Horse Race

Nap Investor – Results Update

We have updated results for the Nap Investor service here.

Results Update 20th March 2015:

The results so far haven’t quite lived up to the hopes at the start of the trial, showing a small profit at advised prices but a big loss at Betfair SP.

It seems clear that you really need to get the advised odds as prices contract considerably before the off.

Here are the results since we started on 16th January:

Profit/loss (advised prices): +1.95 pts                                                                                                                               Profit/loss (BSP): -81.9 pts

You can view the full results here

 

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New Review 16th January 2015

You can check out Nap Investor here

We will be commencing a review of Nap Investor today. It comes from the Winning Information Network (WIN) stable who provide a range of tipster services.

The service has amassed over 600 points profit in its first 4 months of operating according to the Winning Information Network proofing. If they can keep that record up during our trial I will be mighty impressed! 🙂

The sales page explains that “At Nap Investor we analyse breeding, past performance, race times and running style to assess the racehorses entered for the days racing. We also get the latest gallops news which is very helpful. 

“We then synthesise all this information and then highlight the day’s best winning chances. Once we have seen the odds and compare it with our own assessments, we let our members have the bets.”

Sounds pretty sensible to me – hopefully it will result in some winning selections!

Selections are sent out early in the morning with advised staking of between 1 and 5 points. It is advised to take the best odds available with the bookmakers when selections are sent out.

We have high hopes for this one so let’s see how they get on during our three month trial.

You can check out Nap Investor here.

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