Losing punters, and let’s be clear, most punters despite the content shared on their Twitter profiles lose, often lament what they call "inside information".
Generally, this refrain resonates when some horse or greyhound firms heavily in isolation and then goes on to win.
Occasionally, sure, trainers and owners are elegantly enlightened with intellectual property unknown to the general punting public.
Often, however, this information is specious.
And even when it’s gloriously gilt-edged, smart punters pounce when they see the market move.
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