This month’s figures are a bit .. misleading and skewed when it comes to our football tipsters. If you’re aware, at the beginning of the month April, we essentially halved our horse racing portfolio while doubling our football ones, thinking that was a great idea.
Here we are, halfway through April and no real idea about how our various tipsters have been performing — I kid, I kid! — I have some general idea. The week wasn’t amazing by any stretch of the imagination. All in all, it was a
I’m a bit delayed with this, but here it is — our March roundup. We started the month over-confident in two services in combination with not really realising we were staking too high for our comfort level. Yeah — you’ll know it when it happens:
So, as it turns out, we started the week being overall in the negative slightly. Yeah, there’s something for you to consider. Ouch! As you can see however, the week hasn’t ended that way, with a nice graph going mostly only upwards. Overpriced came in
Good afternoon to you all! A delayed post from me, but no excuses — let’s get going! We had a great start to the week, with a drop toward the end. Would the results be different were every tipster on the same stake per point?
The fourth and final day of Cheltenham saw us not do as well as the previous days. Matt of The Betting Source landed us Blow By Blow in the Jockey’s Handicap Hurdle while Elite Betting Syndicate landed us Native River, beating Might Bite in the Gold
When one tipster falls behind, another picks up the reins — that described our third day of Cheltenham. First race of the day at Cheltenham saw us land Shattered Love which was a pleasure to watch. Our generally most consistent performing horse tipster just didn’t