Hello all, for 2024 I thought we should get At The Races Tipsters Reviewed, I know that a lot of you look for their tips for horse racing either in the UK or the US so let’s see which one of their tipsters is the best.
The Best At The Races Tipster is…Hugh Taylor, you can read more below to find out why as we review the other At The Races tipster sin brief too.
At The Races Tipsters
Though we recommend some of the ATR tipsters the best horse racing tipsters list is where your main focus should be on long-term profit to low stakes.
Let’s get started then there are a fair few free tipsters on their website covering a lot of different countries’ horse racing events.
Hugh Taylor (UK Horse Racing)
Hugh Taylor offers daily horse racing tips for free either via his Twitter Account or on the At The Races website.
When looking at Hugh’s results his selections are pretty good overall each year he is turning a profit and as his selections are free each day there is not a lot wrong with it.
There are a lot of selections in general which is the main turn-off with his tips, averaging around 2-3 tips per day.
The main plus for Hugh Taylor is the in-depth records of his selections, he is easily their best horse racing tipster and the only one I would recommend following for the long term.
You can see Hugh’s full profit loss results for the last 15 years on the ATR website by clicking any of the links below.
Hugh Taylor Profit Loss Records By Year
You can view his monthly figures by clicking the links below:
2023 results ROI 1.27 +190 pts
2022 results ROI 1.12 +86 pts
2021 results ROI 1.40 +281 pts
2020 results ROI 1.13 +66.37pts
2019 results ROI 1.16 +101.38pts
2018 results ROI 1.55 +345pts
2017 results ROI 1.46 +282pts
2016 results ROI 1.44 +281pts
2015 results ROI 1.34 +207pts
2014 results ROI 1.32 +199.79pts
2013 results ROI 1.32 +210pts
2012 results ROI 1.31 +222.65pts
2011 results ROI 1.28 +302.64 pts
2010 results ROI 1.23 +324.79 pts
2009 results ROI 1.26 +500.36 pts
Tony Keenan (Irish Horse Racing)
Tony and Hugh are the two main At The Races tipsters, however, Hugh is the only one with an in-depth profit and loss record.
Tony offers insight into Irish Horse Racing including race previews and free Irish racing tips each week, but I cannot recommend following him without a record of his selections.
I also find it much harder to pick a winner in Irish Races than I do in the UK Horse Racing scene, but if Irish Racxing is your thing why not look him up for fun purposes.
Paul Quigley (US Horse Racing)
Paul is another USA horse racing tipster who offers daily previews on the racing over in the states, he offers free daily US horse racing tips, but there is no record kept though on how many of these win or lose.
It’s an easy passover for me but if you are into US Racing he can offer some insight into how races could play out and is another tool to use in your betting arsenal perhaps.
Barry Faulkner (US Racing)
If US Horse Racing is your thing you may have heard of Barry but the only downside is we can’t find any sign of a profit loss for his free daily US Racing tips.
The fact that he shares a name with a notorious conman is a little off-putting but, he offers daily previews and write-ups along with the odd free horse racing tip thrown in.
I wouldn’t bet on his selections other than for fun purposes and not for making money in the long run.
Gary Nutting (Ante Post Horse Racing)
Gary focuses mainly on Ante post picks, before we get started on how good or bad he is, make sure you understand what Ante post betting is before you get involved with it.
Each week he will offer up some free ante-post horse racing tips, you can get some cracking value from his tips but again ATR doesn’t seem to have a full profit loss record for Gary Nuttings ante-post picks so it is probably wise to not to invest too much time and money into them in the long run.
Tim Carroll (International Horse Racing)
Tim Carrol focuses on International horse racing from courses like Happy Valley in Hong Kong for example, I know International horse racing is getting more and more popular and is shown a lot more on TV these days but unless you know something about the horses, courses, trainers, jockeys, etc for yourself I wouldn’t recommend betting on his tips.
Another of their tipsters that does not have a profit loss record and for me that says it all really.
Laurent Barbarin (French Horse Racing)
Laurent is another horse racing tipster on the ATR website this time focusing on French horse Racing. I know nothing about French horses and wouldn’t bet on something I don’t know about to begin with.
If you do Laurent offers daily previews, and free French horse racing tips for his readers.
There is no profit loss record kept on his tips so therefore I cannot recommend him, however, he can offer some good insight with his race previews.
Dani Jackson (Greyhound Racing)
I am not a massive fan of betting on Greyhounds as it is a potluck type of affair.
A bump on a bend can wipe out any favourite or any selection for that matter in any race. Not to mention greyhounds doing odd things during races or simply not running as they should.
I wouldn’t be investing too much money into greyhound tips, but if it is your sport. Dani Jackson is someone worth following for the short term, again no visible profit loss on the At The Races website so, try at your own risk.
Lawrence Taylor – AT The Races Horse Racing Speed Ratings
Lawrence Taylor, you may well have heard of as his speed ratings is an alternative way of looking at horse racing form.
Speed ratings look a little like this
“BENEFICIARY (nap) hasn’t got a great strike rate to his name but did register a close-up second over this track and trip last week, and comes into today’s similar low-grade contest with a top figure of 67 to his name.
Blessed with a fair amount of natural speed, the selection is also likely to go well from near the front of what is predicted to be just a modest early pace.
Chalked up at 9-2 with bet365 at the time of writing, those odds or bigger should be taken.”
That is an example of the free horse racing speed ratings from Lawrence Taylor, he does have some winners but again there are a lot of these given out daily and there isn’t an in-depth record of whether they are profitable to follow long term.
This is something you can try for yourself and see if it does work, paper trading (not betting real money) at first perhaps.
At The Races Tipsters Reviewed – Conclusion
So it’s easy to say that most of the At The Races tipsters are there to offer mainly insight and shouldn’t be used for betting purposes if you want to make a profit at least.
Hugh Taylor is the only one of their horse tipsters that could be worth following in this way as there is a full track record for over 15 years of his tips which shows he is making consistent profits from his bets.
The main thing is you can use their predictions and write-ups for free, and maybe you can use them as part of your betting strategy or alongside your day-to-day fun betting.