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All Change!

The review side of the site had been a little stagnant of late and we weren't entirely sure where to go with, but it transpires that our (unpaid) loyal band of volunteer reviewers really enjoy providing the service and the feedback from yourselves was overwhelmingly positive.

The only mildly negative side is that that not many people actually read this roundup!

Anyway, we've rung some changes, we've added 6 new reviews this week and we'll hopefully add another six before the month is out, which will not only keep our reviewers busy, but it'll freshen up this part of the site and the other change is that we're moving to a monthly roundup on the first Wednesday of each month, starting today.

We'll start with the current overview...

System Profit/Loss Service Days Trial days Monthly P/L Full Review
JB Racing Tips £266.77 (at day 60) 60 £180.68 Click Here
Loves Racing £187.75 (at day 33) 33 £240.25 Click Here
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £111.60 (at day 31) 31 -£71.12 Click Here
Master Racing Tipster £25.00 (at day 2) 2 £25.00 Click Here
RL Rated Racing £12.50 (at day 2) 2 £12.50 Click Here
The VIP Service £11.66 (at day 2) 2 £11.66 Click Here
The Press Man £0.00 (at day 0) 0 £0.00 Click Here
Rod's US Runners -£274.00 (at day 6) 6 -£274.00 Click Here
Rod's Runners -£772.00 (at day 7) 7 -£772.00 Click Here
Recently Completed
Cleeve Racing £1,155.20 (at day 60) 60 £0.00 Click Here
Race Reader -£201.48 (at day 60) 60 £0.00 Click Here

As is normally the case, clicking a service's name will direct you to their homepage, where you'll find more info and no doubt be offered the opportunity to take out a subscription.

We sent an email out last month to you all about the success of Cleeve Racing, so hopefully some of you managed to grab a place with them : I'm sure that will generate good steady profits going forward.

The rest of the above spreadsheet is pretty straightforward/self-explanatory, but if something isn't clear, just ask!

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However, before I sign off, I want to touch on a review that has just ended. I actually reviewed JB Racing Tips myself (it's good to keep your hand/eye in!) : click here to read it, so this is first hand info for you.

The JB Racing Tips service is a daily email racing advisory service from the thriving, reputable Betting Gods outlet, offering around 75 to 80 selections per month via email each evening around 5.00 to 7.00pm, well in time to get the bets on.

From our review over the two month period, we received 149 selections (avg = 2.48 per day), of which 56 were either winners or each way placers, giving a strike rate of 37.58%. Total advised stakes for our 149 selections came to 765.5pts (avg = 5.14pts per bet) and our final profit from the trial equated to 106.71pts at an ROI of 13.94%.

My initial thoughts are that both strike rate and ROI are more than acceptable, whilst the selections were delivered in a professional and timely manner. I had no need to use customer services, but I'm familiar with the quality operation run by the Betting Gods team, so I'd have no fears about contacting them if a problem ever arose.

A subscription to JB Racing Tips is currently available at £1 for 10 days and then either £25 per month, £60 per quarter or £200 per year, all of which look very reasonable to me! Click here for more details.

JB Racing Tips payments are handled via Clickbank, so a full 30-day, no-quibble, money-back guarantee is offered.

(Personally, I'd take the JB Racing Tips standard annual membership, safe in the knowledge I can cancel and get my money back if it wasn't right for me!)

The bottom line here is that a service like JB Racing Tips  is well worth adding to your portfolio, especially as those taking an annual membership can do so for the effective equivalent of less than £0.54 per day!

For more information on this one or any other we've reviewed, feel free to get in touch. The same applies if you see something you'd like us to review.

Until next time (1st August), thanks for reading.

Chris

All Bar One…

...of our small band of trial services made a profit over the last fortnight and all bar one are in overall profit since coming under our spotlight, as you can now see in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 23/05/2018.

Our top performer making a welcome return to form after a difficult couple of weeks (but who hasn't endured that of late?) was Cleeve Racing, who over 8 betting days (they only play in the better races) landed 7 winning bets from 18 (38.9% SR) for profits of £217.25 at an excellent ROI of some 54.3%, cementing their place (as you'll see shortly) at the top of our leaderboard.

This service has just five more days left under review and without pre-empting the report from our reviewer, Iain MacMillan, I'm fairly sure we'll be giving this one a glowing report in my next roundup.

For the record, Iain's review is right here and he'll be adding his own final thoughts to that piece once the review has ended.

And now without further ado, is the current state of play...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £855.70 (at day 55) 55 £217.25 Click Here 29.50%
Loves Racing £176.50 (at day 20) 20 £87.00 Click Here 14.29%
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £117.74 (at day 21) 21 £25.85 Click Here n/a
JB Racing Tips £68.44 (at day 35) 35 -£88.20 Click Here 5.88%
The Racing Tipster £7.88 (at day 60) 60 £1.05 Click Here 0.72%
Race Reader -£276.29 (at day 51) 51 £75.88 Click Here -26.31%

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

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Now, as you can see the one to miss out on fortnighly profit was JB Racing Tips, but they're managing to keep their heads above water in a difficult period and their past performance does tend to suggest they'll be back amongst the winners soon enough.

The one struggling overall is the Race Reader service, who just took a long time to get going and unfortunately look like failing their trial. They've had a good fortnight, though and if they can make further inroads into previously incurred losses, they might be one to continue monitoring for another few weeks after the trial concludes.

And we said goodbye to The Racing Tipster this week. They did make a profit during their 60 betting days with us, but 0.72% of all stakes invested over a trial that took over 3 months to complete really doesn't cut the mustard, especially with subscription fees set at £50 per month!

Without stealing reviewer Barry Gill's thunder, he said of this one...

