The marketing page sets out where the author is coming from in order to provide his tips. A good old fashioned style tipping service based on detailed form study honed over more than 15 years now. Pre-launch proofing showed the potential for the service which offers horse racing win selections normally advised the night before racing so best odds guaranteed prices can be taken.
When signing up you receive a welcome email with staking plan details and where you can view the tips. Although sent by email subscribers can also use their password protected membership access to the site or options that allow smartphone access – these facilities are available on all Betfan services the intention being that a failure of email should not preclude you being able to get at the tips. All bets are advised at 1 point level stake with a 150 point bank advised as prudent. All types of racing are covered.
The service offers quite a high volume of selections – average around 6 daily but can reach 20 – with odds towards the top end of the market without going to obvious favourites. The trial to date has seen 310 runners with 62 winning (20%) the average price advised being around the 7.0 mark. A losing run of 19 was seen with a winning streak of 4 encountered with 14/1 the best successful price. There was no pressure on the bank – max drawdown 9 points but the peak profit of 32 points could not be maintained and we are currently just 5 points to the good. The service has an all time ROI of 28% but has been running at less than this recently. Not a great problem but rather standing still at the moment.
And there is the main potential issue as costing £78 per month you are not going to be happy with 5 points profit in nearly 2 months – coming up to near £30 per point which requires a high level of staking to justify subscribing. The service seems genuine enough and as often seems to be the case I have started to review a downturn occurs. We were quite close to the public launch here and that can also affect a tipster – its not quite the same as proofing and the pressure can be significant. How a service deals with adversity is a good guide to its long term potential and there has been no panic here nor obvious change in strategy to try and engineer a return to past performance. Sean clearly has faith in his abilities.
I am hopeful that we shall see an improvement in performance and so would currently rate the service in the neutral category.