Horse Racing Tips Daily Review

| October 14, 2011 | 2 Replies

Product Name: Horse Racing Tips Daily

Author: Stuart and John Traynor

Company Name & Contact Details:
email: j.d.traynor@hotmail.com

Headline:

Winning tips each day for free

Price: 1 moth trial £20 then either 3 months £50 or 6 months £100 subscriptions

Money Back Guarantee: Money is refunded if you have not made 20 points in month.

What Do You Get?  

– Email horse race tipping service.

Where To Buy: http://www.freeracingtip.com/

Brief Summary:

The Horse Racing Tips Daily service by Stuart and John Traynor offers free daily horse racing tips through its website and those subscribing receive further tips by email normally by 12 noon daily.

How Much Money Do I Need To Get Started? 

Not specified – 100 point bank assumed.

How Much Money Can I Make?  

Minimum 20 points per month guaranteed. Profit of 9.5 points seen in trial period of 1 month. Free tips seen a loss of 5 points.

How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work?

5 minutes daily.

Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This? 

PC and Internet connection to receive emails.

Value For Money? 

Guarantee would have been operable in trial period – would not recommend a 3 month subscription based on experience seen in this time.

Quality Of Customer Service?  

Emails responded to within 24 hours.

Midpoint Review 18/10/2011

This service started out by sending a daily PDF with the premium tips which then became a Word file and is now a straightforward email. Apart from the disclosure of all their clients in the address line this has worked well and the main problem here is the varying times that the selections are received.

The website says tips will normally be sent by midday but it is rarely before 1pm and often after 2pm. Another minor grouse is the website itself, where the free tip is posted daily.

Here they need to take some professional advice as the site is taking longer and longer to load each day as its size increases. This is easily overcome if you set things up properly in the first place.

The author’s suggest that clients use Betfair as “they have best odds available” which is not always the case at the lower end of the market especially when you take commission into account and I would always recommend that you use oddschecker or a similar service to ensure best value for your bets.

Turning to the selections – these can be for win or place and have typically averaged around 3 points per bet. No guidance is given on the size of the betting bank so we have assumed 100 points from the outset.

After a slow start (the bank declined by nearly 20%) the results have been good with a strike rate of 40% on the premium service and a little less on the free tips. There have been no odds on tips and the best winner was at odds of 4.5.

The results shown on the website are in agreement with my testing and the odds advised are generally available within half a point.

To date the premium service has had 45 tips in 17 days with 18 winning bets. If this continues to be the case the service will get a thumbs up from me and at £50 per quarter is moderately priced.

Review 01/11/2011

The highly encouraging start has not been maintained although the paid service is still showing a profit after the full month’s trial. The technical irritations have continued and this can undermine your confidence on the service as a whole.

For example the timing of the emails varied from the night before racing to 2.25pm on the day so difficult to plan as a user. The website itself was not always available to view and there were 2 days when no tips were received but no note was recieved to say there were no bets.

As I write this review I have been unable to access the website for the whole of the day and this was also the case for some of the previous day. If your cash is being taken to provide a service then you expect the basics to be available readily.

In the trial there were 81 selections for the paid service of which 22 were winning bets.There were originally a mix of place and win bets but recently only win bets have been seen. The strike rate is now 31% and from a peak profit of some 50 points we were left with just 9.5 at the end of the trial. This would invoke the guarantee although quite how this would operate in practice is not fully clear.

Full details of the results are given in the spreadsheet and this includes the daily free tip where a small loss has been seen. The odds recommended have been largely available and nothing has been tipped at odds on in the trial which is often the resort of services when things are not going quite so well so a plus point there for the service. All services will see good and bad times and it is how the bad times are coped with that matters.

In my view the service is a genuine attempt to provide winning tips for subscribers and if a slight upturn is seen then the subscription will be good value being at the lower end of the scale. Perhaps some more flexibility would be sensible with a monthly option continuing to be available after the first month?

Above all though get the technical aspects right quickly because the patience of the internet generation is remarkably limited.

You can see a full breakdown of my results here:

Horse Racing Tips Daily Results.

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Tags:

Category: Betting, Horse Racing, Horse Racing Tipsters

Comments (2)

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  1. davidn says:

    hi have you got a link to there web-page.
    thank you

  2. davidn says:

    hi does anyone use this service.
    thank you

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