Are you just after a tipping service? Long term they won't make you any good at making your own money trading.
You need to watch these videos first, sounds like you are a beginner: https://forum.betfairtradingcommunity.com/topic/3620/horse-racing-basic-training-software-instructions-guide
@julian-drake-clarke have a look at the member filters here: https://forum.betfairtradingcommunity.com/topic/3531/horse-racing-shared-strategies-megathread-downloads
@john-folan has been smashing it and shares winning trades daily on the horse thread: https://forum.betfairtradingcommunity.com/topic/1699/the-btc-horse-racing-thread
@martin A lot of potential traders are put off by the over sophistication of betting and tend to go with things such as tipsters or just backing a favourite. The reason is that its simple, no thought involved. It may be a rubbish way of trading but at least it was straight forward. This is key because whoever can create the most simple and easy to use software to reduce the chances of a horse losing, wins the entire market! Press a button, up pops the horse and the strategy, you collect your winnings.
Maybe that would be something to aim at.
@martin Thanks for the link,
I've only worked thru Adam's videos, so this is going to be the next video on my training. Consider me the most basic of traders (reads The Sun, eats tons of Jaffa Cakes and spends time down the pub with 'The Lads'), so if you can get me going then anyone else is going to be a breeze.
The monthly ££ margin between getting Football/Tennis and then adding Horse Racing is pretty big, so I was kinda hoping for a more automated version. Not quite all done for me but at least something more accurate than Timeform. So, yes, a daily email like the one that I get for football would be ideal. Yes, I can see the software is a powerhouse of information but why will it make me a better trader and bring me in more ££? Why is this better than, for example, Bethbet or Winningmore or any of the others? How reliable is past performance of a horse going to be an indicator of future results? I would think that simplifying the process would be worth paying the extra, rather than complicating it with form stats. Extra ££ should mean less work rather than more.
Just finished the 10th video by Adam, so I need to go lie down now
(just used this emoji for no better reason than I've never used it before....don't be reading anything into it!)