Quentin Franks Racing (Final Update)

| June 19, 2019 | Reply

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Product Name:

Quentin Franks Racing

Company Name & Contact Details:

Betting Gods Malta Ltd
Level 5, The Quay
Portomaso Marina
STJ 4015
Malta

support@bettinggods.com
www.bettinggods.com

Price:

There are monthly and annual plans available, but no quarterly option at the moment.

The monthly fee is £59 plus VAT where applicable (total of £70.80).

The annual subscription costs £599 plus VAT (£718.80), this is a saving of around 15% over twelve individual monthly payments.

There is a seven-day trial available for £1 (plus the dreaded VAT where applicable!).

Money Back Guarantee:

Yes. 100% guaranteed refund within the first 30 days.

What Do You Get?

Daily win singles on all codes of British and Irish racing plus ante-post selections for major races.

Where to Buy:

Quentin Franks Racing

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 100-points is recommended for this tipster.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The Quentin Franks page on the Betting Gods’ website alludes to an average monthly profit of £245.66 to £10 per point stakes since July 2014. This equates to around 24.5 points per month.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

All of the tips are straightforward win singles and placing them takes a matter of minutes each day, even on days with five or six selections. The bookmakers offering the advised prices are listed, although there are some occasions when better odds are available if you look at the odds comparison sites.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

All of the selections can be placed in the traditional way at your local bookmaker. However, to ensure you get the best prices a laptop, PC, tablet or mobile device with internet connectivity and access to a range of bookmaker accounts is recommended.

Value for Money?

As always, I will wait for the conclusion of the review before offering a definitive comment, but the early signs are extremely promising. The cost was raised a little while back to reflect the performance of the service. However, the performance in our three-month review seems to justify the price tag and a net (after deducting the cost of three month’s membership) return on investment of 13.63% at £10 per point stakes secures a VFM pass for Quentin Franks’ Racing.

Quality of Customer Service?

Has the backing of the established Betting Gods platform and all of my communication has been answered quickly and efficiently. There is a “live chat” option for contacting them as well. The Betting Gods app is also very useful for ensuring you don’t miss tips or get them late through e-mail delays. A notification is sent when new tips are posted.

Review

Quentin Franks is a well-known name amongst the sports betting fraternity, having been providing his quality horse racing service on Betting Gods since July 2014. Quentin is currently on a run of 11 consecutive months of profit (to end of March 2019)*.

The daily selections are win singles on all codes of British and Irish racing, with occasional visits to the UAE for tips from Meydan. There can be anything from one to six selections on any given day, but the monthly average is around 90 tips. Ante-post selections are also provided for some of the bigger races in the racing calendar.

Staking is on a scale of one to three-points. Although in reality, the majority of tips are one-point and three-point maximums are a rare occurrence.

As well as via the daily email, tips are also available online in the members’ area of the website and via the Betting Gods’ app. The tips email usually arrives around 09:00 each morning, occasionally there might be a further update around lunchtime. There are no write ups for the selections, just the race details, the selection, the advised stake, the advised odds and the bookmakers currently offering those prices.

An important point to make here is that the odds generally disappear quickly once the email is out, testimony to Quentin’s following I suppose. To maximise the chances of securing the advised odds you would do well to sign up for the Betting Gods app which has the tips available a good few minutes before the email arrives.

Membership of any of the Betting Gods’ services also gets you access to their Mastermind group on Facebook.

Results – Month 1 (18th March to 17th April 2019)

A look at Quentin Franks’ recent performance on our partner site Tipstars whet the appetite nicely for this review…and we weren’t disappointed!

A total profit for the month of 70.55 points and a Return on Investment (ROI) of 61.89% are impressive figures indeed and came from an average stake per bet of just 1.33 points.

On the second day of the review we had a five-point win bet on 2/1 shot Madame Tantzy at Kempton. Now five-point bets from Quentin are about as common as rocking horse pooh so the result should have been expected, another winner.

