It’s a new year. New beginnings. Time to once again set yourself the target of beating the bookie. This time in 2021.
It’s time for me to offer you membership of VG Tips for the reduced sum of £99. That equals £8.25 a month for twelve months of horse racing and football betting analysis and tips.
Sign up to VG Tips here – on any day in January – and you will receive all that and more from me on a regular basis and for one year.
My long established selections service is about so much more than offering people a few betting tips. Subscribers – or as I prefer to call them, members – receive detailed analysis for racing and football fixtures.
On the racing front, I offer ante-post previews and selections and, the day before racing, research and tips for the best quality race meetings staged in the UK an Ireland. This includes all the big festivals, such as that staged at Cheltenham each March, along with my regular ‘Something for the Weekend’ betting tips.
All the top quality jumps and flat racing action is analysed by me on behalf of members who do not have the time to do the research themselves. You can join as a recurring monthly member but you’ll save £100 if you sign up here for a full year.
Football never seems to stop these days. VG Tips members receive from me analysis, opinion and betting tips for games played in the English and Scottish leagues, along with some European divisions and, of course, the Champions League. The European Championships and World Cup are also part of the package in the years that those competitions are staged.
Over the years I have received countless complimentary messages from very happy subscribers. Many have been with me for years. Some literally for decades. So I must be doing something right. Read some reactions here.
In any year, punters have good days and bad days. That’s normal. You shouldn’t bet on sport unless you first accept that it can at times be akin to taking a roller coaster ride. Any punter needs to have the mental make up to withstand days when a last minute penalty or a horse falling at the final fence results in you losing a bet. But you must equally be able and willing to celebrate the great days. For there will be many of those and, come the end of a year of punting, you will have had many more good days than bad ones. You will have finished the year ahead of the bookie. It can be done. I know. I’ve done it.
If you enjoy winning more than you hate losing, perhaps it is time you joined VG Tips for one year. Mine is a personal service. Not a detached one. It’s just me offering racing tips and only me and Scottish football expert Robert Ryan offering football tips.
There’s no bookie behind me pulling my strings. They are the enemy of all profitable punters. U have no whizz kids working for me. talking algorithms or speaking to you in lingo only they would understand. I keep it plain and simple. I ask members to read my analysis which is sent out to them by e-mail the day before racing and football takes place. They can also see all that information in their own, secure members’ enclosure at the website. I suggest they then make their own minds up as to whether they place a bet or not. I do not tell people they must do this or that. I do not get involved in how often they bet or with what sums. As is the case for me, it is always about personal responsibility.
But, as has been the case since 1998, I am here to guide them on the path to profitable punting. All the while learning from my own personal betting experiences acquired across the years. Teaching them what to do and, crucially, what not to do. I reply personally to queries and questions from my lovely and loyal members of VG Tips. I am not some detached person who ignores them. To my mind we are all in this together. Our mission, should you wish to accept it, is to make an additional annual income from betting on racing and football.