Wiltshire Racing Review

April 15, 2021
Wiltshire Racing Review

Welcome to this Wiltshire Racing review lets take a look at how this horse racing tipster from Tipsters Empire works and if it’s a profitable horse tipster overall for you as a new member

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About Wiltshire Racing

I was lucky enough to live close to Haydock Park as a youngster in the late seventies and I saw the likes of Night Nurse and Silver Buck in their prime and have been hooked on the sport ever since.

I subsequently moved to the South West and have combined a career in IT with a successful sideline in punting and horse racing journalism. I worked as a freelance writer/analyst for some big companies within the Horse Racing industry, providing race previews and tipping services.

I stepped back from the journalism side a number of years ago due to time pressure but continued to make decent profits from betting and was delighted to get the opportunity to do an extended trial for Tipsters Empire.

I think that their ethical and transparent approach is a breath of fresh air in an industry which is still frequented by some so-called tipsters making unsubstantiated claims about their capabilities.

In punting terms I specialise in handicap chases and to a lesser extent all aged middle distance flat turf handicaps.

To me having a view on how the race is likely to be run and the effect of the prevailing conditions, course type and trainer’s mode of operation is as important as a strict assessment of the relative merits of recent form, which is where most of the media analysis is usually focused.

I am often looking to play in races where I think one or two horses at the head of the market have been priced up too short in early prices and can be opposed, which is reflected in my average winning price using BOG being in excess of 6/1. For me it’s often easier to find a profitable edge into lower grade and lower profile races rather than for the big Saturday handicaps where the level of exposure is so much more intense and the market has been picked over for several days before the race.

I admire tipsters who can cover the whole gambit of 2yo turf races, All-Weather handicaps and novice hurdles etc but I find that I need to be highly selective and patient to succeed. Usually 8-12 selections would be an average number of tips per week.

It’s all about being able to unearth an angle into a race which isn’t fully factored into the price available and that’s what I am committed to delivering on behalf of my subscribers.

An Example Of A Winning Tip From Wiltshire Racing

19/03/2021 – 14:20 Fakenham – Sackett 10/1 – 1 point win

With significant question marks over some of the principals it may be worth anticipating a revival from Neil King’s Sackett. He has been out of sorts for a while now and the last time he completed a race was when 3rd at Hereford last Spring, beaten 5 lengths behind Ivilnoble and No No Juliet. He has been campaigned this season in much better races that this but the fact remains that 3 pulled up efforts leaves a big question mark over him. However he has always preferred better ground, and has run very well around this tight circuit in the past. In a race will little obvious pace on its likely he’ll get a positive ride. Zee Man jumped erratically last time and has questions to answer regarding the trip, and Annie Day doesn’t seem to be finishing her races though better ground may help.

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.

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