The Betting School Insiders Club was established in May 2005 by Darren Power.
The team quickly expanded as subscriptions from members were re-invested into recruiting expertise from the small pool of successful bettors that were prepared to share their expertise.
A key to this continuous growth was the recruitment of a full time Editor in 2007.
The current team includes the following regular contributors as well as occasional input from experts in other sports and disciplines as the seasons change.
Steve Carter (Editor)
Steve has relied on his betting skills and knowledge as his main source of income for the past 9+ years. He specialises in horse racing and football betting/trading and knows what it takes to make a living from betting.
– Co author of Profitable Trainer Trends and The Ultimate All Weather Report, Mark is a methodical researcher of key trends and statistics from the UK horse racing scene. A successful Punter and a man in the know!
Dr Nick Hardman –
Nick is our big race expert.
He produces our race profiles for top class racing that feature in the members report.
And on race-day assess the field and shares the selections that have produced all the profit shown at the top of this page.
Rory Delargy –
Timeform short comment writer & occasional Timeform Radio pundit.
Rory has joined the Betting School Insiders team along with his colleague David Massey (Will Hill Radio contributor) to share a series of articles outlining their keys to betting success.
David Massey –
The Principle of a Private Paddock Watching service, serving wealthy owners and resident writer at Daily Punt
David shares his winning strategies and horses to follow for the National Hunt summer and winter.
– Mark is a full time Arbitrage Specialist who has been making more than £1,000 per week exploiting bookie rucks for over 10 years.
He regularly shares his strategies, latest angles and experience with Insiders club members.
Josh Wright –
Josh has been a profitable gambler for the past five years and specialises in profiting from trainer habits.
He also profits from horse profiling and pace angles and shares his thoughts and methods with club members.