Vision Racing – Final
I have been trailing a Betting Gods product, Vision Racing. This is a Horse Racing tipping service that costs £39 per month, with tiered subscriptions for quarterly and yearly subscriptions.
Bets are received around breakfast time each morning, and state the selection, number of points and bet type (win or each way) and a suggested bookmaker. I suspect that you’d have to place bets quickly in order to get the suggested odds.
From the Betting Gods website:
About Vision Racing
Mark, with his Vision Racing service, focusses on generating big wins at long odds. It’s why an average selection from Vision Racing has average odds of 11.76. It’s certainly paying off in the long run!
Admittedly, the lower strike rate might put off the average punter but for those willing to put the time and effort in, the rewards are there for the taking… To the tune of £150.55 per month with £10 bets.
The average odds were 10 during the trial, close to the stated average, and had a winning rate of 21%. The above also states a £150 per month, and again this trial verifies that with 48.95 points, £489.50 at £10 per point, during the 3 months of this trial. The subscription costs are neatly covered at this level of investment.
Those of you who do not want to risk their bookmaker accounts, Betfair isn’t really an option at 13.23 points profit (£132.30) as this barely covers the subscriptions. Of course, you could use more than £10 per point, but that is not how we appraise services on Cashmaster. The reduced subscriptions for longer periods also makes BSP a slightly better option.
I recorded advised odds and Betfair SP with 5% commission. However 2% has become available since this trial started and this does make a difference, BSP become 18.88 points (£188.80), in my opinion not enough to recommend this after subscription removed, but it is in profit. I did not apply BOG or other bookmaker offers.
With a tidy profit I am happy to approve this service.