A second visit to the summit…

…in the last three weeks, is where the Value Racing Tips team find themselves this morning, as you’ll now see in the…

…Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 04/10/2016.

This is actually the second time we’ve reviewed Value Racing Tips after a highly successful trial a couple of years ago, we decided to update you with the current form of this service and it’s going great yet again. Of the 8 reviews showing a combined weekly profit of £740.11 over the past seven days, Value Racing Tips came out on top, just as they did a fortnight ago.

Since my last roundup, they’ve had 5 winners from 18 selections (27.8% SR) for level stakes profits of 18.05pts at an ROI of 100.3% (Click Here for details), which is a fantastic return and this £180.50 addition to their bottom line was over £16 clear of their nearest rival, Pro Footy Tips, who had their best set of results since coming onto the review panel.

Over the last 7 days, PFT had 5 winning bets from 10 for profits of £164.12 (Click Here for the fuller picture) which almost (as you’ll see shortly) brings them back to parity after some 38 days in the red!

And our weekly top 3 is completed by another service, having its second run around the block with us. Quentin Franks Racing (aka QFR) has been very successful over the past couple of years or so, but didn’t really win any prizes under review last time around, but a closer look at the figures suggests it was just an unlucky time to catch them.

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This time QFR seems to be delivering what we’d expect from it from 6 winners from 22 (27.3% SR) a a profit of £130.90 on the week (full details right here) and this is hopefully a taste of what is to come over the coming weeks.

In addition to our weekly top 3, another five services shared a combined profit of almost £265 and you can find links to those reviews in our “league table” further down the page.

Inevitably, where there are winners, there are generally losers, but with just 4 services showing a deficit over the week and sharing a loss of a mere £108.17 between them, there’s no real drama in the losses that ranged from £13.85 to £49.32 and the full story behind those numbers can be found by clicking through to the individual reviews by the links below.

So, here’s the updated state of play…

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Big Race Analysis £1,391.88 (at day 39) 39 £31.38 Click Here
Evening Value Service £587.50 (at day 10) 10 -£20.00 Click Here
Value Racing Tips £586.50 (at day 34) 34 £180.50 Click Here
Morning Value Service £247.50 (at day 14) 14 £72.50 Click Here
Top Form Racing £143.31 (at day 13) 13 £34.75 Click Here
Quentin Franks Racing  £109.90 (at day 7) 7 £130.90 Click Here
Each Way Winners £46.58 (at day 9) 9 £86.58 Click Here
Pro Footy Tips -£9.40 (at day 41) 41 £164.12 Click Here
All Weather God -£23.19 (at day 46) 46 £39.38 Click Here
Value Racer -£27.69 (at day 31) 31 -£25.00 Click Here
Low Hanging Profits -£78.68 (at day 36) 36 -£49.32 Click Here
Glenn Whelan Racing -£103.64 (at day 60) 60 -£13.85 Click Here

As usual, clicking the name of a service takes you straight to their home page, whilst there are links to every review above.

As you can see, it was a quieter than normal week for our overall leader, Big Race Analysis, but it still made another small profit, but there are some good sets of figures in the list this morning and it’s going to be an interesting time watching these big-hitters slugging it out for the number 1 slot.

In fairness, the overall picture is pretty healthy with some bog profits only offset by small-ish losses and the bottom end of the table should look better next week anyway, as we remove two of them!

Glenn Whelan Racing’s 60 days are up, so we say goodbye to that one and although a deficit of £103.64 isn’t the worst trail result we’ve seen, we certainly can’t recommend any service to you on that basis!

And we’re also losing the All Weather God from the panel. To be honest, it’s a strange move from the vendors to pull a service for “poor performance”, when they’re not far short of profitability and just ahead of a ramping up of the A/W programme, but it’s not my call, I just tell you what’s going on!

And that’s pretty much it for this week. I’ll need to replace the outgoing reviews with new ones, so if you’ve any suggestions, let me know, otherwise, I’ll be back again next Wednesday with another update for you.


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