DG Tips 2017 Review

2017 Review – DG Tips What a truly fantastic year of racing, I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed a year of racing as much as I did in 2017. Profit wise it was another cracker with around 232pts profit made, we finished with 9 out of 12 months in profit. We had some lows, but the highs far […]

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 […]

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 […]

Queen Mother Champion Chase Preview

The 2017 Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase Preview The excitement has built, there has been money made, plenty lost and as we move into day 2 of The Cheltenham Festival the aura of Douvan starts to drift its way through the overwhelmingly perfect Cheltenham racecourse. A somewhat tough race for punters but the enthusiasts like […]

Kempton Park - The Clock is ticking

Kempton – The End of an Era

The Racing world was rocked this week with the news that Kempton Racecourse will be closing no later than 2021 with the famous Boxing Day King George moving to Sandown. A new all-weather venue, likely to be located at Newmarket, would be built as part of the plans to revamp British Racing. Obviously such a big […]

Tipsters Empire

December Results

Steady profit to end 2016 The curtain closes on 2016 and the month was a bumpy ride in which all tipsters were dealt a number of tough hands but ultimately as a team came out on top with only 1 tipster making a loss for the month of December. A number of cruel photo finishes […]

Architect Tips

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 […]

Hennessy Gold Cup Preview

This is one of my favourite races of the year, mainly down to the success over the years but also because of the competitive nature of the race and value which is on offer. It attracts some very good horses and over the years we have been blessed with the likes of Denman, Bobs Worth, […]

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, […]

FREE Saturday Tip – October 8th

It’s time for another FREE TIP and this week it’s the turn of DG Tips. Yesterday DG TIPS struck a forecast of dreams! He had 33/1 and 14/1 tips in a single race and ordinarily you’d be ecstatic with either just winning but not this man. He called the 1-2 with his 33/1 shot CALVINIST […]

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September Review with Tipsters Empire

NEW BOY STEALS THE SHOW Tipster Profits ARCHITECT TIPS – 28 POINTS PROFIT THE SNOUT & THE TOWER – 10 POINTS PROFIT DG TIPS – 6 POINTS PROFIT THE JUMPS PUNTER – 1 POINT LOSS TOTAL =  55 POINTS PROFIT!! Summary September threw up curveballs a plenty for our tipsters but they still came out firing despite the numerous obstacles faced. Profit was made by 4 out of […]

DG Tips Cambridgeshire Festival Review

Our first festival in a long time where we come away down. Very disappointing however as I always say we can take both positives and negatives from every festival and use them in the future.  The first day couldn’t have started on a worse note with all three selections failing to hit the mark. Haulani was given a […]

Ayr Gold Cup Preview with The Tower

The Ayr Gold Cup, Scotland’s richest sprint handicap, is a race utterly steeped in history. Tomorrow’s six furlong dash is a far cry from the race which first took place back in 1804 at the old Ayr track of Belleisle, which is located around two miles from the current venue. Back then, the race was […]