These are the winning horse racing systems and tipsters that we have tested over an extended period and found to consistently generate a profit.

We use all these services ourselves and we will regularly update results to ensure a continued place on our approved list is merited

back and win pic

Back and Win – Final Review

We have reached the end of our three month trial of Back and Win and here are the final results:

 

Profit/loss:  +87 points  
Strike Rate:    87%
Bank Growth:    58%
Cost:   £49 + VAT/month for one service or £69 + VAT/month for both 
ROI:   10%
Average number of bets:    9 per day
VERDICT:   PASSED
Rating:

 

You can view full results here.

 

Back and Win – Full Review

 

We were quite skeptical at the outset of our trial of Back and Win, primarily because it is a “stop at a winner” system, which we would normally dismiss out of hand.

Added to that, in the information given after you sign up, they talk about not being interested in value but instead finding winners, which is against conventional wisdom in betting.

However, we always let results speak for themselves and give every system a chance to prove itself.

And we are pleased to say Back and Win has overcome our initial skepticism and achieved success during our trial.   

The two systems delivered 87 points overall over the course of the trial, which is most commendable.

The bank grew nicely over the course of the three months we used the systems and was never in danger of being lost. 

Our only real criticism of the service is the lack of clear instruction on how to utilise it.

This is a fairly major omission, as it would really not be hard to provide some instructions and would save users a lot of time figuring out how to operate the stop at a winner systems – but we will delve into that further below.

Overall, despite this one criticism, we do think Back and Win has delivered some impressive results during our trial and are happy to give it a recommended rating.

 

How it Works

When you join Back and Win, you can choose from three options:

  1. Get the Sure Certs Selections, which are 3 bets per day at £49 + VAT per month
  2. Get the Fire and Forget Selections, which are 6 bets per day at £49 + VAT per month
  3. Get both sets of selections for £69 + VAT per month

Then you need to login to the site each day to get the selections.

The selections – unusually – aren’t for a particular horse but for a given race and you just back the favourite in that race regardless of who it is and what the price is. 

 

Instructions – or lack thereof – on how to operate

Now when you join up and log in to Back and Win, there is some guidance on how to use the selections.

However, these are quite vague and do not contain any details of how to follow them on a “Stop at a Winner” basis.  

Given that the results on the website are presented on a stop at a winner basis and in the guidance it says “The best staking plan we have found to use since using these selections is the ‘Stop At A Winner’ staking plan,” you would expect there to be some instructions.

We can’t imagine anyone is going to sit at their laptop each day recalculating the stake for each selection, which is going to be very difficult when you don’t know until the off exactly what the SP will be, or in some tight races even who the favourite will be.

What was more frustrating for us was that when we e-mailed them asking for instructions on how to follow the selections on a stop at a winner basis, they had no explanation!

This is amazing as we would have thought they would be following the selections themselves or at least investigated for their members how to do this.

But alas not, so we were left to figure it out for ourselves.

Thankfully the good folk (i.e. Alistair) at the Bet Engine were more helpful and gave us pointers on to how to set up the bot.

So you can set things up to be automated and you just need to enter the relevant races each day and the bot will do the rest and place the bets for you on Betfair.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: PASSED

We are pleased that our initial skepticism with Back and Win seems to have been misplaced and that they have generated decent returns during our trial.

A profit of 87 points across the two systems is very good going and our bank was never in jeopardy during the trial.

However, the lack of instructions on how to set up the stop at a winner system from them is poor frankly and leads us to downgrade this by at least half a star.

And a warning that if you want to automate this – which we would very much recommend – then you will need a subscription to a bot on top of the subscription to the service.

We use the Bet Engine, which currently costs from £12.50 per month after a free 7 day trial.

All in all we are happy to give Back and Win a recommended verdict but do think some improvements need to be made in terms of customer service.

 

 

 

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Back and Win – Results Update

10th July 2016

It has been a good time for Back and Win, who have added a further 33 points profit since our last update to sit at 63 points profit overall for the trial.

You can view full results here.

That breaks down as 23 points profit for the Sure Certs and 40 points profit for the Fire and Forget Selections.

Just to recap, Back and Win is a “stop at a winner” system with two sets of selections (as above) with the former having 3 potential selections per day and the latter 6.

You always bet on the favourite and keep increasing your stakes until you hit a winner.

So far, the worst loss we have had for is -15 points when all the selections lost for both services on the same day (16th May).

Just a short note as well that we missed the selections on 2nd July, when apparently the F&F Selections won but the SC selections lost.

Back soon with our final review of Back and Win.

 

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Back and Win – Results Update

13th June 2016

It’s been an up and down time for Back and Win since our last update just over a month ago. 

Our results have them on 30 points in profit overall, a six point improvement over last time.

You can view full results here.

However, unfortunately our reviewer was travelling on 23rd May (well, it was fortunate for him!) and missed the selections that day. Those selections both lost, with the Sure Certs losing  2 points and the Fire and Forget Selections 15 points we understand.

So in fact, the results should actually be 13 points in profit overall from using both services. Not bad by any means, but not as good as our results spreadsheet shows.

Anyway, back soon with more updates.

 

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Back and Win – Results Update

9th May 2016

After getting a series of e-mails about a betting system called Back and Win, we decided to test it out.

The e-mails claimed some fairly incredible results, with a 99% strike rate for one of the systems and 100% for the other!

So how has it performed in testing?

Well so far the results have stacked up against the claims made in their e-mails.

We have had 12 betting days so far with both systems – the “Sure Certs” and “Fire and Forget” systems – and both have won each day, so 12 points profit has been accumulated for each system.

So that’s 24 points profit in total so far. 

You can view full results here.

But – and you may have sensed there was a “but” coming – these are essentially “stop at a winner” systems whereby you are increasing your stake until you hit a winner.

You are always backing favourites, so to recover your stakes on previous selections and still win 1 point, by the end of the day you can be backing 50 or 60 points on the final selection if you haven’t had a winner yet.

So let’s say you are making 25 points profit per month. Just one bad day could wipe out two months’ work.

That is the risk you are taking, on the Fire & Forget Selections at least, where there are 6 selections per day.

The risk isn’t as high on the Sure Certs Selections, where you are backing just three selections per day.

The test of the systems will be to see how long they can go before hitting a losing day and then the question will be seeing how we can deal with losing a big chunk of the bank in one go.

