[Free Tip] Better Example

The Racing Consultants have two selections today, both at decent prices and I’ve got the first one for you in this mail.

You can get immediate access to the other one and to the selections for the next 30 days for just £19.99 with no repeat payment.


This is what Rory says about Harbour Patrol.

Chepstow 3:25

We’ve been unlucky with Harbour Patrol, who went into the notebook when running well at Musselburgh against a draw/pace bias before blowing the start at Yarmouth (also raced alone), and he showed he was close to a win with an excellent second at Ayr last time. Conditions are ideal here, and he has the speed to make the most of a favourable high draw.

Main danger Magic Journey is stuck on the far side, which could scupper his chance unless the field converges, while Everkyllachy has been well punted but needed the heavy morning rain to miss the track.

Today’s Selection

3.25 Chepstow –  Win Bet –  Harbour Patrol – 11/2 Bet 365

York angle – over 200 points in just under 12 months!

The Weekend Bulletin (Sat 15th July’17)
There was no joy from last weekend’s free tips despite the fact that all 3 went off a lot shorter than the morning prices, so I guess Nick wasn’t alone in thinking they were overpriced.

The brand new Insiders Members Report (Issue 147) was published a short while ago and one of the articles has already piqued the interest of a number of readers. The author Gary Boswell has run a successful tipping service of his own for many years now but has also been an avid fan of Nick Hardman’s Big Race Coverage for over two years and in his piece he highlighted a number of findings that he believes have led to an increase in Nick’s profits.

Now when your starting point is in excess of 1250pts for the 2015/16 campaigns we can understand why so many of Nick’s followers would have stood up and took notice!

The following is just one of the nuggets from Gary’s research:-

Follow me Follow

What’s the best way to follow a tipster? How do you follow yours? Obediently do as you are told and never miss a tip? Of course that’s a proven way to profit if you select someone of the calibre of our very own Nick Hardman. I’ve followed him for two years now and can vouch for the fact that his scores are in the ‘most impressive’ category.

Forecast betting at York:

York had always been a positive track for me to play on and when I started factoring Nick’s picks into my own form study and figures, I immediately started improving my overall strike rates and profits. So began my theory that Nick does score consistently better at some tracks over others. Two of my bogey tracks – Musselburgh and Newbury – are also two that Nick has been less successful at in my two year watch.

Another track Nick scores well on is Leopardstown and most significantly for me, Chester which is a track I lived next door to for six years and another of my positive experience tracks to which Nick has added further profit optimization when his picks were added into my figures.

That forms another filter that I’ll come to in a moment because as all this was crystallizing in my mind and forming into the filters I have now been following for nearly 12 months, Nick banged in the first and second in the 2016 Ebor at York from just two selections.

I cannot overemphasize the enormity of this achievement. I’ve always liked the value of a CSF – especially in big field races – where I have a strong view or source and here was a tipster I was already realising had what it takes giving me one that paid over 100/1 on the Betfair exchange.

What’s more, Nick has done it twice more in the past year including one today as I write. Golden Apollo and The Wagon Wheel paid over £110 to a £6 stake (three selections) in the Macmillan Handicap sprint (17/6/17) bringing my plus figure using this filter to over 200 points in just under 12 months. Most crucially for me, it has kept stakes low and achieved an ROI of nearly 500%. 12 months is early days perhaps but that is what I call a system!

You can read Gary’s complete research article and a whole lot more by grabbing a copy of the Betting Insiders Club Members Report here. http://bettinginsiders.com

Click here to read on and find out what has caught the eye of Nick Hardman for the coming weekend. By the way there is a cracking meeting at York on Saturday which features the 20 runner John Smiths Handicap, just the type of food and drink that Nick relishes, you can find out how to get your hands on his Big Race selections here.

Nick Hardman’s Big Race Selections – Sat 15th July’17
York 3.05pm
Another good trends race and we have 4 qualifiers in Victory Bond, Ballet Concerto, Sixties Groove and Scarlet Dragon. Victory Bond represents William Haggas who has won this twice recently and is 12-38 with his runners in the last fortnight. I also like Scarlet Dragon at an each way price. Sixties Groove ran well at Royal Ascot and completes the shortlist. The one I am passing over is Ballet Concerto who may not be crying out for a step up in trip given his best form is all over a mile. I hope he does not prove me wrong.
Sixties Groove @7/1
Victory Bond @8/1
Scarlet Dragon @14/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places)

Together We Can Win
Darren & Steve

Hot off the Press Insiders Report

The Weekend Bulletin (Sat 8th July’17)
Last time around we shared a sample of our Big Race Guru, Nick Hardman’s, selections for the Northumberland plate up at Newcastle and Flymetothestars fared best of the duo. The Sir Mark Prescott trained 4yo was heavily backed to follow up his lto win from 9lb higher and almost pullet it off. He reached a close third after attempting to come between rivals over 2f out and most likely had used up plenty of nervous energy in racing too freely down the back straight.

