A variation on the usual win horse race tipping with normally 4 bets advised daily which should be placed on a stop at a winner basis.
Initially the tips would suggest a bookmaker for tip one followed by Betfair SP for remaining bets but often the BSP price was better than the initial recommendation and after a while all bets became BSP advices. Little consideration was given to those subscribers who do not use a bot as you might need to keep in touch with racing for up to 6 hours to place bets. A bot would of course overcome this issue simply but was not suggested by the service.
A 200 point bank was advised with all bets staked at 1 point.
The USP was that often bets would not be the obvious one for a race and this did lead to some high prices through the trial – in excess of 100 was seen and the average price was 10.51. As you may expect this lead to some long losing runs, 23 being the highest seen.
A total of 415 selections were advised of which 57 did not qualify after earlier winners in the day. Of the 358 remaining 37 won their race – a strike rate of just over 10%. Ironically, of the 57 selections that did not qualify 10 won (17.54%).
Early winners at 17.57 and 9.4 saw the bank reach a high of 22 points profit but the success was not maintained and a steady subsidence took over reaching a low of 39 points drawdown since when there has been a recovery but the service has not been able to return to profit. The final outcome is a 20.4 points loss.
Interestingly the initial welcome stressed the need for a long term view – which is fair enough – but it appears that 3 months is the author’s definition of long term as the service has now been discontinued. Our rating would have been failed had things been continuing.