In an increasingly Binary world, tipping horserace winners isn’t always a simple case of Yes or No. Sometimes you need the nuance of betting markets and some ideas about what might constitute value. At Raceweb, we offer that nuance – and it is entirely free. Sometimes our tips are right, and sometimes spectacularly so.
Primarily devoted to horseracing, we spend time researching and then recommending possible winners and horses that might be placed and show a profit. Between July 2019 and July 2021 we had had over 2000 bets and we had only lost £82. Over two years, that suggests that we know a bit, that we treat this as fun and that we never let the betting get in the way of our fun. We also provide personal views on a range of topics from pandemics to recipes and from politics to the Arts. In fact, we comment on any matters we regard as pertinent to leading a generally decent life.
In short, we try to give you the answers to a number of unknown questions, each of which has a range of unknown variances, so vast even the future Lord Whitty cannot grasp the size of the Raceweb task.
There was nothing second-hand about Tina’s emotion
This week’s attrition rate for decent and talented people has been high. Tina Turner, Martin Amis, Paul Cattermole, Sheldon Reynolds, Chas Newby, Ray Stevenson and
Don’t take your Cocker out at Newbury
So modern am I that I have my newspapers delivered to my electronic tablet. The tablet allows me to simultaneously play Radio 4, catch up
When the chips are down, just think of Bert and Mary Poppins
There have been moments in one’s life, as one limps away from the smouldering wreck, that you think, “Well, that could have been worse.” Perhaps