We also found the instructions for the systems a little confusing.

In the information provided when you log in, there is a table provided with a £2 – £4 – £10 – £20 staking plan. 

However, this would not allow you to match their results of 1 point profit each day. 

Below the table it says:

“The best staking plan we have found to use since using these selections is the ‘Stop At A Winner’ staking plan, whereby you take into consideration any losses from previous selections, with you then staking sufficient money on the next selection, this allowing you to recover your previous losses, and at the same time win your intended daily profit.”

Upon e-mailing them, they supplied a stop-at-a-winner calculator and said I could use a bot to follow the selections, but did not provide instructions for how to set up the bot to follow their systems.

It would be much more helpful if the stop-at-a-winner calculator and bot instructions were provided when signing up, either by e-mail or through the website login.

Anyway, that is just our opinion. So far we would say that the systems are performing well but come with a significant health warning.

We will of course keep monitoring results for three months and will be back with another update soon.

In the meantime, you can check out Back and Win here.

 

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Back and Win – New Review

25th April 2016

We have been getting lots of e-mails about a service called Back and Win, which claims some pretty astonishing results.

It has two categories of selections: The “Fire and Forget” selections which they claim have a 100% strike rate and the “Sure Certs” selections which they say have a 99% strike rate.

Going back to August 2015, the former have supposedly amassed 186 points profit, while the latter have made 175 points profit. 

Having had a look at the results published on the website, this appears to be a “stop at a winner” system that requires you to back a number of horses until you hit a winner and then to stop.

We are not sure what kind of staking system is used but imagine it must be some kind of ratcheting system.

Such things are normally dangerous and not for the risk-averse, but given the results we think this one is at least worth checking out and seeing if it lives up to the rather spectacular billing.

So we will get a trial underway and will report back soon with our findings.

In the meantime you can check out Back and Win here. 

 

pro betting club logo

Ultimate Horse Power – Final Review

Oh dear.

What can we say really?

Sometimes everything that can go wrong, does go wrong.

This has been the case for Ultimate Horse Power sadly, who on 26th May reached the disappointing point of having blown the whole advised 100 point bank.

You can view full results here.

Any service that reaches that point has to be an automatic fail really. 

You can debate whether the advised bank should have been bigger, and with a strike rate of 17%, there is an argument that it should have been quite a bit more substantial.

However, we can only go with is advised at the outset of our trial and on that basis the whole bank was lost.

Sometimes that just happens in betting, occasionally any service can hit a horror run.

But in the sink-or-swim world of tipping, anything that doesn’t excel sadly falls by the wayside and so with 100 points lost in a month, Ultimate Horse Power is one such service.

OVERALL RATING: FAILED

 

 

————————————————

———————————————————————————————————————————-

Ultimate Horse Power – Results Update

13th May 2016

It seems like the reviewer’s curse has struck again.

So often it seems like a tipster or betting system has a brilliant record and promises great levels of return.

But then for some reason, as soon as you start a review of said product, things go pear-shaped.

This has been the case so far with Ultimate Horse Power, which had made a superb 230 points profit coming into our trial, with an average monthly profit of 59 points.

However, unfortunately after three weeks of the trial we are 44 points down.

You can view full results here.

All bets are placed at Betfair SP and a bot can be used for placing the bets, as there are a large number of bets each day. 

It is early days of course, so plenty of time to turn things around and get back to winning ways for Ultimate Horse Power.

Back soon with more updates.

 

 

 

———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

Ultimate Horse Power – New Review

25th April 2016

There are generally two approaches to betting on the horses.

One is to take a very selective approach, scanning the races very carefully and only choosing those one or two bets each day that really stand out.

Then there is the other approach that focuses on high volume betting, backing 10-20 horses per day and looking to take advantage of a small edge over the market that repeated many times, will add up to big profits over time.

There is no “wrong” or “right” approach as such – both can work well.

However, the latter can certainly build a bank more quickly and tends to lead to higher profit levels at the end of an extended period of say a year.

And it is into this latter category that our latest trialist falls.

Ultimate Horse Power is a relatively new service to the reputable Pro Betting Club stable and has amassed an impressive record so far.

After 4 months, the service is over 230 points in profit.

That works out at 59 points profit per month, a very decent average.

And April is going well so far too, with over 30 points profit accumulated to date in the month.

The good thing is that the results are recorded at Betfair SP, which is reassuring and means you know you can match their results.

As we say, there are a large number of bets each day – often between 20 and 30 – so if you were doing things manually then it could take a bit of time to place the bets.

However, if time is an issue then you can use a bot to place the bets for you. Full instructions of how to set up the Bet Engine bot to place bets for you are given on the Pro Betting Club website.

A 100 point bank is advised for the service, so hopefully that will be enough to cover losing runs and give us steady returns.

Anyway, without further ado, we are pleased to get our trial of Ultimate Horse Power underway and we will return soon with our first update.

In the meantime, you can check out Ultimate Horse Power here. 

GG Tips – Final Review

After two months we thought it was time to call it a day on our trial of GG Tips.

With a grand total of 336 points lost, there didn’t seem much point continuing to monitor results.

As we suspected at the outset, it is virtually impossible to make a profit from tipping in every race and that has proved to be the case here.

So certainly we couldn’t advise that you back all the bets put up by GG Tips.

 

Potentially Profitable Angles

However, is there any aspect of the service that might have potential of generating profit?

Well, here is a breakdown of the results by the type of bet over our trial:

 

Bet Type Profit/loss
Every race    -251.7 points
Bet of the Day     -0.78 points
Daily Double  -23.1 points
Tasty Treble  -59 points
Lucky 15  +4.11 points
Outsider  -7.5 points

 

So there is potential in the Bet of the Day, Lucky 15 and Outsider bets. All of the results are recorded at SP, so using Betfair SP or early prices, you would certainly be able to beat these results.

Using Betfair SP, you would have made a profit on the Bet of the Day selections, which is good news and confirms our initial thoughts that having a “nap” of the day is much more likely to produce a profit than backing in all races.

The other good thing about GG Tips is that it is free and there is a host of other information on the site, including cards and results, news stories, blogs from tipsters and horse racing experts and alerts where you can get notified if a particular horse is due to run.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: NEUTRAL

So overall we think a neutral rating is a fair verdict for GG Tips.

It is probably best avoiding the tips in all the individual races, but the Bet of the Day, Lucky 15 and Outsider Bets have shown the potential to be profitable. 

