Fancy a flutter at St Ledger?

Welcome from Manly, Australia! I am attending my sister’s wedding with the family. I have not seen any koalas or kangaroos just yet. It is St Ledger weekend at Doncaster. With the season Aidan O’Brien is having, I feel his horses are the first stop for the shortlist....

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What’s in this month’s WRWM newsletter?

The start of a new month means the construction of the next What Really Wins Money newsletter, so I thought I’d give you a glimpse into the types of topics I cover in September’s newsletter. With the US Open tennis finalising, I thought I would take a look at...

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How to profit from the fight of the decade…

No, my girlfriend is not going to bash me with her handbag after finding my collection of Rachel Riley from Countdown memorabilia, I am of course talking about Mayweather vs McGregor. The betting markets are rife with opportunities and are totally one-sided. The...

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What a wash out at Goodwood!

My Market Movers concept began well on Twitter @whatreallywins for Goodwood and Galway, with a nice 20/1 winner on the first day. On the second day, we hit a biggie with El Astronaute paying out a total of just over 50/1, when accounting for the 10/1 pay-out for just...

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Are you ready for this bumper week of racing?

I feel like I’ve done 10 rounds with Mike Tyson – after doing 10 rounds with Shane McGowan and Oliver Reed! Yes, trips to the dentist can make me make feel this way, as would (I suppose) a few days at the upcoming Galway Festival. It’s a bumper week of racing, with...

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Is 11 August in your diary?

I was just getting warmed up last week when I ran out of Market Mover races to tweet to you. A 15/1 Betfair SP winner and a 10/1 nose-second were the highlights last week. I am convinced these Market Mover strategies work in better qualifying races. I’ll put forward...

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Profit from the posh races!

Where’s my fancy suit and clean underwear? Have you seen the race cards tomorrow? Listed races and group races at Newmarket, Ascot, Chester, York and the Curragh. I’d better take my bi-yearly shower, find a crisp suit and iron my undercrackers. Got to look your best...

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Introducing the pig’s ear strategy!

It has been all Wimbledon this week dominating the sports betting markets. Have you been able to follow some of the matches and employ my ‘wait for a strong favourite to make a complete pig’s ear out of the early part of the match and then back him or her at higher...

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Who should you back at Wimbledon?

I hope you enjoyed the intermittent ‘Market Movers’ coverage for Royal Ascot at my Twitter page @whatreallywins. I hope it advertised the fact that when there is high-class racing, the betting markets become much more ‘readable’ and accurate, because there is so much...

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Can you spot these market movers?

The racing has been dominated by Royal Ascot this week. I hope you have been able to follow me on Twitter @whatreallywins, where I have been working on the market movers strategy I have for big meetings. Yesterday saw an Ascot largely dominated by the market leaders....

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Are you ready for Royal Ascot?

I have had my nose hairs plucked and the hair removed from my ears in preparation for Royal Ascot this upcoming week. One has to look one’s best, doesn’t one, now? Your first port of call for an assault on Ascot should be free micro sites such as...

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How to profit from this year-long trading angle

“Bonjour Rodders!” The French Open Tennis begins next week. Are you familiar with how to profit from tennis? I do offer a tennis trading service for members of www.drt.club but have shared with you plenty of tennis tips and tricks in e-letters past. I’ll give you a...

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Do you ever get that ‘A-ha!’ moment?

Well, we had two placed horses in the 1000 Guineas and 2000 Guineas, with Barney Roy the nearest winner. It turned into an Aidan O’Brien love-in again. I wrote recently about the draw bias on the Flat. Did you notice the draw bias at Chester this week? Look at the...

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