Available for £1 

Those of you that bought Trainer Flat Stats and Trainer Track Stats last year will no doubt be eager to buy this seasons Trainer Track Stats 2008/9. This sells for £47 and is excellent value. If you downloaded the free TTS Lite a couple of days ago you will have got a sneak preview of some of the trainers you should be following this season.

Well, Matt has adopted a very different approach this season. For seven days he is selling the full Trainer Track Stats 2008/9 for £1. One pound! After that it will be £47. The manual has the 145 trainers to follow around the country plus a ‘Directors Cut’.

Ok, so what’s the catch? Well, it’s not really a catch. It’s a marketing tactic and I think it’s a great idea. The full manual really is a quid, and you do not have to pay anything extra if you don’t want to. Matt is practically giving this away because he wants as many people as possible to see the winner-finding potential of his research.

He’s doing that by providing a month’s free trial to a special password protected member page, where the horses to back will be listed. The page will be updated daily for the next day’s racing, and all you have to do is login and grab the selections.

Of course, you are perfectly at liberty to use the manual yourself and find the qualifiers for yourself. There are full instructions in the manual.

If you want to do that, you just unsubscribe at any time during your 30 day trial, and you’ll never be billed a penny more than your initial pound coin.

But if you don’t have time to pick out the horses each day or, let’s face it, if you just would rather someone else did the legwork for you, then the subscription option might well be for you.

There’s big discounts offered if you choose to subscribe for the full season, or for half a season (i.e. up to Christmas).

Either way, you can’t argue with a top quality proven racing system for just £1 especially as you can just use the manual to find the selections yourself!

So, set the alarm for midday tomorrow to be sure of getting your copy:




P.S. Remember, one week from tomorrow the price will go up to £47. But if you miss it don’t worry, that is still excellent value.