There’s A Reason The Most Successful
Tipsters And Bettors Use THIS Software
Yes, you read that right. Some of the most successful and well known tipsters use my ratings and techniques to find their selections.
But first… let me introduce myself.
My name is Michael Wilding, and I’m the creator of the Racing Dossier software and the Race Advisor.
I want to share with you how I discovered the secret to developing horse racing ratings that some people are saying:
My journey to creating what I believe to be some of the best horse racing ratings available was not quick and easy.
It was long and slow, I made many mistakes and it took place over multiple continents.
The place that everything changed for me was in the U.S.
But, I’m jumping ahead of myself. Let me start at the beginning.
I used to be a form reader.
There’s nothing fancy about what I did, I simply put in the hours to find selections.
And by hours, I mean hundreds of them!
My speciality is flat sprint racing, and when I was form reading every day it would take me an average of 1.5 to 2.5 hours to analyse a single race.
I was super-targeted on the races that I would consider, and I began my analysis between 5am and 6am every day.
That meant that by the time the days racing was beginning, I’d be available to place my bets.
But even though I’d analysed two or three races a day, that didn’t mean I placed a bet.
Sometimes the odds were just not high enough, or non-runners changed the of the race and I would leave it alone.
It wasn’t unusual for me to go days without a bet.
And I’ve got to tell you, you need the patience of a saint if you’re spending six hours a day analysing races only to not place a bet for days on end.
It was back in 2004 when I’d managed to only place three bets in nearly two months, that I decided I needed a break.
This Was The Break
That Ended Up Changing My Life
Back then, when I went on holiday, I never planned what country I was going to travel to. My formula for destination choice was:
Unfortunately this doesn’t work now because you get charged more, not less, for last minute tickets.
But back then, you could pick up tickets all around the world incredibly cheaply doing this.
Anyway, it was following this formula that I found myself on a British Airways flight to Los Angeles.
To me there’s nothing better than landing in another country. Except, landing in another country you haven’t been to for a while and love.
And, for me, Los Angeles is one of those places.
I’d spent a lot of time there back in the early 2000’s and and hadn’t been back since.
So, as I walked off the plane, I breathed in that warm Californian air and headed towards the taxi rank.
For the first few days I just kicked back and relaxed. I didn’t want to do anything and that’s exactly what I did.
But then… I started to get restless.
You see, I can only spend a certain amount of time doing nothing. And then I get bored.
When that happens my brain starts turning and I have to get up, take action and start making things happen.
I’m sure you know exactly what I mean.
Anyway, the first thing I decided to do was head over to Santa Anita racetrack.
If you’ve never been to the races in the U.S., I can tell you that there’s an INSANE amount of racing.
I love it.
But I’ve got to be honest, I wasn’t betting on the races. I was just looking at the race cards and mulling over the form. It had been a while since I’d bet on U.S. racing, and it’s very different to UK racing so I wanted to make sure I got it right.
But I was on holiday. There was no way I was going to spend six hours a day analysing form.
Instead I enjoyed watching the races and chatting to the regulars.
And that’s when it happened.
You see, in the U.S. they love horse racing ratings.
In fact everything is about the data available.
They don’t understand why we do it the way we do in the UK.
It was on one particularly beautiful day that one of the regulars I’d met at the track turned around to me and said…
“Why don’t you just create a rating that measures whatever you spend hours every day analysing. Even if it takes you 100 hours to develop it, surely it will save you time in the long run.”
To be honest, I’d never thought about it.
But of course, if I could convert what I analysed every day into a single number, it would mean I could find my selections in an hour or less.
I Felt The Adrenalin
Pumping Through My Veins
On the way home I couldn’t stop thinking about the possibilities.
Not only would I be able to find selections in less than an hour, I’d also be able analyse more races and find more bets.
The possibilities were endless.
If you’re anything like me, when an idea grips you there’s nothing to do except start making it happen.
I can’t sleep or think of anything else.
Now, the first problem I knew I was going to have was determining exactly what I needed to measure.
But I figured I could spend the night solving that, and then move on the day after.
