form seminar training

Online Form Seminar

Aaron Barby has an excellent long-term record of finding value runners on all South Australian tracks. The newest addition to the Champion Bets roster recently hosted an online seminar where he detailed his process of doing the form.

Aaron talks about many different aspects of the form including –

  • Exactly what he looks for when it comes to pace or track bias
  • The main things he looks for when doing video replays
  • What it takes for a horse to make it into his blackbook
  • The premise of ‘obviousness vs merit’

Video links

Morphettville Parks 22/7 Race 8
Key runner: In Fairness

Morphettville Parks 22/7 Race 3
Key runner: Vieira

Introducing Barby’s Bets

We’re exceptionally excited to have an expert analyst join us to focus exclusively on South Australian racing which you can now watch anywhere, any time for free. have added full race-day coverage as well as form and video replays going back 3 years. But as a member of the new Barby’s Bets membership you won’t actually need the detailed form, because all of the work is done for you. Just get your bets on in the morning and then watch the races from wherever you are in the afternoon.

Aaron Barby has worked with some of Australia’s biggest and most successful betting syndicates, including 7 years with Humbleton (aka Data Processors). You may not know the company name, but Zjelko Ranogajec is the man behind that operation and its estimated he bets $1 billion annually on Australian horse racing and plenty more elsewhere of course.

Humbleton taught Aaron the importance of ‘advantage’ in pace and bias analysis, amongst many other lessons.

This service offers best bets for every South Australian meeting plus a full set of rated prices, runner comments and speed maps each Saturday.

It is super simple to follow, but we confidently expect will be very profitable.

Aaron made almost 10% Profit on Turnover providing South Australian tips and ratings over a 12 month period for a now defunct tipping website.

We’re rapt to have him on board.