Greyhound Maestro

| November 30, 2019 | Reply

Product Name:

Greyhound Maestro

Company Name & Contact Details:



£33 per month or £75 per quarter. Subscriptions renew automatically at the end of each period unless cancelled.

A free 14-day trial membership is offered to new members.

There is mention of a VIP Club which offers access to all BetHub tipsters both current and future, but I couldn’t find any details.

Money Back Guarantee:

None mentioned, so the standard Clickbank guarantee will apply.

What Do You Get?

Daily greyhound selections from open grade races, with plenty of ante-post picks for the bigger competitions as well.

Where to Buy:

greyhound maestro free trial

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 100-points is recommended for Greyhound Maestro.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The results spreadsheet on the BetHub website shows Greyhound Maestro making a profit of 365.05 points since January 2018, up to 29th November 2019, a monthly average of around 16-points. The ROI is shown to be 23.55% and the win strike rate 32.08%.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

You will need just a few minutes each day to place the bets on this service. The email generally arrives before 10:00 each morning, although ante-post advices can arrive at various times.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

A PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection and access to a range of online bookmaker accounts is recommended.

Value for Money?

As always, I will defer making a comment here until the end of the three months, but fair to say it is off to an encouraging start.

Quality of Customer Service?

Contact details could be clearer and easier to find.

There is no “Contact Us” page on the website and the “Create New Ticket” option which is hidden at the bottom of each page returns an error. The email address is only listed under one of the frequently asked questions so you will only find it if you happen to read the answer to the right question.

Contact may improve under the members’ area, but this has not been tested.


Greyhound Maestro is one of the four services currently offered by the BetHub platform. As the name suggests, this a greyhound tipping service and it focuses on open grade races, with just one or two selections on most days. There are also plenty of ante-post selections from some of the bigger knockout competitions during the year as well.

The daily email usually arrives before 10:00, whilst ante-post selections are generally emailed during the day. BetHub have recently introduced an app (Android and IOS) for members to speed up the delivery of tips. The selections are also available in the members’ area of the website.

The email starts with a summary of that day’s selections including all of the information need to get the bet placed quickly. This is then followed by a review of the previous day’s runners and then an analysis of the day’s picks with plenty of information on the thinking behind the selection.

On average there are just one or two selections most days, although occasionally there can be three or more.

The average odds of the selections is around 9/2, a very healthy level for greyhound racing. Staking is on a scale of 0.5 to 2.5 points, with the average being around 1.5 points.

The results spreadsheet on the BetHub website shows Greyhound Maestro making a profit of 365.05 points since January 2018, up to 29th November 2019, a monthly average of around 16-points. The ROI is shown to be 23.55% and the win strike rate 32.08%.

There is a 14-day free trial open to new members to test the service for themselves.

Results – Month 1 (28th October to 27th November 2019)

We started the review with a nice 14-points profit from the month.

Encouragingly, all of the metrics were in line with the historic figures quoted on the BetHub website. The ROI (return on investment) for the month of 19.79% easily stands comparison with the longer-term historic figure of 23.55%, for example.

Likewise, the strike rate of 31.82% (14/44) is almost bang on the 32.08% quoted for the last 23 months.

The average odds were slightly down on the historic figure at just under 4/1 (4.89), with the winning selections returning at an average price of 3.68 (just over 5/2). Average stakes in the month were 1.61 points, so again very close to the expected level.

The final profit of 14-points is also close to the 16-point per month average claimed over the longer-term for Greyhound Maestro.

There were several runs of four consecutive losers and one of seven during the period. However, there was also a sequence of four straight winners in the middle of the month. On the ante-post front, Redzer Ardfert was tipped at 7/2 to win the RPGTV St Leger.

The net ROI (after deducting the cost of the monthly subscription) is 14.45% at £10 per point stake or 18.68% at 350 per point.

Summary at End of Month 1

A nice profit to start the review, with all metrics in line with the longer-term historic levels.


A full analysis of the results from the review can be found here.


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