The last couple of weeks I have been talking about the PR ratings.
The reason for this is because I keep adding updates to this tool to increase it uses.
So people like yourself have a good chance of beating the market and winning.
I presume that’s what you want to do…isn’t it?
If you’re anything like me you don’t really like losing.
I run dogs at Agility in competitions and I do like to win (a 1st and a 2nd a couple of weekends ago)
Yep I really like to win!
But to win you need tools that get you ahead of the market.
Yeah systems and tips are good…
I can give you one of them to follow here.
http://www.greyhorsebot.com?id=18_39_3_35 (Over 90 points up since I introduced it last year and over 15 points this month)
But to really beat the market you are going to have to find your own edge.
The PR ratings is tool that can help you get that.
I have had a few emails from users telling me the different ways they have used PR to find winners.
One emailed me since the last updates and told me he was even finding it useful to locate what he referred to as “False Favourites”.
It’s a term I hadn’t heard in while but basically it means finding favourites that probably shouldn’t be.
This can happen because of a respected trainer expected to win, whispers about a horse being better than people think, top tipster making a big deal about it.
I suppose it could be just about anything that makes a runner seem better than it really should.
Myself I have been using the PR ratings to find possible “Dutch” bets.
I actually put a couple of screenshots up on the PR page to show you. Along with some other ideas you could use.
Now I bet your thinking…
“That probably an expensive tool?”
Nope you’re going to be very surprised. Check out all the details here.
Until next time.
Today’s Selection courtesy of Mega 4 for more free tips click here
14:10 Perth Berkshire Downs – win bet – 13/2 Stan James