Testing Times for Tipster Triallists…

…late April / early May has been really tricky for those of us involved in daily race tipping (trust me, my own figures bear testimony to this) and our current crop of system/service trials show this only too well, as seen in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 08/05/2018.

In fact, just one of our seven active reviews made any profit at all over the last two weeks and even that wasn’t enough money for more than a couple of pints (maybe 3 up North) ! Even so, it would be remiss of me to acknowledge the £8.41 made by The Racing Tipster since my last roundup. The strike rate was very good at 23.3% (7 winning bets from 30), although slightly down on their current average of 25% and the profit represents a small 2.8% return on stakes.

My issue with this service is that the winning selections are priced so low they barely cover the losers and certainly aren’t covering subscription fees, but they were the best of a bad set of results this time around, as you can now see for yourself via…

…the current review league table…

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £638.45 (at day 46) 46 -£20.00 Click Here 25.53%
Each Way Hits £262.99 (at day 60) 60 -£40.00 Click Here 42.46%
JB Racing Tips £156.64 (at day 22) 22 -£68.99 Click Here 23.82%
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £91.89 (at day 18) 18 -£31.36 Click Here n/a
Loves Racing £89.50 (at day 12) 12 -£14.50 Click Here 11.05%
The Racing Tipster £6.83 (at day 58) 58 £8.41 Click Here 0.63%
Race Reader -£352.17 (at day 42) 42 -£40.00 Click Here -41.93%

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

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Now, in fairness, despite a tricky two weeks for pretty much everyone, the overall picture is quite promising, aside from the continued woes of the Race Reader service, who just don’t seem to be living up to their name!

The rest of the above is self expalnatory, but before I sign off, I wanted you to draw your attention to the recently completed review (it’s here in its entirety) compiled by Iain MacMillan on the Each Way Hits service.

This one clocked up a good wedge of profit at a decent ROI based on clear instructions, but don’t take my word for it : Iain’s review is right here, but if you’re pressed for time, let me tell you what Iain thought of this one…

…let’s start in the usual way with the statistics: Each Way Hits had 60 selection of which 22 made a return (nearly 37%) and this secured a tidy profit of nearly £263 from stakes of £615 (representing a very healthy ROI of nearly 43%). I have to say these are impressive figures and are actually higher than those claimed by the service since its inception.

As we said in the review introduction ‘Each Way Hits focuses on the longer priced selections in the hope of at least making the frame with any winners coming at a welcome bonus’, so it came as a bit of a surprise when 50% of the selections giving a return actually won the race! I have always been a fan of each way betting and get more satisfaction (and money) when I have a 16/1 bet come 3rd than an even money favourite winning.

Each Way Hits is affordable, profitable, exciting and fun, what more could you ask for when betting on horses. I have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone considering investing in a tipping service, it would be a profitable addition to any portfolio…

Those of you interested in a subscription to Each Way Hits can get involved by clicking the service name anywhere on this page and is priced at £45.00 per month (quicklink here) or better value was available in a quarterly sub at £90.00 for 3 months (via this link).

And that’s it from me for another fortnight, I’ll be back with another roundup later in the month when hopefully results will have improved. In the meantime, if you’ve any queries, you know here I am and I’d be happy to receive suggestions about what we should review next!


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