And with the service being free and having a number of other features, GG Tips is overall a decent racing site in our opinion.

 

 

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

GG Tips – Results Update

23rd April 2016

It’s been a sorry story for GG Tips, who have dropped another 175 points since our last update.

That puts them 285 points down for the trial so far. 

You can view full results here.

Our worry expressed at the start of the trial was that it is virtually impossible to make a profit when tipping in every race and that certainly seems to have been borne out here.

We may conclude this trial early as it is so far down there doesn’t seem a great deal of point in continuing it much longer.

 

 

 

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

GG Tips – Results Update

30th March 2016

It’s been a rough start to our trial of GG Tips. This is a website that provides tips for every race in the UK and Ireland on a daily basis, plus their best bet of the day and some multiple selections.

After a month of following all their tips, they are -110 points down to advised prices.

You can view full results here.

This seems to be proof if ever it were needed that it is practically impossible to make a profit from tipping on every race. 

However, unfortunately their naps and multiples haven’t done very well either. Although yesterday they were very close to going through the card at Southwell, picking 6 out of 7 winners. 

Anyway, hopefully things will pick up for them over the remainder of the trial. 

 

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

GG Tips – New Review

22nd February 2016

Today we are starting a new trial of a free horse racing tipster called GG Tips – or to give them their proper website name, gg.co.uk.

This is a very popular tipping site that offers tips for every race in the UK!

Not bad going, although we usually have reservations about tipsters who do that, as it can often mean you are tipping for the sake of it in races when there isn’t really a good bet.

But fortunately they also have their “best bets” of the day that include a single, double, treble, lucky 15 and an outsider of the day.

So hopefully these more focused bets – their naps if you like – will produce the goods. That’s not to say betting in every race can’t work of course, it’s just that it is hard and we haven’t seen it done successfully before.

It’s always nice to see a tipster that offers their tips for free though, especially as there are some quite expensive ones out there – often who aren’t even very good!

There don’t seem to be any results for their tips published on the site – or at least none that were easy to find – which is usually a small cause for concern, but does not necessarily mean the results aren’t good. We shall find out!

Anyway, this website has a very big following so we doubt people are following them if they aren’t very good. That’s the theory anyhow. 

We will run our normal trial and see how they get on.

Back soon with an update on GG Tips.

 

Cudworth’s Racing Lays – Final Review

N.B. – Please note this service is no longer available.

——————————————————————————————————————————————————–

 

We have reached the end of our three month trial of Cudworth’s Racing Lays and here are the final results:

 

Profit/loss:    +22 points
Strike Rate:    83%
Bank Growth:    29%
Cost:    £1 for first 30 days then £29.95/month or £69.95/quarter
ROI:   17%
Average number of tips:    10 per week
VERDICT:   PASSED
Rating:

 

You can view full results here.

 

Cudworth’s Racing Lays – Full Review

 

The idea of betting on horses to lose has something quite seductive about it.

As any gambler knows, finding winners on a consistent basis is tough. All manner of things can happen in a horse race to derail the chances of a good sort. 

But we’ve all seen horses who we thought “that one can’t possibly win”.

It’s either completely out of form, running in conditions that aren’t suitable or is simply outclassed.

So you would think laying horses would be the ideal way to make some easy cash. 

But sadly it isn’t quite as easy as it seems.

You can have a long run of winning bets and everything seems rosy – but then you hit a loser and it wipes out a substantial portion of your bank.

Over the years we’ve seen quite a few laying systems but sadly none of them have managed to make a consistent profit.

So we were interested to come across Cudworth’s Racing Lays, a laying tipster from the Betting Gods stable who showed quite a bit of potential prior to our trial.

And after completing a three month trial I am pleased to say we were not disappointed.

A profit of 22 points during the trial is decent for lay betting and the strike rate was an impressive 83%.

Here is the profit graph for the trial:

Cudworth's Racing Lays Graph

A big spike early on, but after that it was quite nice and steady bank growth.

The return on investment was also notably high for a laying system at 17%, which is well above what you would expect with a strike rate as high as 83%.

Most of the lays were at tolerable odds as well, with the majority being in the range of 2.0 to 5.0, although there was one loser at 11.33 which hit the bank a bit.

 

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: There are just 1-2 tips per day, which makes this is a nice relaxed service to follow. All bets can be placed at Betfair SP which makes things really straightforward. 

Availability of prices: The good thing is that all results are recorded at Betfair SP, so you know you can match their results.

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 83%, which is excellent and means you will be winning most of your bets. There has even been a 26-bet winning streak in the past!  

Advised Betting Bank: There is no betting bank advised but we used a 75 point bank for the trial, given most of the lays are up to around a BSP of 6.0. However, be warned that a run of losers could hit the bank quite hard. 

Subscription costs: You can get a 30 day trial for just £1, which is a great way of testing things out. If you want to carry on after that, the costs are £29.95 per month or £69.95 per quarter.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: PASSED

Despite seeming like an easy way to make money, lay betting is actually much harder than most people think and there aren’t too many successful laying tipsters around.

So we are pleased to have completed a successful trial of Cudworth’s Racing Lays, a service that delivered solid profits at a great strike rate of 83% and a very decent ROI of 17%.

It is a straightforward service to follow, with just one or two bets per day and all bets can be placed at Betair SP – so just “set and forget.”

As ever, we will continue to monitor things and update the results periodically.

For the time being though, this one gets a recommended rating and if you like the idea of betting on horses to lose, Cudworth’s Racing Lays looks like one of the best options we have encountered so far.

 

 

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

Cudworth’s Racing Lays – Results Update

12th April 2016

Things have picked up nicely for Cudworth’s Racing Lays since our last update back in February.

They have made 15 points profit since our last update, meaning they are 11 points up overall.

You can view full results here. 

There’s something very appealing about laying horses and having so many winning bets. Profits are of course the most important thing, so we will if things can continue in a positive fashion for Cudworth’s Racing Lays over the remainder of the trial.

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

Cudworth’s Racing Lays – Results Update

25th February 2016

It has been a bit of a slow start to our trial of Cudworth’s Racing Lays, a horse racing tipster who lays selective bets each day.

So far we are 4 points down, which isn’t too bad by any means but isn’t quite up to the standards set coming into the trial.

You can view full results here. 

