Betting Consultant

I’m sure you’ve heard bold claims like this before – so called “automated betting systems” that ENSURE you’ll make hundreds of thousands of pounds. Well, here’s the truth – any betting software is a complete SCAM! A computer cannot predict the outcome of a race. There is no pattern or algebraic formula, only good human observation and expertise. That’s what I’m offering you today – The Sharpest Betting Mind In The Business!

Just take a moment to think about how you’re going to spend that generous amount of cash…

If you have limited experience with betting – don’t worry! All the hardwork is done for you. In fact, you’ll need to work for less than 10 minutes per day!

I suppose it’s about time I introduced myself and shared with you a little about my decades of experience in horse racing… Firstly, my name’s Gareth Jones. Nice to meet you! I was introduced to betting at a fairly young age. My earliest memories of my father are of him being an avid punter. Week in, week out he’d be off to the bookies at any given opportunity. These memories are fond ones for me as he’d almost always take me along, if I wasn’t in school. I’d get to spend time with him and his friends and almost invariably one of them would have a bag of sweets for me, or a bar of chocolate. The way in which my father placed bets was entirely random. He’d pick a horse on a whim, flip a coin or ask a pretty girl in the local pub who she thought would win. As far as my father was concerned, there was no skill to betting – it was a game of luck and he loved every minute of it. My mother, however, wasn’t so enthusiastic. With far more losses than wins she’d say he was throwing our money down the drain. When I was a little older, my father would take me to the racetrack. I’d observe the horses; their physical state of health and fitness, their unique movements and the relationship they had with their rider. It was then that I realized that there was some skill to betting on the horses – it was more than just a game of chance.

As the years went on I became more and more interested in horse racing and took a part time job at the local betting shop when I was at college. I’d observe the betting behavior of the punters and how they could easily be led by the bookie or by offhand comments. When I was old enough to place bets myself I did so, based on everything I’d learned and observed from my years at the race tracks, working at the bookies and even some of the personal relationships I’d formed with industry insiders. It wasn’t long before I made enough money to…

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