Unfortunately after a tough run since our review started the Each Way Expert has decided to call it a day and pack in their service.
It’s a shame as it’s only been running since last September and they were still up overall, plus there was plenty of time to turn things around, but of course it’s their decision if they feel they that tipping isn’t for them any more.
So this one gets added to the FAILED/DEFUNCT pile and it’s onto the next review for us.
Each Way Expert – Results Update
19th April 2019
It’s not been an ideal start to our trial of horse racing tipster the Each Way Expert, with a loss of 31 points made so far to advised prices.
At Betfair SP it’s a similar picture, with 35 points lost so far.
This is quite an unusual service in that it tips each-way on all selections, even if they are around evens. At that sort of price we would question whether it would be better to just back them on the nose, but that’s the strategy they’ve adopted so let’s see how it works out over the remainder of the trial.
Each Way Expert – New Review
25th March 2019
Today we are starting a trial of a new horse racing tipster that focuses on backing horses each-way in UK and Irish racing.
Both have established strong records in their own right, but the tipster we are reviewing today is rather newer to the scene, having been tipping since only September last year.
In that time however they have amassed just shy of 100 points profit, which is no mean feat and equates to approximately £140 profit per month to just £10 stakes.
That has been achieved with a solid strike rate of 35% and a commendable return on investment of 14%, with the advised bank having pretty much doubled since they started.
One of the things we like about the service is that all tips are one point each-way stakes, so nice and easy to follow and no fancy staking system to try and inflate results.
There are around 40-50 tips per month so the workload looks fairly manageable too.
As is customary for Betting Gods tipsters, there is a 7 day trial for £1 available so you can try the service out first before moving on to a longer subscription.
All in all then it looks like a decent service and could well be a good compliment to its stablemate the Each Way Leader.
As we always say though time will tell how well things go so let’s wait and see.
We intend to run a standard a three month review although may extend if it looks worth doing so. Results will be posted here periodically during the trial.