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. […]

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 […]

Does Headgear really work?

Does Headgear Really Work by The Snout Headgear is a hugely important part of betting on horse racing, and a significant factor in determining the most likely winner of a race. But it does, however, also muddy the waters when it comes to looking through a card and identifying a winner of a race. This […]

Northern Trainers to Follow

IF equality is your watchword, horse racing probably shouldn’t be your game. And nowhere has a gulf been more evident in recent years than the yawning gap between northern and southern training ranks. The recent Cheltenham Festival was just one crystal clear example of where we, in the north, have lost more than a step […]

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Cheltenham Festival Review 2017

It’s always a whirlwind week and last week was no different. Cheltenham is over for another year – let’s see what our tipsters thought of the week. The Snout It certainly wasn’t the festival I, or many others expected. Having had 5 years of consecutive substantial profit at the Cheltenham Festival, I went into this […]

Our Cheltenham Festival Memories

The Countdown is On With Cheltenham Festival right around the corner we wanted to take a trip down memory lane with our team. We’ve sat down with our team of tipsters and had a good chat about their greatest Cheltenham memories, whether it be a day, a bet, a horse… we all have those abiding […]

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My Greatest Race Ever with Architect Tips

Cheltenham Festival 2016 – 15.30pm Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase What extraordinary anticipation built up for the 2016 renewal of the Queen Mother Champion Chase. We had odds-on favourite UN DE SCEAUX heading the market, coming into the race with an unbeaten record over fences when completing with form figures reading – F1111F1. He had […]

Thistle-Cracked

IT was the defeat we least expected. But in the end, the result of a horse race would matter little on a day of tragedy at Cheltenham. The mighty Thistlecrack, racing’s newest and perhaps greatest superstar-in-waiting, was supposed to follow the script in Saturday’s Cotswold Chase as he continues his progress towards the Gold Cup […]

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It’s over to you, ITV

The Tower on the new face of Racing AFTER 32 years that helped define the sport, Channel 4 finally bowed out of racing this week with an emotional farewell at Kempton. What comes next is the question on everybody’s lips, with a bold new dawn promised by ITV as they attempt to inject new life […]

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A Performance I will never forget

Saturday 19th November 2011. BETFAIR CHASE Long Run was favourite after winning the 2011 King George Chase and 2011 Cheltenham Gold Cup beating Kauto Star both times when in top peak form. Kauto Star finished third in both those races behind Long Run at the age of 11 years old. Many thought it was the end of the road after being sent to Punchestown for the Guinness […]

National Hunt Breeding – What can we learn?

National Hunt Breeding with The Snout There are many angles in the way to approach how to bet on a race, with plenty of variables the punter must interrogate in order to find himself an edge over the bookmaker. Of course this can include more obvious variables, including recent form, trip, jockey booking, trainer form, […]