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Horse Tipsters that I have complied by research and trail and error over the years, only the best get on list
- Outside Edge – is one of the highest Profit Horse Racing Tipsters we have seen and made £4,246.50 PROFIT in the past 6 months.
- Bookies Enemy Service – £1,120.30 in April from £25 stakes
- Quentin Franks Racing Service –Quentin Franks Racing Service generated £39,975.00 in tax-free profit with just £25 stakes since launching his service in July 2014! Surely that’s reason enough If you had followed Quentin Franks Racing for the past 6 months, you’d have made a £2,992.75 PROFIT
- O’Connor Racing – The Professional Horse Racing Tipster Service. £468.89 Average Monthly Profit
- Bet Alchemist -Average Monthly Profit £468.89, ROI 28.8%, Total Profit £5,685
- Three in a Row – Big pay outs, 1 bet a day
- Elite Betting Syndicate – the inside in the stables
- QF Value Tips Service –If you like your well researched horse racing tips in an evening, a good 18+ hours before the race, and with a win rate of 24.53% then hold out your hand,
- RF Racing Tips – Ronan, a full-time professional horse racing tipster and analytical researcher who averages £327 profit per month
- US Racing Expert – New York Tipster with full written analysis on all selections, plus weekly video updates, James will do all he can not just to help you win but to support your betting journey all the way.
- Horse Whisperer Racing Tips
- One Bet Racing
- The V.I.P Service – High Stakes and high Strike rate
- Bob Marley Bets – over £4300 in 4 months
- 6pt Plan – Simply amazing plan
- Nap of the Day – launched 28th March, I am doing a review of them at present
- Value 4 Money Racing Service – a £1000 Starting bank has increased to over £3380 in 6 months
- Pro Gambler Club – solid return on investment for anyone looking to subsidise a second income.
- Fusion Racing – using 3 high speed computers and algorithms
- Tachiniboy – He is one of the best tipster in the county as proven on OLBG
- WorldWide Winners – Started in lockdown profit of £3,086 since July 2020
- Ambrose Mega Tipsters – £729.65 AVG Monthly Profits From £25 Stakes
- Hanbury Racing Tips – 39.50% Return on Investment
Types of Racing
UK Horse Race
- Flat Racing (April-October)
- National Hunt Racing (October-April)
Flat racing is the most common form of racing seen worldwide. Flat racing tracks are typically oval in shape and are generally level, although in Great Britain and Ireland there is much greater variation, including a figure of eight tracks like Windsor and tracks with often severe gradients and changes of camber, such as Epsom Racecourse. Track surfaces vary, with turf most common in Europe and dirt more common in North America and Asia. Newly designed synthetic surfaces, such as Polytrack or Tapeta, are seen at some tracks.
Individual flat races are run over distances ranging from 440 yards (400 m) up to two and a half miles (4 km), with distances between five and twelve furlongs being most common. Short races are generally referred to as “sprints”, while longer races are known as “routes” in the United States or “staying races” in Europe. Although fast acceleration (“a turn of foot”) is usually required to win either type of race, in general sprints are seen as a test of speed, while long-distance races are seen as a test of stamina. The most prestigious flat races in the world, such as the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Melbourne Cup, Japan Cup, Epsom Derby, Kentucky Derby and Dubai World Cup, are run over distances in the middle of this range and are seen as tests of both speed and stamina to some extent.
In the most prestigious races, horses are generally allocated the same weight to carry for fairness, with allowances given to younger horses and female horses running against males. These races are called conditions races and offer the biggest purses. There is another category of races called handicap races where each horse is assigned a different weight to carry based on its ability. Beside the weight they carry, horses’ performance can also be influenced by position relative to the inside barrier (post position), gender, jockey, and training.
Jump (or jumps) racing in Great Britain and Ireland is known as National Hunt racing (although, confusingly, National Hunt racing also includes flat races taking place at jumps meetings; these are known as National Hunt flat races). Jump racing can be subdivided into steeplechasing and hurdling, according to the type and size of obstacles being jumped. The word “steeplechasing” can also refer collectively to any type of jump race in certain racing jurisdictions, particularly in the United States.
Typically, horses progress to bigger obstacles and longer distances as they get older, so that a European jumps horse will tend to start in National Hunt flat races as a juvenile, move on to hurdling after a year or so, and then, if thought capable, move on to steeplechasing.
Credit to Wiki for the above