Slow Horse Luke has managed to turn things around since our last update, making 18 points of profit at advised prices.
That means we are now 5 points up for the trial overall.
At Betfair SP things are also much improved, with 13 points profit made since our last update and 7 points of profit made overall.
There has been a 14-bet winning streak which just came to an end yesterday but was nice to see and hopefully we will see more of that kind of form from Luke going forward.
Slow Horse Luke – Results Update
13th November 2017
It’s been a poor start to our trial of laying service Slow Horse Luke as we are 13 points down so far to advised prices.
At Betfair SP things have actually been slightly better, with only 6 points lost so far. That is because one horse won at a BSP of 10.6, but Luke advises not laying above 6.0, so that was a no bet if you were laying at Betfair SP.
But either way it has been a disappointing start. Sadly the horses chosen by Slow Horse Luke haven’t quite been slow enough thus far!
Let’s hope we have better news to report by our next update.
Slow Horse Luke – New Review
24th October 2017
We have been getting a lot of e-mails in our inbox lately regarding a service called Slow Horse Luke, so we thought we would give it a try and see what all the fuss is about.
This is a high strike rate horse racing system, based on laying horses to lose on the exchanges.
The sales page claims that the system has a strike rate of 91.3%, which means that over 9 out of every 10 bets would be successful.
It also claims that the person behind the system – a person called Luke Glover – earned £26,872 from the system in 2015.
He claims to be a statistician and analyst by trade and after some research and tweaking of his strategy, came up with three key things to look for when laying a horse:-
- 1. The Start
- 2. Falling (in jumps races)
- 3. Being too slow
So he focuses on speed ratings in short races, on the basis that a slow horse can only win a short race with a great start – anything other than that and it will have little chance.
In addition he looks for potential fallers during the jumps season.
He claims to have made an additional £22,000 in 2016 on top of the monies won in 2015, which if true would be quite a feat.
One of the e-mails we received claimed this has just come off a winning run of 13 successful lays, which again sounds very good if accurate.
There are no results published anywhere on the sales page which always makes us a little worried however.
Anyway, we will put aside our skepticism for a little bit and see if this Slow Horse Luke system can deliver the kind of returns suggested on the sales page.
It only costs £14.95 per month to sign up so it’s not going to cost us too much to find out if it is any good.
We will run a standard three month trial and see how it gets on – results will be updated on this page.