The All Weather God – Final Review

Unfortunately our review of the All Weather God has to stop here as the service has been discontinued by the Betting Gods platform.

Apparently results weren’t up to expectations, although to us they didn’t seem too bad, just around level for the trial.

But that just goes to show how cutthroat the world of tipping is – if you are not making regular profits then you are out the game! Harsh stuff.

Anyway, given that this has been discontinued, we will have to place it in the failed/defunct pile.

On to the next review then…




The All Weather God – Results Update

20th September 2016

A fairly quiet time for the All Weather God, with 5 points lost at advised prices since our last update.

That leaves him 1 point down for the trial overall.

You can view full results here.

At Betfair SP, things are slightly worse, with 8 points lost since our last update, leaving him 13 points down overall.

Just a few weeks left in our trial, so let’s hope for a big finish to lift the All Weather God into profit. 




The All Weather God – Results Update

28th August 2016

Not a great deal of change for the All Weather God since our last update at the end of July, with 3 points lost since then at advised prices.

That means they are now 5 points up for the trial at advised prices and 5 points down at Betfair SP.

You can view full results here.

With the flat season winding down in September and the all-weather getting geared up, we should see a good deal of action for the All Weather God. 





The All Weather God – Results Update

30th July 2016

It’s been a steady start to our trial of the All Weather God, a horse racing tipster from the Betting Gods stable.

So far after just under a month, they are 8 points up at advised prices and 1 point up at Betfair SP.

You can view full results here.

Even though it isn’t the ideal time of year for all weather betting, there have still been a decent number of tips so far, with 38 selections since our trial started on 5th July.

A solid start then, let’s hope it’s a platform for big success over the rest of the trial.

Back soon with more updates.





The All Weather God – New Review

5th July 2016

Some of the top tipsters we have reviewed so far here at Honest Betting Reviews have been from the Betting Gods stable of tipsters.

So when a new entrant joins their gang of tipping experts we sit up and take notice.

The latest to join the crew is the modestly-named All Weather God.

As you have probably already guessed, this is a tipster who specialises in all-weather racing only.

Although we are in the flat turf season at the moment, there is still plenty of all-weather racing and the discipline seems to be expanding all the time, with Newcastle recently adding a new dirt track.

That may be because the weather is so unpredictable these days, what with climate change and all that as we are experiencing more frequent floods and heavy rains, so racecourses are having to adapt as there is nothing worse for them than losing a load of race days (and income) to the bad weather.

In any event, it is good news for punters as the all weather does tend to be more predictable and less subject to the increasingly variable going conditions we are seeing in flat racing, particularly this summer.

The All Weather God has amassed some pretty impressive results so far, netting over 80 points profit at a strike rate of just under 30% and a return on investment of over 10%.

Six out of seven months so far have been profitable which is encouraging, so hopefully we will see that level of consistency during our trial.

The good news is you can get a 30 day trial of The All Weather God for just £1 here.

We will run our normal three month trial and report back regularly on how things go for this dirt specialist.

Hopefully we will have good news to report during our first update in a month’s time.

In the meantime you can check out The All Weather God here.


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