There Are ‘Tipsters’ & Then There Are Pro-Punters

Sifting through the avalanche of tips can lead you to the real winners

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If there’s one thing you’ll never be short of, it’s horse racing tips.

Tips are everywhere and they come from everyone. Writers, journalists, TV presenters, celebrities, social media lurkers… and now also – for some bizarre reason – bookmakers.

Bookies seem to love giving tips these days. Their Twitter feeds are full of them. Exactly why anybody would take a corporate bookmaker’s advice on which horse to back – when their business model relies on you losing – is completely beyond us. But anyway…

If you look at the credibility of different people giving tips, it’s hard to go past professional punters.

We bang on about our professional punters and analysts, because of that very reason… really, who else would you listen to? These people have years of experience and they have skin in the game: if they can’t pick winners, they don’t eat!

We have a wide range of pro analysts offering their services to our members, but to give people a bit of a taste and hopefully pass on some knowledge, we like to produce big race previews that are available for anyone and everyone to read.

You can jump on the site every week and read them. And they’re proper race previews covering race shape and speed and every contender in the race, along with a verdict.

Here are some comments from just some of this Autumn’s previews. They demonstrate what we’re talking about…

Group 1 Australian Guineas

“I’ve got Mystic Journey on top from Amphitrite and Hawkshot. I think Mystic Journey and Hawkshot represent value, so it looks like a good betting race at this stage.”

Race Result:

Group 1 Black Caviar Lightning Stakes

“My favourite is In Her Time at around $4, Osborne Bulls around $6, then Sunlight at $7 and Graf at $11.”

Race Result:

Group 2 Expressway Stakes

“Despite her Rosehill record, Alizee is clear top pick and I certainly couldn’t bet against her. Not really interested at odds-on, but if the market wanted to risk her on raceday, I’d be interested at around the $2.40 mark. Le Romain and Trapeze Artist are the obvious dangers, with a slight leaning to Le Roman given that Trapeze Artist is likely to peak later in his preparation.”

Race Result:

Group 3 CS Hayes Stakes

“#8 The Inveitable: Tassie Guineas winner last start, was OK there but had to work to get it, smart trainer though and he’s not bringing the horse over for a holiday.”

Race Result:

Our range of tips and ratings memberships cater to the needs of every punter.

Whether it’s Victorian racing, AFL or NRL, or even jumps racing in the UK, we have something for everyone.

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