...we have completed 60 betting days for The Racing Tipster  and it's been a disappointment if I'm being honest, with a lot of short priced selections and only managing a very small profit of £7.88 (not coming close to the subscription fees of £50 per month) It was a very difficult time resulting in 26 no bet days with race postponements due to the weather. That said emails arrived every morning with selections or stating a no bet day...

Meanwhile, you can read Barry's full breakdown of the selections/results right here.

And that's that for another fortnight, see you in June!

Chris

Testing Times for Tipster Triallists…

...late April / early May has been really tricky for those of us involved in daily race tipping (trust me, my own figures bear testimony to this) and our current crop of system/service trials show this only too well, as seen in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 08/05/2018.

In fact, just one of our seven active reviews made any profit at all over the last two weeks and even that wasn't enough money for more than a couple of pints (maybe 3 up North) ! Even so, it would be remiss of me to acknowledge the £8.41 made by The Racing Tipster since my last roundup. The strike rate was very good at 23.3% (7 winning bets from 30), although slightly down on their current average of 25% and the profit represents a small 2.8% return on stakes.

My issue with this service is that the winning selections are priced so low they barely cover the losers and certainly aren't covering subscription fees, but they were the best of a bad set of results this time around, as you can now see for yourself via...

...the current review league table...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £638.45 (at day 46) 46 -£20.00 Click Here 25.53%
Each Way Hits £262.99 (at day 60) 60 -£40.00 Click Here 42.46%
JB Racing Tips £156.64 (at day 22) 22 -£68.99 Click Here 23.82%
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £91.89 (at day 18) 18 -£31.36 Click Here n/a
Loves Racing £89.50 (at day 12) 12 -£14.50 Click Here 11.05%
The Racing Tipster £6.83 (at day 58) 58 £8.41 Click Here 0.63%
Race Reader -£352.17 (at day 42) 42 -£40.00 Click Here -41.93%

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

Now, in fairness, despite a tricky two weeks for pretty much everyone, the overall picture is quite promising, aside from the continued woes of the Race Reader service, who just don't seem to be living up to their name!

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The rest of the above is self expalnatory, but before I sign off, I wanted you to draw your attention to the recently completed review (it's here in its entirety) compiled by Iain MacMillan on the Each Way Hits service.

This one clocked up a good wedge of profit at a decent ROI based on clear instructions, but don't take my word for it : Iain's review is right here, but if you're pressed for time, let me tell you what Iain thought of this one...

...let’s start in the usual way with the statistics: Each Way Hits had 60 selection of which 22 made a return (nearly 37%) and this secured a tidy profit of nearly £263 from stakes of £615 (representing a very healthy ROI of nearly 43%). I have to say these are impressive figures and are actually higher than those claimed by the service since its inception.

As we said in the review introduction 'Each Way Hits focuses on the longer priced selections in the hope of at least making the frame with any winners coming at a welcome bonus’, so it came as a bit of a surprise when 50% of the selections giving a return actually won the race! I have always been a fan of each way betting and get more satisfaction (and money) when I have a 16/1 bet come 3rd than an even money favourite winning.

Each Way Hits is affordable, profitable, exciting and fun, what more could you ask for when betting on horses. I have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone considering investing in a tipping service, it would be a profitable addition to any portfolio...

Those of you interested in a subscription to Each Way Hits can get involved by clicking the service name anywhere on this page and is priced at £45.00 per month (quicklink here) or better value was available in a quarterly sub at £90.00 for 3 months (via this link).

And that's it from me for another fortnight, I'll be back with another roundup later in the month when hopefully results will have improved. In the meantime, if you've any queries, you know here I am and I'd be happy to receive suggestions about what we should review next!

Cheers,
Chris

Our Ray really liked this one…

I'm a day late (tech issues yesterday!) with the Geegeez System Trials Roundup, so these are to 25/04/2018. And I want to start by drawing your attention to a successful trial by the E/W Leader service, which our reviewer, Ray Pearce seemed to really like.

The bottom line was that in 60 betting days, the E/W Leader service advised 33 profitable selections from just 64 £10 bets with the 51.56% strike rate producing £252.43 profit at an ROI of 39.44%. Not bad at all from a service that can be acquired for as little as £15 per month via this link.

Don't just take my word for it, though, the full details of the trial are right here.

Ray's summary of the E/W Leader service said...

The admin for the system worked well with most bets arriving within an hour either side of 6.00pm. A note of caution however, most of the advised prices decayed quite quickly after the post arrived. By race time several selections started as short priced favourites. Had the bets been taken at SP the system would have produced just a 9pt profit and 7% ROI.
3 winners and 2 seconds from 6 bets for the first 6 days set us off with 21pts profit at an ROI of 151%. There after steady progress and after 39 days the system peaked at 61 pts profit, 56% SR and 71% ROI.
This was also Cheltenham week although there were no Cheltenham bets. Which meant that the last 21 days and 21 selections fell in the racing void that lies between Cheltenham and Aintree, so it is probably no surprise that those selections dropped 11 points from the bank.
Our 60 day trial has taken 10 days under 3 months to complete; 33 selections have been placed from 64 bets. Giving just over 50 points profit; better than 50% Strike Rate and a ROI of almost 40%.

Even at the top end price of £30 pm paid there would still be £160.00 in the bank with 10 days of selections to come.
On these figures alone it must be a recommend.

Although not part of my remit and just for the interest for the non E/W betters; backing the selections to win gave 12 wins from 64 bets; 42 pts profit; 18% S/R; 33% ROI.

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We don't often recommend a service after a trial, but in this instance we're happy to promote the E/W Leader service, so if you want more information on it or you want to get involved, simply click this link.

