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  • Mar- 2018 -
    30 March

    Ready, Steady, WIN!

    Good morning folks, Are you ready for some PROFITABLE betting today? We are – because we’re aiming to smash it at Finals Day. Finals Day, as you doubtless know, is the biggest day in All Weather Racing. And the culmination of the All-Weather Championships at Lingfield. Plus, a superb place to make a very decent amount of money. Which is…

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  • 26 March

    Three Big Price Runners to Trouble Grand National Favourite Blaklion

    This year’s Grand National betting is taking shape and Blaklion remains at the head of the field as we approach the business end of preparations. Representing the Nigel Twiston-Davies yard, the talented nine-year-old has been the shortest price since the book went up, but does he deserve to be? There are some serious question marks hanging over the bay gelding…

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  • 24 March

    Trends… Do They Really Work?

    If you’ve ever bet at a festival, then you’ll know that almost everybody uses trends from previous races to decide whether a horse is likely to win or not. But here’s the weird thing… Most people don’t use trends in their day-to-day betting. If you’re not prepared to use trends in your day-to-day betting then why would you suddenly think…

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  • 24 March

    Is it worth your while following trends

    There is a stark difference between horse racing betting systems and trends. With systems, you’re following a set of data in a bid to find winners. I have written dozens of articles for Race Advisor that offer readers an insight into different betting systems to see if they have the potential for profit. A recent example was the ‘Nowhere Fourth’…

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  • 21 March
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    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Well, that’s another Cheltenham Festival done and dusted. Still jumps racing hits the accelerator button in the next month or so with the Aintree Festival and of course with it the Grand National. There is the Irish & Scottish Grand National’s, throw in the Punchestown Festival at the end of April and jumps fans have plenty to look forward to.…

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  • 20 March

    Is horse racing fixed?

    It’s only in comparatively recent years that the perception of horse racing being a fixed sport has started to change. Even though the perception is changing, in a recent survey 49% of people still thought that there was corruption in racing. So what’s the truth? Here at the Race Advisor’s headquarters, we’ve all got different opinions based on our own…

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  • 17 March

    Want £20,000 for one days work?

    That’s exactly what happened to Colin, a member of VDW Maximiser, this Thursday. Imagine waking up £20,000 richer, all from a £50 bet? Would feel pretty damn good, wouldn’t it 😉 How did he do it? By following the lowest scoring VDW horses and placing a £50 win double bet on them. Easy. Want access to the software that Colin…

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  • 17 March

    The fix is in. How can you spot a dodgy race and avoid betting on it?

    It would be naïve in the extreme to suggest that the Sport of Kings is purer than the driven snow. Over the last few decades, there have been numerous scandals involving trainers, owners, jockeys, and bookmakers. One of the most notorious instances of alleged race fixing involved six-time Champion Jockey, Kieran Fallon. He was arrested in September 2004 on suspicion…

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  • 13 March

    Cheltenham

    Bookmakers tend to enjoy the unpredictability of major festivals such as Cheltenham, Newmarket, and Aintree. With so many world-class horses facing off against one another, it can be a nightmare to choose a potential winner. Occasionally, such as the Cheltenham Festival in 2017, a significant number of favourites win and give the bookies a much-needed bloody nose. When it comes…

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  • 10 March

    Wooohooo, it’s nearly here :D

    In just three days we’ll be enjoying one of the best racing festivals in the world at Cheltenham. Eddie’s going to be analysing every day of the festival to find the strongest runners with the highest chance of winning. Using a combination of trends like… 17 of the last 19 winners had won on their previous outing prior to the festival……

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  • 7 March
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    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    A lack of recent horse racing on the grass and the fact that I have taken a break to concentrate on the upcoming Cheltenham Festival. All means that this week’s article is slightly different, as there are no horses for your trackers this week. That said there is plenty look at with the next week or so in mind. As…

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  • 6 March

    Fancy a 99.74% ROI?

    A gelding is a male horse that has been castrated. Gelding a horse is supposed to make horses easier to handle, and they usually have little or no interest in mares. Therefore… a gelding should be more focused and not think about the opposite sex; at least that’s what some punters think. However, a gelded horse will have its speed…

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  • 5 March

    Henderson Holds All the Aces Going Into the Cheltenham Festival

    “Nicky Henderson” by Carine06 (CC BY-SA 2.0) As the Cheltenham Festival approaches and the ante-post betting markets settle down, it appears that Nicky Henderson is the man currently holding all the aces. The British-based trainer has many chances of success, including the favourites in three of the four championship races that take place at the festival. He heads to the four-day…

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  • 5 March

    First Run Since Gelded: How Do These Horses Perform?

    A gelding is a male horse that has been castrated. Gelding is supposed to make horses easier to handle, and they usually have little or no interest in mares. Therefore, a gelding should be more focused and not think about the opposite sex; at least that’s what some punters think. However, a gelded horse will have its speed and consistency…

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  • Feb- 2018 -
    28 February

    Should you focus on specific yards in the lead up to major events?

    Bookmakers tend to enjoy the unpredictability of major festivals such as Cheltenham, Newmarket, and Aintree. With so many world-class horses facing off against one another, it can be a nightmare to choose a potential winner. Occasionally, such as the Cheltenham Festival in 2017, a significant number of favourites win and give the bookies a much-needed bloody nose. When it comes…

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  • 21 February

    February’s finest NH performers

    We are approaching the business end of the National Hunt season as it gets closer to the two main festivals; Cheltenham in March and Aintree in April. By the time February rolls around, all eyes are firmly on the massive meeting at Cheltenham the following month where the Gold Cup and several other Grade 1 races take place. February can…

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  • 20 February

    You said it, we listened, here it is…

    Over the last couple of months, we’ve been listening to you tell us that you get too many emails from the Race Advisor. Which is why, starting today, this newsletter will become a bi-weekly email! Every Tuesday and Saturday you’ll get an email packed with free race analysis, previews, strategies, staking, tips and stats. If you have any questions about…

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  • 19 February

    Blackmail at McDonald’s!

    I was in the Drive-Thru bit of McDonald’s the other day. I know – healthy, right? And the guys in the car in front of me hit on a bizarre bit of blackmail. Basically, they told the server they wouldn’t move their car unless they got some extras. Extra food, drinks and so on. And I was stuck behind them. There…

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  • 17 February

    Battling the hairdresser…

    I got my hair cut yesterday – I went along, sat down and prepared to do battle. The battle of the small conversation. For example, they always seem to ask where I’m going on holiday. It’s a question literally no one else ever asks, but hairdressers appear to be obsessed with the subject. I guess it’s page one, paragraph one…

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  • 17 February

    Blaklion Can Win The Trial And National

    Saturday’s Haydock Grand National Trial is something of a misnomer because the last horse to win both races was Party Politics in 1993. Even that wasn’t a true trial because the horse won the National the previous year. Since 2003 no winner has even been placed in the most famous steeplechase in the world. It’s a strange fact that Red…

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