Is it so easy to win money from the bookies. Of course not, if it was there would be no bookmakers and horse racing would be a gentle country pursuit. So is it the fun of the race, beautiful animals testing each others speed and grace or the thought of finding that ‘good thing Dnabet.com’. If the sport itself is your main interest then there’s no better place than this country with its high class courses and races. But if the gamble is your interest then a 3/1 at Carlisle is as good as a winner at the same price at Ascot. You don’t get more for winning at a better course.
But back to our main discourse and that’s racing tips. If everyone were to choose their own tips then where would be the market for tipsters. Choosing the odd Yankee on a Saturday afternoon while in the pub is unfortunately on the decline. There is so much pressure on our time that many more people look to professional tipsters for their horse racing tips.
The national newspapers provide free horse tips but as statistics show those tipsters that have to pick a horse in every race have a poor strike rate. In fact even in the naps competition few make any profit over the season. Some newspapers have tipsters that give horse racing tips selectively they are allowed to choose which races they provide tips. But again few make consistent profits.
When looking for a tipster that provides those all elusive winning horse racing tips several factors have to be taken into consideration. Two areas especially need to be taken into account and they are ‘expectation’ and ‘perception’ the first applies to yourself and the later to the tipping service.
Are you looking for fun, a second income or just the odd couple of wins. Most people will be looking for a second or even first income from betting, although in truth if their winnings are lower than expected they will say its just a little bit of fun. So lets be honest and say you are looking for enough winnings to pay for that extra holiday or new tv. Which means you need reliable horse racing tips from your tipping service.
If you go to your local electrical store and buy a washing machine get it installed and try a family wash. But it does not work you have options. An engineer, new machine or credit note will eventually give you some kind of satisfaction. Yet the racing service and their horse racing tips don’t come with a guarantee, even the best tipping services will most likely have more losing days than winning (especially when ‘backing’ for winners as opposed to ‘laying’). You must always remember its not about getting short term gains its the long term profits that count.
Besides horse racing, Betfair also offers betting on football matches which started in May 2001, when Betfair took bets on the Alaves versus Liverpool match in the UEFA Cup final. In June of the same year, Betfair became the official betting exchange provider for the Racing Post’s website, the Racing Post being a newspaper that publishes horse racing results and information on the pedigree of the horses that run in the horse races. In October 2001, Betfair launched its telephone betting service. In December 2001, Betfair merged with Flutter. com, Flutter being a competitor to Betfair. Now, the company is a part of Betfair.
In July 2002, Betfair became the sponsor of the Fulham Football club. In September 2002, Betfair moved to its new office in Hammersmith, London from its old office in Old Trafford, Manchester. In October 2002, Andrew Black and Edward Wray are named Ernst and Young Emerging Entrepreneurs of the Year. In April 2003, Betfair wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise, in the Innovation category, after being recommended by the Prime Minister and being assessed by the Department of Trade and Industry. In June 2003, Betfair signs a historic memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the UK Jockey Club. This memorandum is aimed at protecting and maintaining the integrity of horse racing.
In October 2003, Betfair signed a MoU with the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). In November 2003, Betfair becomes multilingual by launching services on its website in German, Danish, Greek, Italian, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish and Chinese. Along with this Betfair signs a training initiative with GamCare, a charity that promotes responsible attitudes to gambling. In January 2004, Betfair signed a MoU with the International Cricket Council, the governing body for cricket.
In March 2004, Betfair signed a MoU with the English Football Association, the organiser of the English Premier League. In April 2004, the company signed a MoU with Cricket Australia. In May 2004, Betfair launched its card game website as a licensee of Cryptologic, a company that develops licenses and supports internet based software and electronic commerce software. In July 2004, Betfair entered into a joint venture (JV) with Australia’s Publishing and Broadcasting Limited.