What do us tipsters do to find your winners? I really cannot speak for other tipsters only just myself. I will run though some of the procedure I tend to follow and generally rarely change those procedures.
I am a former racehorse owner who still has many contacts in the Industry both as friends and professional contacts within some big yards so ‘inside information’ occurs frequently. Not all information actually wins but I look at the make-up of the race and then make up my own mind… just because I am told about a horse doesn’t mean I have to tip it! I back professionally for a living and have been doing so for 30 years approximately.
There are a lot Racing meetings nowadays… too many in my opinion. i have courses I like and courses I hate so I only back at courses I like. There are trainers I never back however strong the advice… two of them have prolific winners but overall I have decided they can run without my stakes riding on their horses… can’t name them but both train up in Yorkshire. Trainers I like are abundant and they provide the bulk of my bets… especially keen on Aidan O’Brien, Charlie Appleby, Said Bin Suroor, Jean Claude Rouget on the flat and King Willie Mullins, Gordon Elliott, Nicky Henderson and Dan Skelton over jumps.
On High Roller I can only tip one horse maximum per day so if I am betting three horses I can only tip clients one of those three so I feel bad if the other two win because I pride myself on my long-term overall performances.
Early in the week I look through advance cards marking races I think may result in a selection… especially Listed plus Group 1, 2 or 3 races. Not always in Great Britain but in Europe as well. Handicaps come later after declarations are made…. but why would you bet in a 18 Runner Handicap when you can wait for more fruitful opportunities? I look for trainers who have two or more entries in a race and see which one’s they decide to run.
Does your selection have a good draw? If it hasn’t then do not back it even if it has best form in the race. I use drawbias.com to check favoured draw positions for all courses in Great Britain. Does your selection like the ground conditions? You need to know your selection will act on the ground… if you are not sure then leave it as there is always another day. Who is the jockey? Is he or she capable of riding my selection how I want? If it’s an apprentice do I want to risk my stake on a rider who is not deemed fully professional even though they get a weight allowance? Does your selection handle the course? Does the selection like to run left handed courses or right handed courses? Is the distance the right one for your selection?
I have touched but a few points of finding the ‘right’ bets and sometimes the ‘inside info’ is very useful… last week my service landed BIG BETS on several occasions…
July 1. Cartmel. SECRET ESCAPE we recommended 5/6 – It WON at 1/3
July 3. Brighton. FITZSIMMONS we recommended 8/11 – It WON at 1/5
July 4. Bellewstown. ARTZiSTIC MELODY we recommended 3/1 – It WON 7/4
Bets like these we KNEW about them and the amount of money to move those prices was huge so the Early Prices at best odds guaranteed paid big dividends.
I hope I have made one point CLEAR and that is my selections ARE VERY HEAVILY BACKED… you need to back the selection URGENTLY or the price will be gone with you cursing in the distance. If you bet at BEST ODDS GUARANTEED you get the price on offer at that time but if price drifts then you get the bigger price. It doesn’t happen too often!
So far in July the High Roller is 10.24 points in profit eg to a £100 per point stake you would win £1,024. Our strike rate is just over 57%. I don’t tip horses I don’t back myself. It costs you £10 for every winner… nothing if it doesn’t win. Max of one selection per day. Follow the link below to join FREE of charge… I have some BIG PUNTS in the next few days.