Welcome to the TPS strategies page!
We want you to get the best out of our ratings. We know that our ratings are by far the best in the country, but we understand that it can be a little daunting at first, and some new members have a hard time finding a way to make regular profits. So here are some of the most profitable strategies that our current long standing members are using.....
Please take your time to read through them, check out the results and get involved on the relevant forum pages. The best way to learn and to profit is by working together and interacting, so don't be afraid to post comments on the forum.
The strategies outlined below are proven strategies, most of which have been devised by our members. The TPS ratings provide a solid strike rate and results are very consistent. This is a great starting base for any strategy!
Our Proven Strategies With Full Up to Date Results
Jason's Dutching Strategy
I have been 'dutching' the 1st and 2nd rated horse, starting with the first
race of the day, here are the rules:
Set my daily target, i.e £10. £20, £50 or whatever you are comfortable with.
1) Skip the race if one of the top 2 rated is a non runner
2) Skip the race if one of the horses is 'odds on'
3) split your stake with the intention of winning your profit target regardless of which horse wins (there are lots of handy calculators that will work this out for you)
4) If they both lose, repeat for the next race but this time you add the losses from the previous races!
5) We stop after 5 consecutive losses or 15% of bank is gone.
Usually there is a winner within the first few races which ensures us a guaranteed profit on the day.
What is 'Dutching' and How Do I do It?
For those of you who are not familiar with Dutching, then basically Dutching means to bet on more than 1 horse in the same race, then calculate your stake so that if any of your horses win, you make a profit!
In our case, this Dutching strategy involves backing 2 horses in the same race, in fact its the TPS Ratings top 2 rated horses.
2NdRPlaceLAY's (4 Max Odds)
Employing the TPS 2nd Rated Selections Lay all under 4 BSP.
This Strategy is designed to play a sequence of bets until an overall profit is achieved, each time we encounter a losing bet the next stake in the staking plan is placed on the next Lay bet, continue increasing the stakes for each bet until the overall win in the sequence is achieved.
Staking Plan is shown on the results page for this strategy.
In the proofing shown we began with £500 working bank and £1500 reserve bank, but we do not envisage using the reserve bank unless we encounter a run that we have not observed nor anything near to date.
The gearing for this staking began at 0-001% of the staring bank of £500 which mean't the first stake was just £0.50p the next staking increments in a loosing sequence would be as per 2nd stake below:-
1st Stake = 0.001% of £500 = £0.50
2nd Stake = Stake 1 * 2.20
3rd Stake = Stake 2 * 2.25
4th Stake = Stake 3 * 1.33
5th Stake = Stake 4 * 1.33
6th Stake = stake 5 * 1.33
7th Stake = Stake 6 * 1.33
8th Stake = Stake 7 * 1.32
9th Stake = Stake 8 * 1.28
10th Stake = Stake 9 * 1.25
11th Stake = Stake 10 * 1.24
12th Stake = Stake 11 * 1.24
13th Stake = Stake 12 * 1.23
14th Stake = Stake 13 * 1.22
15th Stake = Stake 14 * 1.22
16th Stake = Stake 15 * 1.21
17th Stake = Stake 16 * 1.21
18th Stake = Stake 17 * 1.19
19th Stake = Stake 18 * 1.18
20th Stake = Stake 19 * 1.17
21st Stake = Stake 20 * 1.16
22nd Stake = Stake 21 * 1.15
23rd Stake = Stake 22 * 1.14
24th Stake = Stake 23 * 1.13
25th Stake = Stake 24 * 1.12
26th Stake = Stake 19 * 1.11
27st Stake = Stake 20 * 1.10
28nd Stake = Stake 21 * 1.09
29rd Stake = Stake 22 * 1.08
30th Stake = Stake 24 * 1.07
You will very rarely ever need all these stakes but even if you need to go half way the actual loses in the sequence will be reduced by some winning (in our case losing Lay Bets) So far I have never been uncomfortable during even the worst runs I have experienced.
Once the overall gain is achieved the sequence stops and Ideally another begins at the starting stake and so on. (you could if you choose to simply stop for the day if a profitable sequence is achieved.
In the case of the daily roster, finishing without concluding a winning sequence, continue the bets the next day (or when ever you are able) following on from where we finished on the staking plan.
The real benefit with this strategy is the longer the conclusion takes, the higher the stakes become, but because this is based on Lay betting the strike rate is reasonably high, which means the overall sequence deficit in an in-concluded run is considerably reduced by the frequent Lay's (or loosing Bets) along the way. Therefore normally by the time the 'OVERALL' winning bet occurs the raised stakes yield an 'enhanced profit'.
