Saturday, 29 December 2012

Who Owns Me runs today in the 14:25 at Doncaster

Who Owns Me Runs today at Doncaster 14:25

By UK Horse Racing Tipster

If you have been reading this sites Facebook page or part of my Google+ circle you will know that I part own a horse that has been running very well lately - Who Owns Me.

I part own this horse with other members of the www.fromthestables.com website who are the best website around for people wishing to get into the horse ownership business purely because of the number of trainers they have working on their site and the contacts those trainers possess.

Today's race is at 2:25pm at Doncaster in the Bet At bluesq.com Handicap Hurdle. The trip is being run over 3m 110y and the current going is Soft, Heavy in places.

Who Owns Me has his last 2 wins at Fakenham on the 10th of December over 2m 7f 110y on Soft ground carrying a weight of 12-3 and before that at Folkestone on the 4th of December over 2m 6f 110y again on going that was "Soft, Heavy in places" carrying a weight of 11-10.

Today he is being ridden by P N O'Brien and not Gavin Sheehan which claims some weight and he is carrying a weight of 10-13 a drop of -10.53% with distance, going, weight and jockey wins at the conditions he faces today.

Timeform says this about the race:

Who Owns Me appeals most of the trio of last-time-out winners, but Barafundle shaped as if retaining plenty of ability in a stronger race than this at Haydock last month, and is taken to build on that. Tornado Bob completes the shortlist on his return from a break.

The Racing Post says this about the event:

A competitive event with a clutch of bang in-form runners to choose from. Who Owns Me has been highly progressive in winning four of his last five starts and, with a 6lb rise for his latest Fakenham win fair enough and with more still very probably to come, may well be the answer ahead of Corkage and the hat-trick seeking Firebird Flyer.

The following table contains both links to the WIN and PLACE markets on Betfair for the race, along with the prices I am going to attempt to trade the horse at.  E.G these are WIN prices I think are obtainable if you place a bet on early enough and then place a LAY bet at a lower price and keep it INPLAY.

Who Owns Me could be leading the field the whole race and then like last weeks King George VI Chase with Long Run on the last jump he could jump himself into second place and then all the inplay traders cack their pants and take whatever price is on offer to mitigate their loss.

Horse Course Time Details Betfair Market
Who Owns Me Doncasterk 14:25 WIN Market (6.50) Betfair
Who Owns Me Doncasterk 14:25 Place Market (2.25) Betfair


The current race card on Betfair looks like this at the current time of writing.

Who Owns Me - Betfair Racecard



So if you fancy a punt on a progressive horse or want to trade a horse who has won 4 out of his 5 last starts then this could be an opportunity for you.

If you haven't already taken opportunity of the Betfair free £25 bet when you bet £25 within 30 days of signing up then use the following button to just go and:
  • Sign up now by clicking the button below and ensure you keep the referral code LWFMEX4UJ in the registration form.
  • Put £25 on Who Owns Me to place (click the relevant place button in the above table).
  • If he does come in the top 3 you will get at least £55+ back (including your £25 stake).
  • Then in a couple of days Betfair will give you another £25.
  • So that's a possible £80 just for using the place market on Betfair.
  • Obviously using the win market you are looking at over £125 for a £25 bet.





View the original article My Horse – Who Owns Me Runs today at Doncaster at www.ukhorseracingtipster.com.

Saturday, 22 December 2012

Long Run seems to have scared off all comers to the King George V1 on Boxing Day

Updated on Boxing Day - The King George VI Chase at Kempton Park - Long Run's Chance for a 2nd win?

By The UK Horse Racing Star

Make yourself some money this Boxing Day by using the Betfair free £25 offer in the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day at Kempton Park.

The King George VI Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt chase held on Boxing Day at Kempton Park each year and is one of the days that Kempton Park is actually full of punters! 

The race is open to horses aged four years or older over a distance of about 3 miles over 18 fences.

The King George VI Chase is now the second most prestigious chase in England, surpassed only by the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Twelve horses have won it more than once, Desert Orchid has won it four times and Kauto Star has won it five times. However Kauto Star was unfortunately retired this year so it is left to his long time rival Long Run to see if he can pick up the reigns and take over.

Over the last few years Kauto Star had made this race his own and last year was his last triumph against all expectation as he beat his long time rival Long Run who had won the race the year before in 2010. Before that Kauto Star had won it from 2006 to 2009.

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Below is the current Betfair Win market as it stands and from my last report on this race even more runners have been pulled including Hunt Ball, For Non Stop and Wishful Thinking and Menorah.
The Betfair WIN Market


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Another list of current runners I can find is below which have the odds in fractional prices.

