Value Racing Club

I have something a bit special for horse racing fans below. An affordable way to own a race horse! Well, a part of one at least.

Check out this offer from James Couldwell of Value Racing Club.

Dear Cash Master clients,

Please let me introduce myself, my name is James Couldwell and I run

Value Racing Club provides affordable racehorse ownership for an all inclusive price with no hidden extras or costs. Our syndicates have a maximum of 20 shares available, however we also run syndicates with a smaller number of people involved and bid to cater for all.

You get the same owners benefits with VRC as you would with sole ownership. Free O&T badge every time your horse runs guaranteed, stable visits arranged to watch your horse work on the gallops whilst owners keep 100% of all prize money and sales.

There are no monthly fees, a one-off cost covers the entire racing season. What we pay for the horse is what you pay and it’s the same with training fee’s, there is no mark up of any kind.

VRC are members of the, ROA, Racehorse Owners Association and RSA, Racehorse Syndicates Association. You can be assured of good practice and a warm welcome.

Racing TV pundit, Mark Howard is our Club Ambassador.

What we offer to members:

  • An opportunity to become involved in horse racing ownership.
  • A one-off cost with nothing else to pay for the entire racing season.
  • Weekly updates via email or phone.
  • Stable visits arranged to watch your horse work on the gallops.
  • Free owners & trainer’s badge, each time your horse runs.
  • All horses are fully insured.
  • Each syndicate keeps 100% of prize money and sales.

A maximum of 20 shares are available in any new purchase. Once the shares are sold, the syndicate is closed.

The cost depends on the price of the horse. For example, if we buy a horse for £20,000 with 20 shares available, the purchase price will be £1000. Training fees are a max of £1400 all-in with nothing else to pay guaranteed for a minimum of 10 months. There are no monthly payments or unexpected bills.

If you use the promo code: CASHMASTER there is a £100 discount off the training fees.

We cater for Flat and National Hunt racing. Our trainers are:

David Pipe
Jamie Snowden
Tom Lacey
Mick Appleby
Tristan Davidson

Big National Hunt wins include, The £70,000 Imperial Cup, Betfred Summer Hurdle a £40,000 race, Durham National a £28,000 race. On the flat, Group Sprint at Ascot, plus wins at the likes of York and both Newmarket racecourses. We’ve never failed to win less than £100,000 in a calendar year.

At this moment in time, we’re running at a 67% strike rate of our horses finishing in the first three every time we have a runner. This stat is correct for the last four years.

Starting on Monday 25th October, the biggest horses in training sale of the year takes play at Tattersalls in Newmarket. 1600 horses will go under the hammer over four days. I’ll be at the sale all week hoping to buy flat and horses to go jumping. It’s an exciting week and great time to get involved.

Hopefully we can put a syndicate together of Cash Master readers!

Please do have a look at our website and feel free to contact me, by phone or email. Do also sign up for our weekly newsletter, this can be done on the homepage of the website.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Kind regards
James Couldwell

Tel: 07939800769
Email: [email protected]
Twitter: @ValueRacingClub

20 Minute System – First Update (after Eight Weeks)

This each way golf value betting system is looking very promising after eight weeks with a £47.64 profit. And that’s with only 50p each-way bets (so £1 in total per bet).

The strike rate is very low, but this is to be expected as the odds range is mostly from 50/1 to 300/1. There were 2 weeks with no bets and one week with only one tip, so I decided to update after eight weeks rather than four. With such high odds, we can expect considerable variance which is noted by the minimum bank of £159.14 after five weeks and the fact that on week seven there was a whopping £89.50 profit.

Starting Bank: £200

Minimum Bank: £159.14

Maximum Bank: £248.64

Number of Profitable Months: 1/2

Current Bank: £247.64

Number of Bets: 74

Number of winning Bets: 6

Strike Rate: 8.1%

Profit/Loss: £47.64

Return on Bank: 23.8%

Time Taken to Place Bets and Check Results each week: 0-40 mins (depending on how many bets there are).

A further update is planned about eight weeks from now.

You can sign up here

Cotswold Racing

A good strike rate this week with only 4 outright losers from 11 bets; 2 place wins returned small losses so are counted as losing bets.

Week 9: Bets 11, Wins 5, Profit 4.8, BSP 10.51
Overall: Bets 160: Wins 49, Profit 10.24, BSP 64.41

MJ Racing

A poor week with two wins, an each-way win at 12/1, and 2 placed unable to make this a winning week.

Week 9: Bets 25, Wins 5, Profit -14.45, BSP -21.98
Overall: Bets 230: Bets 58, Wins -25.25, BSP 5.95

Rendlesham Racing

Two winners, an each-way winner, and four placed for a break-even week. The football acca was let down by Aston Villa.

Week 9: Bets 21, Wins 7, Profit 0.20, BSP -3.76
Overall: Bets 173: Bets 50, Wins 54.79, BSP 85.33

Blueblood Racing

It is 2 weeks since my last update of this service and it has seen a week of profits, followed by a week of losses.

Overall, there is still much to be positive about and we reamin well into profit for the trial period.

Win Only bets have kept up their impressive strike rate of around 35%, while Each Way bets are providing a return of some sort at least 50% of the time.

The Bottom Line profit is a rather pleasing 36 points.



Rendlesham Racing

Three wins, an each-way win, and three placed for a nice winning week.

Week 8: Bets 23, Wins 7, Profit 3.78, BSP 5.64
Overall: Bets 152: Bets 43, Wins 54.59, BSP 89.09

MJ Racing

Five wins, an each-way win, and five placed were unable to make this week a winning week.

