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Betting Opportunity Review

Betting Opportunity is a horse racing tipster service provided by Howard Davis-Shaw and his unnamed brother in conjunction with the Betfan group. The focus is on risk managed betting.

What does the product offer?

Betting Opportunity is a horse racing tipster service that specialises in providing daily horse racing tips to subscribers, directly via email. Selections for Betting Opportunity are a combination of longer odd bets (as high as 28/1) and more considered bets. So far for 2014, Betting Opportunity has produced a strike rate in the low 20’s with around 2-3 bets each day. The bets that Howard Davis-Shaw sends out are a combination of singles, doubles and each way bets with stakes that vary from 1 point to 4 points.

How does the product work?

Howard Davis-Shaw says that he and his brother make their selections for Betting Opportunity based around risk and reward with no betting based around emotion or greed. Furthermore, by drawing on their expertise, Howard Davis-Shaw says that Betting Opportunity gains an advantage over the bookmakers. There is also an informants network in place for Betting Opportunity with the longer odds selections coming through this method.

What is the initial investment?

Betting Opportunity is only available on a quarterly or six monthly subscription service. These cost £99 and £149 respectively. Being a Betfan product there is no money back guarantee in place however they do say that they will review requests.

What is the rate of return?

To date Betting Opportunity has made a profit of 375.45 points of profit. It is worth noting however that in this period of time there have been two substantial losing months, it is also worth keeping in mind that this is based off bets that come with some pretty high stakes in some cases.


Betfan are usually pretty decent in their offerings but in the case of Betting Opportunity I am simply not sold. The somewhat erratic staking plan doesn’t instil confidence. Nor do the losing months where almost 100 points have dropped off on 2 occasions. This combined with the fact that you can only tie yourself into a 90 day subscription with no money back guarantee simply isn’t good enough in my book.



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