Twelve hours later it was 10am the following day and…
…I had nothing.
I’d come up against one major problem.
When I analysed a race, I considered everything from multiple angles.
For example, if I looked at speed I would consider:
I just couldn’t see how it would be possible to put all this information into a single number.
In only twelve hours my idea had been shattered.
And that’s the way it would stay for nearly a year.
But, in all that time the concept never left me. I was always on the look out for a possible way to convert my knowledge into a single figure.
In a minute, when you find out how easy this turned out to be, you’re going to laugh at me for not seeing it sooner.
It’s funny how you can miss something so obvious!
Anyway, about a year later I had the opportunity to work with some of the developers of models for major betting syndicates.
The kind of syndicates that are turning over $500 million a year.
And, when I saw those models, everything clicked into place for me.
You see the models that these syndicates use rely on ratings. Everything is measured and… they do it from every possible angle!
That’s right, they measure every possible angle.
I mean… why didn’t I think of that.
There was no need to having a single number for my speed analysis. If I needed five, ten or even more ratings to allow me to measure a horse’s speed performance in a variety of different ways, then I could just create as many ratings as was needed.
After all, different race conditions require you to look at your factors from different angles.
If I had a rating for every angle, that would allow me to to consider every race every day.
It Was As If A Veil Had
Been Lifted From My Eyes
I began work developing my ratings immediately. It was work that took me two years to complete.
Well, to be honest it’s not even complete today as I continue to develop new ratings that measure a horse’s performance from different angles.
What I discovered changed everything…
Not only could I analyse races faster, but I was finding new ways of analysing runners that I’d never dreamed of.
I discoverd that… there was no limit to the amount of profitable angles that can be found.
It just requireded having the right tools in place to enable it to be done.
For the next six years I used my ratings in private.
And then… I was working with a client who asked if he could access my ratings.
After all, he said, if there’s potentially unlimited profitable angles then it doesn’t matter if other people have access to them.
And he had a point.
Which is how the Racing Dossier was born!
The Racing Dossier is a unique tool that currently contains over two hundred ratings. That means there are no two people who use it in exactly the same way.
Since the software was launched in 2012, I’ve helped professional bettors and tipsters improve their profits and speed up their selection process.
It’s even been responsible for launching some of the most profitable tipsters currently running services.
But it’s not just for professionals.
It’s designed for anybody who wants to make a profit from their betting.
It doesn’t matter if you just want to bet on Saturdays or if you want to bet every day.
Some of our recent successes include:
But I’ve got to be honest with you, this software isn’t for everyone.
I firmly believe that the only way to be successful in your betting, is to understand exactly what type of bettor you are and then to build strategies that work for YOU.
Everyone has different bankrolls, risk levels and time available. And if your strategy doesn’t fit with your personal comfort zone, then you will never succeed.
Which is why I work with everyone to help them develop their own personal strategies.
But that means you have to put in some effort.
So if you’re looking for automatic selections or push-button software then… this isn’t for you.
Because I’m going to be asking you questions and getting you to spend time understanding the ratings so that you can become a profitable bettor in your own right.
In short… I’ll expect you to put in the time to work on your betting.
After all, that’s the reason the Racing Dossier counts so many successful bettors, professional punters and tipsters amongst it’s number.
If you’re not prepared to put in some effort, then you should navigate away from this page now.
If you’re still reading, then you may be ready to use what some punters call the “Most Powerful Betting Tool” they’ve ever come across.
It was important to me to make the Racing Dossier available to everybody. Which is why I’m only asking for a contribution of £49.75 per quarter.
But I only want to work with people who are seriously determined to make their betting pay.
And I only have so many hours available in the day.
This means I have to be sure you’re ready for the Racing Dossier software to change your life.
If you believe that you’re ready, then confirm the details below:
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When you join the Racing Dossier you’ll not only get access to some of the most powerful horse racing ratings in existence. You’ll also get access to:
Here are what others are saying about Michael and the Racing Dossier…
I’m looking forward to working with you and making your story the next success.
All the best,
(A.K.A. The Race Advisor)