Sometimes the losing lays can hit the bank quite hard, as on 6th February when 7.5 points were lost on one lay – ouch.

But then you get nice long winning runs of 6 or 7 in a row, which rebuilds things quickly.

An interesting service so far in any event and one we will be intrigued to see how it gets on over the trial as a whole. 

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

Cudworth’s Racing Lays – New Review

2nd February 2016

Today we are commencing just our second trial of a laying service here at Honest Betting Reviews.

The service in question is Cudworth’s Racing Lays from the Betting Gods stable.

Laying somehow has great appeal to us punters. After previously only ever being able to back horses to win, there is something instinctively appealing about being able to bet on horses to lose.

After all, there must be plenty of stinkers out there, who don’t have the right conditions for them or are just plain rubbish, right?

And the old saying that you never see a poor bookie must be because they are laying the field.

Well sadly laying isn’t quite as easy as it at first seems. When you lay on the exchanges you don’t get the same value as the bookies as they have their treasured overround and you have to pay commission.

Still, with dedicated study (or some inside info) it should still in theory be possible to pick horses to lose and make some tasty profits from lay betting.

So it is with such hopes that we turn to Cudworth’s Racing Lays.

This is a relatively new service, having only been tipping since September 2015 but in that has amassed over 60 points profit, which is no mean feat when laying.

Those results have been achieved with a strike rate over 80%, so we are looking at most bets winning here, which is always a nice feeling.

We are looking forward to the change of approach to laying here and this should prove an interesting trial.

Updates will appear here soon.

In the meantime, you can check out Cudworth’s Racing Lays here.

Profit Pony – Final Review

Update 19th May 2016

Just a quick note to say we will be continuing to monitor Profit Pony for a few months to see results over the long term. So far the news is good with 50 points of profit accumulated to date in May.

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

We have reached the end of our three month trial of Profit Pony and here are the final results:

 

Profit/loss:    -11 points 
Strike Rate:   23%
Bank Growth:    -11%
Cost:   £19.99/month, £49.99/quarter or £79.99/6 months
ROI:   -5%
Average number of tips:    1.5 per day
VERDICT:   NEUTRAL
Rating: 

 

You can view full results here.

 

Profit Pony – Full Review

 

They call it the reviewer’s curse. 

You find a tipster that has an amazing record. In this case over 900 points of profit and 17 winning months out of 18.

Then you start your trial. And things seem to go immediately wrong.

In our case we managed to hit their worst month ever, with February finishing 35 points down.

Things improved somewhat over the rest of the trial however, to finish with an 11 point loss at advised prices and -18 points at Betfair.

That is certainly no catastrophe and represents just an 11% reduction in the betting bank, so we think overall a neutral rating is a fair verdict for Profit Pony.

Here are the results for the trial in graph format:

Profit Pony Results Graph

As you can see, things got off to a rough start but recovered well to almost finish level by the end of the trial.

Previous Concerns

We had expressed some concerns in our previous results update about some discrepancies between our results and those published on the Profit Pony website.

We have now received confirmation from them that the additional tip for the Irish Grand National which returned 41 points profit was a Twitter tip.

There is also a tip listed in their results on 16th April which returned 6 points and that appears to have been a Twitter tip as well.

It is fair enough if they want to include the Twitter tips in their results, presuming these are clearly marked as such.

As we said previously though, we hadn’t received any instructions to also follow their Twitter tips, so can’t include these in our results.

We think the service would benefit with some guidance upon signing up about how best to follow the tips and some information about the additional Twitter tips.

And we also think customer service could be improved somewhat as it took a good few weeks to hear back regarding our questions.

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Tips are sent out at varying times, which can make things a little tricky. But there are on average just 1-2 tips per day, so the workload is low and should only take a few minutes a day to get the bets on.

Availability of prices: The prices were generally freely available, with the odd one or two being backed quite significantly. There wasn’t too much of a difference between the results at advised prices and Betfair SP, which is reassuring. Our advice would be to back the tips as soon as you can after they are sent out to maximise returns.  

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 23%, which is pretty good for the kind of profit they have been making. The winners come reasonably regularly which is positive. 

Advised Betting Bank: There is no betting bank advised but we used a 100 point bank for the trial which we think would be sufficient, although a 150 point bank would certainly give you enough leeway. 

Subscription costs: The subscription costs are pretty reasonable at £19.99/month, £49.99/quarter or £79.99 for 6 months.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: NEUTRAL

It seems to have been a case of reviewer’s curse here with Profit Pony hitting their worst ever run as soon as we signed up.

The trial finished 11 points down in the end, which was only a small loss so we think a neutral rating is fair here.

We do think the service could benefit from some clear instructions after people sign up though as to what to do regarding their Twitter tips.

And an improvement in customer service would help things as well.

The long-term results are very good however and we wouldn’t want to write this service off purely on the basis of our trial. It seems worth following them for a little longer to see if the form previous to our trial can be recaptured.

 

 

 

———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

Profit Pony – Results Update

2nd April 2016

It has continued to be a tricky time for Profit Pony, who are still struggling during our trial.

They are now 30 points down at advised prices after two months of following their tips and -22 points at Betfair SP.

That is a slight improvement on last time though, when they were 37 points down at advised prices.

You can view full results here.

However, perhaps of more concern to us is the discrepancy between our results and their recorded results on their website.

On 29th March, they have a tip recorded for Rogue Angel winning the Irish Grand National at 33/1, giving them a supposed 41.25 points profit according to their own results.

However, we have scoured our e-mails and cannot find any evidence of having received this tip.

On their website at the bottom it merely says “Some may have missed the Grand National tip so the profit for March for them would of been around +29pts.”

There is no explanation as to why some “may have missed this tip,” which is rather galling when you consider this makes a 41 point difference to the bank for the month.

We have e-mailed Profit Pony about this but are yet to receive a response. We have also e-mailed them about a couple of other issues during our trial and have had no reply to those questions either.

So customer service here seems very poor and is a major cause for concern.

In addition, that Irish Grand National tip is not the only discrepancy between our results and theirs. 

There are a couple of other occasions where we did not receive any e-mail for tips recorded in their results. 

It may be that they are including some of their Twitter tips, but if they are then this is a significant problem because we have no record of having been advised to follow both their e-mails and Twitter feed.

Even if we were, we would ask why that would be the case as most people would not have the additional time to follow Twitter waiting for a tip to be sent out. We would also ask why all tips could simply not be sent by e-mail anyway.