I recommend a working bank (for our proofing we use £500) but you should use whatever you are comfortable with) and a reserve bank of three times the start bank (£1500)to begin with. My first stake began at £0.50 (or 0.001% of the working bank of £500), each stake then rise as shown in the staking plan until an overall profit is achieved in the sequence.
Although the first stake is very small the compounding factor still allows very good long term growth, in fact the first month produced well over 60% growth on the start bank, so 60% growth month on month would be VERY rewarding as we continually add the profits and grow the stakes slowly and surely.
In fact the early proofed records show over £830 profit in just six weeks, and that's from a starting working bank of £500.
Each time I achieve a concluded winning sequence, I share the profits between the working bank, which compounds the staking plan, and the reserve bank which builds up to provide us with additional 'INSURANCE' should we encounter any difficult runs.
This is the way I manage the strategy and is exactly reflected in the proofed results.
Strategies Submitted By TPS Members
The strategy works as follows – (you can use what ever multiple you choose)
I bet either £10/20/30/40/50 or mostly £20/30/40/50/60 resetting back to £10 or £20 after each winner.
We provide our top 2 rated horses for every race. We will be using the 1st rated horse.
If the 1st rated is a non runner we often use the 2nd rated as this becomes the 1st rated by default. But you can choose to skip any races where the 1st rated isnt declared.
In addition you should set a daily profit target and if you hit it, stop regardless of where you are in the 90 min strategy.
For example, the 2nd race yesterday Azure Amour won at 5/1 – £30.00 x 5/1 banked £150.00 less the £20 from the 1st race loser means a net of £130.00. I actually stopped at that point as I like to make £100 a day if possible.
You must also have a stop loss – mine is the £50 or £60 last bet – it means there has been 5 continuous losing bets.
So I can lose either £150.00 or £200.00 on any one day. I also dont bet EVERY Day – We do not include Saturdays and Sundays in our results as I don't find it worthwhile betting on these days!
Jame's Prize Points Strategy
This is a PROVEN strategy that works along side the TPS ratings. This strategy was devised by ‘James’ who is one of our long standing members. James has spent a lot of time perfecting this strategy and his efforts have paid off with a very profitable system.
"I have been a member now for 5 months and firstly I would like to say a huge thank you and well done to everyone who contributes on the forum. The information and advice offered is unbelievable!!"
It has taken the 5 months to now settle on a strategy that suits both my style of betting and profit targets. I have taken Matt’s advice and used the ratings and also done a little bit of my own research and hard work! Therefore, my strategy begins the night before a days racing as soon as prices are posted on the Racing post website.
I limit my betting to races containing 8 runners or less and quickly go through all cards to find them – this varies from 6 races a day to 12 on busy days later in the week. All race types except sellers and claimers are included.
I then use an old rating method that has previously served me well to rate the top horses in each race. The rating system is:
Score the horse for his last 3 runs – 5pts for a win, 3 pts for 2nd, 2 pts for a 3rd and 1pt for a 4th.
- If the horse has won over course award 2pts
- If the horse has won over distance award 3pts
- If the horse has won over course and distance award 4 points
- If the horse has been a beaten favourite award 2 pts
- Finally if the horse is in the first 3 of the betting award 3 points.
- Therefore a maximum score for a horse would be 24 pts.
To this score I then add the horses RPR (Racing Post Rating).
To this I then allocate a score depending on the price of the horse at that given time. This scoring is as follows:
- Evens – 23
- 11/10- 21
- 6/5 – 21
- 5/4 – 20
- 11/8 – 19
- 6/4 – 18
- 13/8 – 17
- 7/4 – 16
- 15/8 – 16
- 2/1 – 15
- 9/4 – 14
- 5/2 – 13
- 11/4 – 12
- 3/1 – 11
- 10/3 – 11
- 7/2 – 10
- 4/1 – 9
- 9/2 – 8
- 5/1 or longer 7
- A score of 24 is given to odds on horses regardless of price.
Therefore an example would be:
2.15 @ Lingfield – Aurora Grey
Form Score – 17
RPR – 75
Price when calculated – 11/8 – 19
Total – 111
Once all races are covered I then wait until the morning to check my scores with Matts ratings and also Richards matched ratings. If the same horse comes up as top rated then it is a selection.
I combine selections in yankees, trixies etc but they can also be bet in singles.
The strike rate has been very high ranging from 40% to 75% most days and there have even been a couple of days with a 100% strike rate.
