Books published by Raceform Ltd at best prices | Best of Raceform Ltd (13 books)

Value Seeker: The Betting System

Value Seeker: The Betting System

The Value Seeker System searches out the best value bets each day from racing that takes place in Britain, using a copy of the Racing Post and following a strong set of Statistics allied with some simple aspects of form. With practice, selections can be found within ten minutes each morning and placed before racing takes place. There is no reason to get emotionally involved betting on live racing as the author believes this is most punters' downfall. Professional punter Anthony Gibson's system has performed extremely well over the last ten years. In an 18-month period up to the end of 2014, his Value Seeker betting system has earned GBP138,000 to GBP100 bets. By following the system you could soon be backing good value winners overlooked by the General betting population.

Henry Cecil: Trainer of Genius

Henry Cecil: Trainer of Genius

Updated paperback edition of the racing book of 2013. For more than four decades the elegant, slightly foppish figure of trainer Henry Cecil had been adulated by racing fans. He handled countless top horses - his 25 English Classics include four Derby winners - and won dozens of big races around the world. But his story is far from a chronicle of unbroken success. A sharp downturn in his racing fortunes in the late 1990s was accompanied by all manner of Personal trials, including well publicised marital problems and then cancer, but the dogged manner in which he has climbed back to the top was rewarded in 2011 by the presence in his Newmarket yard of the wonder horse Frankel. Based on extensive Research and interviews with those closest to Cecil, it is shot through with Brough Scott's unparalleled inside knowledge of the sport. Winner of the Horse Racing Book of the Year at the 2014 British Sports Book Awards.

Horses in Training 2017

Horses in Training 2017

Horses In Training is a rarity. On the surface this book contains a mass of Tables and information on racing. However its timing, just before the Cheltenham Festival and the start of the new Flat Season is crucial. Perhaps it is the fact that after a long winter, the early spring brings with it the hope of summer months of fabulous racing. Which trainers' young hopefuls will turn into the the princes and princesses they all hope for? The book lists, in alphabetical format, British, Irish and French trainers, their horses, the owner and breeder of each horse, foaling dates of two year olds, and the trainer's address and phone numbers. Fully indexed, it has over 200 pages of statistics.

Rs. 1171.0

Doped: The Real Life Story of the 1960s Racehorse Doping Gang

Doped: The Real Life Story of the 1960s Racehorse Doping Gang

Doped is the gripping true-story racing thriller set in Britain in the 1950s and early 1960s. Combining a potent mix of horse racing, drugs, sex, class, crime, Gambling and the monarchy, it tells the true story of one of the biggest doping scandals in British racing history. In March 1962 an audacious attempt to nobble one of the royal horses alerted police to a well organised band of racecourse criminals, backed by murderous London gangsters. The subsequent Flying Squad pursuit of the gang brought the quaintly deferential World of racing into sharp conflict with the harsher realities of the 'You've Never Had It So Good' era. This also coincided with the birth of the annual Dick Francis novel. The cast of characters is headed by William Roper, a debonair ex RAF Sergeant turned oddsmaker. His team included an ex jockey, numerous underpaid stable lads, an upper class Gambling addict and a violent Professional gangster who went on to Face charges with the Kray twins in 1969. But the most fascinating member of Roper's firm was a beautiful and selfpossessed young Swiss woman called Micheline Lugeon who became the bookmaker's lover.

The Betting Edge: Joining the Two Per Cent of Profitable Gamblers

The Betting Edge: Joining the Two Per Cent of Profitable Gamblers

In his fourth book on betting and horse racing, Dr David-Lee Priest sets out to arm punters with a Sweeping analysis of profitable approaches. "The Betting Edge" Covers every aspect of betting successfully in the Internet age including strategy, psychology, money management, spread betting, the exchanges, and practical recommendations to help you win money. David-Lee Priest has a wealth of experience in analysing horse performance data and includes working as a racing journalist for a Regional newspaper and serving as a Horse Racing trader for a spread-betting firm. His Work in Sport Psychology has resulted in a string of academic papers, magazine articles, and media interviews including an appearance on the BBC's "Breakfast Show" in 2010.

Books published by Raceform Ltd at best prices | Best of Raceform Ltd (13 books)

Books published by Raceform Ltd at best prices | Best of Raceform Ltd (13 books) Price
Value Seeker: The Betting System Rs. 474.0
Henry Cecil: Trainer of Genius Rs. 679.0
Horses in Training 2017 Rs. 1171.0
Doped: The Real Life Story of the 1960s Racehorse Doping Gang
The Betting Edge: Joining the Two Per Cent of Profitable Gamblers Rs. 839.0
In Search of the Winning System Rs. 950.0
RFO Flat Racing Guide 2013 (Racing & Football Outlook)
Trainers Flat Statistics 2013
Horses in Training 2013
Racehorse Record Flat 2013
100 Winners: Horses to Follow Flat 2013
The Form Book Flat Annual for 2013
The Dark Horses Annual 2013

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