Hello fans of horse racing and welcome to our club where you can place bets on your favorite horses! We created this website as the huge horse racing fans and therefore we want to give our customers a safe place where they can chase their luck. Feel free to explore our site and have a good time!


We provide safe betting on horses, soccer, basketball, esports and other known sports that are popular. We are an independent bet house that has developed its own software in collaboration with mobilecasinomaster.co.uk, with the goal of online serving to all players. Also, our site offers free predictions on sport’s events without any cost and a lots of useful articles that you can read.

Horse betting

Our primary goal is horse betting, as we are huge fans of this sport. Although the software is used, all the races are unpredictable, meaning that no race repeats ever. You can place multiple bets and even create your own odds if you like!

Soccer betting

Want to bet on a football team? Soccer is the number one sport in the world, and we decided to offer betting on all major leagues, including : English Premier League, Spanish Primera Division, French Ligue 1, Italian Serie A and German Bundesliga.

Esports & other sports

A lot of people is getting into the esports. Games like DOTA, LoL and CS:GO are one of the most played games and people like to watch these and place bets on winning teams.

Free analysis and predictions

For each race, game or match, we offer the free predictions and analysis. They are free to use!

Golden Rules

We do not claim that these are the best or only rules that are required to beat the Bookmaker, but they work for us.

1) Bet out of a pot. e.g. put at least 15 times your usual stake into your betting pot, and regard this money as already lost. Once you are detached from your money you can become more clinical with your selections. This strategy tends to diminish a number of other bad gambling practices. i.e. chasing lost money, backing everything that moves after a good win, not being able to survive losing runs.


Stats will be available at the start of the next flat season. Also, we offer free predictions on matches and games, so feel free to use any of these. The analysis we offer is based on long-term experience in betting and therefore could be a useful guide.
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Racing Horses


8th February 1993. Bay gelding by Kala Shikari out of Blowing Bubbles
Highest rated horse in the yard. A five furlong specialist. Dose not like the stalls much but we have managed to cope with this by an invention by Mick Easterby of a new gadget. p.s. The horse still likes polos.


15th May 1994. Bay gelding by Prince Daniel (USA) out of Paircullis
A really cheeky chappy bought for £500 at the sales – we could not take our eyes off once we noticed him once. Alas he suffered a training problem before going to the Cesarewetch last year. Hoping for big things this season.

Westcourt Magic

27th January 1993. Bay colt by Emarati (USA) out of Magic Milly
This horse is knee high to a grasshopper but it doesn not stop him running. The handicapper says he should be 10lbs higher every time he runs at Chester. One of our favorite ones of all horses.

Jedi Knight

12th May 1994. Bay colt by Emarati (USA) out of Hannie Caulder
Closely related to Mrs McArdy, the Michael Easterby trained filly who won the 1000 Guineas in 1977. This horse is as hard as nails and not to be taken lightly either at home or on the racecourse. Last year ran very consistently although not managing to win a race, hopefully his luck will be better this year. He also had a special trainings to boost his running performance.

Piggy Bank

13th May 1996. Bay filly by Emarati (USA) out of Granny’s Bank
This filly likes soft ground and like most Emarati’s only just gets five furlongs. Terry “the Wombat” Lucas says the horse dose not like soft ground, she ‘Loves It’!


19th May 1996. Bay filly by Reprimand out of Tasmim
Aptly named by its owner. Nevertheless, proved that being a filly did not matter when she won at Catterick at the back end of last year on soft ground over 7 furlongs. We think a step up in trip will suit het this year. Watch out!!