He advised one, Getabird (what I need to do as it happens) - that's why it's in capital letters.SeaHorseRacing wrote: ↑Mon Mar 12, 2018 10:13 pmCan you actually believe they get paid for this?
Advising 9 horses from a possible 20.
8 horse in the supreme are 66/1 and over all the way to 250/1, so technically he's given 9 possible winners from 12 runners. He gets paid to do this!!!
Edit: 10 horses!!!
When a racing journalist has to preview a race it's not really a tip, he's just saying what he thinks the best bet in the race is if you are betting on it.