FTS Racecard – Review and Feedback



FTS Racecard – Review and Feedback


Profitable 15 year race trader Andy Richmond has produced a FTS Racecard for us on a couple of Saturdays, the 23rd April and 30th April.  On these he has previewed 6 races with a synopsis for each and produced his Pacemap racecards which have his tissue prices, his pace ratings, symbols covering the running style of horses and his in running notes detailing any strengths, weaknesses of  the horses in that particular race. The synopsis details any potential trading angles to look for, although the information can be used in amny ways. The FTS Racecards are not to be seen as a tipping service but are the exact tools Andy uses day in day out to profitably trade horse racing. Obviously you cannot buy experience and as part of our commitment to education we understand that educating on how to use them is the next phase of this process.

Below I have uploaded the race cards details above for you to download for FREE so you can see the type of content and product Andy produces.

FTS Racecard 23rd April

FTS Racecard 30th April

EXAMPLE  Strategies & Staking Document

Back To Lay pricing Excel Sheet

Staking Calculator – 30/50 and 40/60

Tissue Prices – A Simple Method

Prices MP3 Recording

Cheltenham 2022 Review

You can register interest in future FTS Racecards here

We held a Zoom on 10th May as a Q & A with Andy and a couple of his private group students  the recording of that can be viewed below some of the documents referred to in the Zoom are available at the links above.

2 Responses

  1. Great explanations of staking for all risk levels. Excel sheet easy to understand.

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