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Welcome to our tipping hub, where you’ll find regular free horse racing tips. Our professional tipsters do the hard work by checking the odds and finding value to help inform the bets that you make.

We’ve got you covered for all the major festivals and meets – think Cheltenham, the Grand National, Royal Ascot and the like – as well as offering the best UK horse racing tips throughout the year to help you on your way to the winner’s enclosure.

Our Tipsters


One of the best horse racing tipsters in the UK. Having grown up with a love of horse racing, Jibber Jabber has been finding big price winners professionally for the last decade.


Experienced and award-winning journalist for over 20 years in the game. Martin has worked on sports desks of the Times, the Sunday Mirror and the Daily Express, among others.

Sean Trivass
Sean Trivass

Sean Trivass has been working in the racing industry since 1987, writing for various publications from local papers to The Independent. Born into racing, his father bred St Leger second Kite Wood at Northmore Stud. He loves the sport with a passion, from the lowest Class Six all the way up to the international events he occasionally attends.

Ryan Weston

Ryan is an extremely successful horse racing tipster. He has a degree in Sports Science and has the second highest annual profit from more than 2,000 sporting experts since joining OLBG in 2017.


Buttysbets has been studying horse racing for years and tipping successfully for just over 24 months. He has managed to turn a decent profit over that time and promises to share his wealth of experience and knowledge with HRUK readers.


RaceOlly is a lifelong horse racing fan who has attracted a large following by tipping longshots online. He has worked on a few online publications before putting together his own magazine featuring a host of Twitter tipsters. His Twitter page often gets over 10 million impressions a month and his last magazine was viewed 225,000 times.


How to read horse racing form

Reading horse racing form is a lot easier than you think. The numbers 1-9 tell you where the horse finished in a race, while '0' means it finished outside the first nine. P or PU means the horse was pulled up by the jockey and didn’t finish, while 'F' means the horse fell. The symbol '–' separates racing seasons.

What is the best type of bet in horse racing?

This depends completely on each punter. The most profitable bet is often a single win bet. This means backing one horse to win a race. If it doesn’t win, you will lose your stake. A safer option is to back a horse each way. This doubles your stake - but you will still receive a partial payout even if your horse only places. You can also have a bet with multiple legs, such as an accumulator, yankee, or lucky 15.

How to research horse racing

Researching horse racing can be very complex. It involves taking things like form, weight, weather conditions, distance, the competition and bookmakers’ odds into consideration. There are countless other factors, along with gut instinct, that tipsters take into account when picking a horse.

How to understand horse racing form

There are a number of abbreviations and symbols you need to know when trying to understand horse racing form. The numbers beside each horse indicates where it finished in recent races. Some important letters to understand are; ‘F’ means the horse fell, ‘R’ indicates it refused, ‘BD’ tells us it was brought down by another horse and ‘U’ means it unseated its jockey.

How to predict horse race winners

Predicting horse racing winners is not an exact science. If it was, every favourite would win. The horse’s current form, fitness, experience at the required distance and other horses running in the race all have to be considered when trying to predict which horse will win a race.