russell blair racing

Tipster Lands 22/1, 12/1 and 10/1 Winners!

New month, new racing calendar, same destroying of the bookies!

Russell Blair Racing is a service we have been following for a number of years, having completed a re-review in September last year after an initial review back in 2016 and it passed both trials with flying colours.

Well yesterday members of the service were jumping for joy as they landed not just one, not two, but three winners out of five runners (with another coming second)! 

With the three winners coming at prices of 22/1, 12/1 & 10/1 that gave a profit on the day of £840 at £10 per point stakes (to two point advised stakes)!

Since the return of racing Russell is operating at a return on investment of over 70%..incredible!

Until Friday you can get a FREE 14 day trial of Russell Blair’s tips here

Russell’s figures for this year to date are:

  • – July (so far) +83 pts profit (+30 BSP)
  • – June: +23.8 pts profit (+41.6 BSP)
  • – March: +39 pts profit (+36 BSP)
  • – February: +54.5 pts profit (+74 BSP)
  • – January: +34 pts profit (-10 BSP)

Hugely impressive results there with 234 points profit and even at Betfair SP (BSP) you would have made excellent profits of 171.6 points following his tips.

This is no fluke either – Russell produced a superb 305 points profit during our recent trial taking his overall total since starting tipping in 2015 to over 2100 points – that’s over £21,000 profit to £10/point stakes – and he is showing no mercy in 2020.

If you are a member of this service (we are sure many of you are) then congratulations on taking down the bookies!

If you are not, please note that Sports Betting Stars have told us that on Friday 17th July they are going to remove the free 14 day free trial from Russell Blair’s page as they move closer to closing memberships.

The 14 day FREE TRIAL offer will be gone on Friday – make sure you don’t miss out.

Take your opportunity now and start beating the bookies today.




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