My name is James Welsh, UK horse racing form expert and betting advisor. I’ve profited from betting in 18 out of last 19 calendar years. I beat the bookie and so can YOU!
I now provide my service for BetFan as The Shrewd Tipster.
I specialise in the flat and all-weather racing. I compile my own unique list of horses to follow then sit and wait for them to appear under the right conditions. Members of the Shrewd Tipster service will be the only punters with access to this potential punting gold mine.
Quality over quantity is my betting mantra and I will be looking to back between 8 and 10 high quality bets a week concentrating on better class races.
I also have an owning interest in several horses and good connections within yards combined with my own knowledge and form reading this creates a potent combination.
All you need to do now is choose a membership level that best suits your time commitment.
Select this link for details of how to join.
My aim is to help you achieve long term profits and enhance your enjoyment from horse-race betting.
If you are going to become a punter, it is necessary to make the distinction between punters who gamble and those who bet. Gambling is playing games of pure chance with no possibility of predicting long-term results. Examples include the National Lottery, Fruit Machines, Casino games etc. Betting is all about odds. Neither bookies nor the punters know the true odds. Bookies are in competition, so their odds on offer differ and the odds can change quickly as punters place their bets. If you are a Gambler please leave now, you might want to head to your nearest betting shop as these places have now become nothing more than amusement arcades.
If you want to become a more professional bettor and learn how to beat the bookie on a long term basis then read on. Horseracing gives us the opportunity to assess the odds on offer and make an accurate assessment of the risk and return equation and only bet when the return or the likelihood of success is particularly attractive. There is now a vast amount of information available to computer literate punters from which to assess the risk element. We can use previous results, statistics, trends etc, to enable us to ascertain which variables work at influencing the results of races. These variables can then be applied to future races.
I am running this year’s Great Scottish Run Half Marathon in Glasgow on Sunday 1st October on behalf of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, their aim is to find a cure for this devastating neurological condition. Please sponsor me by selecting the link below: