I’m going to be reviewing the performance of Blueblood Racing over the next 3 months.

Subscription costs £34.99 per month with discounts available for longer sign ups.

The sales page info says that a 150 point bank is recommended, the welcome emai you receive on joining says it’s 100 points. I’ll go with 100 and £10 a point as per our usual habit.

The sales page says that you receive seections via a text message the evening before racing and that those are backed up by email, and then a detailed email goes out the next day with write ups explaining the selection.

I have now emailed them twice to supply my mobile number but am yet to recieve a reply, but I have been receiving emails in the evening and during the following day.

The emails are clear, easy to follow, and the write ups are interesting.

As usual, I will publish results on the same spreadsheet I’ve used here on Cash-Master for years but I have added a new column to record the number of places paid on any Each Way bets advised. I have no idea why I didn’t do that before now, it does not mess with any of the calcs I have written and saves me having to go back to selection emails when checking results.

I will publish that next week, so far the results for this service have been mixed. From 10 bets, we’ve had 2 wins, 1 E/W Placed, and 7 losses. The bank started at £1000 and now stands at £1000.60. But that’s less than a week’s results, so not worth taking any view on as yet

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