We tested and approved Back Lucrative nearly five years ago when it made £1,262 profit to £10 bets during our trial.
Since then it’s continued to make a half decent profit every year and has made a total of £16,600 profit to £10 stakes since it’s been in service.
Like all horse racing services it has good and bad runs but overall it’s pretty decent if you have the discipline to stick through lean patches.
For this week only they are offering two weeks free access to the service. Of course, you can’t judge its profitability in two weeks, but it should give you a good idea if it’s the sort of betting that would suit you.
You can get two weeks free access here
We tested and approved this service last year and it finished the year with a very decent 376 points profit, or £3,760 to just £10 a point. This now takes the overall total since 2015 to over 2000 points.
2020 had racked up over 50 points already, but this was DOUBLED last Saturday:
- Warwick 3.50 FORTUNATE GEORGE 12/1 2pts – WON
- Newbury 3.35 SIR VALENTINE 16/1 3pts – lost (by a length)
- Wolverhampton 8.00 MICKEY 10/1 3pts – WON
That’s another 51 points in just one day.
They normally offer a 50% discount on the first month of your subscription but if you use the link below you’ll get 100% discount… yes, it’s completely free!
You’d be mad not to give it a go.
Try for free here
This is a unique horse racing service where you get an email mid-morning containing 3 bets, one for 3 point stake, one for two points and one for one point, so your total outlay each day is 6 points. There aren’t any selections on a Sunday. The email contains suggested odds and the bookmakers where you might find them and are win only bets.
I recorded performance using these advised odds without BOG and to Betfair SP with 2% commission deducted.
The service costs £24.99 per month with a reduction for a quarterly
During the trial I hit a 17% strike rate, a bit removed from the 22% claimed on the website, so this review could have hit a patch of poor performance; I am aware of a significant number of second places, which is frustrating.
To advised stakes the review ended -56.70 points, blowing the advised
50-point bank, BSP ended -2.22.
Blowing the bank is almost an automatic fail. BSP performance at a tad under break even is the only saving factor. I dislike failing a service where I feel there is a genuine attempt to provide a winning service, and as the service is managed by BetInfo24 it will have undergone tests before going to market. I am going to Fail this as even the BSP performance is nowhere near covering the subscription and I have to concentrate on the results I have recorded.
You can try 6pt Plan here.