Those who are into horse racing like I am probably already heard of Bob Rothman. Bob is maybe better known as the “Horse Racing Pro” from his popular website at www.horseracingpro.co.uk.
What’s so special about Bob, you may wonder?
Well, Bob is a legend among the British horse racing professionals since he holds a rather impressive record although you won’t probably find no mention of this in the Guinness Book or similar places.
Bob Robman has developed a horse racing system that does one thing pretty good: Winning. Ever since he first appeared on the British horse racing scene about two decades ago his system kept winning constantly with the result that today he’s banned at pretty much any major track in the UK.
Let’s have Bob himself speak about his experiences
The bookies played dirty. They soon wised up to the fact that I was onto a winner with my system, and did everything they could to shut me down. They don’t want pro punters betting with them, they just want mugs.
They even put spies in my network, so when we had, say, a juicy 33/1 shot, they would smash up the price before the shows were sent to the betting shops.
In spite of their dirty tricks, I kept on being successful. So much so that one by one, the bookmakers started closing my accounts. Among Professional Gamblers, getting banned is a sign of success. Most pros get closed down once or twice. In one year I was closed by 25 different betting shops.
Now you see the reason why Bob has really advanced to legendary status, but that’s not all. Sort of as a revenge on all the bookies who barred him the way onto the tracks he soon opened his own website http://www.horseracingpro.co.uk/ where he now is sharing his horse racing tips and betting advice for anyone else’s pleasure. Well, revenge is certainly served sweet in this case, that’s for sure!
If you want to get solid horse racing tips that actually work I can highly recommend you see Bob’s site. I think this is an opportunity that shouldn’t be missed especially since there are so many bogus horse racing systems out there today.