Win money betting on Irish racing
How useful is the formbook? Answer. Not very!!
We’ve all heard of Aidan O’Brien and Willie Mullins.
Jockeys like Rachel Blackmore and Oisin Murphy… or Ruby Walsh, AP McCoy and Mick Kinane from days gone by.
And we’re vaguely familiar with racecourses like Punchestown, Leopardstown and the Curragh.
But how much do we really know and understand about Irish racing?
Because without a fair degree of knowledge, and a reasonable working appreciation for the racing scene in Ireland… can we expect to follow it with any real hope of making a profit from Irish racing?
The answer is a resounding “NO”.
That’s why in my quest to provide truly insightful, and profitable Irish racing bets I’ve spent a long time (have I ever!) searching for someone who has their finger on the pulse, their ear to the ground… and their head in the game! In Ireland itself.
Because what urban myths will tell you, and experience has taught me, you don’t find a whole lot of Irish winners in the formbook.
The more likely source of betting success in the Emerald Isle is with the assistance of good “inside” information, razor-sharp race analysis, and a super accurate reading of the betting markets.
So here’s what you need to win…
I’ve unearthed a trusted, professional, and winning contact who operates the Irish Cash Consortium.
A service dedicated to providing winning Irish racing tips, and one that proves that it’s perfectly possible to make money from betting in Ireland.
My man-on-the-ground is based in Ireland, works within the betting industry and, crucially, has a number of well-based and long-standing contacts dotted around Ireland. All of which make him a winning punter in his own right, and the perfect source for those who want to make money by following his shrewd advice.
For more information about the service, and how to win big on Irish racing click here.
Before that, just to start the process of getting yourself familiar with Irish racing, below you’ll see a graphic to show all the racecourses of Ireland.
There’s a total of 26 different venues, with only two in Northern Ireland (Down Royal and Downpatrick) and a further two-dozen spread far and wide across the Republic.
Most offer National Hunt racing, plenty cater for the Flat, several cover both codes, and some are exclusively on the level – like Dundalk (All-Weather), Laytown (Sand) and The Curragh.
So that’s the long and short of it.
Ireland offers plenty of racing these days, with meetings most days of the week. And whilst, as stated above, it’s viewed by many as something of a “Bermuda Triangle” in terms of finding winners and making money… with the right information you most definitely can make it pay.
For further proof, check out the Irish Cash Consortium.
But always remember… ní dhéanfadh an soal capall rasa d’asal.