#BettingPeople: JOAO DA MATA is the co-founder of the International Racing Club and has a background in horse racing that stretches back to when he was seven years of age ranging from punter to jockey agent and mentor, owner, tipster and TV Presenter. Joao is a wonderfully, watchable and likeable character who shares some fascinating stories with us as well as an intriguing and unique insight into how he finds his winners! with JULIE COLLIER.
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Neil Phillips #BettingPeople podcast
42:31#BettingPeople: NEIL PHILLIPS Neil Phillips aka ‘The Wine Tipster’ https://www.thewinetipster.co.uk/ has combined life-long passions to carve out a unique career encompassing presenting as a racing pundit and is the tipster and sommelier for The Jockey Club and Jockey Club Catering. He’s also a partner in My Racing Manager and ambassador for UK Prosecco DOC and Racing Welfare plus a columnist for Unibet. Meeting Neil Phillips with Simon Nott.
Gearoid Norris #BettingPeople podcast
47:06#BettingPeople: GEAROID NORRIS Full time gambler Gearoid Norris talks about his betting and how a less than sparkling career in the Bookmaking industry spring-boarded him into the world of betting for a living. Meeting Gearoid Norris with Simon Nott.
Stephen Harris #BettingPeople podcast
56:17#BettingPeople: STEPHEN HARRIS has been an odds-compiler, on-course bookmaker and pundit, he’s now a successful punter and journalist writing a profitable daily free tipping service for the ‘Betting Expert’ website https://www.bettingexpert.com/news/horse-racing. In this trilogy of interviews he talks to Simon Nott about his career, approach to profitable betting and more……. Meeting Stephen Harris with Simon Nott.
Harry Findlay #BettingPeople podcast
1:11:07#BettingPeople: HARRY FINDLAY Harry Findlay is probably the best known and certainly best loved professional punter in the UK today. He’s had some famous successes and possibly more famous lows but always seems to bounce back and still manages to turn left on every long-haul aircraft he boards. Here in five parts we meet Harry Findlay. Meeting Harry Findlay with Simon Nott.
Tony Laws #BettingPeople podcast
32:47#BettingPeople: TONY LAWS We speak to the Star Sports legend Tony Laws, aged 80, who has worked in the betting industry since 1966. He still works in Star’s Woodley Branch, located near Reading …… Meeting Tony Laws with Simon Nott.
Simon Cawkwell #BettingPeople podcast
41:49#BettingPeople: SIMON CAWKWELL made his fortune on the stock market identifying and selling short ‘losers’ in business. He also became adept at backing winners in sport and horseracing. Meeting Simon Cawkwell with Simon Nott.
Frank Yeo #BettingPeople podcast
22:44#BettingPeople: FRANK YEO Frank Yeo is the Chairman of the Devon and Cornwall Point-To-Point secretaries. With him at the helm, the area embarked on live streaming ‘live’ point to point racing from the 2020-21 Pointing season which was largely held behind closed doors. Meeting Frank Yeo with Simon Nott.
Jon Franklin #BettingPeople podcast
26:48(FROM THE ARCHIVE) #BettingPeople: JON FRANKLIN Jon Franklin has used his experiences firstly working in betting shops then progressing to managing them as inspiration to write his first novel ‘Shouting The Odds’ which is based in the pre-Internet betting, pre-mobile phone, halcyon days of betting shops of the 1990’s. Meeting Jon Franklin with SIMON NOTT.
Anthony Kaminskas #BettingPeople Q&A podcast
49:38After the success of his Betting People interview, Anthony Kaminskas answers your questions in this bonus episode!
Marco Blume #BettingPeople podcast
36:07#BettingPeople: MARCO BLUME Marco Blume is the director of trading at international bookmaking giant Pinnacle. In this interview he talks about his background, laying big figures to small margins and how the nature of the ‘game’ has changed since he started…… Meeting Marco Blume with Simon Nott.