Irish TippingCLICK IMAGE TO VISIT SITESo less than half, and some of these are only raced at a few times per year. I’ll tell you about my favourite ever trip to the races shortly…

It comes down to knowing the lefties from the right-handed courses along with how the going plays from meeting to meeting.

It’s not information passed from pillar to post before I hear it, its how I see things from past experiences.

20 years of watching and betting on the horses when there’s only 26 courses to go at and you can recognise them in an instant.

See what the going is like and just knowing that piece of information and which course it is and I can probably put a black line through half the runner on the card.

We’ve got a steady March ahead with racing most days before things start to get a little bit busier in April where we see…

Other festivals to take note of are the Curragh Irish Derby which takes place at the end of June and the Limerick Christmas Festival.

Tipping Champagne West to win the Thyestes Steeplechase at Gowran Park at the end of January at odds of 7/1 and before that selecting Sizing John in the Kinlock Braei Chase at Thurles.

For the statisticians amongst you that’s 29% and 14 of these were outright winners (Again that’s 25.5%)

Both of these were a little under the average profit from last year but more profit usually comes over Easter and in the Summer.

My average wager is £50 and while most bets are win bets, I do like to back each way occasionally when the odds permit.

So… To Double Down would be a £100 bet and with each way bets we split it… Read more…

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