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Stephen Harris has over 20 years experience in the UK racing industry. He is now one of the best horse racing tipsters in the UK. Stephen’s results are verified with over six years posting tips at bettingexpert. Follow Stephen’s popular Daily Nap and Value Angle horse racing betting tips. Stephen’s tips are available each day exclusive to bettingexpert.
HORSE RACING BETTING TIPS OVERALL STATS
|Selection||Tips||Winners||Winning %||Stakes||Profit||% Return|
If you had bet £10 on each selection, you would have made a profit of over £5,000. Not bad for following free horse racing tips.
Today’s Daily Nap
HORSE RACING DAILY NAP
|TODAY’S TIP||18th January 2020||Ascot||1.50||Sensulano||5.0|
|TOMORROW’S TIP||19th January 2020||Wolverhampton||1.25||Waitaki||9.0|
Today’s Daily Nap analysis by Stephen Harris
Noel Williams classy mare has really impressed in soft ground over fences this winter (routing a useful listed field last time out at Warwick), and should relish a step upto three miles for the first time back over hurdles at Ascot on Saturday.
Daily Nap Results – Horse Racing Betting Tips – January 2020
|17th January 2020||Prince Rock||4.0||2nd|
|16th January 2020||Floating Rock||7.0||Unplaced|
|15th January 2020||Batchelor Boy||3.0||WON|
|14th January 2020||Craigeneche||1.60||WON|
|13th January 2020||Young Tiger||5.50||2nd|
|12th January 2020||Constitutional||3.0||3rd|
|11th January 2020||Frodon||3.50||WON|
|10th January 2020||Island Hideaway||3.25||WON|
|9th January 2020||Proceeding||5.50||Unplaced|
|8th January 2020||Sulafaat||8.0||2nd|
|7th January 2020||Sustainability||3.50||Unplaced|
|6th January 2020||Jack Valentine||5.50||3rd|
|5th January 2020||Sherpa Trail||NR|
|4th January 2020||Fiddlerontheroof||3.0||WON|
|3rd January 2020||Griggy||4.0||2nd|
|2nd January 2020||Windsor Cross||6.0||3rd|
|1st January 2020||Kalashnikov||5.50||Unplaced|
For full list of Daily Nap results dating back to October 2011, email request to [email protected]
Today’s Value Angle
VALUE ANGLE SELECTION
|TODAY’S TIP||18th January 2020||Ascot||2.25||Ballymoy||8.0|
|TOMORROW’S TIP||19th January 2020||Wolverhampton||12.50||Iconic Belle||9.0|
Today’s Value analysis by Stephen Harris
Nigel Twiston-Davies has his team back firing in the winners, and his useful performer looks on a handy mark switching to hurdles after failing to jump with much fluency or scope over fences (turned over at odds-on three times but still retains his high cruising speed).
Value Angle Results – Horse Racing Betting Tips – January 2020
|17th January 2020||Juanito Chico||26.0||Unplaced|
|16th January 2020||Highway Girl||6.0||2nd|
|15th January 2020||Bahuta Acha||9.0||Unplaced|
|14th January 2020||Garrelstown||7.0||Unplaced|
|13th January 2020||Alisia||9.0||Unplaced|
|12th January 2020||Argus||9.0||Unplaced|
|11th January 2020||Notre Pan||4.50||Fell|
|10th January 2020||Librisa Breeze||11.0||Unplaced|
|9th January 2020||Double Martini||6.0||WON|
|8th January 2020||Glen Shiel||6.50||WON|
|7th January 2020||Court Royale||7.0||Unplaced|
|6th January 2020||Miss Gemstone||11.0||Unplaced|
|5th January 2020||Fair Alibi||11.0||3rd|
|4th January 2020||Horatio Hornblower||15.0||Unplaced|
|3rd January 2020||Almurr||5.0||WON|
|2nd January 2020||Para Mio||5.50||Unplaced|
|1st January 2020||Skandiburg||5.50||WON|
For full list of Value Angle results dating back to January 2012, email request to [email protected]
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Why should you follow our horse racing betting tips?
- Best bet of the day at the available price
- High strike rate of over 35% since launch in 2011
- ROI of a steady 8%
- Losing runs are thankfully short
- Endorsed by the Secret Betting Club
- Numerous punter testimonials
- Does mean backing horses at short prices under 2/1 a lot of the time
- Prices can shorten quickly in the morning as our popularity has increased
- Searching for winners in the 4/1-50/1 price range away from the front of the market
- Excellent ROI since the service was launched in 2011
- Strike rate of 15% is respectable given the larger odds we are seeking out
- Huge following every morning and endorsed year on year by the Secret Betting Club
- Numerous punter testimonials from those seeking free racing tips on twitter
- Prices, particularly among big priced runners, are hard to obtain and disappear fast in the mornings
- Losing runs can be long and quite common which does mean a patient mentality is needed
Top 5 Horse Racing Betting Tips
The bettingexpert Daily Nap has developed a great following since launch in October of 2011. With a win rate just under 40% and boasting a ROI at advertised prices of near 10%. With over 2,000 horse racing naps selected and backed so far. It’s a pretty good sample size from which to judge this free service. Here we take a behind the scenes look. We discuss the five keys to consistently finding profitable horse racing betting tips.
#1- Find a suitable race type and quickly eliminate races unsuitable for betting on
We recommend avoiding huge fields as a general rule. Especially over jumps. It is just guesswork as to how the race will be run. The margins between victory and defeat are small.
