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Hawksford Racing at a glance

Level stakes
Only BSP

Based on level stakes of £10, Hawksford Racing has made £18545 profit in the last 12 months across 1171 horse racing tips (roughly 26 tips per week), giving an average monthly profit of £1752.

Tips/week
26
Avg. odds
24532.39
Win rate
16%
ROI
52.5%
Avg. profit/month
£1752Last 12 months

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I see betting as a mathematical science and have over 20 years' experience as a punter which has successfully progressed into managing a large stake betting syndicate for more than seven years. I generally offer 1-3 tips per day, and advise followers a 1% staking plan. I tend to look for underdogs I think will improve and outrun the odds on offer.


1% Staking Plan. I would also advise placing win bets only for better long term R.O.I, however each way betting is also an option for those looking for more consistency. I advise staking multiples with 1% maximum stake for each multiple, essentially no more than what you would stake on a single win/each way bet. There's also an option to use a 5% staking plan as there's such a small number of selections per day. This can be extremely lucrative during good runs. Please note: 5% staking relies on good runs of luck to work and should be considered high risk. So only a small starting bank is advised, maybe 5-10% of your overall bank, topping up at the start of each month/quarter.

Why multiples? Well, despite what amateurs may have you believe, due to their often lonesome experience & desire to limit losses for consistency. They tend to edit their strategy on past results and usually go against anything that opens the door to potential long runs of losses (multiples don't win that often) completely disregarding the whole concept of ODDS over PROBABILITY. However, in the real world of betting, professional punters have been plotting against bookmakers for a long time. And with the current technologies available to bookmakers for seeking out shrewd & consistent winners to restrict and ban, multiples are becoming even more and more common for plotters. For example, Barney Curley. The man who won over 2 million on a multiple over in Ireland not so many years ago, and the man who done it several times. Anyways, fame & glory aside, it's not that difficult to do the maths. The job of a tipster is to find you value selections, that will also be profitable at betfair starting price (Look at BSP figures to find out if your tipster is profitable at SP). Otherwise, You'll either join the queue of punters chasing the price down (which bookies love) (See Hugh Taylor and many others), most likely resulting in smaller odds (which will most likely mean you'll lose long term even though the tipsters stats will look profitable). And if you do miraculously manage to get the bets on at advised odds, you'll almost certainly be restricted by your bookmaker fairly quickly. So, that only leaves THE SP. Or betfair starting price (Essentially tips that the market doesn't see). Wait, where was I? Oh yeah the maths. So if your tipster is finding you value selections, or profitable tips at SP the market doesn't see, then why on gods earth would you not compound that value into multiples. I mean you only get 1,2,3 maybe 4 selections in a day. Of coarse the multiples won't win very often. But that doesn't matter. All that matters is the odds are better than the likelihood chance. Which if it is, you'll win long term no question. So by placing multiples you're creating more opportunities to take advantage of those very limited opportunities of value. Not only that, but you have a real chance of getting one over the bookies. Which you will, if the bets are value! And it's far more difficult to restrict and ban people who're betting multiples. SO..... to finish. It's important to mention that multiples must go along the same rules as single bets with proper staking plans etc etc. Think about it.

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