Avoid the Royal Wedding with these weekend bets…

I don’t know about you, but I will be trying to avoid coverage of the marriage between (suspiciously) ginger Harry and Meghan Sparkle. I did place a bet on Arsene Wenger to take Meghan Sparkle down the aisle (seeing as he has some time on his hands this Saturday), but...

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Try out the market reader strategy

Did you try your hand at market reading from last week’s eletter? If not, and you’re still unsure, you can paper trade. Go to www.racingpost.com, Cards, Today’s Cards and ‘Show all racecards for this meeting on one page’. Once you have done that, either take a...

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Apply this strategy to the racing this weekend…

I would like to follow on from last Friday’s eletter with an example of race reading which can be applied to those races this Flat season where form is limited (two-year-old horse races, typically). This is a Novice race. We have the Betting Forecast at the base of...

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Solving the two-year-old puzzle…

The Flat season is distinct from the Jumps season: quite apart from the obvious, with the Flat season, we have the draw bias (www.drawbias.com is a great start here for more info) – wait for the Chester May meeting to see the mother of all draw biases – and we also...

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Lessons from the Grand National!

I thought the Grand National research went rather well. A pity that we got chinned by Davy. Pleasant Company and Milansbar were the two placed horses. Pleasant Company was majestic throughout the Grand National. From the get-go, the horse was up the front, jumping...

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It’s Grand National time!

There’s only one race on everyone’s mind this weekend, and that’s the Grand National. Yes, that sure-thing betting medium that is a 30-fence, 40-runner, 4-mile Handicap Chase. The sure way to riches… not! I cannot leave this eletter, surely, without a look at this...

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Welcome to the worlds of golf and tennis

The Masters Golf has begun in Augusta. How are the selections progressing? I decided to avoid Tiger Woods. I only wish I had layed Tiger. He is out to odds of 48. Jordan Spieth’s odds are as low as 3.2 and we are only half way through the Masters. Cash out now if you...

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Think each-way betting on the golf…

FORE! That’s the word that tends to accompany any shot I do on the golf course. Don’t watch me play golf please. It is actually less painful to visit a dentist for a root canal. I mention golf because the Masters at Augusta begins this week, from the 5th to the...

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It looks like a spring and summer of betting fun!

That’s Cheltenham done for another year. The Betting Doctor came out good on the Friday with a 1-2 in the Gold Cup and around an 11 points profit for the festival. Superb stuff, considering he did all of his form research in February’s edition of What Really Wins...

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All roads point to Cheltenham

Just ticking off my to-do list… Guinness in fridge. Additional postal staff employed to deal with the deluge of birthday wishes for 13th Cheltenham tactics sorted out. The 13th March sees the start of the four-day Cheltenham Festival and the first puzzler will be...

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The best way to attack the Cheltenham Festival…

I gave you a D.I.Y approach to the Cheltenham Festival in last week’s eletter. Keep it to hand and pounce when the race cards are finalised. The first day of the festival is a momentous day, not just for racing, but the whole world in general. It is, of course, my...

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All roads lead to Cheltenham…

The February edition of What Really Wins Money will be winging its way to readers this month, and is a Cheltenham Special! This week is D.I.Y week. If you want to do some detective work (once the Cheltenham race cards have been finalised), then the best way to start...

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That’s Cheltenham sorted!

Cheltenham sorted? But it’s not even Valentine’s Day! I am referring to February’s edition of What Really Wins Money, which I’ve just edited. February’s newsletter is traditionally a Cheltenham Special. We’ve got the Betting Doctor himself, Andrew David, who provides...

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Did you successfully lay the first-set winner?

The first tennis grand slam tournament of the year is over and Wonder Woman Wozza, better known as Caroline Wozniacki, won the final in Australia. I hope you took my tip on board – to lay the first-set winner. The final went to three sets. What did we learn from the...

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Gotta love a bit a Wozza!

I wrote the last eletter about the upcoming Australian Open, and I have been diligently following, betting and trading in the Aussie Open this week. Yes, a midnight start is a little taxing, but boy have there been some superb examples showing the points I made in the...

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