Racing Tips - Do they exist?

There are several ways to find racing tips online

Some ways are more lucrative than others of course. Today I was going to give my picture of what characterizes good horse racing tips, and what to do as a punter to develop an eye for horse racing. To begin with - it is not enough just to follow a tipster frantically, bet on everything the person bites on and believe that you make a profit. Or yes, you could do profit if you're lucky. You may end up with a serious tipster, but the probability is not on your side. Why? I will tell you about this in the paragraph below.

  1. History

Rather, it's about trying to see different trends. Which Tipsters show good ability and seem to generate profit over a long period of time and which tipsters simply flow out into the sand?


I am always looking for racing tips that "stand out" over time.

What i mean by results that stand out over time is simply: if I find a tipster who has shown good returns for several months or even years; then I can actually rely on this tipster to generate an income and profit - even ahead of time.

So, if we know that a person or service from this perspective has generated revenue and profit before. If so, then the probability that this person will generate profit in the future becomes suddenly higher.

Right? This is especially important in an industry like this. Unfortunately, horse racing tipsters have a pretty bad reputation. Much because their tips and existence can be relatively short-lived. It simply depends on how they perform. But the most common is, unfortunately, that a horse racing tipster only sticks to the skin for a few months, because as soon as the "case" comes - they change names and remove their account. Then they open a new account, in a new name and no one has any idea. It's very boring - but don't dump it over it.

There are positive things in this industry as well, for example, there are many tipsters that actually last over time. And I can recommend some of these racing tips.


8 Top Tips For Becoming A Professional Gambler In Horse Racing, Poker And Other Sports


Most folk are under the belief that professional gamblers have one bet, play one game of poker, or various other form of gambling, and then collect the winnings and go back to their big mansion for a few months rest, before having another gamble!

I pray it was like that, but in legitimate life it is extremely different. I personally work 10–12 hours a day, 360 days a year, and still do a bit on the days off, including Christmas day. When you see professional poker players they are spending 3–5 days at a table in a tournament every week, sometimes sitting for 12 hours, and when they are not doing that, they are at home playing poker on the computer.

So if you are looking for a simple life, do not take up betting as a profession. Yes it can pay well, very well, but you need to put in a lot of work, and it can be 2–3 years before you are making any meaningful money. Anyone who tells you otherwise is possibly lying just to get your money.

When you see tipping advertisers stating things like “We made $26,000 to $100 stakes in the last 12 months”, it looks breathtaking. However, they need to receive your attention as a 1/8th ad in a paper costs around $500, and they need that funds back before turning a profit. And how numerous average gamblers have $100 to bet, especially when you need a betting bank, and with $100 stakes, the cash you need before you even place one bet is around $3,500, any less and you can horse racing competition easily blow it all. Then divide the $26,000 by the $100 to work out how many and various points you make a year, and that is 260, then divide by 52 to see how countless points profit a week, and that comes to 5pts a week. Wow!! If you are just starting off you are likely to only be using a realistic $5, so that is $25 a week average. That may not sound much but you have to learn to walk before you can run. If you cannot profit with 10c bets, how the hell will you profit with $100 bets?