That headline is a very quick appraisal of the 60-day trial we’ve almost completed of Robert Frasers Racing Tips, who were actually the highest earners over the last fortnight of the handful of services featured in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 04/07/2017.
9 winners from 26 (34.6% SR) for this service helped them make £65.72 at an ROI of 34.6% since my last roundup, but that wasn’t nearly enough (as you’ll see shortly) to get them out of the hole they’d dug themselves in the first three quarters of their trial : the full details of which are, of course, right here.
More profit was also made by Elite Racing Advice, whose 28 selections of mainly fairly short-priced E/W picks yielded 6 winners (21.4% SR) with 17 of the 28 making the frame (60.7% SR). This meant that those backing them as win only bets made £33.06 at an ROI of 10.11%, whilst those following the vendor’s advised bets made £54.52 (+16.67% ROI). All this has been logged here in our review.
Not such good news for our other three triallists, though. My last roundup was headlined by the 123 System, who had made a great start to their trial, but have slipped back over the past fortnight. This service splits a 1pt level stake with bets at win and place at Betfair SP. Over the last fortnight, they’ve had 7 winners/placers from 12 selections (58.3% SR) for a loss of £6.99 (-5.83% ROI).
That’s not a major loss, of course and if they can address the balance between winners and just placers, I think they’re going to be fine. That, however, might not be the case for TrackSide, but I’m sure time will be the ultimate judge of that! Unfortunately for them, their review shows just 1 winner from 14 (7.14% SR) over the last fortnight for an overall loss of some £137.50 (+85.9% of stakes).
Yet, that above wasn’t the biggest loss of the week! That dubious “honour” went to the Tips Service, who were 5 from 49 (10.2% SR) for a loss of £153.47 (-31.3% ROI) since my last report. Now added to a 0/9 start, this one isn’t looking great overall, as you’ll see very shortly, but I do have something positive to say about it!
They kicked off their trial with no winners from nine in two days, by the middle of day 7, they were actually 0/27! Since then, over the last 8 days, they’ve hit 5 winners from 22 (22.7% SR) for a profit of £26.53 at an ROI of 12.1%. That’s a decent strike rate and a more than acceptable ROI. It’s a low cost service and the results are declared to Betfair SP. So, if they continue in this vein, it might be worth following (personally, I’d be using BOG bookies, considering they generally send the selections out the night before).
… and now the updated “league table”…
|System||Profit||Service Days||Trial days||Fortnightly P/L||Full Review||ROI|
|123 System||£145.30||(at day 27)||27||-£6.99||Click Here||38.24%|
|Elite (as advised)||£79.72||(at day 12)||12||£54.52||Click Here||20.60%|
|Elite (win only)||£61.26||(at day 12)||12||£33.06||Click Here||15.83%|
|TrackSide||-£70.83||(at day 24)||24||-£137.50||Click Here||-15.74%|
|Robert Frasers Racing Tips||-£199.37||(at day 58)||58||£65.72||Click Here||-19.84%|
|Tips Service||-£243.47||(at day 15)||15||-£153.47||Click Here||-41.98%|
As usual, clicking the name of a service takes you straight to their home page, whilst there are links to every review above.
That pretty much speaks for itself, I think, but do bear in mind the caveat regarding the Tips Service, whose recent form isn’t necessarily reflected in the overall analysis. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not suggesting you rush out and subscribe, but I wouldn’t write it off just yet.
There’ll be new reviews on the panel next time, but until then, thanks for reading.