#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.
HARRY FINDLAY (part 1 of 5)
Harry talks about being the nightmare of the ‘Responsible Gambling’ message, why backing short ones is no longer viable, betting on Australian dogs, Jackpots and Scoop 6s, being a probability man and always surrounding himself with shrewd judges.
HARRY FINDLAY (part 2 of 5)
Harry talks about how teaming up with different types of punters and working in combination, betting on Grand Prix racing, bets to avoid and the glorious years winning the Scoop 6.
HARRY FINDLAY (part 3 of 5)
Harry talks about his great friend and top horseracing judge Glenn Gill, Frankel and Black Caviar, betting on snooker, his passion for Greyhound racing, Ballyregan Bob, his first time at the dogs which changed his life and Don Cuddy.
HARRY FINDLAY (part 4 of 5)
Harry talks about Tony Bloom and Paul Barber being unlikely friendships that worked, why he finds racing people infectious, his tussle with the BHA, the Tote revolution and more.
HARRY FINDLAY (part 5 of 5)
Harry concludes his interview talking about his ability to bounce back, buying Lifford Greyhound Stadium and how he’s continued to survive punting for a living.