Weekly Update

A baptism of fire…

...is probably the best way of describing the first few days for the four new triallists recently added to the reviews section of the site, as you'll now see in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 13/02/2018. 

In varying degrees of financial loss (least to worst), none of Each Way HitsLoves RacingThe Racing Tipster nor The 15 Point Plan managed to make any profit during their opening days, losing a combined £258.50, with The 15 Point Plan accountable for some 73% (-£189.00) of those losses.

The silver lining to those four clouds comes from the facts that (a) they've all got plenty of time remaining under review to recoup those losses and (b) they weren't the only services to lose money over the past fortnight, as Racing Excellence Best BetsCleeve Racing and Racing Excellence VIP Bets also lost £297.41 between them with Racing Excellence VIP Bets accountable for 83.9% (-£249.52) of that figure!

So, did anybody make any money?

Well, yes, but not many! In fact, just two services added anything to their bottom line with E/W Leader backing up a solid first week (+£66.15 @ 60.14% ROI) with another £123.15 over the last fortnight achieved at an ROI of 111.95% thanks to 8 winning bets from 11.

And the other profit came from the Horse Racing Network who managed to add another £44.00 on the final day of their review, taking them further into profitability and helping our reviewer Ray to decide to give it his approval. More on that in a moment, but first...

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...the overall picture...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £276.50 (at day 18) 18 -£40.00 Click Here 29.73%
Horse Racing Network £256.55 (at day 60) 60 £44.00 Click Here 8.64%
E/W Leader £189.30 (at day 16) 16 £123.15 Click Here 86.05%
Racing Excellence Best Bets £31.57 (at day 23) 23 -£7.89 Click Here 15.04%
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £19.00 (at day 1) 1 £0.00 Click Here n/a
Each Way Hits -£7.00 (at day 5) 5 -£7.00 Click Here -14.00%
Loves Racing -£12.50 (at day 1) 1 -£12.50 Click Here -9.62%
The Racing Tipster -£50.00 (at day 3) 3 -£50.00 Click Here -100.00%
Racing Excellence VIP Bets -£61.81 (at day 23) 23 -£249.52 Click Here -4.94%
15 Point Plan -£189.00 (at day 5) 5 -£189.00 Click Here -84.00%

As usual, clicking the name of a service takes you straight to their home page, whilst there are links to every review above.

Now, there's quite a chunk of red on there, but the majority of it thankfully belongs to services very early into their review period with us, so they do have time to come good.

One with no time left at all is the afore-mentioned Horse Racing Network whose 60-day trial ended with a healthy profit of over £250 acquired at an ROI approaching 9%. That might not seem like much, but I'm a firm believer that if a service can deliver 10%, it's well worth looking at and this one wasn't far short.

Our reviewer, Ray liked it and highlighted in his review that the service comprises of three elements and following just the main selections proved to be even more profitable than the add-ons. Ray explains this right here.

A 3 month subscription to Horse Racing Network is priced at £74.99, so the trial period easily covered the initial outlay and there would still have been some time left over to receive further selections beyond our 60-day betting period. Those not wishing to commit for as long initially can always do so and that's at a cost of £29.99 per month and you can get more details right here.

And that's me done here for this roundup. See you next time!

Chris

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2 replies
  1. acranea says:

    I see Pinnacle Racing commited ritual suicide today. Service abandoned. It started to tank almost directly after you gave it a glowing review. Four losing months in a row, & with regular 5 & 6 point bets daily I imagine there’s a few broken hearts (not to mention bank balances!) out there. I signed up but quickly realised it wasn’t for me. Thank God!! Got away with minimal damage. Just goes to prove the old “past performance is no guarantee of future profit” adage I guess.

    £1500 quid down in just under 4 months to £10 stakes. Ouch!

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    • Chris Worrall says:

      Wow! Sounds like it really tanked.
      I’m not surprised Betting Gods pulled the plug : they’re no fools and won’t shy away from tough decisions like that.

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