A tad early because of the equine flu outbreak but I have enough data to form a view of this service: this will be approved and is possibly the best service I have reviewed in over 10 years!

That is some statement!

Let’s delve a little deeper.

There is a lot of information on the site so be prepared for information overload. Don’t expect to jump straight in on day one, take some time to feel your way in to this,

The first place you are going to start is “Daily Use”, and then the FI (Financial Independence) Club. You need to read and understand the articles here, especially how to use the HRP Platinum Staking Plan.

Next, I recommend you select and follow one of the “Club Betting” gurus. Each guru has a unique set of rules about how to use their selections, and you definitely need to understand each guru before adding another system.

The Club Betting gurus has formed the basis of this trial so let’s look at these in turn. However, before I start there are a couple of caveats: first: I used BSP the Gurus post they odds they took, and this means we had different results and profits; secondly whilst the points total is interesting you NEVER use flat stakes for any of these systems, you MUST use the HRP Platinum staking plan or other staking plans as advised. This second observation does make direct comparison with other Cash Master services somewhat difficult!

Method Maker

Turned £1,000 in to £3,048. Technically 98 points (£980 at a flat £10 per point) so would be a recommended service on its own.

The Squire

Turned £1,000 in to £2,732 or 88.98 points.

Might Tosh

Turned £1,000 in to £6,071 for 187 points!

These 3 do need you to be at your computer during racing. Although I think that Betfair 3rd parties that offer excel triggered betting may be able to handle the staking plan but there will be a cost to hire a developer.

Lieutenant K

Firstly this service can be handled by bots such as TheBetEngine, as can Triple S and systems on the forum.

Turned £1,000 in to £6,004 for 218 points. However, this is a bit generous. For me, the “forty” quad was very poor and the “coloured” quad benefited from the loss recovery staking. Here you are going to start with just one type of quad and Coloured is by far the best performer, followed by combined then forty.

There are several other profitable systems that I didn’t blog: Lieutenant K Triple S and several systems on the forum. Might Tosh also does a “key odds” system that you play in the place only market. You have to manually run the trebles as there may be a few days between selections but this turned £250 in to £1,540 in a month!

I don’t want to influence you but going forward I am using Mighty Tosh both for straight bets and the Key Odds selections.

One last note, I have used £1,000 as my base bank, but the service work equally well off £100 base banks.

However, just to reiterate, take some time to learn and understand each system you use. There is the ability to ask questions if you are confused.

Starting with a bank of £4,500 (remember you can use £450) and ending with a massive £19,395, 431% increase, approved is the only outcome of this trial.

One final note, there is a Masterclass event coming that you can pre-register for. There’ll be some goodies at the event and also explanations of how to use this service. More details to follow as we get them.

You can get The Horse Racing Predictor here.