Interview with Value Favs : Horse Racing Tipster
1.How did you first get into sports betting?
It was around ten years ago when I went to my local racetrack with friends for a ‘birthday knees up’!
It was the first time I had ever been to horse racing meeting and thoroughly enjoyed it. I guess I caught the bug then and it has slowly grown from there.
2.At what point did you realise that you can make some real money from sports betting?
Quite early on. Although I was late becoming a bettor I have always had an eye for detail and statistics and it wasn’t long before I was making my betting pay. In my first year I made significant profits and I have steadily made more year on year.
3.How did you come to select Horse Racing as your chosen sport?
As mentioned earlier, my first taste of sports betting was when I visited a racing meeting. I have never swayed from racing and don’t really have any other interest in other sports.
4.Are there any particular events that you look forward to throughout the year?
To be honest no. I tend to enjoy the run of the mill daily race meetings. I tend to find there is better value to be had than at the bigger meetings where favourites seem to offer less value.
5.What was your best ever bet?
This was at my first ever visit to a racecourse and it was a £2 Win.
Not sure if it was beginners luck, but I remember it won!
6.What kind of factors do you evaluate before making a selection?
There are many such as field size, ground conditions, recent form, trainer & jockey form. But the most important, is there enough value to be had.
7.What has been the biggest influence on your betting career?
I have to be boring and say there hasn’t been one. I simply got in to horse racing because I enjoyed it and found that I could make good money from it.
8.Do you have any future plans in regards to your service?
I want to become recognised as one of the best tipsters in the country that offers fantastic value. I aim to grow my brand and help as many other bettors to win as much money as possible.
9.What has been the biggest challenge you’ve faced in your betting career?
I have to say I have been fortunate and not had many challenges.
I approached Tipster Street around a year ago and they were happy to start proofing my selections. I had approached other platforms but Neil at Tipster Street was very welcoming and I was surprised by his professionalism. With their guidance there has been no major challenges.
10.How do you balance your betting time and family life?
I’m quite fortunate as I’m semi-retired so the time factor isn’t a problem. I also have a technique to find winners that has been successful till now, so I don’t have to spend to much time each day on finding my selections.
11.Do you have a favourite horse that you follow regularly?
12.How do you keep calm when you hit a run of losing bets?
Thankfully due to the type of horses I advise I don’t have to many long losing runs. All tipsters have losing periods however, so I feel it’s important not to panic and continue to do what has worked the majority of the time.
13.How do you organise your bank management?
Personally I use 2% stakes on all selections from my morning bank. I re-evaluate my bank at the end of play each day.
Tipster Street are currently offering a Profit Builder Plan with all Lifetime Memberships of my service. We are undergoing a £100 to £50’000 challenge using my tips. We are currently ahead of our target and I hope that we have made a number of member’s significant money in a few years’ time.
14.What is the best reason you could give to anyone who was thinking about following your Horse Racing Tipster service?
I offer a good service with a high win strike rate that enables bettors to invest with confidence. This is backed up by a very professional Tipster Street platform.
I also offer outstanding value with a quarterly subscription at just £39.95 this works out a just 42 pence per day.
My service is yet to have a losing month and has averaged over 25 points profit per month to date.
A Big thank you to horse racing tipster Value Favs for taking his time to answer our questions.