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I set up What Really Wins Money to help like-minded bettors hone their skills and increase their profits.
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Third Party Systems and Tipster Reviews
NW Sports Racing Service Review
Now here’s a tipping service with a difference! Neil Stevens-Wood’s NW Sports Racing Service is not like other typical tipster services, in that it provides you with a lot more in your daily email than just a handful...Read Review
Premier Grand Service review
Perpetual Publications Ltd is owned by three self-styled ‘old school’ bettors, who reportedly together ‘have been backing horses, and publishing racing material not available elsewhere and educating clients, since 1993’. They offer a ‘Lazy Punters Black Book’, which ‘offered our...Read Review
The Hybrid Racing System Review
Compare the website for Paul Bell’s Hybrid Racing System to all the ten-a-penny-largely-tosh products and systems that are rammed down your throat on sales-pages that sell through ClickBank. The Hybrid Racing System is sheer professionalism and is presented to...Read Review
Profit at the Races
This service, found at http://www.profitattheraces.co.uk, ticks all of the boxes. We have that archive of results I crave, in this case going back to 2008. Although I am not so sure that this service has been running since 2008. Why...Read Review
Automatic Winners review
Sixteen. Count them: sixteen! On the sales page for Michael Stevens’ Automatic Winners (a win betting system for horse racing) there are 16 screenshots of various accounts, all pertaining to be ‘proof’ of the ‘98% success rate guaranteed’ success of...Read Review
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From the Bulletin
“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...read more
Hankies at the ready… The football season comes to an end this weekend for the major European leagues. If you are a football bettor or trader, what are your plans for keeping the betting bank afloat over the summer? Tennis, perhaps? For members of www.drt.club, I have...read more
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...read more
Goodness me! There’s some top-class racing this weekend, as Newmarket’s Guineas meeting starts and is matched by some Group 3 races in Leopardstown on Sunday. I do like looking at 10-year trends for these major races. On Saturday we have the 2000 Guineas and here are...read more
I hope you got a chance to try out market reading with Maiden races. Although I must say Punchestown and its drink-as-much-Guinness-as-humanly-possible-without-losing-the-rent-money Festival has prioritised horse racing punters’ minds. I mentioned the draw last week....read more
I do hope you enjoyed the extended Easter break. It was odds-on, I’m afraid, that I would eat at least three quite large chocolate eggs, thus reinforcing my ‘Adonis’-like body. In the world of horse racing, we are heading from the Jumps season and into the Turf Flat...read more