RacingTips.com remains the number one source for free horse racing tips and expert advice at the world’s biggest meetings and we're proud to offer all of our tips for free.
Racing punters all over the world continue to pay for daily tips and ante post gambles, but much to the annoyance of fans of the sport, many of these tipping sites charge through the roof for poor tips and lazy betting advice.
That is why thousands of shrewd punters continue to look elsewhere for their bookie-bashing advice and profitable free horse racing tips
continue to be the most enticing product in the racing world. We also have:
How much do the horse racing tips cost?
We have been leading the way with free
racing tips and betting advice for a number of years and the site’s tipsters leave nothing to chance when it comes to betting at the biggest meetings in the world. Our Channel 4 racing tips
and NAP racing tips
send the bookmakers ducking for cover and we're proud of all of our winners.
Our team are working overtime ahead of all the key fixtures to make sure that you leave the course with money in your wallet. Too often, racing punters pay for the bookies’ Christmas holidays or summer jaunts, but luckily we're dedicated to giving the layers a hard time with top class tips and ante post punts and we're after some big accumulator wins
Where can I watch the races?
We have expert Channel 4 Racing tips and you will be able to tune into the action at all the key meetings. Our iTV racing tips will also be available when the coverage moves and we will be looking to land huge winners every Saturday afternoon.
Do you cover the major horse racing meetings?
When it comes to meetings such as the Cheltenham Festival
, the Grand National
and Royal Ascot
, the RacingTips team spend hours ploughing through the form in a bid to stay one ahead of the bookmakers and you can be confident that the tipsters have spent plenty of time coming up with their selections.
We have tips for all the biggest races on the calendar well in advance and they have taken plenty off the bookmakers in the past with ante post gambles at big odds.