There were plenty more winners spread throughout the month, but the other one of exceptional note was the two-point ante-post wager on Chatez for the MansionBet Spring Cup at Newbury. Tipped at 20/1, the price was still available on the morning of the race and so members who had joined since the ante-post bet had been given were still able to get on. The result, a neck too good for the rest of the field!

Although I’ve picked out two bets that merited individual comment, there were actually 28 winners from 84 bets in the month, a hugely impressive strike rate of 33.33% at average odds of over 11/2 (6.71). The average odds of the winning selections were a point lower at just over 9/2 (4.51).

The ROI for the month of 61.89% nets down, after the cost of membership has been taken into account, to 52.42% at £10 per point stakes or 59.9% at £50 per point.

The worst sequence of the month was a run of nine losing bets which included all seven bets on 10th April. There were also a couple of runs of six consecutive losers but nothing of any major concern. Against that, we had two winners out of two on 29th March and again on 15th April, including Korcho at Windsor at 12/1.

Results – Month 2 (18th April to 17th May 2019)

Although the month didn’t quite live up to the highs of last month it was a still a very satisfactory performance. Whilst the average stake per bet stayed constant at 1.33 points, the strike rate fell to 20.56% and the ROI to 15.49%.

Not surprisingly, given the fall in the strike rate, there were more losing sequences than last month. There were a few runs of 10, one of which incorporated all eight selections on 25th/26th April and another which included all nine selections across 1st and 2nd May.

On the plus side though, there were one-point winners at 12/1 (Light Up Our Stars) and 16/1 (Jackamundo), a three-point winner (Future Investment) at 9/2 and another five-point success (Smile A Mile) at 11/2.

Overall, the month ended with a profit of 22.93 points. Added to the gain from last month we now have a cumulative profit of 93.48 points after two months of the review.

The cumulative ROI is now standing at 35.68%. This nets down, after the cost of the membership is taken out, to 28.72% or 34.23% at £10 and £50 per point stakes respectively.

Results – Month 2 (18th May to 17th June 2019)

The final month ended with a small loss of 8.15 points despite the strike rate climbing slightly from the previous month. This was due to a combination of more bets and a lower average price for the winning selections, down from 5.26 (between 4/1 and 9/2) last month to 4.07 (just over 3/1) this.

The month never really got going, despite a three-point ante-post selection winning on the opening day of the period. The month fluctuated between a small profit and a small loss pretty much throughout, before ending at the minus 8.15 points. There were losing runs of 11, 12 and 13 during the period, all of which were longer than any we had seen in the previous two months.

However, it was a minor setback in the grand scheme of things and we ended the three months with an overall profit of 85.33 points, an average of just under 30-points per month, slightly ahead of the historic average claimed for this service. The average stake per bet across the review period was just 1.29 points. 

Although we ended with a losing period, the overall ROI (return on investment) across the review was 19%, which nets down, after the cost of the membership is taken out, to 13.63% or 17.89% at £10 and £50 per point stakes respectively

The return on capital (ROC) was 85.33%, which nets down to 64.09% or 81.08% based on the same stakes as above. 

The review period ended the day before the start of Royal Ascot where Quentin had 13 ante-post selections to run. As I write this update I see that Lord Glitters won the Queen Anne Stakes at an advised 8/1 whilst Visinari was beaten in the Coventry Stakes. The remainder are still to run.

Summary at End of Month 1

Impressive stats from a tipster who is in form* and shows no sign of letting up. Personally, I can’t wait to see how the remainder of the review shapes up.

Summary at End of Month 2

Another excellent month from Quentin Franks Racing. Close to 100-points profit in just two months of the review.

Summary at End of Month 3

Despite a small loss in the final month of the review, we still saw an overall profit of 85.33 points, which supports the historic monthly average claim of 24.5 points. All-in-all there was a lot to like about this service, and the financial returns speak for themselves – 19% ROI and 85.33% ROC (gross figures) as well as the profit.

 

A full breakdown of the results for the review period can be found here.

* – Reference to facts and figures outside of the review period are provided by our partner site Tipstars.

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