Cromwell Racing is an email based horse racing tipster service offered by Sportsworld Publishing providing selective tips to subscribers.
What does the product offer?
Cromwell Racing offers subscribers their selections (up to six per day) directly via email for horse races across the UK and Ireland. All bets that Cromwell Racing offers are win or each way with stakes that vary from 1 point all the way up to 5 points. Selections are not released in a single go as per most services due to the way that Cromwell Racing works (something I shall look at below).
How does the product work?
In the promotional material for Cromwell Racing, Sportsworld Publishing refer to a list of contacts that the (unnamed) tipsters behind the service have in place. They then talk about knowing the exact circumstances behind the race which is indicative to me that Cromwell Racing is a service that relies heavily on a network of informants.
What is the initial investment?
There are two subscription types available for Cromwell Racing. The first is monthly and comes in at £60 per month, the second option is six monthly and costs £299 per period. There is no mention of any money back guarantee so I would take this to mean that there isn’t anything in place.
What is the rate of return?
At the time of writing Cromwell Racing has allegedly produced 27 points in profit for October with an additional profit of around 169 points for July through to September.
The results shown are hugely positive however I am not so sold on the price of Cromwell Racing. The service looks pretty solid but for £60 per month there are a number of services which have been around for a lot longer that produce similar results. Whilst Sportsworld Publishing are keen to market Cromwell Racing as a huge deal, proofing only goes back 3 months and one of those was a loss of 15 points. There is definitely potential in Cromwell Racing, however I would wait a few months longer to see a longer term picture, especially because of the price.