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I would recommend a 200 point betting bank for complete safety following these tips. If you are prepared to be a little more aggressive 150 points should be adequate.That may seem a little daunting to a beginner, I mean how are you supposed to get a 200 point bankroll? At £25 per point that’s £5000 and most people don’t have that kind of money lying around, what are you supposed to do?Well, let’s say you bet around £20 per week (change that to whatever figure applies to you) and that’s all you have; I recommend you bet £1 per point and leave any winnings in your betting accounts. Next week you add that week’s £20 to whatever you have from last week.Repeat that process until you have £200 dotted about in betting accounts. From that point on you bet at £1 per point and should never need to add to your bank again. Then it’s a case of upping your stakes at landmarks; £1.50 per point when your bank reaches £300, £2 at £400 etc.Once you decide upon a stake level and you have a 200 point bank you should never need to drop back down. If you do yoyo stakes you will find that you up your stakes just as a downswing hits or you drop stakes as the upswing hits! Sods law is alive and well in horse racing.Make a plan and stick to it, 200 points is more than enough to ride out even the most brutal of downswings and if you are of a nervous disposition then set your bank at 300 points.You will be surprised how quickly your betting bank snowballs especially if you are in a position to take advantage of free bets and bonuses by opening new bookmaker accounts.
I aim to get the tips sent out at 7:30pm the night before racing. Unfortunately this can’t always be done, so on busy days and some Saturdays the tips will be sent around 9:30am on the morning of racing. All members are made aware of when the next email is due if there is a change to the norm.We have a text notification service to ensure that you never miss an email.Tips can always be picked up directly from the website.The service is aimed at people with access to BOGs bookmakers. In my experience as a tipster and as a member of other services, if a tip is sent on the day of the race exchanges become more of an option for members and prices tend to crash very quickly, meaning that members who aren’t onto the email as it comes through can’t get the prices.