Pipping's PRS Strategy
Pippin has had amazing success with this simple but effective strategy. If you are looking for a quick solution
So guys and gals, I thought I’d better share this Place Recovery System with you which is operates at 100% success (according to my records) and it is a slight play on some of the strategies we’ve seen before.
So how does it work:-
- Use Betfair Exchange standard place option.
- Matt’s first rated horse is always the preferred selection with the second rated in default.
- We want odds between 1.6 and 3.5.
- Races should have 6 plus horses
- If the first rated is below 1.6 to place we move to the second rated and if neither are an option we swerve.
- Your daily profit should be no more than 1% of your bet bank.
- You calaculate your target profit/stake so e.g. If looking for £25 use the Jonny Bravo formula 25×1.06=£26.5/odds – 1 (so if 1.6, 0.6)=stake. If a race loses you add the lost stake to 25 and apply the formula again.
- STOP AT WIN.
- Stop loss is 5 races but I don’t think you’ll need it.
TPS Rated Top Jockey/Trainer Selection Process
- Open up SportingLife.com and make a note of the following – date, venue, time, top jockey (by number of wins), top trainer (by number of wins), name of horse being ridden by top jockey, name(s) of horse(s) trained by top trainer (list them all if more than 1), how many naps for each selection (if any or 0 if none), number of runners, race type (as detailed at the top of the page on SL.com). If the same horse is ridden and trained by the top jockey and top trainer, then just make a note of the one horse.
NOTE: if there is more than one jockey or trainer with the same amount of wins, then go by highest percentage. If still the same, list them all.
- Open up the TPS ratings and make a note of which horses on the above list are rated 1st or 2nd. Eliminate the rest (we are only interested in the TPS rated selections that match).
- Now eliminate any selections that are in the following race types – Hunter’s Chase, NHF (National Hunt Flat) or Novice Handicap Hurdle
- Focusing on the 1st rated horses first, eliminate any selections that are in races of 4 or less runners and 10 or more runners. Only races of 5 to 9 runners should remain. (This should only be at time of checking and doesn’t matter if non-runners occur afterwards).
- Now eliminate any 1st rated selections that are running in AW Handicap and are NOT napped. Only horses that are 1st rated in an AW Handicap and napped should remain.
- Now focus on the 2nd rated horses. Eliminate any races with 3 or less and 12 or more runners. Only races with runners between 4 and 11 should remain.
- Finally, eliminate any 2nd rated horses running in a Handicap Hurdle.
- The remaining horses are the qualifying selections for the day.
Here is a list of possible profitable staking plans –
Plan #1 – Level staking – 1pt on each selection every day.
Plan #2 – Progressive staking – 1% of bank on each selection every day. As the bank grows, so does the stake.
Plan #3 – Profit target – staking a certain amount on the first selection to win a specific amount, using loss recovery and stopping at a winner or after 5 losses. Avoid odds-on selections.
Fun bet – EW lucky 15. Take the first 4 selections and put them in an EW lucky 15.
Small sample of typical day
More strategies to be added soon.....
Carls Double Match System
Horse Racing Strategy
Considered one of the most popular racing betting strategies, dutching is a process which ensures that even when you bet on several horses, you will make the same profit regardless of which horse ends up winning.
Although you may believe dutching is not worth the money, there is a reason behind the madness – the mathematical way of calculating can be highly efficient when wanting to bet a specific amount.
Dutching can become a successful horse racing strategy when you decide how much you’re willing to bet and then work out the profits, regardless of how the race turns out.
Another horse racing betting strategy involves a more general method that can be applied to many betting opportunities. The goal is to maximise profits over time and there is a clever way to do so.
For example, let’s say that you have identified a selection that has been given an odds price of 2/1, but you believe that there might be a higher winning chance than that. If your calculations are correct, then you have a good value bet.
Of course, no horse racing betting system can guarantee complete success, but at least you will get the chance to improve your handicapping skills.
Horse Racing Rating Systems
Horse racing has been around for generations and it can seem increasingly hard to make your mark in an oversaturated market. If you’re looking for horse racing advice, it’s important to start by understanding the rating system – a way of scoring a horse’s performance and examining its potential in winning or performing well in a race.
- Speed – past and present
- The reliability of the horse’s form
- The current race – what elements are in this horse’s favour?
Having access to the horse racing rating systems can be hugely profitable and you can typically refer to either the official or speed ratings. However, the problem is identifying the most profitable horse racing system when bookmakers also have access to the same information.