The website for this service is not unduly overstated which is a nice change and what you are being offered is set out quite clearly with an explanatory video on how a lay bet is placed. Nice touch but a point or three lost for not detailing the past results. A note saying we average 18 points profit is pretty meaningless without some back up and for such a simple service as this there is no reason not to proof to Racing Index. The authors are very shy with no names offered nor location details.
The welcome email advises that you will get daily selections around midday and that the horses mentioned should be laid. No staking advice so we have assumed a 1 point stake and based on the quoted strike rate in excess of 91% a 100 point bank should be more than adequate.
No mention is made of maximum odds although the price advised in the email is usually about right – we would recommend using BSP for lay betting generally and certainly odds recording as it is the only verifiable price for services. Maximum BSP on selections received has been 8.4 but the majority are under 6.0.
All was going well in terms of selection advice until 11 November since when nothing has been heard despite emails seeking updates. At that point we had seen 24 selections and 18 were successful (75%) resulting in a profit of around 0.5 points. The Twitter feed has gone quiet as well so we are unable to take this review any further.
Naturally the number of selections makes a conclusion impossible but taken with other factors such as poor reporting and communication we see no alternative but to categorise this one as failed.