In the middle of May, I wrapped up my review of Cheek Pieces. In that review, I noted that “I would want to see more consistent profits to justify an approved classification”. Nine weeks have elapsed since then, so I have had another look at this system’s performance.

Tips are sent by email and are also available on a website. Selections are well researched and come with a summary. Here’s an example for Saturday 15th May:

Jumby (Newmarket 3:15) did well to finish third in a CD handicap last month as he was denied a clear run on a couple of occasions. Creative Force won that race and went on to win again at the Guineas meeting from an 8lbs higher mark, beating Perotto who also runs here but looks to have it to do against Jumby on these terms. One who could run well at a big price is Shalaa Asker who ran well in a hot Thirsk race two starts back. You have to forgive a poor run next time out where the only excuse offered was that the colt was unsuited by the undulations, not ideal coming to Newmarket then, but worth having a few quid on:

Newmarket 3:15 – Jumby – 1 point win @ 3/1 (generally)

The emails are usually sent through the early evening the night before allowing you to get early bird prices. As you can see, a target price and suggested stake is included in the advice.

We can see a consistent performance in these 9 weeks with over 33 points profit to advised prices, and 11 points profit using BSP. Both advised prices and BSP are around 28 points up overall, or £280 to the standard £10 per point. This is the sort of performance I wanted to see, so now that I do see it I am happy to change the status of this service to approved

You can get Cheek Pieces here.