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Brad Davidson is one of the rising stars in Australia's horse racing industry. His growing popularity stems from his accurate betting advice which goes beyond the usual 'tip in a race', to include staking plans amongst other useful information for punters.
Like many of his colleagues, Davidson has to do his form very early, up to 72 hours before horses jump in the races that he assesses. This rules out the all-important race day information which includes track condition changes, scratchings which can effect speed maps and race tempo, and odds fluctuations.
At the time of writing this on 27 July 2018, Davidson was showing a solid profit over hte past 365 days using best tote prices. That is a phenominal effort considering the challenges outlines above.
Brad works for News Limited's SuperRacing.com.au and the Telegraph Racing team. His tips are often posted in the tip columns in the printed newspaper, on the SuperRacing.com.au website and occasionally on the Sky Racing website.
Davidson's growing reputation as one of the 'good guys' in the racing industry stems from his genorisity use of spare time. When he is not fulfilling his duties with News and Sky Racing, Davidson mentors aspiring horse racing analysts who are aiming for a role in the racing media. He often invites his Twitter followers to join him for a beer at Saturday race meetings which is one out of the box for racing celebrities, and further cements his reputation as one of the most approachable personalities in the industry.
Davidson recognition of the difference between tipping and betting is underlined by his dedication to provide punters with real staking plans in easy-to-understand languague. In particular, his $100 betting strategy which he tweets about for Saturday races, has become a favourite amongst punters.
Brad usually tips on Wednesday and Saturday metropolitan race meetings in addition to the big Melbourne race meetings like the Melbourne Cup.
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