HorseOdds
Long Run9/4
Cue Card6/1
Riverside Theatre6/1
Kauto Stone9/1
Grands Crus17/2
The Giant Bolster17/2
Captain Chris20/1
Junior31/1
Champion Court29/1



So what do we know about the runners.

In last years Cheltenham Gold Cup, Long Run who was favourite for the race came 3rd behind another of this years runners The Giant Bolster.

The winner Synchronised then went on to compete in the Grand National. However Synchronised is unfortunately no longer with us having had to be put down during that event after a nasty fall. Showing that the Grand National is truly a race that takes no prisoners.

However Long Run reversed that loss by beating the Giant Bolster last month when they came (2nd and 3rd respectively as they both lost to Silviniaco Conti in the Betfair Chase. However Silviniaco Conti is another horse not running in the King George VI Chase.

We also have the second favourite Cue Card who has beaten two horses that were running but are now non runners. The first, Menorah, was beaten twice this year in the Grade 2 Sportingbet Haldon Gold Cup Chase and  the Grade 1 Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy Chase earlier on, and  the other non runner For Non Stop was beaten in the Betfred Goals Galore Novices' Chase last year.

Captain Chris has also beaten the non runner For Non Stop in the Grade 2 Amlin 1965 Chase last month and a still competing  Wishfull Thinking was beaten by the now non runner For Non Stop in the Grade 2 Betfred Monet's Garden Old Roan Chase in October.

However the hot favourite is Long Run and with other good horses such as Sir Des Champs, Sizing Europe and First Lieutenant being pulled out due to the ground and recently Finian's Rainbow being added to that list we are left with only one or two serious challengers to Long Run getting his 2nd King George VI win at Kempton this boxing day with Cue Card being the main contender. 

I would maybe put a place or each way bet on The Giant Bolster or Riverside Theatre as well and I am debating whether there is enough challenge to trade Long Run as his price has drifted from 2.88 to 3.3 even though the number of competing horses has narrowed.

However Long Run (unless something drastic happens) is going to come in the top 3 so there is a chance here to make yourself a free £25 by joining up to Betfair with the button below and placing a £25 bet on Long Run in the place market.

The aim here is not to make money from the actual odds that come from winning or placing in the race but by taking advantage of the free £25 offer from Betfair.

It really couldn't be simpler and there are only a few times a year that we get this sort of opportunity for free money and Frankel is no longer running any more!

This is one of the occasions that I would recommend anyone who hasn't already signed up to Betfair to do so now by clicking on any of the big Betfair buttons on the page.

Other online bookmakers may offer you your stake back if you bet £25 and lose but Betfair will actually give you £25 if you deposit £25 when you sign up and spend it within 30 days. 
Also unlike other bookmakers they will actually let you withdraw the money if you want. 

That means that you have a rare opportunity to make some free money this Wednesday and if we are all unlucky and the hot favourite Long Run loses you won't lose a penny as Betfair will return you your £25 stake and you can take it back out and never have another bet again in your life if you don't want to.

So you have these possible outcomes.

1. You sign up and deposit £25 into Betfair using one of the buttons on the page. You then put it all on Long Run and he winsYou get your stake back of £25 plus winnings of around £48 (if the price stays at around 2.9 which is just under 2/1 - minus a small percentage Betfair takes out of win singles).

You will also receive into your Betfair account another £25 within a couple of days of the race. This means you will take out a total of around £72.

2. You sign up and deposit £25 into Betfair using one of the buttons on the page. You then put it all on Long Run and he loses. Betfair will put back the £25 into your account another within a couple of days of the race and you can then withdraw it back to your card. You have lost nothing. So you have 2 choices:
  1. Make some free money by clicking this link or the button at the bottom of the page and put £25 on Long Run to Win or to Place (lower odds).
  2. Lose nothing at all by doing the same thing.
The odds are basically saying that the bookies think he will win the race 1 out of 2 times (2/1) so this could be a good chance to double your £25 and take back out around £75.

Go ahead - and tell your friends - who wouldn't want a free £25 (and possibly £70+) in these days of austerity. 

Here is a step by step guide to placing your bet on Betfair.

