Both will make you money and both require some work.
One is free and is a pointer to making money from horse racing.
The other is a service that will require about 2 hours of your time daily but will make you money. Guaranteed Profits!
(I should add the disclaimer that you have to do what he tells you to do to get guaranteed profits ;-))
I'll go into more detail about why this service works next week.
(Beaumonts Bets is no longer active as the owner has retired to Spain, the method was based on backing early prices on horses that were showing signs of shortening which allowed followers to lock in value and earn a small ROI )
Back to the main thing I want to tell you about today…
In any endeavour if you can tag onto a rising star then you can make money.
In horse racing that usually means spotting a horse with potential. Before the punters and pundits are on to it.
When you spot one of these horses. One that's going on to big things you can hang onto its tail and make some great winning bets.
The problem is that you need a bit of an eye to catch them early and you need to watch a lot of racing.
But luckily racing is not all about horses. There's also trainers and jockeys to consider.
Although there are new trainers appearing and spotting a rising star can be profitable there's not exactly a big turnover of trainers.
But jockeys are a different matter. There's a new crop every year and a few rising stars each year.
Now apprentice jockeys have an advantage in that they have a claim that means they can carry less weight than a full jockey.
But the fact is that many apprentices aren't worth their claim, meaning even with the weight advantage they still hinder the chance of the horse.
But if you find a jockey with a claim who is as good as a regular jockey then you are onto something.
By way of example back in December one of your fellow readers suggested some jockeys worth following.
The list of four included…
Lucy Alexander – Has now had 21 races and shows a level stakes profit of 24 points.
Ryan Clark – Claim down to 3lbs now turf profit 45 points (Big loss on All Weather)
(The other two were Brendan Powell (great jock but not a level stake profit) and William Twiston Davies (not many rides yet) )
Now the idea isn't that you follow these blindly, but if you are studying a race and you see for example that Ryan Clark is up then you can consider that that horse has a 3lb advantage.
If it's well in anyway then Ryan can make a difference.
I just had another email from Daniel yesterday where he suggested Raul Da Silva as another rising star.
Raul has 7 rides tonight at Wolverhampton.