What is the Early Value Tip?
The Early Value tip has been synonymous with myracing for well over two years now. One high odds tipped posted the night before racing each day, aiming to find a big price winner to bash the bookies.
The Early Value tip tends to be at odds of between 12/1 and 25/1, although this can vary, especially in winter when there is little racing on. We may also pick a tip at odds of bigger than 25/1 if we think we’ve found a special outsider. Early in the jumps and flat seasons there are plenty of opportunities for myracing’s tipsters to pick out unexposed horses who surprise everyone aside from our followers!
How do myracing pick the Early Value Tip?
myracing has a team of tipsters who study the cards every afternoon the day before racing. Each tipster selects their set of tips from the available racing, taking into account the odds of the horse. The evening before and the morning of, the team of tipsters combine their heads to try and pick the strongest bets we have for the day. These make up our range of tips, including our NAP of the Day, Lucky 15, and so on. The strongest large price Each Way tip is picked as the Early Value tip and posted online the night before.
Of course, the fact it is a larger price tip than most tipsters would be willing to put up means it will also lose more often. Our NAP of the Day is shorter odds and intended to provide a more reliable source of winners. On the other hand, the Early Value tip is intended to try and offer value – our ultimate aim would be for every Early Value tip to be tipped at a bigger price the night before than is available at the start of the race the next day (the Starting Price).