Braveheart (Final Update)

| January 6, 2019 | Reply


Product Name:


Company Name & Contact Details:

Sportsworld Publishing Ltd
Innovation Way
South Yorkshire
S75 1JL

01302 429299


£40 per month

Money Back Guarantee:

None mentioned.

What Do You Get?

Three selections from each of two races combined in 3×3 doubles, a total of nine double bets. Tips delivered by email each day.

Where to Buy:

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A 200-point starting bank is recommended for this service.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The service started in December 2017 and according to the website made 600 points profit in its first four months. The results spreadsheet on the website now shows a cumulative 789.17 points to the end of October 2018, an average monthly profit of 71.74 points.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

A maximum of 10 minutes per day should be sufficient. Tips generally arrive between 09:30 and 11:30 daily, there is a message to advise “no bet” days.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

The standard fare of a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with internet connectivity and access to a range of online bookmakers will suffice.

Value for Money?

As always we wait for the complete three month review before offering a final view, but the early signs are encouraging. Looking at the review as a whole I have to side with a “no” here based  purely on the review period. However, there is a case for taking a longer look at this service based on the performance in the first two months.

Quality of Customer Service?

Sportsworld Publishing Ltd has a track record spanning 24 years in the industry, so their customer care should be first class. They offer both telephone and email support.

Although I haven’t had to contact customer support during the trial to date, I have had contact with their management whilst setting up the reviews and found their approach to be professional and courteous at all times, with a timely response to any communication from me.


Braveheart was launched in December 2017 and is part of the Sportsworld Publishing stable of services.

The daily bet comprises three selections in each of two races combined in a 3×3 win double. This is a total of nine double bets and you need the winner of both races for the bet to win. The nature of this type of bet means that there will be potentially long losing periods, but the wins when they come will be significant. At a daily stake of nine-points you will need to hold your nerve at times, hence the 200-point recommended starting bank.

The tips email arrives between 09:30 and 11:30 each day. The content of the email focuses purely on the details of the bet, there is no analysis of the selections. As well as the race details, the selections in each race and the bookmaker offering the advised odds, there is a percentage likelihood of the double coming up and a link to the results spreadsheet.

The advised odds tend to be available with the bookmaker quoted and there have been occasions when better prices for one or more selections are available with an alternative bookie.

The results spreadsheet goes back to the start of the service on 1st December 2017, although the detail prior to 12th February 2018 is lacking, with the selections not named and replaced with “As Advised”.

There are not selections every day as the service relies on finding two races which offer the correct criteria for inclusion.

The website claims, “This tipping service is capable of winning 100 to 200 points each month…” Whilst this is clearly within the realms of possibility, the average monthly profit according to the results spreadsheet is closer to 75-points and there will be months which have significant losses, purely because of the nature of the service. You will need to be comfortable with the ups and downs of this type of service.

Results – Month 1 (1st to 31st October 2018)

We started the review period with seven consecutive losing bets (spread over a 10-day period) before landing five of the next six doubles (over 13 days). At this point we were sitting on a cumulative profit of 73.71 points, before the final three bets of the month lost. The final result for the month was a profit of 46.71 points.

We saw bets on roughly 50% of days this month (16/31) and with five of those being successful the strike rate for the month was a very healthy 31.25%. The best winning double paid 59/1 as Concierge (9/1) and Danish Duke (5/1) landed the spoils.

The Return on Investment (ROI) for the month was 32.44% and the Return on Capital (ROC) 23.36%, both very healthy results.

At £10 per point stakes (£90 per bet) the net return for the month, after deducting the cost of membership, was £427.10, an ROI of 28.86%. At £50 per point (£450 per bet) stakes the net profit rises to £2,295.50, an ROI of 31.71%.

Results – Month 2 (1st to 30th November 2018)

If I’m being totally honest, I thought the service might struggle to match the first month’s performance. But what do I know? Not only did it match it, but it surpassed it as well!

With another five winning doubles in the month, this time from 15 bets, we had an even better 33.33% strike rate. This generated a monthly profit of 60.88 points and took us to a total of 107.59 points after just two months. With a cumulative Return on Investment (ROI) of 38.56% and an ROC (Return on Capital) of 53.8%, this amounts to a very impressive two month’s performance.

The biggest double this month paid 64/1 as Love The Leader (9/1) and Little Bruce (11/2) combined on 9th November. Overall we saw bets on 50% of the days (15/30) again.

The net profit (after the cost of the subscription) at £10 per point (£90 per bet stakes) is now standing at £995.90, whilst at £50 (£450) that rises to £5,299.50.

Results – Month 3 (1st to 31st December 2018)

After the previous two months I certainly didn’t see this coming. All 15 bets this month were unsuccessful, wiping 135-points off the profit and leaving us with a cumulative loss of 27.41 points.

On 10 of the days with bets advised Braveheart hit the winner in one of the two selected races, including Kauto Riko at 16/1. However, single winners are not enough for this service and the absence of a second success on any day resulted in the large loss for the period.

The peaks and troughs seen in the short review period are likely to be indicative of this type of service and a longer-term check is probably warranted, especially as we have seen how good the successful months were.

Summary at End of Month 1

The month’s performance gave a snapshot of the potential volatility of this service, with the nice winning run sandwiched between two losing ones. If you have the nerve for a potential rollercoaster ride then the potential of this service is there to see. I’m looking forward to seeing what the next two months bring.

Summary at End of Month 2

Whilst the average monthly profit (53.8 points) is still below the historic average (75), I have been impressed by the strike rate from the service. If the third and final month of the review can maintain anything like this level of performance then we will have a mighty impressive service on our hands.

Summary at End of Month 3

Overall, we incurred a loss in the review period, but that only tells part of the story. Personally, I think there is grounds for taking a longer look at this service and you can follow Braveheart’s ongoing fortunes at Tipstars, which is designed to proof tipsters’ results over a longer period.

The full list of results for this review can be found here.


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