If you are an avid fan of horse races and regularly spend a good deal of time analyzing racing events, horses and jockeys to place winning bets as often as possible, you are probably looking for a program that will make it easier to systemize this information and predict the outcome of each race with greater accuracy. Race Betting Tips is exactly this type of software — easy to use, affordable and amazingly efficient!
Race Betting Tips is a powerful data analysis and prediction tool for all major Australian racing events. The software uses a set of advanced formulas and live statistical updates to generate accurate forecasts and betting tips. The program has a simple user interface and can be used by anyone. Just download a compact distributive and start the program. Please note that your computer must be online for the program to work as intended. Click the Download Race Meetings button to download all the available meetings and select the meeting date and place options using corresponding dropdown menus. Once the program has displayed the list of races, you can click a specific one to see tips and predictions.
The best way to improve your betting efficiency is to try Race Betting Tips in action, so if you are ready to move to a whole new level, don’t waste time and download the trial version right away!
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