A subscription to E/W Leader is currently priced at £30.00 per month, but there are substantial discounts for those signing up for longer periods, as a quarterly subscription is offered at £60.00, saving you over 33% during the quarter. Best value of all is the annual membership available for the equivalent of six months' subs at £180.00

Geegeez readers can take 10 days for just £1 via this link and it's worth noting that as all E/W Leader payments are handled via Clickbank, a full 60-day, no-quibble, money-back guarantee is offered.

(Personally, I'd take the 10 E/W Leader days for £1 and then the annual option, safe in the knowledge I can cancel and get my money back if it wasn't right for me!)

And now to the wider picture of the current reviews...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI Reviewer
Cleeve Racing £658.45 (at day 43) 43 -£145.25 Click Here 29.39% Iain
Each Way Hits £302.99 (at day 57) 57 £73.00 Click Here 52.69% Iain
E/W Leader £252.43 (at day 60) 60 £0.00 Click Here 39.44% Ray
JB Racing Tips £225.63 (at day 9) 9 £225.63 Click Here 90.25% TBC
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £123.25 (at day 14) 14 -£88.45 Click Here n/a David
Betting Mastermind £114.30 (at day 60) 60 £23.70 Click Here n/a James
Loves Racing £104.00 (at day 11) 11 £0.00 Click Here 14.25% Barry
15 Point Plan £18.52 (at day 60) 60 £117.00 Click Here 0.71% Ernest
The Racing Tipster -£1.58 (at day 45) 45 -£15.12 Click Here -0.20% Barry
Draw Master -£156.50 (at day 60) 60 -£93.10 Click Here -4.56% Ray
Race Reader -£312.17 (at day 33) 33 -£181.50 Click Here -47.30% Ernest

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

Now, that's a pretty mixed set of results over the last fortnight, but one I do think might be worth keeping an eye on until my next report is our latest addition to the trial zone : JB Racing Tips.

They have got off to a flyer with 9 winners from 21 (42.9% SR) producing over £225 profit at an ROI of over 90%! Such returns probably aren't sustainable, but if you check out our review, you'll be able to see how it pans out!

And that's it from me for this week. Sorry if I went on about the E/W Leader a bit, but I do think it's one worth adding to your portfolio this spring.

Chris

More hit than miss…

...is the simplest way of describing the performance of our trials over the last three weeks (I was away last week), as can now be seen in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 10/04/2018. 

Of our dozen active reviews, 5 of them made a combined profit of £637.00, whilst the other seven handed £516.52 of that money back to the bookies, so hypothetically if someone was using our trial services as a betting portfolio, they'd now be £120.48 better off over the past three weeks.

What this means is that now 8 of the 12 are in profit and across all twelve the imaginary portfolio is worth £1377.66, which is very good, but is skewed by a quartet of higher earners as I'll show in our "league table" a little further down this page.

Since my last roundup (post-Chelts but pre-Easter), five of our twelve triallists have posted triple digit results ie they've made or lost more than £100, with three of them doing so to profit. Those three (in ascending order of profit) are...

Bronze - Racing Excellence 5f Lays who managed to find 8 losers from 9 lays (88.89% SR) enabling their progressive staking plan to earn them £133.51, as listed here in David Sutton's review.

Silver - goes to the consistently good Cleeve Racing who (as shown here in Iain MacMillan's review) had 5 winners from 12 selections (41.67% SR) on their way to adding another £180.25 to their bottom line at a massive ROI of some 75.1%. To be honest, this strike rate & ROI actually make Cleeve Racing my top performer over the last three weeks, but in pure monetary terms, they were only beaten by...

Gold - The 15 Point Plan whose £232.87 profit over the last three weeks represented a 26.95% return on stakes invested and came via an 18.56% strike rate after hitting 18 winners from 97 picks. Sadly (as you'll see shortly) this might not be enough for them to get a positive verdict from Ernest Anthony's review, which is right here.

And the pair of £100-plus losses?

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Well, it was a pretty woeful time for both Racing Excellence VIP Bets and the Race Reader service. James Cross' review of the former shows just 5 winners from 26 (19.23% SR) for a loss of £111.62 or 45.26% of stakes (the issue here being the odds of the winners not covering the losses, as the SR was OK).

And in a complete role reversal, reviewer Ernest Anthony who is overseeing our highest earner this time around, is also tasked with reporting on the "winner" of this roundup's wooden spoon, as the Race Reader service failed to find a single winner from 13 selections, losing some £190.00 along the way. Ernest's review make pretty grim reading right now, I'm afraid!

So how does this affect the overall picture...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £803.70 (at day 33) 33 £180.25 Click Here 44.15%
E/W Leader £252.43 (at day 56) 56 -£33.50 Click Here 40.71%
Each Way Hits £229.99 (at day 40) 40 £47.87 Click Here 54.11%
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £211.70 (at day 10) 10 £133.51 Click Here n/a
Loves Racing £104.00 (at day 11) 11 £42.50 Click Here 14.25%
Betting Mastermind £90.60 (at day 56) 56 -£56.70 Click Here n/a
The Racing Tipster £13.54 (at day 33) 33 -£52.46 Click Here 2.42%
Racing Excellence Best Bets £5.90 (at day 60) 60 -£11.64 Click Here 1.01%
Racing Excellence VIP Bets -£41.65 (at day 60) 60 -£111.62 Click Here -1.40%
Draw Master -£63.40 (at day 48) 48 -£60.60 Click Here -2.39%
15 Point Plan -£98.48 (at day 56) 56 £232.87 Click Here -4.05%
Race Reader -£130.67 (at day 24) 24 -£190.00 Click Here -29.70%

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

Now, to be honest with you, there's not a great deal of change in that leaderboard since my last roundup. The top three are the same and in the same order and the bottom two from last time have just moved up a place after our new wooden spoonist fell to the bottom of the table. The table itself is self-explanatory, so I won't patronise you by explaining it, but you do know where I am if something's not clear.

