Please note this service has been discontinued.
Not much change for Q Racing, who have dropped 3 points since our last update about three weeks ago.
That means they are now 34 points down overall.
Things were starting to look up with 16 points gained from backing Journey at Newmarket on 25th September, but sadly that has all been given back since then.
As we stated below, staking is quite high with 4 or 5 point bets often given out, so 34 points down is not quite as bad as it sounds.
Still, let’s hope things pick up by the time of our next update.
Q Racing – Results Update
25th September 2015
It’s been a tough start to our trial of Q Racing, who after a month are 31 points down.
That is perhaps not as bad as it sounds however, as they stake on average 4 points per bet, so it is the equivalent of being about 8 points down if they were betting to one point level stakes.
It is still early days both in terms of our trial and this tipster in general, as they only went live in April.
It is a good example though of waiting until there are enough proofed results to draw a clear conclusion on a tipster before jumping on board.
Anyway, hopefully things will have picked up by the time of our next update and we will have more positive news to report.
Q Racing – New Review
27th August 2015
Today we are starting a new trial of the interestingly named Q Racing from the Betting Gods stable.
In case you are wondering, the Q stands for Quality. I was thinking for a minute it might have something to do with James Bond, but alas no.
Anyway, this is a service that has been proofing to the Betting Gods stable for 4 months now and they claim results of:
Total Profit Since May 2015 = £693.00 with £10 Stakes
Average Strike Rate = 39.76%
Average Return on Capital = 22.35%
Average Monthly Profit = £173.25 with £10 Stakes
Stakes per Bet = 1 to 5pt Stakes at Betfair SP
It is good to see that all results are recorded at Betfair SP, which means you know you can match the advertised results and in reality should actually beat them with a little bit of work.
We will be running our usual three month trial of this one and it will be interesting to see if it can match the excellent results claimed so far.
Back soon with our first update on how things are going.