|David Renham holds a degree in mathematics and is currently employed as
Head of Mathematics in one of Wiltshire's leading schools.
For the past seven years David has been researching
racing trends from a mathematical and statistical point
of view. The main area of research being how to profit
from draw bias.
David's first work, privately published in 1998 was
a 12,000 word document on draw bias. This was acclaimed
by leading racing advisor Russell Clarke as
"One of the best two books I have ever read"
In 2000 this work was developed into Bias 2000, a much
larger publication encompassing greater detail and a
longer history of results. It also included a new section
on weight or class bias in sprint handicaps.
Due to an excellent response from the racing public,
David decided to continue researching and published
Bias 2001 in March 2001. This was 50,000 words in length
and covered 30 British race courses.
In 2002 David teamed up with Racing Post odds complier
Graham Wheldon and Andrew Mount.
Together they jointly produced a further Draw Bias
orientated publication, Sprintline 2002.
Daves latest book for 2004 is, Trend Horses Drawn2Win.
This was co authored with Andrew Mount.
In addition to his own published works Dave writes
a weekly column on statistical betting for the leading
racing newspaper Racing and Football Outlook.
If you are interested in receiving profitable betting
advice from Dave please visit
www.PunterProfits.com and www.RacingTrends.co.uk
Currently Dave supplements his income with a steady
supply of betting profits. In time through further statistical
research and the compounding gains he plans to be able
to survive on betting profits alone.