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

Tim Russell Private Service Final Review

You can get Tim Russell’s Private Service here

Profit/loss: -11 points
Strike rate: 32%
Bank growth: -55%
Cost: £30 per month
ROI: -15%
Average number of tips per week: 6 per week


You can view full results here


Tim Russell Private Service Final Review

I was heading into this trial with high hopes given that it was £18,000 in profit (or 180 points) over the previous 18 months. It also had a high strike rate so I saw this as a service that could grow a bank quite quickly.

However, sadly that has not proved the case this time and it has been a disappointing trial. We have ended up 11 points down at advised prices and over 17 points at Betfair SP (BSP).

Considering the advised bank is 20 points, we have lost over half of it at advised prices and nearly the whole thing at BSP!

The thing that I found intriguing during this trial though was that selections were consistently backed in, sometimes significantly. This suggests that the information Tim gets is genuine and/or he is able to identify selections that will be backed.

So perhaps there are trading opportunities here, for example to back selections when they are given out and lay them later.

That is not what is advised though and I didn’t investigate it during our trial. We can only the judge the service on what is has achieved during our trial and unfortunately it has not lived up to expectations.

Ease of use: OK – you have to log in to a forum to find the selections rather than having them e-mailed to you. Selections are available at 10.15 am daily (UK time) and it is advised to use a Best Odds Guaranteed (BOG) bookmaker. There are on average about 6 bets per week so it shouldn’t take long to place the bets.

Availability of prices: Bad. Prices often disappear quickly so you need to login at 10.15 am sharp (or even a little earlier) and place your bets quickly. You are warned about this before joining the service though so it is a case of “buyer beware!”

Strike rate: The strike rate during the trial was 32% which is ok but below previous standards which are more towards 40% plus.

Advised Betting Bank: This was my major gripe with the service – a 20 point bank was advised, which is clearly not enough given that we lost over half of that at advised prices and nearly all of it at BSP! I would think at least a 40 point bank should be advised.

Subscription costs: The subscription costs are very reasonable at £30 per month, which includes not just Tim’s tips but a suite of other systems and tips from Tony Gibson’s website.


Unfortunately this service hasn’t lived up to expectations during our trial and with over half the bank lost it has to go into the failed category

I am still at least a little bit intrigued by the fact that selections are consistently backed in though so will continue to keep an eye on this to see if results improve.



All Weather Ultimate Final Review

You can get All Weather Ultimate here

Profit/loss -64 points
Strike rate 18%
Bank growth -32%
Cost £53.96 for first 90 days then £11.96 every 28 days
ROI -30%
Average number of tips per day 1


You can view full results here


All Weather Ultimate Final Review

Well we have come to the end of our three month trial of All Weather Ultimate and unfortunately it has ended in a 64 point loss.

The danger with systems like this – trainer and jockey combinations at certain courses – is that they can look great based on past statistics. However, unless those statistics are based on a large enough sample size and arise from sound logic as to why such a combination should have an advantage, then they are unlikely to continue to perform well.

My own personal view is that most of the time it is just coincidence – statistical variability will inevitably mean some jockeys and trainers have great records at one course and bad ones at another. Perhaps they have had a couple of 50/1 winners at one course that make their results look great. But is that likely to continue? And if so, why? 

These are the sorts of questions you need to ask when considering betting strategies such as this.

Ease of use: Very good – bets are given out early in the morning (UK time) and can be placed either with the bookies or exchanges. There is on average 1 bet per day so very quick to place the bets.

Availability of prices: Good – there wasn’t any problem getting the bets on nor any big difference in results by using Betfair.

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 18% so patience will be required to deal with losing runs. 

Advised Betting Bank: A 200 point betting bank is advised, which seemed adequate, with average stakes of just over 2 points per bet. Even with the disappointing results of the trial, we were still nowhere near losing the bank – being just over 30% down overall. 

Subscription costs: The subscription costs are reasonable at (a rather unusual!) £53.96 for first 90 days then £11.96 every 28 days after that. 


This service claimed very good results coming into our trial at over 600 points profit bad sadly has failed to deliver those kinds of results here and with over 60 points loss this one has to go into the failed category unfortunately.


Nap Investor

Nap Investor – Final Review

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




Bank nearly doubled during our trial!

You can get Nap Investor here

Profit/loss: +116 points*
Strike rate: 23%
Bank growth: 46%
Cost: £50 per month or £99 per quarter (+VAT)
ROI: 14%
Average number of tips: 1.9 per day


You can view full results here

*116 points profit at Betfair SP, 197 points profit at advised prices. 


Nap Investor Final Review

Well it’s been a huge turnaround in our trial of Nap Investor since our results update about a month ago. At that stage the service was treading water somewhat, just hovering around break even at advised prices.

Then they started banging in winners left, right and centre and have ended up very nearly doubling the bank at advised prices! And nearly 50% bank growth at Betfair SP.

