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AC endorses Snowy as your best bet for Premium horse racing tips. There's not many proven tipsters over the long term but Snowy is one of them and he has the stats record to back him up. Get you tips for 2018 including the upcoming Punchestown festival from Snowy by signing up to his service below and let's win together. Good luck, AC Racing Tipster.

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Shocking news from one the UK’s most successful pro-gamblers

“This one killer mistake could be losing you thousands on bets you already make!”

There’s a mistake that practically all punters make without even realising it, and it could be costing you thousands.

This isn’t about backing different horses or changing your strategy or telling you you’re doing everything wrong. This is about making one simple change that could add huge sums to your betting bank with no extra effort or number-crunching!

Give me five minutes now and I’ll explain everything…

(You don’t have to sign up to anything or buy anything – I’ll tell you exactly what this mistake is right here in this letter. Wipe this error out and you could make £500-£50,000 extra on your existing betting strategy this year!)

Dear Fellow Gambler,

I was around twelve years old when I first got the horse racing bug.

In the days before the Internet (remember them?) I used to run my Dad’s bets down to the local bookies, then hang around a while and watch some of the races on TV. I loved the noise, the atmosphere and everything about it.

As I grew up I left school with no qualifications and was unemployed for 3 years before finally getting a job as a postman. I got married, had kids of my own… but the love of horse racing – and by then betting – never left me. By 2004, I was making enough money from gambling to quit my job and go ‘full time’.

Mortgage, holidays, rounds at the pub, dinners out, clothes, birthday treats… everything was paid for by the income my gambling systems were making.

But I’m not here to tell you how great I am at picking winners or how well I’ve done over the years. I’m here to tell you about one glaring mistake I made that made me far less money than I should have made in the early days.

Practically all bettors make this mistake. Practically all gambling ‘experts’ or tipsters make this mistake. I’m sure you’re making it too – again and again – like I used to.

If you knock this practice out of your betting, I can almost guarantee you’ll make far more money from the horses over the course of a year. And over a lifetime this could genuinely add thousands or tens of thousands of pounds to your winnings.

So please, read this carefully and let it sink in, because it goes against everything you’ve been told…

There’s a shortcut to making much bigger profits on your bets – a shortcut that goes against your instincts, but one that works.

Take a look at the following list of runners:

Sandown 15.00 Buywise 16/1 STAKE £40 WON £424
Wincanton 14.45 Head To The Stars 12/1 STAKE £50 WON £425
Kempton 15.45 Don Bersy 12/1 STAKE £60 WON £425

These are three winners I picked. As you can see I don’t just go for the short-odds favourites. Sometimes it is worth going that way – it’s like free money when the stats and analysis scream a certain horse is going to win – but to make profits that really mean something you have to do the work and back the runners with longer odds.

My average stands at around 10/1. That’s a level where you can really start making good money.

But backing short-odds runners ISN’T the big mistake that’s harming your profits. Yes, sticking only to the favourites will dent your income and make it much harder for you to make a proper income, but a lot of people mix short odds and long odds bets.

I mean, who doesn’t like a flutter on a 80/1 shot?

The mistake most gamblers, and most tipsters, make is this…

They don’t back the long-odds horse properly.

They fancy it of course but because of the odds, they stake a lower amount.

Whereas the shorter the odds, the more they have on.

Wrong, wrong wrong!

Now, if you’re picking an outsider only because of the odds, then yes – it makes sense to just put a couple of quid on. But if you or a tipster have done the analysis and select a big price horse, what’s the point in just putting small stakes on it?

That’s like knowing where the treasure’s buried and bringing along a tiny bucket to fill!

You should never, ever be put off by price. If all your analysis points to a long-odds horse, back it the same as you would a short-odds horse. In fact, stick MORE on it! If your analysis is sound and your strike rate is high, you will make a much better profit over time.

Does that make sense?

So, in a nutshell, if you fancy a horse but because of the long odds you stake a lower amount, reverse that process.

If you fancy a horse and it has long-odds, put in the same amount you’d stake on a favourite. In fact, put in more. Because the long-odds horses are the ones that are going to make you the money.

In my opinion, you should apply this to your own bets. If you’re doing your own analysis or are using a tipping service and are happy with the performance, then upping the stakes on the long-shots will almost certainly pay out more.

But, like I say, ONLY if you’re happy with the performance.

This rule is only going to work if you’re already making consistent profits. What I’ve shown you is a way to UP those profits, without any extra work or headache. By tweaking your staking plan, you should reap the rewards.

But if you’re NOT currently turning a regular profit, month on month, then I’d like to show you something else…

How does this compare to your results…?

