THIS WEEKS ALL WEATHER FIXTURES - 26th March KEMPTON PARK- 27th March WOLVERHAMPTON- 29th March WOLVERHAMPTON - 30th March LINGFIELD PARK, KEMPTON PARK & SOUTHWELL - 31st March WOLVERHAMPTON & CHELMSFORD CITY - 1ST aPRIL LINGFIELD PARK & WOLVERHAMPTON - 2nd April KEMPTON PARK -

If you take your betting seriously, this is a MUST watch!

A disappointing day yesterday culminating in dropping 3 points. Most disappointing of all being the run of Sparanai. In the run it was hard to differentiate between ‘to free’ and ‘restraint’ and there was a period where I thought it possible that Sparanai would pull Rory Cleary's arms clean off (pictured in 4th). It wasn't until the horse was let down that in the final 2 furlongs that hopes were dashed.  It is a great lesson in life to learn to simply move on and tonight we have more drama at Kempton Park to look forward to.

Last night ended the Racing UK Betting Lab 6 part series and I have to admit I will miss it. As in depth as they have been, still they have only scrapped the surface. I do get the feeling that James Willoughby, a man who I have the utmost respect for, to the point of hanging on every word he speaks, would have liked to have continued each topic well beyond its allotted spot.

If you are not familiar with the series or James Willoughby and you take your betting seriously, it is well worth watching. You don’t need a subscription to watch.

The Betting Lab Week One   Guest – Betting expert Richard Thomas
The Betting Lab Week Two  Betting angles
The Betting Lab Week Three - Richard Hoiles  
The Betting Lab Week Four  - Michael Shinners
The Betting Lab Week Five – Neil Channings
The Betting Lab Week Six (broadcast last night and not yet on the site)
The Betting Lab Bonus – Compiling your own tissue


Each video is around 50 minutes long and needs total concentration ;) enjoy!


Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Thursday, December 11, 2014

If you take your betting seriously, this is a MUST watch!

A disappointing day yesterday culminating in dropping 3 points. Most disappointing of all being the run of Sparanai. In the run it was hard to differentiate between ‘to free’ and ‘restraint’ and there was a period where I thought it possible that Sparanai would pull Rory Cleary's arms clean off (pictured in 4th). It wasn't until the horse was let down that in the final 2 furlongs that hopes were dashed.  It is a great lesson in life to learn to simply move on and tonight we have more drama at Kempton Park to look forward to.

Last night ended the Racing UK Betting Lab 6 part series and I have to admit I will miss it. As in depth as they have been, still they have only scrapped the surface. I do get the feeling that James Willoughby, a man who I have the utmost respect for, to the point of hanging on every word he speaks, would have liked to have continued each topic well beyond its allotted spot.

If you are not familiar with the series or James Willoughby and you take your betting seriously, it is well worth watching. You don’t need a subscription to watch.

The Betting Lab Week One   Guest – Betting expert Richard Thomas
The Betting Lab Week Two  Betting angles
The Betting Lab Week Three - Richard Hoiles  
The Betting Lab Week Four  - Michael Shinners
The Betting Lab Week Five – Neil Channings
The Betting Lab Week Six (broadcast last night and not yet on the site)
The Betting Lab Bonus – Compiling your own tissue


Each video is around 50 minutes long and needs total concentration ;) enjoy!