Racing Consultants: Could You Win If You Spent 12 Hours a Day Studying Form, Paddock Watching, Viewing Replays and Managing a Network of Contacts? What about if you spent years honing your skills, training your eye and keeping your ear to the ground? Author and Journalist Malcolm Gladwell says it takes 10,000 hours to become world class at an activity. That’s about 10 years of experience if you are living and breathing your passion. I’m pretty sure that if you put in that much time you would be a winning punter. But you probably don’t have the time or the means to survive financially while you put in the time. But what if you could piggy back, hang on to the coat tails, bet the same bets as somebody who has put in the time. Somebody who spends their days at the races and their evenings in the form book somebody who has worked their apprenticeship. That would make a huge difference, wouldn’t it? Two heads are better than one, though! What I want to tell you about today is better than that though, because we have two experts that have put in their 10,000 hours. Who spend their lives wrapped up in racing. Who get together on the phone each evening and discuss the next days racing and produce a plan. A report of what can win and what can’t. A report detailing what is value and what isn’t.