We suggest betting in lower grade races. Why? There are a few realistic contenders. It is easier to price up the contest without fear of the unknown. Novice hurdles and chases have proved particularly profitable for us. 3-y-o+ maidens on the turf and all-weather also offer excellent opportunities.
#2- Try to identify a “weak link” in the chain at the front of the market
The key to finding value is to play against a favourite that is under-priced. This might be a horse who has won all his last few races on testing ground but now faces rapidly drying conditions. Or one that was very well drawn against the favoured rail when “winning impressively” last time out.
Finding an edge that others may not be aware of is getting harder and harder. Certainly all pricing “errors” tend to be ironed out close to the off. So it is important to be able to spot these ricks early on to take advantage.
As the Daily Nap has increased in popularity there is certainly downward pressure on prices on the exchanges and with the bookmakers. As soon as the selection goes up (pre 8am) odds are cut. So it is important to shop around to try to attain the best price possible quickly.
#3- Focus on in-form smaller stables and try to avoid the big names who are often overbet
“Names” such as Paul Nicholls, Ruby Walsh or Richard Hannon and Richard Hughes have huge stables. As a result they have a huge following. They tend to plunder plenty of the top prizes. However they rarely offer much in the way of value.
It’s better to identify young, up-and-coming stables. Particularly with decent strike rates at an early stage. We look to bet with horses trained by up and coming trainers. Those trainers we think are destined for the top. Those trainers who are expert at placing their runners to win.
Identifying these stables before everyone else is a vital. Finding winners at decent prices requires looking away from the obvious.
#4- Always look for prices over “fancies” and solid reasoning as to why that price might be too big
It’s all about prices. Anybody can simply tip up favourites. However, making a profit is the goal. It’s crucial to form one’s own idea of the market before looking at the odds .
For example, a novice hurdle looks a straight match. On one hand, an unbeaten “hyped” up novice. On the other, a solid handicapper who has run with credit in midfield in some big field valuable prizes all season. Pricing it up blind the night before is key. Assuming of course that the ground will ride as forecast. We make the two favourites 11-8 (2.38) joint favourites and 12-1 (13.0) bar. Looking at the morning exchange market shows that the “name” horse is 10-11 (1.91). The other “runner” available at 9-4 (3.25). It is quite simple that the 9-4 chance has to be the best bet.
Money on the exchange is rarely wildly misplaced. However it is well worth trying to get 2-1+ about our preference. Very often the market will have corrected itself by racetime. The favourite now 5-4 (2.25) and our pick 13-8 (2.63). This is a tick in the win column already. Over time, this leads to long term profitability.
#5- Try to work out how a race will be run and make sure it will suit our selection
The shape of the race is very important. Particularly over jumps. But it is often overlooked by people putting up horses. We like to play in races where we think there will be a pace duel on the lead. Several horses wanting to front-run and dominate. In soft ground especially, this can lead to stayers being dragged in from rear as the leaders tire.
We can also play the flip side of this. Seemingly “impressive” winners can often be extremely flattered visually when the leaders go off too hard. They should be opposed next time out. Take the Cheltenham Festival for example. Year after year the horses who run well at the meeting do so again. Often benefiting from very fast run, big field races that they do not encounter for the rest of the season at this uniquely undulating course.
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Horse Racing Fixtures 2020
Here you can find a comprehensive list of horse racing fixtures for 2020. Our horse racing calendar highlights the biggest horse racing fixtures throughout the year. Including dates for the Cheltenham Festival, Royal Ascot and the Grand National.
Our horse racing fixture list includes all the big UK racing. You’ll never miss your favourite races ever again.
Horse Racing Calendar 2020
|Racing Event||Race Date||Race Venue||Live Streaming|
|Cheltenham Festival 2020 – Champion Day 1||10 March ’20||Cheltenham, UK|
|Cheltenham Festival 2020 – Ladies Day 2||11 March ’20||Cheltenham, UK|
|Cheltenham Festival 2020 – St. Patrick’s Thursday – Day 3||12 March ’20||Cheltenham, UK|
|Cheltenham Festival 2020 – Gold Cup Day 4||13 March ’20||Cheltenham, UK|
|The Grand National 2020||04 April ’20||Aintree, UK|
|Coral Scottish Grand National Meeting 2020||17-18 April ’20||Ayr, UK|
|Boodles May Festival 2020||05-07 May ’20||Chester, UK|
|Royal Ascot 2020||16-20 June ’20||Ascot, UK|
|Qatar Goodwood Festival 2020||28-01 August ’20||Goodwood, UK|
|Ebor Meeting 2020||19-22 August ’20||York, UK|
|St Leger Festival 2020||09-12 September ’20||Doncaster, UK|
|William Hill Ayr Gold Cup 2020||19-21 September ’20||Ayr, UK|
|British Champions Day 2020||18 October ’20||Ascot, UK|
|Autumn Afternoon Meeting 2020||24-25 October ’20||Doncaster, UK|
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Stephen Harris: Welcome to bettingexpert Horse Racing
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“My name is Stephen Harris. I’m the horse racing expert at bettingexpert. I possess over 20 years of industry experience. I have been an on-course bookmaker,. I have also been a trader at Sporting Index and UKbetting. I’m also a professional punter. My job is to guide your horse racing betting helping you win more money!
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