The All Weather Specialist from George Foster offers win tipping advice for all weather horse racing. Author claims years of successful betting personally and has developed the system underlying the selection process since May 2015. Advised by email on morning of racing.
Value Bets from Bet Catalyst offers win and each way advice on handicap horse racing class 2 or better. Underlying selection basis is in house speed ratings with additional filters applied to find runners. Advised by email around 10-11am on day of racing but additional advice may be given if warranted. Staking up to 2 points per selection and small multiples sometimes advised.
Best Bets for Profit from Dean Harris offers win, place, lay and place lay betting tips for horse racing from Monday to Friday. Selections accessed via members area of website. 2016 results available to download – shows £4,554 profits on backing and £11,250 for laying with £10 level stakes. Max lay price advised 20.0. Daily free competition for members plus new subscribers are offered free lay betting system
Max Racing Partnership from Warren at Betting Gods offers a selective win tipping service for horse racing. Advised by email on morning of racing with up to 40 bets per month. Historic strike rate 32% with ROI 15.29%. Results disclosed on site.
Odds On Bankers from Jay Collins at TV Tipster offers highly selective low odds horse racing tips which are information based. Advised via email or password protected members area of website – available late morning on day of racing. Full results disclosed on website.
The Win Advisor Service from Darren Hyde is a horse rail email tipping line with selections advised the evening before racing. The USP seems to be that even though he sends the selections early you will make a profit at ISP which is what claims are based upon. Bank is re-calculated monthly with any profit re-invested until end of 1st year.
2 Minute Trader from Markiteer Ltd is a horse racing trading service. The team behind the service will do all the research to find suitable and potentially profitable horse racing trades and then they will send notifications to you via email telling you all the details you need to place the trade.
Recipients of invitations to use this service are asked to place bets for “the UK’s number one commission agents” for which they receive a commission whether the horse advised wins or loses
Betting Eagle Tipster from Nick Porter offers win tips for horse racing with unverified 90% accuracy claimed. Laughable story where author apparently hacks the email account of his wife’s lawyer and finds horse racing tips which have made him vast sums. He is happy to suggest that his illegal activities will be continued and forwarded to subscribers. Not clear how a law firm partner based in Pittsburgh USA has access to the tips nor why his Leicester based wife is using this firm for their divorce proceedings. Surely the author has not copied a similar service marketing page in the States and omitted to anglicise it properly? Only 50 places available so may just be too late – shame.
Victory Tips from David Hall offers win betting tips for horse racing. Claims min 43% strike achieved and results available from website but unverified. Standard marketing rags to riches story with images that have been used on other websites previously. The London based client is an actor and the guy from Kent appears on a male grooming website. Should offer 2 to 4 selections daily.
The Power of Four by Eddie Lloyd offers win betting tips for horse racing derived from the software provided by The Race Advisor (Michael Wilding). Author studies out put daily and offers average of 2 selections daily being the prime opportunities available. Emails received mid morning on day of racing. Recommended to back with Best Odds Guaranteed bookies
Boom Bets from Nick Stevens offers email based win tops for horse racing. Unable to offer full results due to “severe lack of record keeping skills” but has managed to summarise claiming 539 points profit since Jan 2015 at average odds 6.80. Up sell to place service offered on signing up. Marketing emails claims opening doors again but website set up June 2016 and no obvious trail for past opportunities to subscribe. Suggested that invitation only to join but if you have not had email about this service you may have been hiding under a bush!