Dear Horse Racing Punter,
If you’ve been been betting for a while, no doubt you’ve come across the hundreds of tipsters,
systems and software programs on the market.
Some are good, some aren’t — but one thing most don’t take into consideration
is that some horses are tuned up to win each day, and some aren’t.
So what does this mean?
What this means is, you can study the form all day long, use the most fancy software program around,
but if the horse you’re on isn’t being put out to win — then you’re wasting your time.
When it comes to horse racing, the reality is this:
Not every runner is actually trying to win!
Some horses are put out just to blow the cobwebs off after an absence… Some horses are knowingly run at the wrong distance… Some horses are knowingly run on the wrong ground… Some jockeys are told to go “easy” on a horse for various reasons… And the list goes on and on…
Some horses are put out just to blow the cobwebs off after an absence…
Some horses are knowingly run at the wrong distance…
Some horses are knowingly run on the wrong ground…
Some jockeys are told to go “easy” on a horse for various reasons…
And the list goes on and on…
Luckily, there is a REAL solution.
Among the mass of data in the horse racing industry each day, there are
a number of “signals” that are there which will tell you if a horse is trying or not.
If you know what these signals are,
you can back the horses which ARE trying for their life…
while the other punters struggle away studying the form, the trends…
and then wonder why their horse finished nowhere.
When you know what the signals are,
you’re one step ahead of the game!
This horse racing formula I’ve developed, not only shows you what the signals are
(that most punters overlook) — it also makes a healthy profit to 1 point level stakes.
Here are some of the recent results, over the last couple of days:
28th October 2011: Temple Lord Won 5-4 28th October 2011: Hunt Ball Won 6-4 29th October 2011: I Shot The Sheriff Won 11-4 29th October 2011: Capone Won 9-2
28th October 2011: Temple Lord Won 5-4
28th October 2011: Hunt Ball Won 6-4
29th October 2011: I Shot The Sheriff Won 11-4
29th October 2011: Capone Won 9-2
No wasting studying the form till your eyes bleed with this formula,
“at a glance” the signals show which horses mean business.
And just as importantly, which ones aren’t.
Backing all the selections to 1 point level stakes,
generates on average 10 points profit per week to 1 point level stakes.
Not only that, around 50% of the bets win.
Pretty good, considering almost all the prices are odds-against.
How much is a method like this worth?
One thing I can guarantee you, is that you’ve never seen anything like this before.
While other punters struggle away with their selections,
you’ll identify the correct horses using the formula,
and nod your head with delight as one horse after another bolts in.
Other punters will wonder why their selections keep losing,
and will be baffled as to how you keep winning time after time.
You will know. They won’t.
This formula could easily be sold at £1,000, possibly even £2,000 to professional punters.
They’re about, they’re there … and they are always looking for an edge in this game.
Luckily, I’m not going to charge anywhere near these prices,
because I want to help the every day joe, people just like you and I.
Professional punters already make enough money from racing, it’s time to level the playing field.
The cost of The Horse Racing Formula is just £29!
Get your copy of The Horse Racing Formula now, and start enjoying winner after winner…
Your time has come!