Interview: ANDREW LOWRIE Andrew Lowrie became interested in racing at an early age regaled with stories from his grandfather about bookies doing runners and watching some champions run at Chepstow. After joining an advisory service, at first as a punter, then a contributor he started his own ‘Optimum Racing’, two decades later the rest is history. Andrew explains how he’s beaten the bookies for two decades and continues to do so. Meeting Andrew Lowrie.
ANDREW LOWRIE (part 1 of 3)
Andrew Lowrie, the man behind successful horse racing advisory service ‘Optimum Racing’ talks about his beginnings in racing, his grandfather and mates chasing a bookie at Epsom after the war then teaming up with Mark Holder and Alan Potts to beat them in a different way himself for the last two decades.
ANDREW LOWRIE (part 2 of 3)
Andrew continues his interview discussing how discovering sectional timings changed the way he bet, why he concentrates on chases, tackling the day’s racing and how to price up an event.
ANDREW LOWRIE (part 3 of 3)
In the third and final part of his interview, successful punter and racing adviser Andrew talks about the need to adapt, sports betting, getting into ownership and what the future holds.