In addition, the tips are sent out at erratic times which makes it a little tricky to follow the service not having that consistency.

Overall then, unless we have some very distinct clarification on these issues and a major improvement in customer service, we would have to issue significant warnings about following Profit Pony for the time being.

We will update things with our final review in a few weeks, when hopefully we will have things cleared up.  

 

 

 

———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

Profit Pony – Results Update

15th February 2016

Well they call it the reviewer’s curse. You join a service that has an outstanding record. Over 900 points profit in 18 months for Profit Pony, with the worst month being a loss of just 19 points.

Then they hit their worst ever run.

Since I started proofing the tips on 25th January, they have lost 37 points at advised prices, with only two winners so far.

You can view full results here.

Things are a little better at Betfair SP, with the total standing at -29 points so far.

Maybe it is a curse, or just one of those strange coincidences. Who knows? But either way it is disappointing. 

Hopefully this is just a minor blip and we will return to normality very soon.  

Back soon with more updates.

 

 

———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

Profit Pony – New Review

22nd January 2016

We have come across a horse racing tipster that we are quite excited about.

It doesn’t happen very often, as we trawl through tipster websites across the internet and tend to find results that either aren’t very good at all or seem too good to be true (and nearly always are).

Well in this instance we have found one that is between those two extremes, whilst being towards the latter end of the scale, in that their results look excellent – but not so good that they are obviously made up.

Plus they apparently used to tip on twitter before they set up their website and had a loyal group of followers with a clear tipping history you could see on twitter.

The service in question is called Profit Pony and has a fairly clear and simple website where you can view their previous results.

And what results they are! Over 900 points profit since starting in July 2014, with 17 profitable months out of 18.

From what we can tell so far most of the tips are 1 point win or 1 point each way, so it is not like they use some crazy staking system to inflate results either.

The only losing month was April 2015 when they apparently had over 25 second place horses (out of 109), so sounds like they were very unlucky that month.

There isn’t a great deal of info given about how tips are selected, other than to say that they are a small team of dedicated punters.

Let’s hope I haven’t put the kibosh on them with the big build up and they can keep up their previous level of form for the duration of our trial and beyond.

Will be back soon with our first update on how Profit Pony get on.

In the meantime you can check out the service here.

 

horse racing pic

Templegate Tips – Final Review

We have reached the end of our three month trial of Templegate Tips and here are the final results:

 

Profit/loss:    -11 points
Strike Rate:   23%
Bank Growth:    -11%
Cost:   FREE
ROI:   -4%
Average number of bets:    3 per day
VERDICT:   NEUTRAL 
Rating: 

 

You can view full results here.

 

Templegate Tips – Full Review

 

So we have completed our trial of “Britain’s No.1 Tipster.” Is Templegate deserving of that title following his efforts over the last three months?

Well not quite – with a total of 11 points lost over the trial, it has not exactly been award-winning stuff.

However, it has not been a disaster either and considering as a newspaper tipster he is forced to tip pretty much every day, they are certainly not the worst results in the world.

So we think a neutral rating is the fairest verdict for Templegate.

Here are the results for the trial in graph format:

Templegate Tips Profit Graph

As you can see, things got off to a bad start but he managed to battle back and only finished slightly down in the end.

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: A relatively straightforward service to follow. Tips are normally posted well before racing on the Sun website and there are 3 tips per day on average, so the workload isn’t too great.

Availability of prices: There was a bit of a difference between the advised prices and Betfair SP results, with the former making 11 points loss but the latter made 39 points loss. However, there is not a stampede for prices in the same way as with other popular tipsters like Pricewise and Hugh Taylor, so you should be able to match the prices or get close to them.

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 23%, so a little bit of patience will be required in following this service.

Advised Betting Bank: A betting bank is not advised for the service but we used a notional 100 point bank, which seemed more than adequate with a maximum drawdown of 34 points during the trial.

Subscription costs: The good thing is that the tips are provided free through the Sun website.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: NEUTRAL

We started out this trial by saying we were sceptical of newspaper tipsters and that most of them make a loss in the long term.

However, Templegate seems to be one of the few exceptions to this rule and has apparently made over 200 points profit at a return on investment of 10% over the long run.

He didn’t quite manage to achieve those levels during our trial, but a loss of 11 points was no calamity either. 

So we think a neutral verdict is a fair verdict for Mr Jones and we will keep an eye on things to see how he progresses.

Certainly if you going to the races and are looking for some newspaper tips to go on then you could do worse than using Templegate’s.

 

 

 

 

——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Templegate Tips – Results Update

22nd March 2016

There has been a bit of return to form for Templegate – at advised prices at least – since our last update in February. 

He has managed 13 points of profit at advised prices in that time, although at Betfair SP he has actually lost 3 points.

So that puts Templegate on -5 points overall at advised prices and -29 points at Betfair SP.

You can view full results here.

So quite a difference there between the advised prices and Betfair SP, but good to see things picking up for Mr Jones. 

Back soon with our final review.

 

 

 

——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Templegate Tips – Results Update

1st February 2016

It has been a rough start to our trial of “Britain’s no.1 Tipster.” After three weeks, Steve Jones, aka Templegate of the Sun, is 18 points down at early prices and -26 points at Betfair SP.

You can view full results here.

As we said at the outset of the trial, we are normally very sceptical of newspaper tipsters, primarily because they are forced to tip every day and to have “winners” for their readers rather than selectively making tips to achieve long-term profits.

However, Mr Jones has apparently achieved long-term profits, so perhaps deserves some acclaim for that.

It hasn’t been an ideal start to the trial, but to be fair things have been tough lately with the weather and changeable conditions, so hopefully things will pick up for the remainder of the trial.

We will return soon with further updates.  

 

 

——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Templegate Tips – New Review

8th January 2016

One of the most famous names in horse racing tipping is Templegate – aka Steve Jones of the Sun.

Modestly calling himself “Britain’s No.1 Tipster,” Templegate provides tips each day in the Sun Newspaper, with Naps and then picks for each race on the day, as is normal for newspaper tipsters.

You would be forgiven for being sceptical about newspaper racing tipsters, who typically make a substantial loss over the long term. This is partly because they are forced to tip in every race and invariably just pick favourites so that they can talk about having “winners,” with their newspaper rarely tracking their overall profit and loss.

