Rob here from Form Ratings.
Now this may surprise you a little, but I’m NOT a big horse racing fan. I actually rarely watch the racing, and have only been to a handful of race meetings to watch it live.
I’m more of a “statto” and what I enjoy is working with our members in our private group to find and create betting systems and strategies.
One of the huge benefits of this is that I’m not blinded by the romance of following a particular horse/stable/jockey, but rather let the numbers do the talking.
Form Ratings is NOT a Tipster Service!
Here at Form Ratings we deal purely with STATS and FACTS, not opinions..
If you’re looking to be part of an active community of people who take a stats based approach to betting on the horses then Form Ratings is likely to suit you down to a tee.
Want to get involved?
There are numerous ways you can get involved, all of which are (in my biased but honest opinion) great value!
Bronze Membership – Access to the first 5 racecards of the day and the private members group.
Silver Membership – Access to ALL the racecards every day and the private members group.
Gold Membership – Access to ALL the racecards, the private members group AND our daily “Smart Selections”, which point you in the direction of decent potential bets. These are automatically generated by our algorithm.
Platinum Membership – All of the benefits of Gold membership, plus the option to export data and full historical data.
Bespoke – If you would like personally customised racecards send us an email here.
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|Only bet with money you can afford to lose
There are loads of different ways to use Form Ratings…
Silver member Carl Kimmins backs the Top Two rated in handicap races where both are odds of 5/1 or greater.
Gold member Syed Nakqvi focuses predominantly on the top two rated. He also enjoys sharing his ideas in the private Facebook group.
Simon Coates tends to put the smart selections into multiple bet accumulators.
Gold member Christopher Lay focuses on the Smart Selections and in particular the “top rated” ones, and looks at ways to further improve them by applying additional filters from the main cards.