So, you’ve trundled along for a few years, perhaps enjoying your racing, perhaps enjoying having a bet, but trying to figure out how you can not only enjoy the sport of kings, but wondering how you can make your betting ludicrously profitable as well.
You know instinctively that there are definitely people in racing who have that bit more knowledge of the formbook than you do yourself. You know that there are definitely those working within racing that are perhaps privilege to a little inside information now and again, when a horse is ‘ready’ and the time is right.
You know that many people with access to all this extra knowledge are able to make more in a single day than you might make in a whole month of slogging away for forty odd hours a week. You know all this is true, but what can you do about it?
It conjures up a picture of a sleazy chap in a dirty raincoat standing in the darkest corner he can find at the racecourse and, grasping a screwed up piece of grubby paper, he approaches passers by with a whisper from the corner of his mouth.
"Pssst! Hey mate. Over here quick! I’ve been given the winner of the next race by the stable lad. It’s yours for a tenner".
Unfortunately, most of these racing tipsters come pretty close to that. There are a few (and it’s actually very few) who can make you a profit. The trouble is how do you know which tipster services are good and which ones are terrible?
How do you choose a service that will offer you value for money for their horse racing tips and make you considerable profits?
Well a small clue is that nobody I know who is offering a genuine racing advisory service would ever dream of calling themselves a tipster for a start!
Let’s face it, you want advice right? And you want good genuine, honest advice that can make you serious money.
A tip is the place that people, including ‘tipsters’ dump their rubbish, and that’s the best place for the majority of useless recommendations from most ‘tipsters’!
A straight talking, no nonsense ‘horse racing tips’ service that will be honest with you and not try to baffle you with the usual ‘smoke and mirrors’ approach….
Let’s be honest here. Any Tom, Dick or Wendy can throw up a website, invent a load of completely fabricated results and drag in a few poor unsuspecting members.
That’s easy, right? They won’t keep those members long though, once they run up a high double figure number of losers on the trot. These scamsters do nothing but take advantage of people and then move on to the next poor (and soon to be poorer) sap.
The trouble is, that these scam artists make it very difficult for those of us offering a genuine service for horse racing tips.
I mean, how do you know I’m not just another rip-off merchant? I’m not famous. Nobody outside my private service gets to hear of our successes. I don’t advertise our private results in the racing press, in fact the only results you’ll ever get to know about are the ones you experience yourself after you have joined.
The real answer to that is, I don’t know. I guess you just have to make a judgement call. You have to decide whether the cost of trying out our private horse racing tips service is something you are prepared to write off if I turn out to be one of those scam artists mentioned above.
As I say, it has to be a judgement you can only make yourself. We’re all grown-ups after all. The one thing I will say is that if the cost of trying our service is going to stretch your personal finances in any way whatsoever, then please don’t join.
If you can’t afford to join our service and the ongoing costs, then you certainly can’t afford to spend anything at all on betting.
All I can promise you is that once you have joined, The Private Racing Group, you will receive a straightforward and honest service and access into my group of private members receiving my private horse racing tips.
My private members then have access to all the bets I am having myself throughout the year. This would usually amount to around perhaps 25 to 30 bets in any one year. It doesn’t sound that many bets in a whole year, does it?
Actually 25 to 30 quality bets a year is all I want or need. I want the wheat sorted from the chaff, and to only invest when I have the best chance of returning a profit on my investment. That’s what my members want from me as well.
I don’t even care what the odds are, and in 2016 and this year so far, they have ranged from evens to 25/1.
What I care about is that as many of the imponderables have been removed as is possible. As much in our favour as is possible, whilst accepting that things can still go wrong during a race.
These investments returned very decent profits and we have once again got off to a good year with winners at 9/2, 11/2, 14/1 & 7/1.
When you join my service, the first few bets may win. They may all lose. Or more likely there will be a combination of winners and losers.
You may join my private horse racing tips service and find that you don’t receive your first bet from me for two or three weeks, or you may join and receive a bet the day after you join.
This will depend on all the relevant pieces having fallen into place, i.e. current and previous form analysis of our horse and its’ competition in the race, going, track, distance, coupled with any confirmed horse racing tips and information from informed sources…