Two New services freshen the ranks

September is here and were already looking at the back end of a strange summer. Services have come and gone with lockdown wreaking havoc on racing throwing systems and methods up in the air. 

Two new services come to the stable to prove their worth, one system based while the other a human. Human you say, whats one of those? 

Introducing: The Betting Edge

The Betting Edge is a horse racing tipping service that combines 5 systems to maximise the profit.Each selection is a 1 point win or each way single. A betting bank of 100 points is recommended.The aim is for long term profits. Each of the 5 systems produces a profit. 

The last 3 months of Betting Edge have been profitable.
June returned 80.60 Points July returned 53.31 Points while August returned a much lower 9.90 Points profit. Boasting a win rate of 26.24% , an average odds of just over 7 and an ROI of 20.94% since August 2019, Betting Edge certainly shows strong promise. 

Selections for the service will be mostly on an evening, occasionally on a morning.

View the overall stats

Introducing:Racing Ross

Bidding to defy the age of the machine, we introduce Ross.With three months of results behind him Racing Ross has been banging on the door for some time. After constantly improving and tweaking his service we feel that now is a good time for him to step forward and showcase his talents. Showing 45 points profit from 136 staked at last tally in August the service certainly looks good on paper. 

Full results & stats available upon request. 

Recommended bankroll: 150pts I don’t use any computer systems or anything, I go through the cards manually (excluding AW as I’m not a fan).

Bets are always sent at 10am in the morning.I’m not a fan of tipping night before as it seems to have issues with account preservation etc and tipping at 10am means BOG is available everywhere. 

And all bets are 9/2 or above and are each way selections.

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