However, Templegate has actually proven quite adept at tipping, have apparently made over 200 points profit on his naps over the last couple of years.

We are always on the lookout for free tipsters who provide consistent profit, so with a strong record we thought it would be interesting to put Templegate under the microscope of a live trial here at Honest Betting Reviews.

We will also be intrigued to see how prices stand up and whether there is a stampede for his tips in the same way as there is for the likes of Pricewise and Hugh Taylor.

So with that in mind we kick of our live trial of Templegate’s tips and will report on progress soon.

 

High Rollers Betting – Final Review

N.B. – Please note this service is no longer available.

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

 

We have come to the end of our three month trial of High Rollers Betting and here are the final results:

 

Profit/loss:    +138 points
Strike Rate:    26%
Bank Growth:    92%
Cost:  £1 for first month then £49.95/month or £119.95/quarter
ROI:   11%
Average number of bets:    5 per day
VERDICT:   PASSED
Rating: 

 

You can view full results here.

 

High Rollers Betting Full Review

 

It has been an excellent trial for High Rollers Betting, a horse racing tipster from the reputable Betting Gods stable.

They have finished with a very impressive 138 points profit over the course of the trial to advised prices, one of the highest totals we have seen compiled here at Honest Betting Reviews over the course of a three-month trial. 

This is a service that certainly lives up to its name – there is a large volume of bets (5 per day) and high staking so you will need a big bank and some solid nerves to follow their tips. 

But on the evidence of our trial, you could very much be on your way to joining the high rollers if you subscribe to this service – which has made an average of over £450 profit per month to just £10 stakes since starting up, quite amazing stuff.

Here are the results for the trial in graph format:

High Rollers Bet Graph

A very decent looking profit graph. Things were going amazingly at one stage with over 200 points of profit being accumulated, but then there was a bit of a decline towards the end. Still, a very good trial overall. 

Our only concern was over the large difference between Betfair SP and advised priced, with the former achieving a total of 53 points profit compared to 138 points profit of the latter.

However, having looked at the odds after bets are sent out, there has not generally been huge pressure on the prices.  It seems to be more a case of the service finding value and prices being gradually pushed in over the course of the day.

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: There are 5 bets per day on average so there is quite a bit of work to do when following this service. Tips are sent out in the morning, giving you plenty of time to get the bets on though. 

Availability of prices: As mentioned above, we were a bit concerned by the difference between the results at advised prices and Betfair SP. However, we can report that the prices are not under huge pressure after being sent out so you should be able to get close to the results at advised prices without too much bother.  

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 26%, which is very close to the long-term average of 25%. 

Advised Betting Bank: A betting bank is not advised for the service but we used a 150 point bank for the trial. This was sufficient to cover losing runs and seemed sufficient. However, to be on the really safe side you might want a 200 point bank here. 

Subscription costs: The prices are £49.95 per month, £119.95 per quarter or £279.95 for life.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: PASSED

It has been a superb trial for High Rollers Betting, who with 138 points profit have amassed one of the highest points totals we have ever encountered here at Honest Betting Reviews.

You will need a decent sized bank to follow this service, but as long as you have that and can handle some ups and downs, then this is a top-notch service to follow and certainly worth adding to your portfolio.

As with all Betting Gods’ services, you can trial High Rollers Betting for a month for just £1 which is a great way of testing it out. 

So strap yourself in, get a sufficient bank lined up and get ready to join the High Rollers!

 

 

 

 

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

High Rollers Betting – Results Update

4th February 2016

The great form continues for High Rollers Betting, with just under 100 points profit added since our last update a month ago.

You can view full results here.

That means they are now +163 points for the trial at advised prices and 93 points up at Betfair SP.

So far this has been one of the most impressive trials we have ran in terms of points profit and this service is really living up to its name as one for making you a high roller.

The only note of concern so far is the big difference between advised prices and Betfair SP, so we will have a closer look at the availability of prices to see if that is an issue.

Otherwise it is great stuff so far from High Rollers Betting and full steam ahead! 

 

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

High Rollers Betting – Results Update

6th January 2016

We are off to an absolute flyer in the first month of our trial of High Rollers Betting, landing a cool 65 points profit at advised prices and 53 points profit at Betfair SP.

You can view full results here.

That comes on top of over 300 points profit made in the six months prior to the start to our trial, so it looks like we may be on to something special here with High Rollers Betting.

The name certainly does not lie – this really is high stakes betting! Stakes range between 1 and 5 points, with the average being 2.5 points per bet. 

There have been on average 6 bets per day so far, so at stakes of 2.5 points per bet that works out at 15 points staked per day.

But as long as you aware of the staking at the outset and have a sufficient bank set aside, then High Rollers Betting looks like an excellent service based on what we have seen thus far.

Back soon with more updates.

 

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

High Rollers Betting – New Review

2nd December 2015

In our recent articles about the likes of Bill Benter, Alan Woods and Kerry Packer, we have looked at some of the highest rollers in the history of betting.

These guys amassed fortunes in the hundreds of millions of dollars from betting, something us mere mortals can only dream of.

But today we are starting a trial of a service that we hope will give at least a little bit of a taste of what it is like to bet in the big league…

The service in question is High Rollers Betting and it is certainly one of the highest staking services we have come across in our time at Honest Betting Reviews.

Staking of up to 20 points per day is not uncommon, so this is a trial we will need a big bank for!

But the past results look exceptional, albeit only over a short period. 

Nearly 300 points profit has been accumulated since they started tipping back in June, which is quite amazing stuff for less than six months betting. If that form was maintained over a year, it would equate to over 600 points profit!

They have managed a fairly healthy strike rate of 25% and a return on investment of 14%, which is pretty good for a high volume service such as this. 

As ever though, we must not get carried away with the results coming into a trial and will have to see how things pan out under the spotlight of a live review.

We have to confess to being a little bit excited about this one though, the potential does seem enormous. If they can keep up previous results then it won’t be long before we are playing with the high rollers!

Anyway, check back here for updates on how they get on during our trial.

In the meantime, you can check out High Rollers Betting here.

 

Max Racing Tips – Final Review

Our three month trial of Max Racing Tips has finished and here are the final results:

 

Profit/loss:    -18 points 
Strike Rate:    29%
Bank Growth:    -18%
Cost:   14 day free trial then £29.95/month or £69.95/quarter
ROI:   -5%
Average number of bets:    1 per day
VERDICT:   NEUTRAL
Rating: 

 

You can view full results here.