Like I’ve mentioned, I started gambling full time in 2004. I was making enough money from my picks to pack in the day job and make all my income from horse racing.

And for the past 2 years, I’ve been helping people make great incomes too, through my service – Snowy Bets.

“For goodness’ sakes, Snowy … What amazing tipping again today! Four selections either won or placed out of 5, and all at big odds too. So both e/w Lucky15s came in with a lovely profit, I did a few doubles too, and e/w singles on each one with my biggest bet on the winner, William Henry. Absolutely fabulous selecting, together with valid reasoning why you have chosen each one. Thank you very much for putting in all the work – I know how long it takes! Wishing you all the very best, and masses of good luck for the rest of 2018. What a start!”

Sian

Me and my circle made 23 points profit during Cheltenham, 14 points the weekend after, and just hit 33/1 on the Irish National. (That’s a great example of where it really paid to place a high stake on the bet, not go low!)

I’ll happily show you my track record in full if you’re interested, but basically, since Summer 2016, my tips have turned a 640 point profit.

It averages out at 11.25pts per month – so at just £50 stakes that’s an extra £562 a MONTH in your bank account

How does that stack up against your performance?

If you’re matching that or beating that – well done! I take my hat off to you. You might get a few extra wins from my service, but you don’t really need me.

But if you’re not winning regularly, if you’re not making a good income from the horses, if you’re sick of getting the occasional win only to see it flushed away with a string of loses, then I’d like to give you the chance to see if I could do something for you to change all that – without you committing to anything.

Join me throughout the Aintree festival and see how much I can make you!

The Aintree festival starts this Thursday, running all the way through to the Grand National on Saturday. Me and my circle are hoping for a great profit over these 4 days, including a big price payout on the Grand National.

If you claim a risk-free trial to my service – Snowy Bets – I’ll send you my top tip for the Grand National. It won’t be the favourite (surprise surprise!) and it could make you a very handsome profit.

I’ll also send you all my analysis and recommendations throughout the festival. If we do as well as we did at Cheltenham, you should walk away with a very decent profit.

“I joined Snowy in October 2017 and allocated myself a betting bank of £1000.I use 5% of my bank as a unit stake, so when my bank was £1000, one unit was £50, a 6/10 EW selection was £15 EW.

My bank was £1000 plus my Snowy balance, until I reached a profit of £1000 on Snowy's selections. I then deducted my initial betting bank of £1000. So, I am now betting with my profits to date, and I will probably draw down another £1000 at the end of this month, to ensure that I do not give it all back and can enjoy some of my profits. some stage.

My unit stake today was 5% of £3081, £154. So 6/10 EW equated to £46 EW Looks Like Power @ 8/1G 1/4 1,2,3,4, which increased my bank to £3127

The unit stake tomorrow will be £156 as my profit to date since October is £3127, and I determine the unit stake at the start of every day. I appreciate the time taken by Snowy to explain the logic behind each selection and the feedback on the selections from yesterday. The point of the note is to demonstrate how a very healthy profit can be made.

Since I retired 12 years ago, I have paid for numerous services and believe that Snowy is the best to date. No shorties and he does not give a bet just because it is a racing day.

If you like EW bets with a proven record, then give Snowy a try. Since Oct 1st I have staked £6653 on Snowy's selections and made a profit of £3127 I make that 47% ROI. Keep up the good work.

Bloody marvellous!!”
Mr C BB

“Just a brief note to say that I am well impressed with your service since joining. I like to read the notes that you provide for your selections and I also like that you do not provide a huge amount of selections. Short, sweet and profitable. Well done.”
David F

“Many thanks to Snowy again for 2 big priced winning bets.

I look forward to my racing much more now and look forward to more of Snowy's emails” Great stuff…….”
Eric

Look, I don’t want to take up a load of your time reeling off hundreds of testimonials or trying to twist your arm to get you to join me.

I’d simply like to offer you the chance to TEST ME OUT. That’s it. No catch, no strings. I know I’ve got to perform to impress you, and I’m confident I can do it.

So here’s the deal.

Regards,

The TP Team & Snowy.


AC's Free Tips Archive

AC's Big priced winning Free Horse Racing tips in 2016 include: Emerald Rose at 16/1, Silsol at 13/2, Bainne at 12/1, Intense Tango at 12/1, War Of The Pennies at 9/1, Elysian Fields at 11/1, Maureb at 18/1, Enough Is Enough at 9/1, Portage at 10/1, Aranhill Chief at 12/1, Caspian Prince at 12/1, I’m In Charge at 8/1, Elusive Ivy at 16/1, Shamiran at 16/1, Maoi Chinn Tire at 16/1

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