Hello, Josh here from Racing To Profit. It’s been a while. Firstly, belated Happy New Year to you and your families. Thank goodness we have horse racing to lift our spirits. In this article I talk about ‘hot form’, what I mean, it’s utility, a few examples and some horses to add to your trackers if you so wish. When… Read More »Hot Hot Hot
How to win at horse racing and betting generally
From the desk of Andrew David If you’re really serious about making betting profits, then don’t overlook the obvious. I recently had an email from a chap I will call ‘Peter’ who was having problems with continuing to bet when he encountered losing runs of 7 or 8 from the strategy he was following. I then asked him what stakes… Read More »How to ‘Carry on Betting’ after losing runs…
Successful betting on racing – or indeed anything – relies on being able to accurately quantify, at least to some degree, the likelihood of something happening. There are myriad ways of doing this and, increasingly, punters are using data and statistics to isolate that most elusive of concepts, value. At the most basic level are entities such as win percentage… Read More »Moving beyond Strike Rates and Profit/Loss
Matt Bisogno, creator of geegeez.co.uk and its premium racing form service, Geegeez Gold writes for us this month. A racing fan for more than 30 years, he has spent half of that time online sharing his experiences with like-minded bettors. The last seven years have been dedicated to creating the most intuitive and powerful set of form tools in Britain… Read More »Betting All Weather Handicaps: Draw and Pace Wins the Race
From the Desk of Andrew David Narrowing the field. Many moons ago when mobile phones were the size of a brick I had regular contact with a pro-gambling friend who specialised in races with small field sizes, usually less than 8 runners. He would then use a process of elimination of each runner based on his own form study to… Read More »Is narrowing the field the route to profits?