One of the most frequent questions I get asked, almost on a daily basis, is “what is the best system or service?”

It’s a tricky question to answer because what’s best for me may not necessarily be best for you. We’ve found some really very good systems and services over the last decade but they’re invariably not suitable for everyone. For example, there are some excellent products available that concentrate on football trading but, for many people, they are not available to trade when the main football matches are playing, or they simply don’t enjoy trading… or football. We’ve also found some pretty decent horse racing systems, but they require a very long term approach with perhaps a few bets a day that may not show a decent profit for many months at a time. These are perfect for relaxed punters that fancy a few bets a day as an interest, and hope to make a few quid over the course of a year, but they’re no good for someone who wants to be more involved or likes to have a lot of bets.

I do have my favourites though, and they tend to be systems or services that take up relatively little time but deliver a big return. I prefer efficiency over fun, but if it’s fun too then that’s a bonus.

Up until recently my favourite horse racing method was Beaumonts Bets. This certainly wasn’t for everyone but for those prepared to put a couple of hours of work in each morning and were happy to set up a bot to lay off the bets during the afternoon, this proved to be the most profitable horse racing service we had ever featured on the Cash Master website. Paul Beaumont ran his service for two and a half years and it was incredibly successful… until he retired.

Since then a few other services set up emulating Paul’s technique of betting on value selections, and they’ve been pretty good too, but nothing quite prepared me for what came next.

In the late summer of 2015, I was approached by an old friend of mine. I’ve known this chap for years; I even lived with his sister in a shared house when I was a student, so we’ve got real history. He told me that for the last few years he had been making a rather incredible income betting on horses. He puts his bets on in the morning, all win or each way bets, and collects his winnings at the end of the day. And here’s the thing…

He wins big.

Really big.

Really, really big!

His normal return to £20 stakes is £3,000-£7,000 a month. And he’s never had a losing month!

Intrigued, I asked him if he wouldn’t mind proofing his selections to me. He agreed and so on 1st September I started monitoring his selections. I didn’t bet on them, I simply noted the selections and checked to see if the prices were available when he tipped them. They always were.

Over that period, his selections have made £24,862 profit to £20 stakes.

I’ve never seen anything like it. This is, as far as I’m concerned, the best horse racing system I’ve ever seen.

It won’t be for everyone though. You need to bet for one hour between 10.30am-11.30am each morning, Monday-Friday. That’s it!

£3000-£7000 a month for “working” 1 hour a day. Now that’s what I call efficient.

You can try it for yourself here:

https://www.thorobred.uk

Update 31st January 2017

Well, a year on from my initial review and unfortunately the wheels came off this one.

During my trial between Oct15 and the end of Jan16, the service made an incredible 1,243 points; hence my happy approval of this service. The service experienced its first losing month in March16, but then recovered and went on to produce new highs of 1700+ points by June. However, we then experienced long periods of no profits where gains one day were given back the next. Eventually towards the end of November the profit got up to 1,848 points, but since then has shown a steady decline, giving back pretty much all of the profit gained since the initial review last year. The current profit stands at 1,397 points, a mere 154 points profit since my review this time last year. And that’s assuming you got the same prices. If you regularly get smaller prices then you could well be in a loss position and when you factor in the subscription costs too then this no longer looks to be a viable service. Given the fact that it did make incredible profits during my review period, I see no reason why it couldn’t do again in the future, but as the profit produced over the last 12 months have been negligible after subscriptions costs, I’m moving this to the Neutral section and will review again in 12 months.