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Overpriced? Maybe not.

The On Course Profits list of tipsters is updated weekly to highlight those services which are currently offering a healthy strike rate and demonstrate that they can provide consistent profitability.

Normally we will look at the tipster results based on Best Odds Guaranteed prices at their advised stakes for the last 30 day period, but we are aware that a number of people may be unable to achieve the prices that are quoted by many of the tipsters.

As a follow on from last week’s table we’ll stick with the approach of comparing the Top 5 performing services over the last 30 days based on Simple Level Stakes bets / Industry Starting Prices AND also the Top 5 performers based on Advised Stakes / Odds.Continue Reading


Ascot Tips from Nick Hardman

Nick Hardman of Betting Insiders managed to find the winner of the Cambridgeshire for the second year running last week, this year at a tasty 14/1 SP.

This week Nick looks at the Ascot Challenge Cup.

You can get all of Nick’s big race selections at

Here’s Nick…

We managed to repeat last year’s winning trends selection in the Cambridgeshire last week when Third Time Lucky went in at 14/1. This weekend’s big handicap is the Ascot Challenge Cup and we will be taking a close look at that race today, together with an each-way bet from today’ Ascot card.

The Ascot Challenge Cup is a 7f heritage handicap with a field of around 20 runners. Last year’s winner Intransigent returned an SP of 16/1, becoming the first double-figure priced winner since Advanced in 2009 who went in at 33/1.

Looking at the age of the winners since 1997, 4yo’s have supplied 7 and 3yo’s have supplied 5.

No horse over the age of 6 has won in that time (but in fairness not many have run).

Eight of the last nine winners were aged 4yo to 6yo and I am going to concentrate on that age group. Seven of the last eight winners were rated 99 to 105 and all of the last 5 winners were rated 100+. Continue Reading


Weekend Premier League Tips

Jamie P from Betting School Insiders is back with some strong bets for this weeks Premier League action.

Leicester the great entertainers and the ever-vulnerable Arsenal

Norwich v Leicester

A few weeks ago we talked about Leicester’s status as the great entertainers in the Premier League. Since then, they’ve done nothing to suggest this isn’t the case. Quite the opposite. These are their results so far this season including Capital One Cup matches: 4-2, 2-1, 1-1, 4-1, 1-1, 3-2, 2-2, 2-1, 2-5. The trend is a very obvious one. Leicester have scored in every game and conceded in every game so far this season and there have been seven of nine matches which have gone over 2.5 goals and five of the nine have actually gone over 3.5 goals.

Last week’s 5-2 defeat to Arsenal was typical of a Leicester game this season.

The pace of Jamie Vardy was far too great for Arsenal’s defence to score the opener but when Theo Walcott took a leaf out of Vardy’s book a few minutes later and ran at Leicester’s back four, it was the Foxes’ turn to be incapable of coping with the raw pace of the Arsenal man. Continue Reading


Place Jockey Profits

8 Hurdle Jockeys to follow on the place market

This week’s system is based around 8 Handicap Hurdle Jockey’s to follow on the Betfair place market.

I tend to go through stages when researching systems and at the moment I am interested in finding ideas based around the place market.

This weeks was created using TJ Profit Finder.

TJ Profit finder is one of the bonuses that you get with GHBbot and allows you to research Jockey, Trainers and Jockey and Trainer pairs.

Check it out here

TJ can give you a top list of jockeys or trainers based on over 30 different filter options and makes finding profit from backing, placing or laying quite easy.

Once you have a list based on your criteria you can then check out the results and even combine multiple jockeys or trainers into one system like I have with this weeks 8 Jockey place system.Continue Reading

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