The author has been around the racing scene for many years and his Betting Info site has access to a wide range of systems and services as well as useful advice for horse racing fans. This service is very straightforward offering one or two selections daily which have been identified from study of form that should be strong favourites to win. We are told that the author backs the selections personally.
The aim is to achieve a high strike rate with few losing runs of any length and so prices will be at the low end of the market. Selections are available daily from a password protected area of the website, normally around 11am. A 40 point bank is suggested with 1 point level staking, bets to be placed at BSP. The reasoning behind the selection is noted on the site.
The review has been the proverbial game of 2 halves. Starting in December with National Hunt racing to the fore the performance was not inspiring with the bank hovering around break even. But the arrival of the turf season seems to have made all the difference with the strike rate creeping up a little and so more odds against prices being successful and profits being achieved.
We have seen 353 runners with a strike rate of just over 51% which has generated profits at BSP of 33.84 points. Prices have ranged up to 11 but the majority are around evens. A winning run of 9 has been seen with the longest losing run of 6. At BSP the ROI is a very reasonable 9.98%.
A plus point of the BWR proofing system is the automatic recording of Industry and BOG price outcomes and a look at the outcomes for this service shows that a significant improvement in profits would be achieved if using BOG prices – the ROI is 3% better and an additional 13 points would be in your bank. This is logical as with the selections being almost always favourite the prices tend to contract from mid morning to the off.
I would see the service as a low risk element for a betting portfolio. It may not be exciting in terms of prices seen but a serious punter would be looking at profit ahead of adrenaline. Would certainly classify the service as positive and at £15 a month is good value at the present performance level.