There have been some very tastily priced winners in the last month, including Deuce Again at 12/1, Moonlightnavigator at 10/1 and Flaming Thistle at 10/1.

A number of other winners have been recorded as well, meaning we finish the trial just shy of 200 points in profit at advised prices and 116 points profit at Betfair SP. 

Here are the profit/loss figures at advised prices in graph format:



Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Very good – bets are given out early in the morning (UK time) and it is advised to use a Best Odds Guaranteed (BOG) bookmaker. There are on average about 2 bets per day so it doesn’t take long to place the bets.

Availability of prices: Average. There is quite a big difference in the returns at advised prices and Betfair SP, so you are strongly advised to take bookmaker prices as soon as bets come out. Sometimes this is tricky and selections can be backed in quickly. But a good profit was still made at Betfair SP so not to worry too much if you have to use Betfair.

Strike rate: The strike rate is quite low at 23%, so you have to be prepared to endure some losing runs, but there were enough good priced winners to compensate for that. The longest losing run during the trial was 15 bets.

Advised Betting Bank: A 200 point betting bank is advised, which given that the average bet is 5 points, I do wonder if is a little on the low side. I would think a 250 – 300 point bank would be safer. I used a 250 point bank for the trial.

Subscription costs: The subscription costs aren’t too bad for a service of this quality if you go for the quarterly option at £99 per quarter (+VAT) rather than the £57 per month. 


Overall this has been a very good trial and I have been impressed with the results the Nap Investor has produced. To nearly double the bank in three months at advised prices and nearly 50% growth at BSP is a great performance and this service is a welcome addition to our passed systems list.

You can get Nap Investor here.

Morning Value Service – Final Review

£125,000 profit in 3 years for this expert horse racing service.

You can get the Morning Value Service here


Here are the results for our 8 month review of the Morning Value Service:

Profit/loss: +330 points
Strike rate: 17%
Bank growth: 45%*
Cost: £320 per quarter, £560 for 6 months or £960 per year
ROI: 8%
Average number of tips: 19 per day


You can view full results here

*bank growth has been calculated on a 3 month pro-rata basis to make it comparable to our standard reviews


Morning Value Service Full Review

There are those people out there who like to study the form, look at all the races and pick out their one best bet for the day.

The Morning Value Service takes a different approach – this is a high volume service that churns out between 15 and 25 bets a day.

Despite the name, they don’t just tip in the morning, but also send out a later update if there is evening racing as well 🙂

Basically the service is split into 4 types of bets:

  • The main selections for the morning
  • “Of interest” selections for the morning (these are a small number of more speculative long- odds bets)
  • The main evening bets
  • “Of interest” evening selections.

You can subscribe to the morning bets (including of interest bets), the evening selections, or both.

The morning bets are sent out at 10.30am and the evening bets around 4.30pm – 5pm. You are given an advised price for each selection. All bets are at 1 point level stakes.

The long term record of the service is superb, with 2600 points profit to 1 point level stakes over a period of three and a half years. That would be over £125,000 to £50 level stakes and £26,000 to just £10 stakes!

I have been a member of the service since July 2014 and results since then have been impressive.

Here are the results for the Morning bets in graph format:


Nice, steady bank growth and they have never been in deficit since I joined.

And here are the evening bet results:


Also very solid, steady bank growth over the period of the review. 


Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Good – I use Betfair to place bets and it takes me about 10 mins each day to place the bets. If you wanted to use bookies it would take considerably longer, I would guess perhaps 30 minutes or so. But you can still get good prices using Betfair – see below.

Availability of prices: Very good. Often when a service as good as this comes along, it almost becomes a victim of its own success and prices crash as soon as bets are sent out.

I have followed the selections at Betfair SP (BSP) however and have actually managed to slightly improve upon the advised prices. This really is good news for those of us that have already had our bookie accounts closed.

Strike rate: The strike rate is typically around 15-20% so it will encounter the odd drawdown along the way.

Advised Betting Bank: 250 points, which seems more than adequate to cover the losing runs at the above strike rate.

Subscription costs: High: £320 per quarter, £560 for 6 months or £960 for the year. This is for all the bets – morning and evening.


Although subscription costs are high, this has to be taken in the context of the overall record of the service, which is obviously excellent at over 2,500 points profit in 3 and a half years.

Although I have only been with this service for just over 6 months, I understand it has been proofed elsewhere before that so have no reason to question the long term results.

Kieran, who runs the service, seems like a very honest and decent guy and is always on hand to answer questions.

I would think you would need a minimum betting bank of £2500 to make it worthwhile to follow this service and make up for the high subscription costs.

If you can do, it is highly recommended and offers the possibility of making very good returns for less than 10 minutes work a day.

Can’t say fairer than that really can we!

This one definitely goes on to our passed systems list.

You can sign up for the Morning Value Service here.