This video shows how the difference in volatility at an average meeting as opposed to Cheltenham is a great advantage.
Showing how backing first and then laying works. The two main strategies in running are back to lay and lay to back. This shows the first one in action.
Looking at what to look for when trying a three tick offset strategy in running on UK horse racing.
Showing how to use resistance points and crossovers to be able to better read the market and know which way it will go before it does it.
It is harder to trade the racing on a Saturday but use the extra liquidity and stability to use larger trade size and just look for one or two one tick trades. This trade does not use my usual entry points but when the mountain won't come to you, then you go to the mountain.
Sorry for the dire audio and a bit of a fuzzy recording. This shows how it doesn't matter which horse you select, as long as you pick the right side of the trade first depending on the money and resistance points signals.