Weekly Eyecatchers – The winners are not always the best horse in the race!

2022-07-25T17:16:03+01:00July 24th, 2022|

Liam’s Weekly Eyecatchers

How to use our Free RTR NagMe/Tracker tool

Adding a horse to your NagMe is a great way to remind you when a horse is due to run next. Was it eyecatching, a sure fire winner next time, hugely unlucky or just one that you want to keep an eye on? Add it to your RTR NagMe (Free to use) and get an email notification when it’s next due to run! FREE NAGME TOOL

There’s some future winners here for sure!

Liam looks at the last week of racing and talks about who caught his eye including a few from maiden’s that are going to […]

Why RatingTheRaces are the best Ratings service!

2022-07-08T18:44:48+01:00July 8th, 2022|

The Ratings

This one is simple, we have the best, most accurate ratings around. What do we mean by that? Our TOP RATED horse wins more of the races than other services. It doesn’t matter whether it is a class 6 race, a maiden or Group/Grade 1 race. Our Ratings can analyse ALL races. We also provide A/E data for EVERY Stat, have the draw broken down by distance & create our unique Combined A/E Stat

Fully researched Analysis

We fully research our analysis suggestions which Liam posts on the Ratings. This will include watching the horses previous races, keeping an eye on […]

The geniuses use RatingTheRaces Ratings

2022-01-15T17:12:25+00:00January 9th, 2022|

How the Ratings can be used!

A Top Rated winner. What a winner!

Yesterday on ITV Racing, Luke Harvey said ‘if you found that you must be a genius’ when talking about 40/1 winner Jepeck winning at Wincanton.

I guess that means members of RatingTheRaces are geniuses!

Why our members keep their winners private

If you share a system or service with too many people suddenly your angle/edge is reduced until there are so many people following that it’s lost. It’s the same with tipsters and pundits etc. Look at Hugh Taylor for example, his selections are so well backed that they go off a much shorter price than […]

Liam’s Weekly Thoughts – 10th – 16th October 2021

2021-11-01T14:57:47+00:00October 12th, 2021|

Liam’s Weekly Thoughts

Weekend Review

Here Liam looks at some of the best action from the weekend including highlighting a horse he feels is worth adding to your NagMe (since publication the horse was given a 5lb drop in his handicap mark which Liam is delighted with).

Tuesday Review & Welsh Champion Hurdle Analysis

Liam highlights a race that generally works out very well particularly with Leopardstown and the Cheltenham Festival in mind as well as looks ahead to the Welsh Champion Hurdle.

A horse for Cheltenham already?

In this video I highlight a race […]

3 Out Of 4 Grand National’s predicted by a Statistical Algorithm!

2019-05-10T01:14:56+01:00May 10th, 2019|

3 Out Of 4 Grand National’s predicted by a Statistical Algorithm!

Not just any old algorithm, it was the RatingTheRaces ratings algorithm!!!

So how on earth does an algorithm, achieve this? Well, as many of you know statistics can be used to predict a lot of things, and in horse racing we can generate A LOT of statistics. Fun fact – did you know the human brain can only consider a maximum of 4 parameters. I know. Stunned. Me too. We all feel smarter than that, but apparently, we simply are not. However, whilst an algorithm does have limitations in terms of numbers of parameters, it is far, far greater […]

Nick Bradley Racing Partnership

2018-06-22T17:22:20+01:00June 15th, 2018|

Who is Nick Bradley?

Nick Bradley is a bloodstock agent and syndicate manager for Nick Bradley Racing who we at RatingTheRaces are delighted to now be in partnership with. Nick Bradley and his team have had some fantastic success already in his relatively short time of business under his own name and had even more success when with Middleham Park Racing.

Nick has purchased the likes of G Force (Group 1 winner), Penitent (6 time Listed and Group winner), Commissioned (Royal Ascot winner) and Beckford (Group 2 winner) and they had 2 great runs from Little Kim and Raising Sand at Royal Ascot this year.

Liam from RatingTheRaces is still […]

The talents of James Doyle based on the ProStats

2018-04-24T15:07:28+01:00April 24th, 2018|

How good is James Doyle?

James Doyle has started the 2018 season in great style and has already won the Easter Classic at Lingfield and the Lincoln Handicap at Doncaster. Both were for William Haggas and both were TOP RATED on our ratings (incidentally both also led home a straight forecast for the ratings!)

James Doyle is rightly receiving all the plaudits and his stats are very impressive especially when riding TOP RATED on our ratings (All these stats can be found using the ProStats tool)

James has a very promising 36.57% strike rate when riding TOP RATED however this doesn’t mean a […]

ProStats V2 – Systems Builder and More!

2018-01-15T01:15:16+00:00January 14th, 2018|

ProStats V2 is here!

On the 1st of December 2017 year we released ProStats for our professional membership level and the feedback has been very good and after listening to feedback we have created MORE features and more filters. The new updates and upgrades are very exciting and in this blog we take a quick look at some of them!

The video is well worth watching for more details about each additional feature and filter!

ProStats V2 Demonstration Video

New Features!

Here is what is new in ProStats Version 2

  1. Create Systems
  2. […]

Introducing ProStats the new Analytics engine for RatingTheRaces

2017-12-11T02:06:50+00:00November 30th, 2017|

The Prostats Feature is here!

It has taken a while to get here, but finally we are releasing our Analytics feature to query the full RatingTheRaces database.

We don’t need to oversell this feature. We love it. No specialist software required, run it directly in your browser. In fact we have some blog posts built entirely of images generated from this feature.

Chepstow Analysis

We took at look at how well the ratings did at Chepstow! We found that backing TOP RATED at Chepstow in October was a profitable system!

Wincanton Analysis

Both Wincanton and Wexford National Hunt Races took place […]