I've just finished reading this months Secret Betting Club report.
This month they have a detailed feature that looks at what equipment and applications are best for managing your betting on the go.
The article looks at the best bookmaker apps and the best apps for finding results quickly.
It also includes details of how you can watch more obscure events on your phone through streaming TV apps, which is useful if you are betting on events that aren't streamed by the bookies. And how to access your home PC or server from your smartphone.
As you might expect the report is also filled with tips and opinions on the upcoming Cheltenham Festival including a couple of trainer and jockey pointers which have proved profitable in the past, which I've copied below…
Back all Ferdy Murphy runners over fences
Since 2003 by backing all Ferdy Murphy runners over fences you would have profited to the tune of £10,400 to £100 stakes.
Lay Paul Nicholls chasers
Amazingly Paul Nicholls has had 55 losing consecutive runners in chase races at the Festival and although it's a strategy laden with risk given the armoury in the yard, the statistics don't lie and Nicholls runners will always be liable to be overbet.
Back Barry Geraghty mounts in Grade 1 races
Since 2003 by following Geraghty's mounts blindly in Grade 1 races you would have profited to the tune of £3745.00 to £100 level stakes.
Lay all AP McCoy mounts
Backing all AP McCoy mounts at SP since 2003 at £100 stakes would have resulted in a net loss of £6638.00. Laying McCoy mounts on the exchanges won't show the same level of profit but would still have earned you a tidy sum.
Today's Selection courtesy of Bankers Bonus
3:10 Fontwell Utopian – win bet – 7/2 Bet365, Paddy Power, Bet Victor