 

Max Racing Tips Full Review

 

There have been quite a few neutral ratings for horse racing tipsters here at Honest Betting Reviews and Max Racing Tips joins the club.

This is a tipster from the reputable Betting Gods stable that tips quite selectively with approximately one bet per day.

Things were a bit of a struggle for them at one stage, as they were 68 points down midway through the trial, made an abortive attempt to get back in the black but made a decent recovery towards the end, as you can see below.

Max Racing Tips Profit Graph

Somewhat of a rollercoaster ride I think they call that!

Overall they finished 18 points down, which from a 100 point bank is a slight disappointment but nothing hugely alarming.

For now we think a neutral rating is a fair rating and we will keep an eye on things at Maxing Racing tips for a while to see if they can recapture the form shown prior to our trial.

 

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: With just 1 bet per day on average, the workload is low and selections are normally sent out in the morning so plenty of time to get the bets down.

Availability of prices: There was no issue with the availability of prices and there was little difference between the results at advised prices and Betfair SP, which is a good sign. 

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 29%, which is somewhat below the long term average of 34%.

Advised Betting Bank: No bank was advised when we signed up so we used a 100 point bank, which was more than comfortable for the trial.   

Subscription costs: You can get a free 14 day trial – as with all Betting Gods services – followed by subscription costs of £94.95/per month; £69.95/quarter or £149.95 for life.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: NEUTRAL

Max Racing Tips had made over 200 points profit coming into our trial, but as is so often the case, they failed to match that level during a live trial, dropping 18 points overall.

Things were much worse than that at one stage, as they were 68 points down at one point but made a good recovery towards the end.

A loss of 18% of the bank isn’t the end of the world and we think a neutral rating here is fair for this one. 

As ever we will keep an eye on things and see if matters improve over the coming months. 

 

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Max Racing Tips – Results Update

11th February 2016

There has been a bit of an improvement for Max Racing Tips, who have added 26 points of profit at advised prices and 19 points profit at Betfair SP since our last update a month ago.

That has started to turn things around for them, as they were 56 points down last time so are now 30 points down at advised prices and 36 points down at Betfair SP for the trial as a whole.

You can view full results here.

Let’s hope the turnaround continues and they can finish the trial in profit.

Back soon with our final review of Max Racing Tips.

 

 

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Max Racing Tips – Results Update

12th January 2016

It has been more pain for Max Racing Tips since our last update a month ago. They have lost an additional 9 points to stand at -56 points at advised prices and -55 points at Betfair SP.

You can view full results here.

Staking is quite high here, with an average of 2.75 points per selection, so at 1 point level stakes it would be more like 20 points down, which is more palatable.

With a month to go it will be a very decent effort indeed for this one to get back into profit.

Back in a month with our final verdict on Max Racing Tips.

 

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Max Racing Tips – Results Update

9th December 2015

It’s been a very rough start to our trial of Max Racing Tips from the Betting Gods stable. 

Unfortunately they are 47 points down at advised prices and 49 points down at Betfair SP. 

You can view full results here.

It is still early days though, with under three weeks of results so far, so plenty of time to turn things around. Let’s hope they can do so quickly.

Back soon with more updates.

 

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Max Racing Tips – New Review

20th November 2015

It’s over to Betting Gods again today for another one of their promising horse racing tipsters.

This time it is Max Racing Tips, who began tipping back in May and since then have amassed over 200 points of profit.

Apparently high levels of painstaking research go into the tips and that certainly appears to be reflected in the results.

The strike rate so far is a healthy 36% and the return on investment is an impressive 26%.

There are on average about 40 bets per month, so just over one per day which sounds manageable.

We will put this one through its paces and see how it gets on under the spotlight of our trial. It will be subjected to a three month trial as usual, so plenty of time to get a feel for the service.

Our trial will include looking at the results at Betfair SP and how obtainable the advised prices are.

So let’s hope the promising form continues and we get another winning horse racing tipster from the Betting Gods stable.

We will report back soon with the first results update.

In the meantime you can check out Max Racing tips here.

 

Sand Bets – Final Review

We have reached the end of our three month trial of Sand Bets and here are the final results:-

 

Profit/loss:   +39 points
Strike Rate:   19%
Bank Growth:   39%
Cost:   £105 per quarter
ROI:   10.5%
Average number of tips:   4 per day
VERDICT:   PASSED 
Rating:  

 

You can view full results here.

 

Sand Bets Full Review

 

It has been a good trial for Sand Bets here at Honest Betting Reviews, a horse racing tipster that specialises in all weather racing.

With 39 points profit made at advised prices over the 3 months at a return of investment of 10.5%, this is a service we are happy to recommend.

For once the Betfair SP actually beat the advised prices, which is very rare, notching up 45 points of profit over the trial. That is good to see and means the service is certainly a practical one to follow.

Here are the results for the trial in graph format:

Sand Bets Graph

As you can see, things got off to a flying start with a high of 80 points reached before a bit of downtrend to finish a healthy 39 points in profit.

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: There are 4 bets per day on average so there is a bit of work to be done when following this tipster, but it shouldn’t take more than 10-15 minutes per day. You can of course just back the selections all at Betfair SP and be done in just a couple of minutes. Tips are sent out in the morning so there is plenty of time to get the bets on.

Availability of prices: The prices were generally freely available and we could see no problems there. As we say, the Betfair prices actually beat the advised prices which is always a good sign of price availability.  

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 19%, so a little bit of patience will be needed when following this service. 

Advised Betting Bank: A bank of 100 points is advised, which was adequate for our trial but we note there was a drawdown of 74 points between December 2014 and February 2015, so you may want to use a slightly larger bank to be on the safe side.

Subscription costs: The subscription costs are £105 per quarter. The service would perhaps benefit from having a monthly or yearly subscription options as well. 

 

OVERALL VERDICT: PASSED

We have said before that we think the key to making a profit in betting is specialisation and it seems to have paid off for Sand Bets with their focus on all weather racing only.

A profit of 45 points at Betfair SP is impressive and represented a 45% growth of the bank over the trial. 

That builds on over 250 points profit made coming into our trial over a period of under two years.

Based on past results there could be some volatility in following this service, but as long as you are prepared for this and have a decent sized bank and some patience, then you should benefit in the long run.

