I have been looking at Victor Value, a horse racing tipping service that costs £24.99 per month with a reduced subscription for quarterly or yearly.
The setup is simple, you receive an email with an in-depth review of the selection and often threats to the selection together with staking advice and advised odds. As normal with such a service getting the bets on as soon as you get the email is advised, however, the selections tend to be at larger odds so the price is unlikely to shorten all the quickly.
Rather than reproduce here, if you follow the link below you’ll see an example of the advice you receive. It is very obvious that John is a very knowledgeable and committed tipster.
I ran the trial to include the Cheltenham Festival. Unfortunately, John didn’t do so well, but it was a tricky week with big odds winners and horses falling at the last when in a clear lead (grrr). The trial ended with 37 wins from 281 bets (13%), I am not too worried about the strike rate as the bets tend to be at larger odds; the mean odds are 10.6. The result is a profit of 11.7 points, or £117 using our standard £10 per point, which leaves a small profit after subscription costs are deducted. However, Betfair is 36.09 points up (£360) and has to be considered as an option; the mean odds is a tad under 11. If you can get BOG then this is 46.3 points (£463).
I am happy to approve this service based mainly on the profits made on Betfair.