King George VI Preview With Architect Tips

King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes Preview The King George Stakes is run over the 1m3f trip at Ascot and has produced some top-class winners such as MONTJEU, GALILEO, HURRICANE RUN, NATHANIEL, TAGHROODA, HARBINGER, CONDUIT and many, many more. The list of...
Why it’s crucial to follow a Betting System

Why it’s crucial to follow a Betting System

Why it's crucial to follow a Betting System My account Account details Billing address My subscriptions My payments Support Logout This post was written by Architect Tips. As professional tipsters we make no secret of the importance of sticking to a system. Imagine...
Irish Guineas from the Curragh

Irish Guineas from the Curragh

BIG RACE PREVIEWS Irish 2000 Guineas Preview 2017 This race has been won over the years by top-class horses such as KINGMAN, GLENEAGLES, MASTERCRAFTSMAN, DUBAWI and many more. This year will highlighted from Ballydoyle with the high-class CHURCHILL, who bids to...

Flat Breeding and what we can learn from it

A look at Flat Breeding with The Snout Back in November, I wrote an article on the importance of breeding within National Hunt racing, and how it can inform our betting proposition and create an angle within a race that perhaps the general betting public won’t have...
Irish Guineas from the Curragh

Scottish Grand National Preview with The Tower

THE highlight of Scotland’s jumps season has arrived and, after a fortnight basking in the glow of One For Arthur’s success at Aintree, focus north of the Border shifts to our very own edition at Ayr. The race in this part of the world has been run at Ayr...
Irish Guineas from the Curragh

Grand National Preview – The Big One

Our Tipsters talk Grand National The Tower THE big one. I can safely say this looks the most open renewal in many a year of the race we love the most. And come 5.15pm when those tapes go up, it will be anyone’s guess who holds the favourite’s chance. At...

Northern Trainers to Follow with The Tower

IF equality is your watchword, horse racing probably shouldn’t be your game. And nowhere has a gulf been more evident in recent years than the yawning gap between northern and southern training ranks. The recent Cheltenham Festival was just one crystal clear...
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