Overall it’s a nice simple service to follow and we are happy to give Sand Bets a recommended rating as one to have as part of your portfolio. 

 

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Sand Bets – Results Update

5th January 2016

Things have continued in a positive fashion for Sand Bets, who have added a further 35 points profit at advised prices and 32 points profit at Betfair SP. 

They now stand at +46 points at advised prices and +52 points at Betfair SP after two months of the trial. 

You can view full results here.

Good to see a service where the Betfair SP is beating the advised prices, you don’t see that very often.

The bet volume has really increased over the last month – probably owing to the increase in the amount of all-weather racing on offer. Just as well there has been lots of all-weather racing given the weather we have had here in the UK!

Anyway, let’s see if Sand Bets can continue the good form over the last month of the trial.

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Sand Bets – Results Update

26th November 2015

It  has been a good start to our trial of Sand Bets, who are  11 points up at advised prices and 20 points up at Betfair SP.

You can view full results here.

Nice to see a service that is doing better at Betfair SP than advised prices, very rarely see that. Will be interesting to see if that holds for the remainder of the trial.

This is quite a high volume service, with approximately 4 bets per day. Tips are generally sent out early in the morning though, so there is plenty of time to get the bets on.

So a nice start to the trial for Sand Bets, let’s hope things continue in the same vein.

Back soon with more results updates.

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Sand Bets – New Review

7th November 2015

We recently started our first trial of an all-weather specialist horse racing service in the form of All Weather Profits and today we are following up with our second, with a trial of a service called Sand Bets.

This is a blog service that offers a number of tips per day to subscribers. They advise bets to Best Odds Guaranteed bookies, where at least two bookies are offering the price quoted.

The results on the website look pretty good, with about 250 points profit made since the service started at the beginning of 2014.

However, whilst 2014 was very impressive, with nearly 300 points profit made, things have not been quite so good in 2015.

Still, with the flat season closing this weekend and the all-weather season getting into full swing, there should be plenty of action to get things going for them.

We will run our normal 3 month trial of this one and see how they get on.

In the meantime you can check out Sand Bets here.

 

layer of profit

Layer of Profit – Final Review

We have completed our trial of Layer of Profit and here are the final results:-

 

Profit/loss:    -15 points
Strike Rate:   55%
Bank Growth:   -50%
Cost:   £23.99 per month  
ROI:   -17%
Average number of tips:   3 bets per week
VERDICT:   FAILED
Rating:

 

You can view full results here.

 

Layer of Profit Full Review

 

Sadly we have hit a bit of a theme lately.

It started when a service we had just started reviewing a few weeks ago, Racing Bulletin, went offline and stopped providing tips after just a few days – no explanation, just gone.

Then Half Time Hero, a football betting system we had been reviewing for a couple of months, abruptly stopped sending tips and shut the service with no warning or explanation.

Well, they say these things come in threes and now we have the same situation with Layer of Profit.

We had been following the tips for over two months when suddenly we just stopped receiving any more selections after 14th January.

Wondering what was going on, we sent them a couple of e-mails to ask if the service was being discontinued, but have received no response to date.

As we said in our final review of Half Time Hero, it is one thing if they decide to discontinue the service, but it is disappointing not to be notified of what is going on.

Plus if we hadn’t noticed and cancelled our subscription, then we would have gone on paying the monthly subscription fees.

Anyway, the service had been performing fairly disastrously during our trial and was heading for a failed rating anyway, having lost 50% of the bank by the time we stopped receiving the selections.

That is probably why they stopped – we imagine the poor run meant they had hardly any subscribers left.

That is something we are noticing in the tipping game – if you have a bad run, the punters don’t tend to stick around long to give you a chance to turn things around.

It really is a win or bust industry. With hundreds of tipsters out there, if you don’t make a decent profit consistently then people are going to leave and jump onto the next thing that comes along.

So unfortunately its a failed rating for the first laying service we have reviewed here at Honest Betting Reviews. 

Onto the next system and let’s hope whatever it is, it manages to complete a three month trial…

 

 

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Layer of Profit – Results Update

2nd January 2016

A quiet time for Layer of Profit in more ways than one since our last update in November. On the one hand, they have rather trod water since our last update, with just 0.6 points lost since then, leaving them 11.6 points down overall.

You can view full results here.

On the other hand, it has also been quiet because there have been very few tips. They have quite a few days without tips and are having the entire period from 19th December to 4th January off on holiday.

So even though we have been following this service for two months, we actually don’t have many results to go on.

Hopefully the volume and results will pick up in January for Layer of Profit and we will have more positive news to report in our next update.

 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Layer of Profit – Results Update

22nd November 2015

It has been a poor start to our trial of Layer of Profit, the first laying service we have reviewed here at Honest Betting Reviews.

They are 11 points down so far, which is quite a lot for a laying service that lays at odds of 4.0. Out of 10 bets that have run so far, five have lost.

You can view full results here.

In fact, you would have done quite well backing all their selections at Betfair SP – 18 points in profit in fact. 

Still, it is early days as we have only had about three weeks so far, so plenty of time to turn things around. 

Back soon with more updates. 

 

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

Layer of Profit – New Review

4th November 2015

It is another first here for us at Honest Betting Reviews. After recently starting our first trial of a greyhound tipster, today we are starting our first trial of a lay betting system. 

There is something very appealing about laying horses. Instinctively it feels like it must be easier to pick horses to lose – ones that are out of form, have conditions against them, are trying to do something they’ve never done before or are simply outclassed. 

All you need is for one of the other horses to cross the line ahead of yours and you’ve made a profit.

Sadly those of us who have tried laying have found it’s not quite as easy as it sounds. You can have a few successful lays and feel very good about things, then one big priced lay comes home and wipes out all your hard work. 

It does require a very specialist approach and there are few tipsters out there who make a profit from lay betting.

Fortunately we have found one out there who does appear quite promising though and that is Layer of Profit, which is a long-standing laying system that sends out just one lay a day. 

They lay at maximum odds of 4.0 on Betfair, so no crazy laying of massive-priced outsiders which risk wiping out the bank in one go. 

Results over the last five months or so look good, with over 50 points profit made and a solid profit each month.

They have been around for a few years, which is normally a good sign of long-term success and we understand they have quite a few happy members who have been with them for over 3 years.

So without further ado, we will commence our trial of Layer of Profit and will update results here throughout the trial.

In the meantime you can check out Layer of Profit here.