12.02.10 Results

Well what an end to the week.

1:25 Kempton – Qaspal – 1pt e/w @ 8/1 – WON

1:35 Bangor – My Shamwari – 2pts e/w @ 7/1 – 2nd place

3:50 Bangor – Ya I Know – 1 pt e/w @ 6/1 – WON

And then the 4 lays:

1:25 Kempton – Singapore Reef – ended a distant 7th

4:55 KemptonĀ – Royal Mile – even worse back in 9th

5:15 Wolverhampton – Monte Major – was another selection that shortened and attracted alot of money – so became a non-lay. Again underlining the importance of being able to read the market – I am working on a Video to help those of you that are struggling with this, as I have had a few emails from people who have trouble deciding wether to leave a lay bet when reading the market – my advice is – if in doubt get out – there will always be another day.

7:45 Wolverhampton – Ride A White Swan – Ran a good race and has gone into my little black book for future races – came in 3rd after drifting out most of the day.

So another great day showing a 25 pt profit over all.

I will be reviewing the weeks betting in a seperate post.

Good week.


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Richard has been involved in horse racing for the majority of his life. Born in Yorkshire he was brought up around the Northern tracks and has been a Professional punter, form student and race analyst for the past 20 years. Richard's passion for racing and betting is infectious and his innovation in profitable racing systems around backing, laying, dutching and trading on horse racing will help anyone develop a profitable betting strategy. He is responsible for The Scout Tips in the Daily Express and generates the ratings for use in the Daily Star racing pages. He set up RacingProfits.net in 2009 as his personal horse racing blog and also the Managing Director of Racing Profits Guides Ltd running a network of 14 racecourse guide websites and 75 associated social media channels. He is based at the RPG offices at Lincoln University. You could not find a better mentor to help you make money from your betting on horse racing in the UK.

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