Weekly Update

Slow and steady wins the race?

Or that's how it seems this week in the...

...Geegeez System Trials Roundup for 10/08/2016.

Whilst we're now in the depths of the busy Flat campaign, there are still the odd A/W meetings dotted about and there are some decent opportunities to be had there and that's what the loftily titled All Weather God is taking advantage of.

AWG was our top earner last week, making profits of £157.50 at an ROI of exactly 100% from just 12 selections over the week, of which 3 (25% SR) were winners, More details here in James' review.

All Weather God is clearly going to be a slow burner for the next couple of months, really coming into its own in the Autumn and onwards, but for now is worth a second look, especially when Geegeez readers can take 30 days for just £1 via this link.

Next best and not far behind was 1pt Investments who lifted themselves back out of the red via 8 winners from 46 (17.4% SR) and £140.33 profit at an ROI of 30.5%, as documented here in Barry's review.

And our weekly top three was completed by Irish Fancies, who also pulled themselves out of the red during their final four days of review to end their trial in profit (more on that shortly), thanks to a return of £83.17 (+59.4% ROI), courtesy of 4 winners from 14 (28.6% SR), all of which has been documented here by Chris Thorogood.

Another five services made profit this week, meaning that 8 reviews showed a combined return of some £506.22, but as always, some weren't quite as successful, as our other four reviews showed a combined weekly loss of £297.12.

The Big Race Analysis trial suffered a minor loss of £6.25 on the week, but to be honest, that neither here nor there for a service that has now made £859.00 in just 18 betting days at £10 per bet (full breakdown here).

Racing Gold picked up where they left off last week, following up the £60 loss in week 1 with another near-£50 reversal in week two (details here), whilst Lucky 7 Naps had a rare off week, giving some £96.20 (here's how) back to the bookies, but as you'll see shortly, they're still going well enough.

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And (insert ironic drum roll here) our weekly wooden spoon goes to Glenn Whelan Racing, who followed up their week 1 loss of £68.56 with a further deficit of £145.33 this week which, as Chris' review shows, puts them in difficult water already. A fact made clearer in...

...the latest weekly league table.

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Big Race Analysis £859.00 (at day 18) 18 -£6.25 Click Here
Value Favs £239.16 (at day 40) 40 £15.13 Click Here
Lucky 7 Naps £204.38 (at day 43) 43 -£96.20 Click Here
All Weather God £196.32 (at day 18) 18 £157.50 Click Here
Gold Turf Racing £188.25 (at day 60) 60 £6.10 Click Here
1pt Investments £116.16 (at day 30) 30 £140.33 Click Here
Yard Info £67.98 (at day 30) 30 £36.59 Click Here
Pro Footy Tips £22.40 (at day 1) 1 £22.40 Click Here
Irish Fancies £20.57 (at day 60) 60 £83.17 Click Here
Racing Excellence -£10.50 (at day 37) 37 £45.00 Click Here
Racing Gold -£110.56 (at day 14) 14 -£49.34 Click Here
Glenn Whelan Racing -£213.89 (at day 14) 14 -£145.33 Click Here

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

As you can see, barring the two services introduced a fortnight ago, it's a pretty healthy picture and whilst Racing Gold and Glenn Whelan Racing already have combined losses approaching £325, there's still more than enough time to turn them around.

It was the end of the road for both Gold Turf Racing and Irish Fancies, who both ended their trials in profit and I'll be bringing you our final thoughts on both of those very soon.

We're still looking for new products to review for you, so if there's one you've seen advertised and you want it checked out, drop me a quick email or make a reply below!

Otherwise, I'll be back here again next Wednesday!

Chris

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