212 % profit on outlay for 2014. 

No fine print, no catches, just good betting and investing. 

My name is Hayden Bradford. I don’t hide behind false names or a mobile phone number. If I had a CV or resume it would read I’m an ex-stockman, ex-military man, ex-corporate man – now investor. 

I designed my RaceStrat methodology, and I also write to retrain my brain. You see, I’ve taken some hits in the old Grey Matter Stakes. Read About Me. Both analysis and writing I’m advised, are good therapy for the burnt out wiring and circuits inside my head. Therefore, to take something like, gambling, punting, and horse racing, and turn it into a profitable business is super good therapy.

RaceStrat stands for Racing Strategy. I took what I learnt in analysis from my military intelligence days, and combined that knowledge with an investment methodology and business approach. I reinvest some my profits into other profit making investments, for example, the share market.

Business and Investing

I take very little notice of horse racing. I don’t know when I last went to a horse racing track. I hardly ever watch the races on TV, or listen to them on radio. My relationship with horse racing, is the same as it is, with all my other investments – purely business. I wouldn’t know what some of Australia’s greatest race horses look like. And, I couldn’t care less. I place my bets as investments, and later, I’ll check the results. The emphasis for me is on business and investing., as opposed to gambling and punting. That’s how you make money. I don’t sit around and watch the share market all day either.  

As my betting bank doubles, I take one half of my profit and buys shares, or put it into other investments. The other half of the profit, I add back into the betting bank, and continue the process all over again, with a higher stake. This way I am compounding my profits. In other words, I am making profits on my profits. 

I don’t sell what I do, I’m happy to share my tips. I think people who sell their horse racing tips tend to be a tad shady. I also suspect the reason most tipsters sell their tips is because they’re trying to recoup some of their losses. Meaning: Their tips are rubbish.

You Want My Selections?

No problems, I can give them to you. I can place you on my Email Distribution List. No fine print. No catches. The only thing you have to do is buy my book. Why? Because I’m an unknown in the writing arena. Therefore, I have to use all marketing avenues I can think of. Once I’ve received the book receipt of purchase from you, I’ll add you to the list. Personally, I consider around $25.00 for a paperback or around $10.00 for an e-book dirt cheap for hours I put in for you.

Apart from that cost, if I win for you, then a donation from you via the button on the top of this page would be good. 


At times, I’ll write an article on horse racing as it applies to gambling, punting, winning and investing the profits. If the article benefits you – good, and if it doesn’t, who cares – it’s free. These articles can be located under the RAMBLINGS tab.


My twitter account is @racestrat

To Contact Me

I can be contacted through my CONTACT PAGE. I reply to all e-mails as I love to hear from you. Just bear in mind it may take me a day or two to get back to you.

Practice patience – it’s good for investing.

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Please remember: That the only certainty in the thoroughbred horse racing game – is that there is no such thing as a certainty. You bet at your own risk.

Note: I’m not a financial adviser. Before acting upon any of my ideas, seek professional advice from your financial adviser.