It didn’t take Nick’s followers long to find ample compensation though as a bumper Sunday provided profits in excess of 40pts on the back of wins for Tithonus (adv e/w 25/1) & Tempestatefloresco (adv win 12/1).

You can find out more about Nick’s Big Race methods via this interesting video.

A little later on we will dip into Nick’s weekend coverage with a sample of free selections, but just before we move on we have a quick update on the Betting Insiders latest news.

Betting Insiders News
Hot off the press the brand new Insiders Report (Issue 147) is winging its way to our members and the 52 page edition comes in a handy (and very collectable with a smart binder) A5 format.

This time around we have extensive coverage of the 5 day festival at Glorious Goodwood with a cracking combi of Mr Hardman’s key stats and trends along with Alan Dudman’s (betting.betfair) review and long range value bets.

The other key horse racing article is an “out of the box” piece on a specific bunch of jockeys that have performed well over a particular Course & Distance.

There is also a thought provoking piece from Gary B who has been an avid follower of Nick’s Big Race coverage for 2 years and he believes he has uncovered a couple of angles that can boost the profits even further as well as his take of a certain Hugh Taylor’s tips.

The horse racing coverage is the cornerstone of the report but there is also plenty of other interesting content on football punting, arbitrage and the latest news from our diligent team of commercially sold products and services.

We firmly believe that this report will arm the readers with numerous new insights and fresh angles that can be a positive aid in their on-going battle with the bookies and those sharp minds on the exchanges.

Betting Insider Club members get access to this level of content every month and along with a friendly community/forum and of course Nick Hardman’s profitable big race tips the package really does provide them with the tools to make their betting pay! If you’re not getting the level of return from your current punting then make a positive change and check out the Betting Insiders Club here.

Click here to read on and find out what has caught the eye of Nick Hardman for the coming weekend.

Nick Hardman’s Big Race Selections – Sat 8th July’17
Haydock 3.15pm
Quite a good trends race and we have just three qualifiers.
Toulson @16/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places)
Big Country @7/1
Euchen Glen @25/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places)

Together We Can Win
Darren & Steve

Free Northumberland Plate tips!

The Weekend Bulletin (Sat 1st July’17)

Last time around we shared our Big Race Guru, Nick Hardman’s, key trends and final selections for the Wokingham Stakes from Royal Ascot. As competitive as ever, there was a pretty even split into two groups and it was those far side who held the advantage, with the winner, Out Do, coming from stall one. Nick made a solid case for Projection and the horse was well backed and ‘won’ the race stands’ side but had to settle for third place. Of the other two picks that ran it was Danzeno (adv EW 22/1, 5 places) that saved the day in grabbing 5th place and the place returns covered the overall stakes on the race.

You can find out more about Nick’s Big Race methods via this interesting video.

A little later on we will have some free tips from Nick’s weekend coverage, but just before we move on to those we have a quick update on the Betting Insiders latest news:-

Betting Insiders News

As part of the comprehensive Club package members receive a monthly 52 page report which is crammed with new ideas and strategies devised by a team of industry renowned contributors. Of course the main coverage focuses on horse racing but to complement that we also cover football and other popular punting sports such as tennis.

In the current report (Issue 146) Gary Boswell shared his thoughts on the best value bets for the Wimbledon Ladies Grand Slam for which the qualifying rounds are underway. The following is what he had to say about the current 5/1 favourite for the outright winner. Bear in mind that the original article was in the hands of the members close to three weeks ago…..

“Which leaves me with my fifth and final selection for the ante-post portfolio in 2017.

Twice champion Petra Kvitova at a really rather remarkable 16/1 as I write. Take anything over 10/1 you get offered. She hasn’t played yet in 2017 and does have question marks after her recent disturbances. Is on the list at Roland Garros however which I expect her to use as her preparation for the 2017 grass court season.

She is another hardcore grass court specialist. Perfect physique and big lefty serve so that many games in her two winning Wimbledon campaigns were fairly uncompetitive. Potentially unplayable at her best on grass. Faced Serena here twice in 2010 and 2012 and lost both but I might back her if she faced her now. Won the in between year in 2011 as a betting outsider and won as favourite in 2014.

Her game on grass has matured. Just her motivation that you could now question but at 16/1, nothing if not value and in my book, the favourite in a Serenaless year.”

Betting Insider Club members get access to this level of content every month and along with a friendly community/forum and of course Nick Hardman’s profitable big race tips the package really does arm them with the tools to make their betting pay! If your not getting the level of return from your current punting then make a positive change and check out the Betting Insiders Club here.

