Why I Became a Tipster?

DG Tips Why am I a Horse Racing Tipster? Personally there are two particular reasons why I do this job. They are in a way polar opposites and both carry similar weight in regards to answering this question. No.1 – Success Stories. The one thing I love more than Horse Racing is making people money. […]

Free Tuesday Tip

Normally on Tuesday we release our HOT TOPIC but this week we thought we’d mix it up and provide you with a free tip on a dreary day up and down the nation. The aim being to provide us with a welcome boost to our banks on what is generally a poor day of action. […]

Underrated Trainers to Follow

How can underrated trainers help to inform our betting proposition? In recent years, for me personally it has become so important to assess the trainer (and jockey) when understanding and assessing as to whether a horse represents a value bet. Where the horse is trained can swing a horses’ price (that a bookmaker will give […]

Ignore the Draw?

Ignore The Draw? The Snout explains all For any of our customers who’ve been with us since Day 1 you may recognise this blog. The Snout did a cracking piece on the draw back in September 2015 and we thought, as we’ve grown so much since, and the fact the flat is well and truly […]

The Importance of Flat Breeding

A look at Flat Breeding with The Snout Back in November, I wrote an article on the importance of breeding within National Hunt racing, and how it can inform our betting proposition and create an angle within a race that perhaps the general betting public won’t have seen (thus creating value). Although that is completely […]

Wall of Fire Tribute

  In true correlation to his name Wall of Fire has literally burned his way through the staying handicap division. He’s now a top rated stayer and a stalwart in graded staying races, he’s only a 4 year old but his progression has been fast and relentless. It is somewhat hard to believe that this […]