This trial was a re-test of a service we first reviewed back in 2012.
Cleeve Racing is a horse racing tipping service looking at Class 2 or better UK horse races. Costing £40 per month with reductions for longer subscription periods, you get access to a website where each qualifying race is analysed and an explanation as to why a horse is a selection or why there aren’t any selections for that race. You are given a target price and the number of points to bet on each race where a horse qualifies.
As this is for the higher class of races there are many days were there are no qualifying races, but this service is about quality rather than quantity. Averaging 9 bets per week, and that includes Cheltenham, Aintree, and classic festivals (2,000 Guineas, 1,000 Guineas, Epsom Oaks, Epsom Derby) where there are more qualifying races.
I have focused this review on the main selections. There are other services available: Eyecatchers and Highway50 which I didn’t use.
There were 121 bets in the 13-week period with 45 wins for a strike-rate of 37% at average advised odds of 13. You’d probably have to react quite quickly to get the advised prices at a Bookmaker, and I have not used BOG where available.
The service finished 123.91 points up, a massive £1, 239 using the standard £10 per point. The £120 basic subscription for 3 months barely dents this. Even better is 138.62 points: £1,386 using Betfair SP with 5% commission deducted means that this is a tipping service you can use without having your Bookmaker account withdrawn.
With that level of profit I am more than happy to approve this service.
You can get Cleeve Racing here.