Remember all you have to do is the following:
  1. Click the button below.
  2. Fill in the form leaving the referral code LWFMEX4UJ in the box
  3. Click the "My Account" link if you see it or if you can see in the top right a "Deposit Funds into Betfair" link go to step 4.
  4. Once registered go to the "Deposit Funds into Betfair" page which is top right of the page and add £25 into your Betfair account either from PayPal or a Debit or Credit card. It is all secure and encrypted so no need to worry about entering your card details on this page.
  5. After your money is in the account go to the "Horse Racing" section and select either "Horse Racing - Todays Card" or "UK"
  6. Select the course Kempton Park and the WIN market which will be the top market with nothing after its name for the 3.00 at Kempton Park (Grade 1).
  7. Find Long Run - who will be at the top of the table and select the blue square nearest the pink one (Blue = Back, Pink = Lay) that has a number on it (the current price for the horse)
  8. A little window will open up on the right hand side.
  9. Under the odds column in the box either put in your own price (which may or may not be matched) or the price that is currently in the blue square you clicked.
  10. Under the stake column enter 25.00 which is the amount you deposited into your account.
  11. Press the "Place Bets" button.
  12. If your bet has been matched then there is nothing else to do but watch the race and collect your winnings or your £25 back in a couple of days time.
  13. If your bet has not been matched - probably because you put in a price that was too high for the current market users - then under the box you will see some options "Cancel", "Keep" and "Take SP". Now if you really want to try to get your own price matched then you could choose "Cancel" which means that if the price is not matched at the time of the race starting then your bet will be cancelled and your £25 will remain unused in your account. I recommend hitting the "Take SP" button which means that when the race starts you will take the calculated starting price that Betfair comes up with"Keep" means to keep the bet during the race in the hope that it gets matched before the race ends (which in a lot of cases it won't) - For simplicity sake use the "Take SP" option if your bet is not matched.
  14. Watch the race.
  15. If Long Run wins you will be able to withdraw your profits but I would suggest waiting a couple of days until Betfair give you your free £25.
  16. If Long Run loses then just wait a couple of days for the free £25 and withdraw it.
  17. Tell all your friends about this amazing offer (preferably before the race) and give out the referral code LWFMEX4UJ on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or just supply a link to this page:    http://www.ukhorseracingtipster.com/2012/12/long-run-for-the-king-george-chase-on-boxing-day

Just click this button to get to the sign up form with the referral code already pre-filled.
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Tuesday, 11 December 2012

An update on the UK Horse Racing Tipster website


By UK Horse Racing Tipster

This is just an update to tell you all about the recent changes I have done to the new site www.ukhorseracingtipster.com where you can obtain the old free horse racing tips that this site used to display each day.

To get the free racing tips just sign up to the newsletter on the home page. 

Also if you want premium and highly profitable horse racing tips for a very cheap price the site is probably unbeatable for value and one of the fastest growing online tipping sites about. To see why check out the list of systems available for this month.

As for the changes - here is a breakdown of the main ones apart from all the new "how to" articles I have created about how to go about laying on Betfair or the systems for the main race events.

1. I have re-arranged the menu items around on the main menu so they are easier to navigate.
You will notice that there is now a "Members NAPS" item which will take members straight to the new NAPS page.

I have also added a new item called "Tipping Results" which if you hover over it will show a drop down menu containing the System ResultsThe Price Range breakdown results and I have moved the Tip Results to that sub menu.

This makes it easier to find for people as some were having trouble with accessing results from previous days. This way it is a simple way to access all my previous AutoBOT Members Tip results (excluding the Members Extra Tips and the NAPS).

2. The new Members NAPS seem to be going well with a good strike rate and I am hoping to be adding new tipsters to this page all the time. 

I hope to show some statistics of how good they are once I get enough data. This was added in primarily for the backers in you who wanted quick access to the horses a wide variety of tipsters thought will win their races that day.

3. The new newsletter  pop up has been added to get people to sign up to the free horse racing tips which I provide free each day and it has been doing it's job. Remember if you are not yet a member you can always trial the site out for a mere £5 for a week or jump in for a cheap subscription offer of £10 per week, £25 per month or £100 per year (that has got to be worth it) before the introductory offer is over.

4. The tips from my own AutoBOT have been changed so that:
  • More Systems are shown to members.
  • More back based systems are outputted (Place or Win).
  • A horse that appears under 10 systems will appear under each system rather than just the best system (the one with the highest ROI).
This has worked out well and although I don't expect it to continue anyone choosing to bet £2 (Betfair Minimum Stakes) on every tip would have won £134.56 yesterday (the 9th) and £121.10 on Saturday (the 8th).

The leading systems are still the "Lay all runners in a race" based systems and there are plenty of article under the Betting Systems menu that explain how they work, why they are successful and how to go about using Betfair to place lay bets.

So that is my update and remember - the site is always being updated so now is the time to sign up for a membership before the introductory offers are over. Plus membership could be the perfect Christmas present for anyone who wants to earn some money cheaply.

If you want more reasons to join then read this article on why should I join UK Horse Racing Tipster?

And then pop along here to see what you get for such a cheap membership price - or a trial price of only £5 for a week!

Thanks

The UK Horse Racing Tipster