July 7, 2011

High Class Hype Horses

We’ve had a good run on this bot. The balance now stands at £904.22 starting with a £500 bank at the end of February, so in just over four months it’s made an 80% return which is pretty incredible actually.

I had my reservations about this in the beginning because it didn’t seem to be getting anywhere but this is a long term system and it certainly seems to be doing the business.

So for now I’m going to give this bot an Approved rating and will of course keep you updated as the year goes on.

Just to recap, this is a horse racing laying system by Richard Ashdown and comes in the form of a downloadable PDF with, impressively, a betting bot to do everything for you.

The manual is 36 pages long, well written and comprehensive, explaining how it works and why it works. Essentially there are only 5 rules, but the manual goes through each step in detail with diagrams to show you where to look and what to look for, so you will never be in any doubt as to whether you have the correct selection.

However, all of the above becomes unnecessary if you decide to use the bot that comes with it. This is the clever bit. There is nothing extra to pay for the bot, no ongoing subscriptions, no upgrade fee’s etc. All you do is load it up, input your Betfair username and password, input what you want to stake, and click Start. The thing then runs 24/7 without any further input required.

Some of the Key points advertised about this product are:

High Class Hype Horses (HCHH) is a fully automated, proven laying system with a 75.3% success rate

HCHH’s sensible staking plan would have turned a £1,000 bank into over £55,000 in four years

It operates in an area of the market where liquidity is never a problem, so prices won’t be affected

Included is software that automates the whole process, and this really is completely automated if you run it on a virtual server as you just leave it on 24/7 and let it do all the work.

Unfortunately it’s currently not for sale but if they decide to make it available again you will be able to get High Class Hype Horses here:



Update September 2011

Time for an update on this system.

The bot has worked flawlessly since I began running it in February 2011.

It took my £500 bank up to £970 at one point in July and if this had continued I would have been very impressed indeed.

However, it’s not all good news.

Since July the bank has slowly dwindled and has now gone back to £510, only £10 up on my original bank.

I think for any system or service, fully automated or not, to only make £10 profit in seven months, is not good.

If I left it running for another six months it may well double the bank again, but then it may well lose it all again as we’ve just seen.

So the system/bot hasn’t lost any money, but it’s not made any either and I have no intention of carrying on using it.

I’ve recategorized this system as Neutral.

It’s currently not for sale but if they decide to make it available again you will be able to get High Class Hype Horses here:


Filed under Betting Bots,Horse Racing Systems,Laying by CashMaster



john August 9, 2011 at 6:33 pm

hi, back in march 2011 i purchased a system called HCHH, which i note you have reveiwed, it came with a 30 day money back offer, i looked at the system but decided it was not for me, so i applied for a refund, i received a reply stating a refund was on its way , but guess what, right no refund i have sent numerous emails to no avail, so be warned do not buy this system.. regards.. john

Graham August 12, 2011 at 10:51 am

Thanks for letting me know. You put a false e-mail address down so perhaps this is the problem?

Paul November 23, 2011 at 3:04 pm

All profit was wiped out in one day at the end of July when 6 lays in 8 races won.
Since then my bank is down 40% overall.

For the last 2 weeks the bot hasn’t worked at all and there is no response to email.
Customer service is non-existant. No result emails either. Talking of results, the original spreadsheet was a total joke, with decimal odds quoted incorrectly throughout e.g evens shown as 1.00 and 2/1 shown as 2.0 etc.
Commision amounts deducted on some results and not others.
Odds were presented as ISP +7% despite the fact that BSP odds have been available for years.
Mr Ashdown didn’t take too kindly to constructive criticism about the spreadsheet and insisted his way of presenting results was correct, rather than industry standard.
Eventually, he basically told me to piss off and leave him alone. No response to any email since.

This looks to me like the classic ‘take the money and run’ situation, and at that price it was an expensive mistake.
If this ever comes back on the market, which I doubt it will, please avoid it like the plague.


Graham November 23, 2011 at 3:54 pm

I’ve moved this system to FAILED.

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