Click here to read on and find out what has caught the eye of Nick Hardman for the coming weekend.

Nick Hardman’s Big Race Selections – Sat 1st July’17
Newcastle 3.30pm
Even though this race has switched from turf to the AW there are plenty of strong trends and the top two in the market tick all the boxes.
Flymetothestars @5/1
Seamour @6/1

Together We Can Win

Darren & Steve

Wokingham Stakes – key trends & free tips

The Weekend Bulletin (Sat 24th June’17)
Royal Ascot has provided plenty of excitement mixed in with a few shocks such as the Aiden O’Brien hotpots Churchill and Order of St George getting turned over. Betting Insiders members have access to Big Race Guru Nick Hardman’s selections and at the time of penning this they are plenty of points ahead after the first 3 days.

Fair to say that it has been a tough meeting to fathom but given the quality of the runners in every single race that has to be expected. Nick’s picks have delivered a mix of big priced placers to keep things ticking over and also landed a very handy 25/1 winner with Zhui Feng in Wednesday’s Royal Hunt Cup!

For the current Members Report Nick contributed a comprehensive piece covering the key trends for a number of the feature races at the Royal meeting and each day he uses these as the start point for his deliberations. Below is the summary behind his selections for the aforementioned Royal Hunt Cup:-

Weds – Ascot 5.00pm
One from the Insiders Report and the trends qualifiers are Fastnet Tempest, Cote D’Azur and GK Chesterton. I will also throw in Zhui Feng who only falls down on one stat and has often run well in these big field handicaps. A few bookies go 6 places

You can find out more about his Big Race method via this interesting video.

Saturday sees the conclusion of this year’s Royal Ascot and the penultimate race of the meeting is the 6f cavalry charge known as the Wokingham Stakes and the following are Nick’s key trends.

The Wokingham Stakes (6f handicap for 3yo+)
Like many of the handicap races at the Royal Meeting, it usually attracts a bumper field, close to 30 runners. John Berry trained the winner twice with Selhurstpark Flyer in 1998 and 1999 but since then no one has repeated that feat. One interesting fact about this race is that there was a dead heat in 2003 when Fayr Jag and Ratio both passed the line together.

All bar one of the winners since 1999 finished in the top six last time out. Those that did not are 1-178. Sixteen of the last twenty finished first or second on their last start, so look for a horse in form.

Favourites have done quite well with four successful jollies in the last fifteen years, most recently Laddies Poker Two in 2010. Those to the fore in the betting do produce the majority of winners with 17 of the last 20 winners coming from the top 8 in the market.

We do get some big priced winners in this race so again do not be afraid of taking one at fairly large odds. Dandy Boy returned an SP of 33/1 in 2012, Big Timer won at 20/1 in 2008 and Dark Missile was victorious at 22/1 in 2007).

It might also pay to look at those at the head of the handicap. The last 5 winners were all rated 100+ and since the turn of the millennium we have had just two winners rated below 95. 4yo and 5yo runners dominate with all bar 2 of the last 18 winners coming from those two age groups.

Two horses have won this on their seasonal reappearance from just 20 that have tried. Horses having had a busy campaign have the worst record and those with more than 4 runs in the season are 0-68 and that might just help strike a line through a few in the field.

Finally, look for a horse that has already won over 6f as these types have been successful in 16 of the last 20 renewals. Interestingly, 12 of the 20 winners since 1997 had also won over further at either 7f or 1 mile.

They do not come much tougher than this race but the trends did pinpoint 2014 winner Baccarat and let’s hope for more of the same this year.

• Top 6 finish LTO (preferably 1st or 2nd LTO)
• Top 8 in the betting
• Aged 4yo or 5yo
• Rated 95+
• No more than 4 runs in the current season
• Won over 6f (preferably over further too)
• Carrying 8st 11lbs or more

Click here to read on and find Nick’s Wokingham Stakes picks.

Nick Hardman’s Big Race Selections – Sat 24th June’17
One from the Insiders Report and the trends point to Projection. Danzeno has run 16 times over 6f and only finished out of the places on four occasions. His form on his second start back from a break reads 12312 and he looks well treated if coming back to his best. Also interesting is Donjuan Triumphant who has a victory over Signs Of A Blessing on his CV when trained by Richard Fahey. He is another that could go well if back to form. Intisaab has twice run well here and appears to still be in form. He has also won over further which is a feature of quite a few previous winners.
Projection @15/2
Donjuan Triumphant @40/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 5 places, BFsb)
Danzeno @22/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 5 places)
Intisaab @28/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 5 places)

Together We Can Win
Darren & Steve