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Bloomfield Hills, MI, United States, 2007/12/16 - The thoroughbred horseracing handicapping service, TRP Services, recently announced the launch of its new website.
"I've been an enthusiastic member of the thoroughbred horse racing community for more than half a century, and I'm ready to share my knowledge and love of the sport with you," said, Uncle T, President of TRP Services. "With the ability to share information on the web, it's only logical to have a presence on the Internet.”
Uncle’s T’s has an incredible winning record, averaging more than 70% winners on his handicapped picks. The site includes a myriad of helpful resources throughout so that horserace lovers can learn about the exciting world of thoroughbred racing.
The site posts Uncle T's picks five times weekly. Each time a pick is posted, site users will receive email notices reminding them to log in and get that day’s recommendations. "Or, you can log in to the site regularly to stay up to date," said Uncle T. "Once you know my picks, place your wager using your favorite service -- or use one of the preferred partners on our site."
If users subscribe to TRP Services today, they will receive the first two weeks of membership absolutely free. After two weeks of playing Uncle T's picks, users can choose whether to keep their membership. The member sign up process utilizes PayPal®, so it is easy, safe and secure. Following the free two-week trial, a regular monthly membership of $47 can be canceled at any time.
It's important that users understand that site subscriptions to Uncle T's recommendations will be capped and limited to a community of 500 members. "People need to make sure to get the insider information while memberships are still available," Uncle T said. "The site is a quick way to get the best picks and learn the ins and outs of thoroughbred horse racing."
TRP Services offers thoroughbred horse racing information and horse racing tips online for horse racing handicapping -- and for those who love thoroughbred horses and the horse racing tracks.