Free Horse Racing Tips
Horse Racing Tips
At TipsFix you’ll find horse racing tips for today’s racing and all the major races at the big festival meetings such as Cheltenham, Aintree Grand National and Royal Ascot with a good smattering of ante-post tips for the likes of the Guineas, Derby, Ascot Gold Cup and more.
We provide racing tips with advised betting odds along with quick links to the bookmaker’s bet slip to a make it easy to back our free racing tips.
To get our horse racing tips, just browse to TipsFix every day or follow us on Twitter and Facebook for notifications of the latest racing tips.
Horse racing tips can be found on the home page or in the Betting Tips and Free Horse Racing Tips menu categories. All horse racing tips include race previews whether the selections are for minor meetings at the likes of Bath, Carlise, Ludlow or Perth or at one of the major meetings like the Newmarket Guineas, Epsom Derby, Royal Ascot, Glorious Goodwood, Cheltenham Festival or Grand National.
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We’re not just a football tipping site, TipsFix provides racing tips all year round covering all the Flat, National Hunt and All Weather racing in the UK and Ireland. All of our horse racing tips, past and present, can be found in the free horse racing tips section.
Free Horse Racing Tips
TipsFix is committed to providing free horse racing tips and to help improve your betting results with the use of free bets and betting promotions. To win at betting, the punter needs to take advantage of every edge at his/her disposal. The free racing tips highlight selections that stand out as having an excellent chance to win, getting the best odds for your free tips is paramount to maximising value and your betting returns can go up another level when combined with a free bet offer.
You’ll find free horse racing tips for feature races each weekend and free racing tips for the racing festivals such as the Newmarket Guineas, Epsom Derby, Royal Ascot, Glorious Goodwood, Cheltenham Festival, Grand National and more. The free racing tips are typically provided in the early part of the week for one of the big races for the coming weekend. That is, once the six-day declarations have been announced and bookmakers have listed the odds.
Our free horse racing tips come with a detailed explanation of why the selection has been recommended and advice on where to find the best odds. Plus other considerations like enhanced place terms for the each way selections and best odds guarantees for the rare occasions when the price drifts out. Important factors such as going, distance, draw, jockey and track preferences are always taken into consideration and not just the bare bones form.
Because we’re always looking for value, it is quite common for the first prices quoted to shorten up between publication of the free racing tips and the race going off. We provide a live odds feed for our selections and an alternative selection of bookmakers from which to compare and choose the latest odds. Please be aware, due to the nature of the internet there may be a slight delay between the odds changing on the advertised bookmaker website and the odds being updated on TipsFix.
We have plans to expand the free horse racing tips service with previews of the major meetings like Newmarket Guineas, Epsom Derby, Royal Ascot, Glorious Goodwood, Cheltenham Festival and Grand National. This will include racing tips for most if not all races on each day of the meeting, so make sure you stay in touch with events at TipsFix and let us help improve your betting results.
Horse Racing Tips Today
TipsFix tipsters aim to provide horse racing tips every day. On the evening prior, or early morning, the racecards are scrutinised for any overpriced odds the bookmakers have offered in haste. If the form and other considerations such as going, distance and jockey weigh up, the selection is published as one of the horse racing tips for today.
There’s a huge amount of statistical data and form ratings that can often confuse and muddy the waters when trying to find horse racing tips today. It takes a disciplined approach to stay focussed on finding winners plus faith in the system used to unearth value selections. Sometimes the obvious favourite must be overlooked when the odds don’t reasonably reflect the chances of winning, betting is a long game and the success of todays horse racing tips relies on beating the starting price.
How We Select Racing Tips
To give a insight into how we choose horse racing tips for today, here is breakdown of the basic analysis.
One of the first consideration is to assess which horses will be suited to the course. Race tracks in the UK and Ireland are varied with sharp to sweeping turns, running right or left handed, long and short run in, uphill and downhill finishes, generally flat or with undulations. Each racecourse has its own individual profile and some horses are better suited to some than others. Knowing a horse’s action can help decide if it may be suited to track where it has no previous form, a long striding horse should be suited to galloping tracks for instance, or it may have from running on a similar type of racecourse.
Distance and going are two other big factors to consider. Breeding plays a big role in how much speed and stamina a racehorse is likely to have and can be a useful indicator until experience provides the necessary evidence. Otherwise, our tipsters are looking for previous form over the trip or indications from previous running style that the horse will be suited to a longer or shorter distance. The ability to handle the going is very important, not all horses can act on any ground conditions and racing on unsuitable ground can make a huge impact on a horse’s form.
Some racecourses like Chester and Thirsk have distinctive draw biases while others can be biased based on the the prevailing ground conditions. Sometimes we have to rule out a potential horse racing tips today if the selection receives a poor draw.
Fitness is another important factor. Race horses are athletes and must be trained to reach a peak. They require rest and recuperation between races in order to maintain their best form for as long as possible before they inevitably tire and need a longer lay off. Each horse is different, some run better when fresh while others may take six or seven runs to hit their peak. Watching for horses making a quick re-appearance can pay off. If a horse has been unlucky running or come up against a big improver when off a good mark or received a lenient penalty for a win, trainers will sometimes try to capitalise on its fitness by running again within a few days.
It’s said that form is temporary and class is permanent. This is true of horse racing and finding selections for today’s racing tips involves establishing a horses class as well as considering its current form and fitness.
There is much to consider when choosing a horse racing tip for today and it’s fair to say, tipping can be considered more of an art than a science.