We tested and approved this service last year after making £386.11 in five weeks. To remind you, this is a horse racing arbitrage system (you back and lay the same horse) that costs £79.96 per month. During the evening before racing you get selections for the next day with the odds you should try to get and odds below which you should not bet. You have to be reasonably quick to get the best odds, and you are recommended to setup email alerts on a smartphone.
At some point, before the race starts, you lay the bet off. The service provides a calculator so you can calculate your stakes.
We bet at £50 stakes but bear in mind since we are trading, laying off the selection the next day, we’re not risking £50 but locking in a profit (or a smaller loss).
So how has the service performed since we completed the review on 11th September last year?
Well, in the twelve months from 12th September 2017 to 11th September 2018 it made £2,546.67 profit.
It’s up to us when we place the lay bet, and had we layed off at the ‘optimal’ time for each bet that figure would be an incredible £8,295.57! However, of course we never know what the optimal time is going to be until after the event, and this is why ‘back tested’ results are meaningless for this kind of service.
Having said that they do recommend an optimal time for placing each lay bet but for the sake of clarity, I’ve reported the results based on placing the lay bet at 20 minutes before the race for every race. This can be achieved easily by anyone, either doing it manually or using a betting bot to place the bet for you.
Using the same criteria, the profit from 12th September this year to 13th December is another £466.98 bringing the total profit since the end of our trial to £3,013.65.
Had we been able to attain the optimum lay time that would be £9,514.47!