‘Horse Racing Focus’: Have You Got It?!

I've been looking at a free newsletter for the past few weeks, dear reader, that I think might be of interest to you too. It's quite uncommon to see an email newsletter that is primarily dedicated to informing the reader, rather than pitching something every time the virtual envelope hits your virtual mailbox.

The author's name is Nick Pullen, and the letter is called Horse Racing Focus. In the five emails I've received to date, there has been some insightful articles on subjects ranging from how to 'read' when the money talks (either positively or negatively) to why the Grand National is NOT a lottery (actually, regular readers here will know that already, this year's result aside!).

To get you in the mood, Nick will send you a copy of his excellent report, somewhat controversially entitled, "The SEVEN Costly Mistakes All Bookmakers Want You To Make!", when you opt in to receive more of his good sense. It's a really sensible 'no fluff' read - just sixteen pages, so readily digestible.

And, as with all such registrations (including yours here at geegeez), if you're not enjoying the roughly twice weekly messages, you simply unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of each missive.

To give you a little colour on who Nick Pullen is, below is a pen picture:

After spending 15 years developing a reputation as one of the UK’s most successful horse racing punters – he then defected to the ‘other’ side, generating millions for the ‘enemy’, working as an odds compiler for the UK’s biggest bookmakers.

But now he’s back - and ready to share the tricks of the trade that have made him so respected, from BOTH sides of the fence.

Nick doesn’t consider himself a ‘tipster’ - that’s not what he’s about. He uses the pages of his weekly e-letter to educate… to provide real insight… to highlight the factors that influence EVERY race… and to guide you to the systems and techniques that deliver. Again and again.

On the basis of what I've read so far, I'd say that is an entirely fair synopsis of a chap who clearly knows his business. Moreover, I've personally subscribed to his 'guv'nor's' publication, The Sports Statistician, for over two years, and can vouch for the quality of the information this firm puts out.

Your first 30 days for just £1

There's nothing to pay, most of the emails they'll send you are 'pitch-free content capsules', and you can discontinue at any time with no hard feelings.

Go take a look for yourself at: www.HorseRacingFocus.co.uk

And, if you download the report, be honest with yourself on how many of the seven mistakes YOU're making - it'll save you money if you do!

Until next time,

Matt

p.s. You'll also find an archive of previous articles that is well worth searching through if you've been pondering a particular topic and want some insight. (Personally, whilst researching lay systems, I found a cracking article from back on 12th September 2008, entitled "How To Spot Horses That Can't Win").

You don't even need to sign up for this archive - Just click the 'Articles' button on the left hand side of the page, at www.HorseRacingFocus.co.uk

Your first 30 days for just £1
12 replies
  1. Mark Vernon says:

    I’ve been reading Horse Racing Focus for about 6 months. The guy really knows his stuff. He writes clearly and literally every issue gives you something to go away and think about. he might not be a tipster but he’s led me to some good winners. Good guy.

  2. Jez says:

    Hi Matt,
    I’m another one to have been subscribing to his newsletters for a while now and concur with your and the other messages here (so far anyway). Nick knows his onions and the newsletter and site are pretty good – his latest newsletter series, with insights from the “dark side” (his bookmaker’s experiences) are excellent – a definite good guy and a good read to boot.

    Regards,
    Jez

  3. Steve says:

    Hi guys,

    I’ve been reading Nick’s newsletter for a few years now and I can confirm that all he offers is good, honest, sensible analysis of the horses.

  4. Edward says:

    Hi Matt & Gavin,
    I’ve also been reading Nick’s newsletter for a little while now and have to agree with what you said.
    In fact it was though Nick’s newsletters that I ended up finding you guys which I’m so grateful for and really please about.

  5. Hugh says:

    Hi Chaps,
    Just wanted to add my name to the chorus of approval. I have had a bad spell just lately, the Craven was part of it, however I think the key to benefiting from the sort of information you both supply is to factor it in to all the other elements that one should consider.

    If you take Mon Mome as an example then you both said at various times that you thought the French bred stat was due to go under. It was clearly getting shakier with all the placed horses. I took that into account, but was either too lazy or stupid to sit down and think well maybe I should just look at the French breds in case this is the year.

    I think you both do a great job and have added to the sum of my enjoyment of racing and punting.
    Hugh

  6. Joyce says:

    yes for me too, it was through Nick, I found you, and I totally
    agree about this guy, certainly helped me, with his vast knowledge…..and continue’s to do so……………….

  7. mattgiffin says:

    hello again……….i enjoyed nicks read on better punting………..but like me i find it hard to get people to understand horse racing……….and they will continue to be bad punters……….they are in my local betting shop every morning……putting on there bets……when i go back in everyday and collect my winnings they look at me and say oh here is is…he is shagging the bookie…………but not one have asked how i win everyday……………………oh well i suppose i need people like this to ensure the bookies made his money to pay me

  8. Peter says:

    Yes, HRF’s an excellent product with some exceptionally thought-provoking issues. I’ve been reading it for just over a year now – my first edition is dated 18th April 2008 (just checked that in my Hotmail folder labelled “Nick Pullen”, the existence of which says it all, really…)

  9. oliver mann says:

    YES

    I also subscribe. It is far from perfect…..but what is ??

    It can be very easy to forget that horses are just that !!………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

    Horses…a quite stupid animal for whom jumping is NOT NOT NOT natural. They are, of course, a wonder to behold ESPECIALLY when jumping fences…..It is hard for me to imagine a more wonderful experience than too be at the last fence of a chase and see and HEAR the efforts of man and beast……………………………………………………………………….
    ……………………………………………………………………………..
    Whether I have bet them or not…I can often go to a meeting and NOT bet a single horse….I may have intended too but something might have put me off the animal(s)….if anything this allows me to be more academic and impartial in any judgements made.
    On a different note…saw, what I thought was, some really rubbish “jockeyship” today………..No wonder so many think it’s bent.

    Best wishes to everyone.

    oliver

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