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Blog Racing takes passion and commitment. Daily Bob works with exclusive information shared by horse racing contacts and compliments with over 14 hours study a day. From time to time Bob will post race analysis, articles and commentary. For daily form analysis and tips contact us about membership.

Free Tips October 2014

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Based on races viewed, Spy's analysis and list of horses worthy of serious consideration next time: FRIDAY OCTOBER 31ST NEWMARKET: 2.00: Not beaten far in the Cheveley Park when fourth to Tiggy Wiggy, Terror looks nailed on to win this; although, from a betting perspective it is of course late in the season to be nominating fillies. The opposition here looks far from testing, with only Avenue Montaigne (not seen since August) lining up with worthwhile form at this level. Any temptation to invest in Terror is readily tempered by the knowledge she is sure to be odds-on. 2.35: Historically this odd little six furlong conditions stakes tends to[...]

Free Tips August 2014

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 4th: Newmarket: Fillies get a shot at a big payday in the opening sales race at 1.50. Osaila’s form with Cursory Glance – whom she has encountered twice – entitles her to market prominence here and she looks like the filly to beat, especially as the Moyglare form was franked by Lucida in last week’s Rockfel. Half-an-hour later at 2.20 the colts’ equivalent looks more open. Unexposed Tannaaf – a clear-cut winner on the July course in August who is highly regarded (reflected by a Dewhurst entry) – is likely to prove a serious candidate. If the forecast rain arrives that may suit The Warrior, whose action[...]

Free Tips August 2014

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SATURDAY AUGUST 23rd: York:2.40: Despite top weight, the progressive Connecticut may be good enough to thwart some equally upwardly mobile types here. Even so, Captain Morley’s third at Ascot from a pound lower makes him appealing at the weights and he threatens to provide most danger in a tricky race. 3.15: Speedy and smart though he is, the penalty threatens to put paid to Baitha Alga, who will need to be a seriously good horse to give weight away all round. A return to six should suit Muhaarar, who represents the excellent form of Ivawood and he gets a chance now to put a below-par run at Ascot over[...]

Xmas Betting Saint

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CLAIRE VOYANT’S 2015 GRAND NATIONAL... ‘They’re crossing the Melling Road and it’s Rocky Creek and Godsmejudge that continue to dispute it; three lengths back to Shutthefrontdoor and a running-on Goonyella then comes Monbeg Dude. These are clear of a loose horse and the chasers headed by Soll. ‘They’re into the straight and facing up to the last two fences. Rocky Creek is edging ahead and is going to rise first ahead of Godsmejudge with Shutthefrontdoor still three lengths away in third. It’s five lengths back to Goonyella. Monbeg Dude is now four lengths back in fifth but he is closing steadily. The leaders are over safely. On touching down[...]

It's that time again

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A light hearted Blog written by Spy one of my close associates who has a way with a pen, a strong opinion on many subjects and a hearty disregard for authority! Like many of us gamblers eh? I hope you enjoy the banter! All the best Bob FRIDAY/ SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21ST/22nd: Some of you with unlimited patience may be expecting this to contain tips for Saturday. It might do. If it’s all right with you, I’ll see how it goes. What follows might be such a good piece that there is no need to spoil it by suggesting readers back three losers tomorrow. So how has a confirmed Flat[...]

About Us

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[caption id="attachment_1239" align="alignright" width="264"] I'm not what you'd call the average punter[/caption] 20 years of beating the bookies - how it all began  Hi, I'm Bob Rothman - professional gambler. That's not how I started off, of course. I studied finance and accounting at university, joined Price Waterhouse and then went into computing. But it was obvious that for big money, I needed something else. Since my school days, I found myself attracted to horse racing and always wanted to be a professional gambler.When I was a kid I admired John Gough, a well-known ‘player’ from York, whose betting prowess allowed him to own one of the first V12 E-Type[...]

What The Papers Say

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Most tipsters don't have a press following or any exploits worth reporting. Read for yourself what the newspapers have had to say about Bob Rothman, and decide if you'd like to join one of his services. Scotland on Sunday: If backing horses is a mug’s game then Bob Rothman is several furlongs short of the healthy gallop. He exhibits some of the classic signs of romance of the turf – “I’d bet ten grand a week if I could” – he studies form and racing information from the moment he gets up in the morning, and he is often to be seen breaking into a wide grin. This means[...]

Result Analysis

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Cobham, 2.46pm Monday Awesome week! £17,255.00 Profit! Summary This is the time of year when our betting on the Flat starts taking 2nd place to the Jumps. Many Flat horses are now losing their summer coat and going over the top making results more erratic. We had more bets over the sticks this week and the week's results clearly demonstrated that the New Jump Season is now starting to pay its way. Let's hope it continues as well as it's started! 6 Bets 4 winners! We had 6 bets over the sticks with 4 good winners at fantastic prices. We usually have an advantage at the start of a[...]

FAQ’s

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_toggle title="How Do I Get My Information Through?" open="false"]The tips come through via text service. You will receive a prompt from us that we have some information and we will ask you to text back a 'key-word' in order to show commitment.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="How Many Bets Will I Get Per Day?" open="false"]You could receive anything up to 5 bets a day, however the keyword system allows you to pick and chose which bets you place for us.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="Do I Need To Bet On All Selections?" open="false"]No. You can choose to opt out of any race at any time during the week simply by not responding with the 'key-word' provided.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title="What[...]

Proof

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