These days there is a huge amount of racing for us punters to tackle thanks to the seemingly ever increasing number of race meetings now taking place. Whether its low grade evening fare at Wolverhampton or the Cheltenham Gold Cup – there has never been more chances for racing fans to have a bet.
Yet does this increase in racing actually benefit us punters?
Or are we simply better off focusing on the higher grade meetings and leaving the low grade stuff behind? Effectively, operating like the Racing Post’s Pricewise tipping service.
They are the questions we recently posed as part of our analysis of a top racing tipster in our latest Tipster Profit Report, where our examination revealed a major profit boost simply by following his tips in the big meetings.
So startling where these findings that if following him in you could make nearly 3 times the percentage gain for around half the work, by betting only during the major racing Festivals and on Saturdays.
His record of a 25.5% ROI from 641 Festival bets alone would put him on a par with the lauded Pricewise service – and if following in, you might well stand a chance of getting the advised odds (something it’s almost impossible to do for Pricewise)
Interested? Thought so…Allow me to reveal more both on this theory of big meeting betting and the tipster in question. Continue reading