Here at Fair-Bet we like to keep you infomed of anything that may be of interest to you, the latest being Jim Mcgrath of channel 4's free web site..... www.jimmcgrathracing.com..... not only does it have Jims preview of all the big racing days. It also has a dedicated page written by Peter Fenton giving his thoughts on all the big golf tournamants.His scribblings give you a great insight into a whole host of pointers that will help with your selections and he also recommends various investements himself.....so far his selections are showing a great profit....check it out !

Also at Fair-Bet we use ratings from a company called Racing Research to give us an understanding of the days card before we actually put our prices on the board,these come in the form of a time figure and a form figure. They are known as CRF ratings generated by a complicated computer program based on a results driven database.We not only find them invaluable in our assessment of a horses chances in any given race, but would recommend them to any serious punter...... check out their website.......http://www.racingresearch.co.uk

let us know what you think !

You can now follow Fair Bet on Facebook.....Fair-Bet Bookmakers or David Brewer and also on Twitter.....under the name of Turftalk.

As our On course betting business is new, so is our website and as such is a work in progress. Future plans and or additions to the website will include photographs of our operation in 'action' and also individual pictures and background information on all all our personell.

We plan to incorporate an interactive chat room for all visitors, to not only talk with other like minded racegoers but also to comment on my ramblings,  in what is not only intended as an information web site, but is fast becoming a 'Blog'

The opportunity to advertise on this site, as our visitor numbers increase, is a part of our future plans. Any interested parties should contact us by phone or email using our contact details.

Hoping that you are all looking forward to the sites future development as much as we all are and in anticipation of our mutual joustings..................

'see you all at the races'