Rating The Races

Today i have been exploring a website called Rating The Races  The team consists of 4 members who between them have over 45 years of betting experience, two experts in form reading and 2 statistical analysts, combining their respective expertise has allowed the to make the perfect team, providing high class, strategically and statistical bets which will help you beat the bookies.  This service is FREE on Fridays and is well worth a look.

As we have a free bet to use before the end of the month, courtesy of @GetYourTipsOut Breeders Cup exploits, I thought we would use it on a value selection highlighted by Rating the Races and as a bonus has been napped by @GetYourTipsOut

Recommended bet

4 pts 1.55 Haydock Poungach (current odds = 3.5) @bwin +9.12 pts


Posted on November 23, 2012, in Gambling and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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