WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for races at Limerick on Friday 27th May.
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Date of Tips: 27/05/2022
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (08:00 27/05/2022) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
Newsboy, AKA David Yates, is a popular horse racing tipster who provides his tips, thoughts and analysis to readers of the Daily Mirror. He’s been known as ‘Newsboy’ since joining the British tabloid newspaper in May 2002 but his experience with horse racing dates much further back with stints with Timeform, the Racing Post, At The Races, and many other notable brands in the industry.
Daily racing tips from Newsboy are published on the Daily Mirror website but you can also find today’s tips right here on WhichBookie along with several other respected racing analysts such as Templegate, Robin Goodfellow, Pricewise and our very own, Will Smith and Andrew Blair White.
You can find today’s Newsboy tips listed above. These are updated each morning when his selections are released.
Although Newsboy’s racing tips are usually published on the morning of the race, he’ll occasionally share his selections in advance. When so, you’ll see tomorrow’s tips from Newsboy as well as any ante-post selections he has for upcoming major meetings listed above.
Newsboy is a regular sight on ITV Racing and his Saturday tips are definitely worth following. Be sure to bookmark this page and come back each Saturday to find his tips for the weekend’s races.
Given that he’s such a well-respected figure in the racing world, Newsboy’s NAP of the day is a bet that you should consider.
This is the bet of the day that he considers to be the strongest based on his analysis of the days races and runners.
Newsboy’s NAP can be found in his list of tips above along with his other selections such as his ‘NB’ which stands for ‘Next Best’ tip.
A total of 28 races take place each year at the Cheltenham Festival and many racing tipsters put extra thought and analysis into their selections for these races. Newsboy is no exception and you’ll find his Cheltenham tips available here on WhichBookie both in the weeks leading up to the festival and throughout the four days of racing.
Millions of people have a flutter on the Grand National each year but it’s often a tough task to pick a winner given that there are 40 runners. Therefore, it’s often a good idea to take the advice of those in the know who have studied the form and followed each of the horses throughout the season.
Newsboy Grand National tips are fully recommended and you’ll find them on this page in the days around the 2023 race in April.
Royal Ascot is one of the highlights of the racing calendar and host 15 races over the five-day festival. It’s one of the biggest meetings in the UK and features prestigious races such as the Queen Anne Stakes, Price of Wales Stakes and the Gold Cup.
The 2022 Royal Ascot meeting is scheduled to take place from Tuesday 14th – Saturday 18th June 2022 and features 15 Group races and over £3.5m in prize-money over the five days of racing.
Templegate Royal Ascot tips are worth following if you’re thinking of having a bet throughout the festival whether it be on the St James’s Palace Stakes, Queen Anne Stakes, Prince of Wales’s Stakes, Coronation Stakes, Golden Jubilee Stakes or the highlight of the festival, the Ascot Gold Cup.
Newsboy Royal Ascot tips will be published here closer to the time of the festival which takes place from Tuesday 14th – Saturday 18th June 2022.
Born in Bedford in 1968, Newsboy, whose real name is Dave Yates, is a horse racing analyst and tipster who works for the Daily Mirror. He’s a familiar face on racing TV and commentary with having worked with the likes of ITV Racing, Racing UK, Channel 4’s Morning Line and At The Races as well as working freelance on occasions.
Dave’s experience with horses and the betting industry dates back to when he was just 18 years of age having landed his first job in the local bookies. He learned much about horse racing in the job that followed which was with Timeform in September 1990. Three years later, Dave left Timeform to follow his passion for horseracing journalism and later worked at The Independent and for the Press Association.
You’ll be able to see Newsboy on Racing UK and can follow his written analysis on the Daily Mirror website along with his daily tips right here on WhichBookie.
To keep up to date with Newsboy’s racing thoughts, why not give him a follow on Twitter?
The latest Tweets from Newsboy are below or you can follow him at @thebedfordfox