Members’ Choice Awards – Best Horse Racing Service 2020

Next up in our series of the HBR Members’ Choice Awards is the accolade of Best Horse Racing Service 2020.

This is perhaps the premiere category, with the most services in our Winning Systems list coming from the sport of kings.

Horse racing is probably where the most value is to be found in betting and where the most professional gamblers make their money. 

So as expected it was a very competitive category this year and the results were very tight. There were a number of hot contenders who had their fair share of support.

Onto the results then. 

In third place in the contest for Best Horse Racing Service 2020 was the excellent Bet Alchemist. It’s a service we have been following since 2016 and remains the model of consistency, having made over 600 points profit since starting tipping in 2012. 

Taking the runner-up spot was a service that has made a splash since arriving on the scene around 18 months ago and that is RF Racing Tips. With over 260 points profit made since April 2019 at an ROI of 16%, it was a worthy runner-up in our awards, with a particularly strong end to the year.

Best Horse Racing Service 2020

Onto the winner then and the service taking the accolade this time had narrowly missed out previously, finishing second for the last two years. 

So it was perhaps due the win and this year managed to land it. 

Yes the winner of the Best Horse Racing Service 2020 was…

Little Acorns!

This is one the longest-running horse racing services out there, having been originally released way back in 2009.

It’s a low-liability laying system that follows a clear set of rules and has been delivering profits every year for over a decade now. We conducted our own review of the service back in 2017 and it came through with flying colours. 

It’s impressive to have stood the test of time in the way Little Acorns has and testament to its popularity that it has won this award after coming second the last two years.

Here are the final rankings then for Best Horse Racing Service 2020:

1. Little Acorns
2. RF Racing Tips
3. Bet Alchemist

So the spoils go to Little Acorns and here is what Andrew David, who designed the system, had to say on receiving news of the award:

“First and foremost I would like to thank all your loyal and sharp readers (of which I know you have many) who voted for Little Acorns and if I could thank every one of them individually I would.

I’m overjoyed that at last punters are now becoming more realistic in their expectations on the gains to be made from gambling, and with the help of quality sites such as yours, are now turning their attention to low risk based systems and services that can offer the patient follower some very worthwhile gains over the long term.

My focus in developing Little Acorns was primarily centred around the end user. In my experience, punters hate losing and dread long losing runs that can see most out of the game before they can reap the rewards of the upturn. Therefore, with Little Acorns I’ve included a few staking options that would suit everyone’s attitude to risk. Some are slightly more progressive than others, but either way you will get the edge as Little Acorns simply exploits the unreliability of horse racing, to lead the end user to a profitable conclusion overall. It also provides a great platform for buyers to further tweak if they so wish in the whole arena of low-risk betting.

Put simply, Little Acorns was born out of my extreme dislike of the highs and lows that come with most forms of betting and if you feel the same then you’re on my wavelength. Also Little Acorns is ideal for those who have been gubbed by their Bookies as we work on the exchanges where that can’t happen!

Finally thanks again to all your readers and I hope to share more ideas with Little Acorns followers as and when they arise.”

So that wraps up the award and well done again to Andrew and his Little Acorns system. We’ll be back soon with the next award in the series.

You can check out Little Acorns for yourself here.




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