Selection Line – No More Premium Rate !! Email Selections ONLY

Morning guys,

In response to all the emails I am receiving from people who say they want a fixed cost to receive my selections – I am stopping the telephone service for the Selection Line.

I want to provide you with as much value as possible from my selections and bets and help you build your banks up quickly. I realise that the telephone service was proving expensive for alot of you and that is not my aim.

I already provide an email service for foreign clients and people who can not call the telephone line – I am now offering this service to everyone.

So please contact me on so I can set you up on the email list to receive my selections every day to your inbox. It will be a fixed fee of £80 per month (£20 per week) for this service and will also include my special Epsom and Royal Ascot bets plus some bonus weekend bets over the coming months.

As this weeks +50 pts profit has shown – it is fantastic value and the information I get is 2nd to non in this business.

Have a great bank holiday weekend.


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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 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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