Wouldn’t that be nice?
Unfortunately, there’s not enough four leaf clovers and lucky horse shoes in the world for that to happen.
But it’s not all doom and gloom.
It’s still possible to beat the bookies without lady luck on your side.
You just have to win more than you lose.
I know… I know…
Easier said than done. Right?
Yes, but there are select number of shrewd punters that manage to do just that.
So how do they do it, and what is their secret to betting success?
There’s no secret really.
They just spend a lot of time and have put in a lot of hard work analysing races over the years, to the point where they can judge, with a reasonable degree of accuracy, a horses chances of winning a race.
They can then take a look at the betting odds, and see if the odds on offers are higher than they think the horses chances of winning suggests they should be.
If the odds are higher, they will bet. If the odds are the same or lower than what the bettor thinks they ought to be, they won’t bet.
Not every bet they place is going to win.
But the bettor will make a profit in the long run, so long as they continue to bet on horses who they think have a greater chance of winning than their odds would suggest, and so long as the bettors judgement is accurate enough.
Most people don’t have the time to spend developing their judgement of a horse racing to the level required to be a profitable bettor.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t make profit from your betting.
All it means is you will have to employ the help of one of those shrewd bettors to share his profitable selections with you.
In other words, a horse racing tipster.
Picking the right horse racing tipster can be a tricky business. There is seemingly thousands of “so called tipsters” trying to flog their tips online, and frankly, most of them are pretty rubbish.
This can make finding a decent tipster like searching for a needle in a haystack.
So what qualities you should be looking for when you’re picking a horse racing tipster to follow?
The ideal horse racing tipster would have the following qualities:
- They would have results showing that they have been profitable over a period of at least 6 months. (ideally longer)
- Those results would have been independently verified by a third party/reviewer to indicate that they are accurate.
- They would also NOT be using a dodgy staking plan to inflate their results and make their tips look more profitable than they really are.
- They would send out their tips at a time that you will be available to place the bets they have advised.
So, Who Is The Best Horse Racing Tipster?
I could not recommend any single tipster as being the best, as a lot of what determines that will come down to personal preference.
I can however recommend the various tipsters that I follow.
All the tipsters I follow meet the minimum requirements listed above. (Although the time that you’re available to bet on their tips may differ.)
You can view all the tipsters I currently use, along with their latest results at the following link.
Take a look and see if you find one you like.
Until next time,