And my post-Easter three to follow (or at least keep an eye on!) are as last time...

  • Cleeve Racing for breaking beyond £800 profit at an excellent ROI at just past the halfway point of their review.
  • E/W Leader for an excellent profit of over 40p in the pound, despite a small setback this time around
  • and Each Way Hits, whose profits are currently running at over 54% of stakes invested.

I'm not telling you to rush out and sign up to any just now, but if you were interested in adding something new to your portfolio, you could do a lot worse than one, two or even all three of those I've singled out.

If you've any questions about my three eye-catchers, any of the other nine trials or just any other product you might have seen/heard of you know where I am! Otherwise I'll sign off here.

Thanks for reading, I'm back in a fortnight.

Chris

Predominantly positive post-Prestbury Park

...is an alliterative way of describing the fortunes of our triallists in the three weeks since my last roundup. I assumed you'd all be far more interested in Matt's excellent festival coverage than you'd be in my review report!

So, now the buzz has died down somewhat, here is the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 20/03/2018. 

I'll keep my ramblings to a minimum, as the facts and figures below tend to speak for themselves, but as my headline intimates, it has been a pretty good period for virtually all of the services currently on trial with ten of the dozen showing profit over the last three weeks.

And our three-weekly top three looks like this...

  1. Cleeve Racing made an excellent £331.95 profit at an ROI of some 73.8% courtesy of 12 winning bets from 31 selections (38.7% SR), which are all listed right here.
  2.  Next best financially was Loves Racing, whose £198.50 profit actually came at a much better ROI of 116.8% and a glance at their review show this came from hitting 2 winners from 10 bets (20% SR)
  3.  And our top three is completed by Each Way Hits, who added another £130.00 to their bottom line at an ROI of 96.3% after 4 winners from 13 (30.8% SR) and once again, you can see every selection right here.

In fact backing every selection from each of our dozen triallists would have seen you bank almost £700.00 over the last three weeks, as documented right here in...

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...the latest Geegeez reviews league table...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £623.45 (at day 29) 29 £331.95 Click Here 39.46%
E/W Leader £285.93 (at day 41) 41 £127.13 Click Here 60.84%
Each Way Hits £182.12 (at day 28) 28 £130.00 Click Here 61.74%
Betting Mastermind £147.30 (at day 38) 38 £28.40 Click Here n/a
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £78.19 (at day 4) 4 £39.83 Click Here n/a
Racing Excellence VIP Bets £69.97 (at day 54) 54 £26.57 Click Here 2.60%
The Racing Tipster £66.00 (at day 19) 19 £101.00 Click Here 23.57%
Loves Racing £61.50 (at day 7) 7 £198.50 Click Here 11.39%
Race Reader £59.33 (at day 14) 14 £16.00 Click Here 23.73%
Racing Excellence Best Bets £17.54 (at day 53) 53 -£15.02 Click Here 3.40%
Draw Master -£2.80 (at day 29) 29 £33.60 Click Here -0.19%
15 Point Plan -£331.35 (at day 36) 36 -£258.50 Click Here -21.11%

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

Now, that table is pretty self explanatory, so I'm not going to patronise you by going into it it too much detail, other than to suggest that only one of them really looks like they're struggling and even then, they've still got ample time left in the 60-day review period to make a comeback.

And my pre-Easter three to follow (or at least keep an eye on!) are...

  • Cleeve Racing for breaking beyond £600 profit before the halfway point of their review.
  • E/W Leader for their consistency coupled with an excellent ROI of over 60%
  • and Each Way Hits, who are also racking their profits up at a rate north of 60p in the pound.

I'm not telling you to rush out and sign up to any just now, but if you were interested in adding something new to your portfolio, you could do a lot worse than one, two or even all three of those I've singled out.

My next report will be after Easter, so I hope you and your families have a good one and if you need me, you know where I am!

Chris

Two out of three ain’t bad…

...according to the profusely-sweating overweight warbler Meat Loaf. So if 66.6% isn't bad, then 75% must be pretty good and that's the ratio of success currently being achieved by the services featured in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 27/02/2018. 

In short, 9 of our 12 featured services made money over the last fortnight, but the overall standings can only match Mr Loaf with 8 of the 12 in profit since the start of their time with us.

The nine fortnightly money makers amassed some £404.36 between them with the top three earners as follows...

  • 3rd place went to Each Way Hits, whose £59.12 profit came at an ROI of some 53.7% after hitting four successful bets from just ten selections (40% SR)
  • our fortnightly runner-up was the Racing Excellence VIP Bets, who more than overturned their prior losses by adding £105.21 to their bottom line. This came via 20 winners from 73 bets (27.4% SR) producing an ROI of 15.4%.
  • and top billing goes to....(drum roll, please)...The 15 Point Plan who went from last fortnight's biggest loser to this fortnight's biggest earner! They're still in the red, mind you, but 13 winners from 64 (20.3% SR) for £116.15 (+20% ROI) profit over the past two weeks puts them in a far healthier position as they approach the half way point of their review.

As for the losers, there was just the three as I alluded to earlier and with a combined deficit of just £128.90, there's no real drama/cause for concern at their fortnightly results in isolation, nor in the overall picture, which you'll see in a moment.

For the record, E/W Leader lost £30.50, Draw Master lost £36.40 and the wooden spoon went to Loves Racing for their loss of £62.00, but they're not in any real trouble, as can be seen...

