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Trainer Systems

Today’s selection comes from a micro system that I’ve been following live since February 2013 and since that time it’s made a steady 33% return on investment.

The system is dead simple and I’ve mentioned the rules on here a few times before, but what I don’t think I told you is where I got the system!

It was originally told to me by Ed Turner who is the brains behind the Winning Trends service.

This is a service that runs a collection of trainer based systems and emails the selections to their clients each day.

Winning Trends is a flat racing service and is already 16 points up since it kicked off for the year on March 28th and it’s an excellent example of how systems betting can be very profitable when done right!

If you visit the website there is a video that tells you how to improve any system and there is also a free system for every body that watches. Reading


Bargain of the Century

It’s not often that I get a complaint telling me off for not being pushy enough with a recommendation.

But that’s the gist of a message I got this weekend from a guy called Gerry!

So I’m going to correct that today by telling you in more detail why you should join the Betting School Insiders Club.

Club Portfolio – Every day the club Editor Steve Carter mails out selections from the clubs portfolio of micro systems. + 57 points for the current portfolio year 14/15.

Nick Hardman – Nick who writes for us every Friday is the Big Race Trends correspondent at the Insiders Club. Every week he posts up his analysis of top class racing.

Last week he looked at every Aintree race and made a 13.75 points profit.

Tipster Proofing  (Luke Symonds) - A lot of the top tipsters that you will have heard of started out by proofing their selections to all the members of the Betting School Insiders Club. People like Gary Poole, Rory Delargy, David Massey, Carl Nicholson & Mark Foley.

The current tipster proofing is football tipster Luke Symonds and he is already 20 points up this weekend with some matches still to play tonight.

If tips aren’t your thing the other aspect of the club is systems research, arbitrage techniques and trends analysis. These aspects are all covered in a 50 page monthly report which for many is the unmissable aspect of the club.

Although Gerry has already joined hopefully he is happy that I’ve done a better job of selling you on trying out this club for just £7.99 this time.

Here’s the link…

Today’s Selection

16:20 Redcar All You – win bet – 7/2 Betfred




Amazing Football Tips

Last weeks free football bet lost, but the tipster who we got it from had a helluva weekend.

This guy has had an amazing time since he started posting his tips in the Betting School Insiders Forum.

Here are the other bets he posted last weekend…

A 1200/1 twenty team accumulator that missed with one team losing :( but using the Will Hill insurance on acca’s that stake was refunded.

A 23/1 nine fold which again missed when one team lost and stake was returned. :(

A 49/1 eleven fold accumulator which he landed :-) 49/1!!!

A 7/1 six fold that landed :-)

A 6/1 six fold that landed :-)Continue Reading


100/1 National Bet

Today we have an epic analysis of the Topham Chase and the Grand National by Nick Hardman of Betting School Insiders.

Nick shares the trend horses and his own fancies.

Members of the Betting School Insiders Club can get Nick’s full run down on the whole Aintree card in the members forum - Click Here.

Richard Fahey bagged 4 winners from 9 runners over the Easter weekend at Musselburgh to get our flat season off to a decent start. While there is flat racing at Leicester this afternoon, today is all about Aintree and we tackle two of the hardest races in the calendar – the Topham Chase (today) and the Crabbie’s Grand National (Saturday).

We give you the low down on the key trends together with the qualifiers and any additional fancies.

We start with the Topham Chase this afternoon and we can start by telling you that favourites do not have a particularly good record with only 2 prevailing since 1997. In fact Gwanako (in 2008) was the first winning favourite since Cyfor Malta back in 1998.Continue Reading


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