thetwittertipper

the home of big priced outsiders

The Twitter Tipper

 

Welcome to my new website. Please feel free to look around the site where you’ll find everything (including EVERY tip) is completely 100% FREE!

Real outsiders.

If you are looking for genuine, big priced tips then you’re search is over because since March this year I’ve been regularly tipping massive odd winners on my Twitter account. And by massive odds I don’t mean 10/1, I’m talking about 25/1, 33/1, 40/1 and even 100/1 outsiders.

Why set up a website?

The one problem with Twitter is the 140 character restriction on tweets means it’s very hard to fully explain my reasoning behind some of my selections. And when you’re tipping horses at 66/1 with past form figures of 00000 it can take a bit of explaining!

So that’s why I’ve decided to set up this website. All the same tips as my Twitter account but with more in-depth analysis.

My philosophy.

I’ve always enjoyed thinking outside of the box by trying to find the big priced winners rather than just going with the fancied runners. Every backer knows that nothing is certain in racing so my philosophy is to find the horse that might win should the favourite not run to form or find the horse that should be a lot shorter in the betting than it is. And I’ve had a lot of success doing just that……

A brief history.

I started my online tipping ‘career’ by posting my selections for the 2010 Cheltenham Festival on my brothers blog (www.nag-nag-nag.co.uk) where on the opening day I gave just 2 horses: Chief Dan George 33-1 / A New Story 40-1. Both WON. Then just a few weeks later I had my biggest odds winning tip when I gave Always Waining for the Tophmam Chase at AP odds of 100-1 (he won the race at 22-1 and went on to win it for the next 2 years as well.)

I’ve had plenty of big priced winners since, including this time last year, when I tipped Shilpa at Fakenham who won at 50-1. So in March this year I turned my attention to Twitter and started my now famous outsiders twitter feed. It coincided with a family day out at Newton Abbot where I told my Twitter followers, friends, family & old customers that Cladding 40-1 was a banker in the handicap hurdle later on the card. It went on to win at 33-1 and made for a very enjoyable day!

Since that winner I’ve had a further twenty 20-1+ winners including Arctic Feeling 33-1 at Epsom, Little Beggar 33-1 Newmarket, Hazelrigg 28-1 Ayr, Ivebeenthinking 33-1 Uttoxeter, Bonnie Charlie 33-1, Excellent Guest 28-1 & most recently Amethyst Rose 28-1 (won at 11/2f) Hexham.

There are far too many winners to name them all, but as you can see they come in all types of races from 5f h’caps to 3 mile h’cap hurdles to 4m4f chases!

Recommendations.

I recommend 1pt ew on all my selections and advise taking the best odds available with a best odds guaranteed bookmaker.

Best of luck,
Gary Priestley

P.S. Just a few of my Ante-Post WINNERS

CAPE TRIBULATION 33-1 PERTEMPS FINAL CHELTENHAM 2012
OISEAU DE NUIT 40-1 GRAND ANNUAL CHASE CHELTENHAM 2011
INVISIBLE MAN 33-1 ROYAL HUNT CUP ROYAL ASCOT 2010
CHURCH ISLAND 28-1 BET365 CHASE SANDOWN 2010
MERIGO 25-1 SCOTTISH NATIONAL AYR 2010
ALWAYS WAINING 100-1 TOPHAM CHASE AINTREE 2010
PIGEON ISLAND 40-1 GRAND ANNUAL CHELTENHAM 2010
A NEW STORY 40-1 CROSS COUNTRY CHELTENHAM 2010
REGAL PARADE 33-1 AYR GOLD CUP AYR 2008

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