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...in the latest league table...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £291.50 (at day 23) 23 £15.00 Click Here 25.79%
E/W Leader £158.80 (at day 27) 27 -£30.50 Click Here 48.12%
Betting Mastermind £118.90 (at day 23) 23 £30.20 Click Here n/a
Each Way Hits £52.12 (at day 15) 15 £59.12 Click Here 32.57%
Racing Excellence VIP Bets £43.40 (at day 37) 37 £105.21 Click Here 2.24%
Race Reader £43.33 (at day 5) 5 £43.33 Click Here 61.90%
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £38.36 (at day 2) 2 £19.36 Click Here n/a
Racing Excellence Best Bets £32.56 (at day 36) 36 £0.99 Click Here 9.44%
The Racing Tipster -£35.00 (at day 12) 12 £15.00 Click Here -21.87%
Draw Master -£36.40 (at day 9) 9 -£36.40 Click Here -9.33%
15 Point Plan -£72.85 (at day 18) 18 £116.15 Click Here -9.03%
Loves Racing -£74.50 (at day 4) 4 -£62.00 Click Here -37.03%

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

Now, that's a far healthier looking table than the one I brought you a fortnight ago with some solid steady performances at the top end backed up by a couple of promising recent additions and if pushed to steer you in any direction...

...my three to keep an eye on...

  • Race Reader for their excellent opening salvo that has produced an ROI of 61.9% and every selection comes backed by an extensive write-up
  • Cleeve Racing for their table topping profits achieved at a decent ROI
  • and the E/W Leader for their consistency coupled with an excellent ROI.

The ROI is the truest indication of a service's success and these three are producing excellent percentages right now. Join me in a fortnight's time to see if that's still the case.

All the very best,

Chris

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

Out with the old, in with the new…

...is the best way of describing the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 30/01/2018. 

We had three services come to the end of the road in my last update with Top Rated Runners, from the Betting Gods portfolio proving to be the pick of the three (there are still spaces available for this one, just click their name for details), so I've added four new reviews, which have all shown a profit early doors.

We'll be saying goodbye to at least one more triallist over the next fortnight and I've already got another three products ready to go, so my next bulletin will have a fresh complexion to it.

There's not actually a lot to say about the past fortnight, though, if I'm honest. The four newbies have all started well enough, but it's far too early to talk them up just yet, so we might as well cut straight to...

...the current state of play...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £316.50 (at day 16) 16 -£45.00 Click Here 39.07%
Horse Racing Network £212.55 (at day 59) 59 -£64.70 Click Here 7.46%
Racing Excellence VIP Bets £187.71 (at day 9) 9 £187.71 Click Here 41.44%
E/W Leader £66.15 (at day 8) 8 £66.15 Click Here 60.14%
Racing Excellence Best Bets £39.46 (at day 9) 9 £39.46 Click Here 53.61%
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £19.00 (at day 1) 1 £19.00 Click Here n/a
First Class Fancies (WP) £13.90 (at day 39) 39 £0.00 Click Here 1.17%
Flat Flyers (WP) -£115.70 (at day 32) 32 £0.00 Click Here -22.25%

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

Now, all that should be fairly self-explanatory, but if not, just ask!

Hopefully there's be more meat on the bones for us to chew over next time around, when I return in a fortnight.

Chris

One hit, two misses, a blast from the past…

...plus details of two special offers all come together as the backbone of the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 16/01/2018. 

The hit?

Top Rated Runners, from the Betting Gods portfolio ended their trial with a 27.1% strike rate and a 15.4% ROI, prompting our reviewer Barry Gill to say..."It's been a steady performer and worth adding to your portfolio, so I am giving it a score of 4/5"... The full trial is right here and I'll have more to say on this one further down the page.

The misses?

Despite ending their trials in profit and showing signs of promise, we were unable to recommend either of Tom's Racing Picks or FA Racing, as their final profit figures only represented 0.97% & 0.40% ROI respectively, meaning that they wouldn't cover subscription fees adequately to be viable. We'll continue to monitor these offline, though and I'll keep you informed of their progress. Meanwhile, links to both reviews are below in our "league table".

The blast from the past?

Well, that would be the Racing Consultants service. We've actually reviewed this twice already, back in 2014 (when it made over £1000 in a 60-day trial : details here) and again in 2015 (when it made over £1000 again! : details here).

This is one of the very few commercial services that I follow with my own money and last year alone, they made 190pts profit at an ROI of 19% and I was speaking to Steve, the vendor, last week and he has agreed to give Geegeez readers a half price deal!

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So, click here to get involved at £19.99 for your first month or £59.99 for your first quarter or email me/comment below for further info.

And the other offer?

That comes from current triallist Cleeve Racing (who, as you'll see below, are absolutely flying!), who normally charge £40 per month for their excellent service. However, for a short time, they are cutting the first month to just £10 for Geegeez readers signing up via this link.

Now, the fortnightly overview...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £361.50 (at day 14) 14 £112.00 Click Here 50.20%
Horse Racing Network £277.25 (at day 46) 46 £234.25 Click Here 13.08%
Top Rated Runners £132.43 (at day 60) 60 £33.60 Click Here 15.43%
Tom's Racing Picks £22.92 (at day 60) 60 -£51.75 Click here 0.97%
First Class Fancies (WP) £13.90 (at day 39) 39 £139.92 Click Here 1.17%
FA Racing £12.96 (at day 60) 60 £70.83 Click Here 0.40%
Flat Flyers (WP) -£115.70 (at day 32) 32 -£40.00 Click Here -22.25%

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

Now, with the exception of one service, that's not a bad picture at all. The afore-mentioned Cleeve Racing lead the way on terms of both Cash profit and ROI and they're the most selective of our current triallists. They only bet on Class 1 & 2 racing, they offer a full reasoning behind every bet and even analyse some races before coming to a "no bet" conclusion.

