February 26, 2021

Product Reviews

Favourites That Win

Cost: Favourites That Win is a £15 system with the option of daily notifications of qualifiers.

The Trial: This racehorse backing service emails daily contenders which only become selections if they start the race as clear favourites. 

Although the system guide states that “I strongly recommend that you follow the guidance in the Make Even More Profit chapter before betting on any horses.”

We have however followed the contenders when they start favourite as any additional analysis on our part would make the results more subjective.

If any readers would like to share their results from following the contenders after their own further analysis, we will be happy to share that with readers.

The contenders when starting favourite, without the further analysis, are claimed to make an 11% ROI and have a strike rate of 43%.

During January there were 121 contenders with 32 qualifying as favourites and 8 of these were winners, a strike rate of 25.0%. 

The winning Betfair SP odds ranged from 1.29 to 3.93 and resulted in a 1-point level stake loss of 12.79 points after deducting 2% commission.  This brings the total review loss to 29.89 points with another 2 weeks to go.

Conclusion: Still time to turn things around. You can find out more here.

Cost: £5.00 for the first 14 days and then £25.00 per month thereafter or £60.00 quarterly.

The Trial: The service settled into a more structured format this month with all advice's arriving in the morning and considerably less bets. The result was further profit of 11.68pts with 15/54 winners. The cumulative position is 59/300 and a profit of 40.73pts. Total outlay to date is 287 pts thereby yielding an ROI of 14.19%.

Conclusion: As this is a reasonably priced service that doesn't charge for losing months it is worthy of consideration. You can find out more here.

Cost: £40.00 per month or £90.00 for 3 months or £150.00 for 6 months or £230.00 for a year.

The Trial: There were 6/29 winners this month with 5 of them coming in the last 8 bets. This turned a loss of 17pts into a profit of 6.60 pts for the month.

The cumulative position is 17/84 and a profit of 6.70 pts. Outlay is 85 pts giving an ROI of 7.88 %.

Conclusion: We are still to be convinced that the selections are from yard information particularly as they are from many different yards. In the meantime, you can find out more here.

Cost: £1 + VAT Trial Price for 14 days then £37.00 per month thereafter or £89.00 every 3 months.

The Trial: Much like the above service a mediocre month was turned into a good month with 3 good winners on the 30th January. Overall there were 17/80 winners and

a monthly profit of 33.10 pts.

The cumulative position is 50/277 and a profit of 34.04pts. Total outlay to date 431.50pts giving a ROI of 7.89%.

Conclusion: We will continue for one more month to see if the recent upturn can be consolidated. Find out more here.

Cost: £1.99 for 15 days then £27.00 per month thereafter.

The Trial: The month started poorly but was transformed with 30/1 and 22/1 winners arriving within a week of each other. There were 20/111 winners during the month and a profit of 13.54pts.

The cumulative position after 4 months is 86/407 winners and a profit of 10.50pts.

Total outlay was 470pts giving a ROI of 2.23%.

Conclusion: The recent big priced winners masked a fairly mediocre performance overall and it's unlikely subscribers would have covered their costs. However, the service has received plaudits in the past and maybe my review just came at a bad time

Find out more here.

Cost: First month £10.00 + VAT then £40.00 per month + VAT thereafter.

The Trial: Of the 40 selections during January 20 were tipped to win and 20 advised each-way. 

The win tips came with recommended stakes of 1, 1.5 or 2 points totalling an outlay of 23.5 points with the 4 winners resulting in a small loss of 2 points. 

The 20 each-way stakes were advised as before at 0.5, 0.75 or 1-point each-way for a total of 29 points and they also produced 4 winners plus 4 placers for a profit of 18.72 points. 

So, with a total of 12 successful bets the overall strike rate was 30% and the net 16.72 points profit gave an ROI of 31.85%.

Conclusion: Nicely consistent so far. You can find out more about Cleeve Racing here.

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Steve Carter

Steve Carter is the Associate Editor of On Course Profits magazine. He has relied on his betting skills and knowledge for his income for the past 15+ years. He specialises in horse racing and football betting & trading and knows what it takes to make a living from betting. He is always looking for new angles for himself and On Course Profits readers.

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