Each Way Tips – Results Update

It’s been a solid start to our trial of horse racing tipster Each Way Tips, with a profit of 5 points made to advised prices after two months. 

You can view full results here.

It’s a similar story at Betfair SP, with a profit of 6 points made for our trial to date. 

A simple staking system of one point each-way on every selection is used, which we like to see.

In any event, a solid start here for them to build on going forward. 





Each Way Tips – New Review

6th July 2023

We are starting a new trial today of a service called Each Way Tips from the Phil Rushton stable of tipsters.

This is a service that has been going since 2019 and in that time has made over 370 points profit

That has been achieved with a good strike rate of 40% and a solid return on investment (ROI) of 12%

As the name of the service suggests, all bets are each-way bets and are on UK and Irish racing. 

The staking is a simple one point each-way on each selection and there are just one or two bets per day on average, making it a straightforward service to follow. 

The tips are supplied by a guy called Pete Thompson who has been a professional tipster for over 3 years and has been betting on horses for 15 years.

His other betting service Racing Wins has been going for a number of years and has also produced decent profits. 

Pete focuses on finding value at prices of 4/1 and above and only selects a horse if he is sure it has a strong chance of winning or placing. 

We often say here at HBR that the crucial factor we look for in tipsters is their longevity – their ability to make a profit over an extended period of time – so it is good to see this service has been running for nearly four years now. 

Whether it can continue performing well we will find out in our trial but the signs are promising at least. 

We started receiving tips on 1st July so will record results from then. Progress will be updated here as we go along as usual.

In the meantime you can check out Each Way Tips for yourself here.






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