The rest of the "league table" is fairly self-explanatory, so I'm not going to go over it in detail (I am, of course, more than happy to answer any queries, so just ask!)

So, finally, a reminder...

If you're looking to expand/enhance your portfolio, you could do a lot worse than Racing Consultants and/or Cleeve Racing. I think both are excellent value at full price, so I believe that taking up their offers is a no brainer!

So, if you're happy to take my word for it, click here for the Cleeve Racing offer and/or click here for the Racing Consultants offer. If you need more details, just ask!

All the best,
Chris

Tom’s Turn To Top The Table…

...after coming a close second last time out, as is now documented in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 02/01/2018. 

I'm talking about Tom's Racing Picks whose profit of over £163 for the fortnight wasn't quite enough to secure top spot in my pre-Christmas roundup, but they have managed to provide the best results of our triallists over the festive period, adding another £141.78 to their bottom line. So, with over £300 profit in the last four weeks, they've hauled themselves out of the red and look to be in fine form. Each and selection is, of course, set out here in James' review.

It was a similar story for Horse Racing Network, who also pulled themselves out of the red courtesy of £78.00 profit over the last 14 days, making the second half of their trial look a little more hopeful than it seemed last time. Ray is reviewing this one for us and his report can be found right here.

Elsewhere, there were modest gains for FA RacingFirst Class Fancies and Top Rated Runners who added £99 profit to the banks between them, whilst just two services lost money over Christmas & New Year, with both Cleeve Racing and Flat Flyers (WP) losing the same sum of £30.00. Links to all the reviews, highlighting every result, can be found in our updated "league table"...

...which is right here...

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System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £249.50 (at day 12) 12 -£30.00 Click Here 43.77%
Top Rated Runners £98.83 (at day 52) 52 £23.23 Click Here 12.53%
Tom's Racing Picks £74.67 (at day 52) 52 £141.78 Click here 3.70%
Horse Racing Network £43.00 (at day 33) 33 £78.00 Click Here 3.31%
FA Racing -£57.87 (at day 50) 50 £52.38 Click Here -2.22%
Flat Flyers (WP) -£75.70 (at day 29) 29 -£30.00 Click Here -15.77%
First Class Fancies (WP) -£126.02 (at day 28) 28 £23.45 Click Here -13.55%

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

Now, as you can see, there are no real outstanding results there from either a negative or positive outlook, other than I suppose, the opening shots fired by Cleeve Racing, who despite the recent small loss have already put some decent money on the board.

I actually like this service a lot. They don't put up bets every day, they only bet in the better races and offer a full reasoning behind every bet. They also offer write-ups on races they've not even made a selection in, so that you can be pointed towards a shortlist of possibles.

Cleeve Racing is run by people who seem to really know their stuff and at £40 per month (or substantially less for longer subscriptions), you could do a lot worse this winter. If you want to read more about this service, click here to visit their site.

Other than that, all that's left for me to do today is to wish you all a very happy New Year on behalf of myself, my excellent review team and all at geegeez!

All the best for 2018,
Chris

Tom’s Rival Top Rated Takes Top Ranking…

...in a terrible tongue-twisting tale of the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 19/12/2017. Awful alliteration aside (stop it now!), the basic story of the past fortnight is that two services stood out from the crowd.

Quite often, the £163.23 profit secured by Tom's Racing Picks could well be enough for them to take top spot in the fortnightly profit list, but despite hitting 11 winners from 41 (26.8% SR) and making that £163.23 at an ROI of 41.5% (full details right here), it wasn't quite enough to hit the summit this time.

It did, however, allow them to clear some 70% of their previous losses, enabling them to approach the final quarter of their trial in fine form and with a chance of finishing in profit.

That top spot, however, went to another service who had struggled previously and were over £110 in the red at the halfway point of their trial in my last roundup a fortnight ago. However, Top Rated Runners finally clicked into gear over the past couple of weeks, hitting 11 winners from just 22 selections (50% SR) and recording profits of £186.75 at an phenomenal ROI of some 122.5%.

Those results have taken them out of the red and they are now in a n excellent position approaching their final quarter of the trial, which we've catalogued right here.

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As for our other handful of featured services, there were no real triumphs nor disasters, as you'll see very shortly and is evidenced by the fact that between them there was just a small £16 profit over the two weeks.

And now, the updated "leaderboard"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £279.50 (at day 6) 6 £68.00 Click Here 84.69%
Top Rated Runners £75.60 (at day 42) 42 £186.75 Click Here 11.00%
Horse Racing Network -£35.00 (at day 22) 22 -£55.00 Click Here -3.98%
Flat Flyers (WP) -£45.70 (at day 27) 27 -£10.00 Click Here -10.16%
Tom's Racing Picks -£67.11 (at day 42) 42 £163.23 Click here -4.03%
FA Racing -£110.25 (at day 38) 38 £0.75 Click Here -5.64%
First Class Fancies (WP) -£149.47 (at day 23) 23 £12.54 Click Here -18.23%

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

Now, as it was a fortnight ago, that table still doesn't look too pretty, unless red's your colour or you're a layer and sadly, I'm in neither camp! But if we are to accentuate the positive, as I always strive to do, we should look at the revivals of Top Rated Runners and Tom's Racing Picks, whilst also noticing that 5 of our 7 triallists moved in the right direction this time around.

How they'll fare over the tricky festive period is anyone's guess, of course, but you'll be able to find out in my next report, scheduled for Wednesday 3rd January, so until then, I'd like to take this opportunity of wishing all of you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Prosperous New Year from all the review team here at Geegeez.

