A Jump Too Far is a horse racing lay betting system and tipster service by Paul Fowlie and marketed through Sportsworld Publishing.
What does the product offer?
There are two core components to A Jump Too Far. The first of these is the betting system itself. This comes as a downloadable guide which Paul Fowlie says will generate an average of 20-40 bets per month with this figure increasing during the National Hunt season. All bets for A Jump Too Far are lay bets so an account will be required through a betting exchange (such as Betfair) with average liabilities of 6.6/1 with the average losing lay being around 5/1. Secondly is a tipster service where A Jump Too Far users can subscribe to have Paul Fowlie send selections directly to you.
How does the product work?
As mentioned, A Jump Too Far is a lay betting system which means that essentially you are betting on a horse losing a race. The main principle behind A Jump Too Far is that you can identify which horses will lose momentum during the race and tire. Unfortunately there is not a significant amount of information outside of this.
What is the initial investment?
The downloadable system sells for a one time fee of £95. This cost also comes with 6 months of the tipster service thrown in for free. The tipster service on its own sells for £25 per month or £60 per quarter. Unfortunately there is no money back guarantee in place for A Jump Too Far.
What is the rate of return?
Allegedly, based off the last couple of years, A Jump Too Far has generated a profit of £23,396.50 however this is clearly based off pretty high stakes with some of the individual losses running well over £1000.
I am not exactly blown away by A Jump Too Far although there are some positives to take away. For example, Paul Fowlie has allegedly been using this system for 10 years profitably which is reassuring. Personally though my biggest concern lies in the liabilities that you are potentially opening yourself up to. Without looking too hard, staking 2 points to a 13.5 odds horse. Whilst it is unlikely this is a huge chunk of your bank to lose from a single race. It isn’t even an isolated example either which just makes A Jump Too Far too risky for my liking.