Welcome to this Rendlesham Racing Review lets take a look at how this horse racing tipster from Tipsters Empire works and if it’s a profitable tips provider.
About Rendlesham Racing
As I was born in Suffolk and lived there all my life, I’m very lucky to be only an hour or two drive from many courses such as Newmarket, Yarmouth, Fakenham, and Chelmsford and have enjoyed several visits to watch the race with my dad.
I was always more of a football fan and follower as a child but got more and more into horse racing during my teens. The love of horse racing has always been in my family, with my Grandad part of the Elite Racing syndicate and my dad having been a keen race-goer from a young age. I always enjoy watching the racing whether it be at the track or at home, where me and my dad always like to have competitions between ourselves to see who can find the most winners and who can end the day with the most profit. Being a competitive person, I always wanted to beat him so I’d spend lots of time looking more into the horses form, trainer form and jockey form to try and beat him. That’s how I got into betting and tipping.
When it comes to research, I love looking for an inform horse but also an inform stable. I’m alway interested in looking through pedigrees when it comes to 2yr old and 3yr old top class racing, it can be a fascinating process. I would say I’m more of a flat fan than jumps but if I see some value in a jumps race, I won’t shy away from it.
Being only 21 years old, I’m still sporty and enjoy playing it and watching it, anything from football to darts. I’ve been a massive boyhood Ipswich Town supporter (I know, tough right!) and have held a season ticket since I was a child. I like to think I’m very up to date and knowledgeable when it comes to football so expect the odd football tip to be put up.
I’m always determined to find as good a value bet as I can and committed to sticking with the same approach and with what I believe is best to find winners. I’m really looking forward to helping fellow sport lovers, whether you’re a horse racing follower or football or both, make some profit. Let’s win together!
An Example Tip From Rendlesham
As per usual it’s a tough looking Scottish Grand National with a case could be made for several of these. However this horse is 3-5 over fences in his career and placed once and he’s a thorough stayer. He won at Musselburgh over 4m1f in the Edinburgh National, beating Dino Boy by a whopping 20L. He had that race sewn up from 4 out and drew clear in impressive style, jumping well and staying the trip very strongly.
His last run was in the Midlands Grand National, over 4m2f. He finished 2nd of 20 runners, beaten just a length by Time To Get Up. He was held up toward the rear and jumped well all the way and traveled strongly into the race. He was in front jumping the last but was headed up the run in, possibly just needing the line a little sooner. He’s up 5lb for that run and top jockey Tom Scudamore takes over from claiming jockey Blair Campbell. He has to be involved in the finish, he’s stays all day and the ground shouldn’t be to much of concern despite him possibly wanting it on the softer side of good so he wouldn’t want it to dry out anymore than what the ground is currently described as.
Trainer Lucinda Russell is in good form with a 33.33% strike rate over both fences and hurdles in the last two weeks. The yard have had 4 winners and 4 placed from 17 runners here in 2021.
What time are selections sent out?
Generally around 8am and 9.30am each morning.
What Betting Bank is needed?
150 points is the recommended start for your betting bank. If you use £5 per point – £750 betting bank, £10 per point – £1,500 betting bank and so on.
Once your betting bank increases by 75 points you increase your bet by 50%. £5 becomes £7.50, £10 becomes £15 and so on.
Once you are a paying member you will have access to their full staking plan which is explained in detail.
Is Payment Recurring?
No tipsters empire will get in touch before your membership ends and ask if you want to continue being a member or not.
Overall I would advise taking the 28 day trial of this new service in order to get the bigger picture on if it’s profitable for you or not going forward but early indications are this is a pro service and is well worth a try.