Chris 

Off to a flyer, as other falter…

...pretty much sums up the state of the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 05/12/2017. The latest service to come on board for trial, Cleeve Racing has got off to a flyer, but the overall picture (which you'll see further down the page) doesn't look very good at all.

Over the last fortnight, our 8 active reviews showed a combined loss of £115.67 with three making money and five losing out.

And the winners were?

Well, top of the pile is the afore-mentioned Cleeve Racing, who had three winners from six selections for a profit of some £211.50 at an ROI of over 160%, which is a cracking start to their review. This one focuses purely on Class 1 & 2 racing, so won't have as many selections as some services but we prefer quality to quantity!

Tom's Racing Picks managed to claw back some £70 of the previous fortnight's losses, but at the halfway point of this trial, they've still got plenty to do just to get back to parity.

And the only other service to make money was another recent addition, the Horse Racing Network service, who had an up and down sort of first fortnight, starting off like a house on fire, landing three winners from their first six picks, but a quick glance at their review shows just 2 winners from 35 since has levelled things out and the final tally for this one is a £20 profit over the fortnight.

And the losers?

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Well, there were a handful with the worst offenders being First Class Fancies (WP) who lost another £40.00 on top of previous losses (full details here), whilst Top Rated Runners also sank further into the red with additional losses of £58.50 and our review shows how this unfolded.

The fortnightly wooden spoon, however, goes to FA Racing, who followed up an excellent 1st quarter (+£167.75) with a horror show over the last fortnight, losing some £278.75 and they now approach "half-time" of their trial with a deficit of over £110...

...as can be seen in the updated "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review
Cleeve Racing £211.50 (at day 2) 2 £211.50 Click Here
Horse Racing Network £20.00 (at day 11) 11 £20.00 Click Here
Flat Flyers (WP) -£35.70 (at day 26) 26 -£30.00 Click Here
FA Racing -£111.00 (at day 27) 27 -£278.75 Click Here
Top Rated Runners -£111.15 (at day 30) 30 -£58.50 Click Here
First Class Fancies (WP) -£162.01 (at day 22) 22 -£40.00 Click Here
Tom's Racing Picks -£230.34 (at day 31) 31 £70.08 Click here
Platinum Winners -£331.24 (at day 60) 60 -£10.00 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.

Now, as I mentioned at the top of the page, that table doesn't look pretty at all, unless you're a fan of the colour red! There's really not much for me to say about that above, that you can't work out for yourself, but if you've any queries about any service, just ask!

One that I would like to mention is a service we reviewed a while ago : the GreatBets service. We actually reviewed GreatBets this time last year (that review is right here) and in 60 betting days, the trial showed a profit of over £710.00 and our reviewer, David Sutton, gave it a glowing recommendation!

Well, the GreatBets service has continued to deliver over the course of 2017, and the results for the not yet completed final quarter of the year are looking very good indeed. Since 1st October, GreatBets have advised 217 bets for total stakes of 279.5pts at £10/point. 72 winners (33.18% SR) have yielded profits of 86.81pts at an ROI of just over 31%, so it's safe to say, they're still doing very well.

You can sign up or find more details about this one right here or to view David's original review, click here. Martin Wilkins, who runs the GreatBets service is very amenable and quick to answer queries, so if you were thinking of treating yourself to a Christmas service subscription, you could do worse than GreatBets.

So, until next time, thanks for reading and you know where I am, if you need me!

Chris

Another Two Pass The Test…

...according to our reviewers whose live trials have just ended and now feature in the  Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 21/11/2017.

First up is Back & Win (Fire & Forget), which might admittedly not be everyone's cup of tea, as it uses a progressive staking system to back favourites with a view to making 1pt a day. To simplify it for you, a 0.5pts on a 2/1 shot could be bet 1 and if it wins you're done for the day. If it loses, you need to make 1.5pts from bet 2 (the 1pt target and the 0.5pts you just lost) and if this bet is also at 2/1, your stake is therefore 0.75pts and so on.

During the 60 days of our review (which is right here), there were thankfully no losing days and 60pts were banked. The only potential clouds on the horizon for me were (i) the size of bet that might be required if three or four losers happened on a day before the winner came and then ultimately (ii) how much a losing day would cost!

Thankfully, we had no losing days and there have only been 7 losing days since August 2015, so any losses would eventually be recouped. If you think this might be for you, click here to sign up! A subscription to Back & Win (Fire & Forget) is priced at £49.00 per month, but is currently offered at half price for the first month. All payments are handled by Clickbank, offering you a 60-day no quibble money back guarantee period.

Our other successful triallist was Back Lucrative, a part of Michael Carr's Win Portfolio (more details on that here). Backed by four full years of solid checkable results, we expected good things from Back Lucrative, so I suppose it's a measure of its previous success that I felt it underperformed slightly with a strike rate of 12.8% producing an ROI of 8.69%.

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Our reviewer however had no prior knowledge of the service and was therefore able to review it blind without any pre-conceived expectations and he was happy to approve it. You can read the full review right here, but he does summarise by saying..."...There were no significant losing runs and some high winning odds was achieved. What I found interesting was due to the results over the review period it one didn't lose faith in the performances of the selections...I believe this is a service worth adding to one's portfolio and award it 5/5"

A subscription to Back Lucrative as part of the Win Portfolio is currently priced at £49.00 per month or £299 for a whole year, offering annual subscribers almost 50% discount over monthly fees and for those who like to try before they buy...Annual members get the first two weeks for £2.99 via this link, whilst monthly members can take 2 weeks for £4.99 via this link.