Week 8: Bets 34, Wins 11, Profit -5.22, BSP -6.29
Overall: Bets 205: Bets 53, Wins -12.4, BSP 26.48

Cotswold Racing

An each-way winner at 11/1 and the runner-up in the CESAREWITCH on Saturday is the highlight of the week. Two other wins, another each-way win, and two placed for an excellent week.

Week 8: Bets 16, Wins 5, Profit 26.2, BSP 26.17
Overall: Bets 149: Wins 44, Profit 5.44, BSP 53.9


An absolutely horrendous weekend for this service has knocked it back into negative territory.

But it has to be said that I’m not sure you’d have got the bets on in the first place. I received the selection email at 5.52pm on Sunday evening with a total of 17 bets kicking off at 6pm.

That’s really cutting it fine, 8 minutes to to shop around to find the best price and then place 17 bets. On top of that, these are not straight result based bets, they’re for point spreads, so you have to navigate bookie website menus to find the correct bet.

I had an issue with this service earlier on in the trial where I received a selection email the day AFTER a game had been played. I took this up with the Betting Gods admin and they told me they had a one-off error where some emails were delayed. I accepted that and, as it turns out, the bet was a loser so I recorded it as normal because there’s a good chance many customers would hace received it in good time.

We haven’t experienced these issue with any other Betting Gods services, so I assume it is down to this tipster alone.

The NCAA and NFL bets this weekend lost about 18 points and leave the trial period standing at a loss of 6.3 points



Cotswold Racing

Two wins and two placed for a lackluster week. One of the placed selections returned a small loss so doesn’t count as a win.

Please note that I have fixed each-way results as I was recording each-way stakes incorrectly.

Week 7: Bets 16, Wins 3, Profit -11.15, BSP -14.26
Overall: Bets 133: Bets 39, Wins -20.76, BSP 27.73

MJ Racing

Five winners, two each-way wins at 16/1 and 14/1, and three placed, one of which was a place only bet for a great week.

Please note that I have fixed each-way results as I was recording each-way stakes incorrectly.

Week 7: Bets 24, Wins 10, Profit 37.31, BSP 57.85
Overall: Bets 171: Bets 42, Wins -7.18, BSP 32.77

Rendlesham Racing

WOW! Got the 1-2 in the Arc on Sunday, that is an each-way winner at 80/1 (140 on Betfair). Four other winners, one other each-way winner and four placed for some week.

Please note that I have fixed each-way results as I was recording each-way stakes incorrectly.

Week 7: Bets 28, Wins 9, Profit 24.02, BSP 42.25
Overall: Bets 129: Bets 36, Wins 50.81, BSP 83.45

Crypto Trader’s Academy Month Seven

Cryptos have been in a bearish mood during September and overall my CTA portfolio lost $204.19.

Here are the stats for the first seven months of the review:

Acquisition Cost: $1160.14 (Completed on February 11th, 2021)

Starting Bank for Review: $1273.27 (March 1st, 2021)

Minimum Bank: $989.26 (June 22nd, 2021)

Maximum Bank: $2197.55 (May 10th, 2021)

Number of Profitable Months: 4/7

Current Bank: $1447.07 (September 30th, 2021)

Profit/Loss Since March 1st: $173.80

Profit/Loss Since Acquisition: $286.93

Return on Bank since March 1st: 13.6 %

Return on Bank since Acquisition: 24.7 %

The graph below shows the daily value of the portfolio from March 1st through September 30th, 2021

The values each day are Noon amounts.

During September, there were changes to the portfolio cash and crypto coins distribution: two coins were sold off and three new coins purchased ( a blue chip and two moon chips). Another existing coin is now being staked.

Blue chips are coins with high market capital (from the game of poker — whereby the blue chips have the highest value).

Moon chips are coins that may rocket upwards in value at some stage (as in going up to the moon).

Currently, the portfolio is 21.7 % cash (held as stable coins) and 78.3% crypto coins. This cash is available for future utilization depending on the direction of the market. In addition two of the crypto coins are now being staked. There are currently 18 crypto coins in the portfolio including the major two: Bitcoin and Ethereum.

One can of course sell one’s portfolio at any time, but I will be following the official portfolio and playing the market cycle most likely for at least a year.

You Can Sign Up Here

Wiltshire Racing

 Just getting a quick note to say that Wiltshire Racing is giving the tipster service a rest and the last day of tipping will be 30th September.

There will be no further updates and the blog posts have been removed.

Blueblood Racing

We’re now approaching the halfway point in our trial of Blueblood Racing, so far it’s going very well.

We’ve had a decent couple of weeks since the last update and now stand at 32 points profit.

One thing I am keen to mention is the write up you receiving during the day. They’re probably the best of their kind I’ve ever come across from a tipping service. It’s a proper glimpse into the workings of a true professional bettor. They’re extremely well worded and, even if a horse finishes a mile out the back of the pack, you can see for yourself the reason it was selected.

That part of the service is possibly one of the most valuable elements. If you’re anything like me, this will set you off thinking and playing about with adapting his approach to your own betting.

We’ve got a Strike Rate of around 25% but the Each Way bets are achieving a return of some sort at a rate of nearer 55%.



Rendlesham Racing

One of each this week: one win, one each-way win and one placed. A poor week.

Week 5: Bets 22, Wins 3, Profit -8.22, BSP -3.42
Overall: Bets 101: Bets 27, Wins -10.09, BSP -4.11

MJ Racing

Four wins and four placed for a break-even week.

Week 6: Bets 25, Wins 8, Profit 0.1, BSP 6.69
Overall: Bets 147: Bets 32, Wins -27.74, BSP -14.2

Cotswold Racing

2 wins, 2 each-way wins and 3 placed for a slight profit this week.

Week 6: Bets 21, Wins 7, Profit 1.04, BSP 5.01
Overall: Bets 117: Bets 36, Wins -6.94, BSP 18.16