And here's how these two services fare against the rest...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £600.00 (at day 60) 60 £20.00 Click Here N/A
Back Lucrative (WP) £183.33 (at day 60) 60 £207.50 Click Here 8.69%
FA Racing £167.75 (at day 15) 15 £167.75 Click Here 19.97%
Flat Flyers (WP) -£5.70 (at day 21) 21 -£20.00 Click Here -1.39%
Top Rated Runners -£52.65 (at day 19) 19 -£89.40 Click Here -14.75%
First Class Fancies (WP) -£122.01 (at day 18) 18 £41.30 Click Here -15.85%
Tom's Racing Picks -£300.42 (at day 18) 18 -£294.00 Click here -42.61%
Platinum Winners -£321.24 (at day 59) 59 £104.77 Click Here -26.77%
Target Tips -£570.03 (at day 51) 51 -£774.89 Click Here -16.19%

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

Now, it doesn't take much to work out that apart from the two successfully completed trials that the past fortnight has been difficult for tipsters, a feeling I know to my own personal cost, of course! That said, FA Racing have got themselves off to a good start rattling up a 22% strike rate for a yield of almost 20%, so I'll be keeping an eye on that one. If you'd like to follow it too, the review is right here.

And that's pretty much it for another Wednesday morning!

Thanks for reading,
Chris

Two Good, too Bad…

...is the verdict on four trials that have just ended and now feature in the  Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 07/11/2017.

Two of them made a massive £3474.89 between them, whilst the other pair shed an fairly eye-watering £1224 between them! To break those numbers down further...

Here are the winners...

Top of the pile isn't a surprise to regular readers of this column as Max's Sports Spread Betting added yet another £907.60 profit to their bottom line during the last 11 days of their trial, which was by far the best result since my last roundup and also propelled their total profit under review to just shy of £2500 in 60 days from a strike rate of over 52%!

Spread betting isn't for everyone, granted, but at a modest £2 per point nominal stake, the final profit amounts to some 1247.55pts, which is quite phenomenal. David Sutton's review of this one is right here for you to check how the money was made. This review only ended on Monday, so a full overview hasn't been completed yet, but it's one I highly recommend!

Monthly subscriptions are charged at £25 a month, but if during any monthly period of your subscription, the selections do not make at least 25 points profit, there will be a FULL refund issued. This will, of course, continue until 25 points profit have been made in a monthly period.

Payments are handled via Clickbank, so there's added security there and if you'd like to sign up to the Sports Spread Betting email service Click here to proceed.

Under normal circumstances, the final review profit of £979.79 at an ROI in excess of 30% would have easily made Pinnacle Racing Tips our headline act, but it's rare that we have two outstanding services come to a conclusion around the same time! That doesn't mean, however, that this should be regarded as 2nd best, as that would be like comparing apples and onions.

Pinnacle Racing Tips is also slightly different to your average racing "tipping" service, as it specialises in multiple bets ie Doubles, Trebles, Trixies etc as opposed to the usual straight win singles offered by most of its rivals. When I first heard of this, I expected high returns from the winning bets, but thought those wins would be few and far between.

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As it happens, James Cross' review shows a strike rate in excess of 39% and he concludes his final summary by adding "...I would recommend this as a good addition to any portfolio and would score it 4/5..." Having had my interest raised from day 1 by seeing something a little different, I've kept a close eye on this one and I agree with James : it's a service I'm also happy to recommend.

And as an added bonus, Geegeez readers can take the first month of Pinnacle Racing Tips for just £1.00 via this link. 

I'll have more information for you about these two over the coming days, but I should also alert you to...

...two that failed the test!

The aim of a laying service is to find horses that won't win. So to hit 37 race winners from just 89 selections isn't going to play out well and that was certainly the case for Sequence Lays, who contrived to lose over £516 during the course of their 60-day trial. David's review lists all the selections and results for you if you wanted to check them out, but it's probably left well alone.

And with an even bigger final deficit comes the much discussed/maligned Rod's Runners, whose final result showed a loss of £707.96 and there's very little I can add in the way of positivity about this one. It has the classic hallmark of loss-chasing and by the end of our trial (details here), it did look like he was just sticking 20 longshots up in the hope that if he threw enough sh*t at the wall, some would stick.

The crazy thing about Rod's Runners is that those losses aren't as huge as they look, when they only represent 7.1% of all stakes, so had he been more selective with the number of selections, he could well have made a profit.

And now, the full overview of the current state of play...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Sports Spread Betting £2,495.10 (at day 60) 60 £907.60 Click Here N/A
Pinnacle Racing Tips £979.79 (at day 60) 60 -£349.58 Click Here 30.41%
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £580.00 (at day 58) 58 £130.00 Click Here N/A
Target Tips £204.86 (at day 51) 51 £69.64 Click Here 7.82%
Top Rated Runners £36.75 (at day 7) 7 £36.75 Click Here 27.84%
Flat Flyers (WP) £14.30 (at day 21) 21 -£17.75 Click Here 3.67%
Tom's Racing Picks -£6.42 (at day 6) 6 -£6.42 Click here -3.01%
Back Lucrative (WP) -£24.17 (at day 51) 51 -£135.00 Click Here -1.46%
First Class Fancies (WP) -£163.31 (at day 16) 16 -£36.03 Click Here -21.77%
Platinum Winners -£426.01 (at day 49) 49 -£18.81 Click Here -42.60%
Sequence Lays -£516.04 (at day 60) 60 £104.10 Click Here N/A
Rod's Runners -£707.96 (at day 60) 60 £67.00 Click Here -7.10%

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

Now, I'm not going to repeat what I said earlier about our top two, nor our bottom two for that matter, as I'm sure you know my feelings about the four. I will, of course, expand upon my thoughts about the two big winners in due course, but that's for another day.

You know where I am if you've system/service related queries, so send me a quick email if you've a question. Failing that, i'm back in a fortnight with more!

Thanks for reading,
Chris