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Dobbin Day Review

Dobbin Day is a piece of software developed by Nigel Dove. It has been designed to identify and automatically hedge against select horses.

What does the product offer?

Dobbin Day is an allegedly entirely automated system for hedge betting on horse racing, from identifying opportunities to placing the bets involved. Creator Nigel Dove says that this offers a very different strategy to typical betting methods and that ultimately, Dobbin Day will make you more profit than traditional betting services. It is worth mentioning at this point that Dobbin Day is authorised by Betfair and an account will be needed through them to use the software.

How does the product work?

Dobbin Day is all about identifying strong runners during a race with no need to focus on whether they will win or not. This is down to the hedging of bets which put very crudely involves backing a horse to win and then laying the same horse so that you profit either way. This is something that Dobbin Day automatically calculates for you.

What is the initial investment?

The launch for Dobbin Day has seen it broken down into 3 different phases. The early bird phase (which we are currently in) allows you to buy Dobbin Day for £199. The next phase (Launch Phase) will cost £224 and the general release will bump the price up further to £249. If you are unhappy with Dobbin Day you get 10 days to claim a refund.

What is the rate of return?

There isn’t any mention about how much Dobbin Day users can expect to make but looking at the system I don’t think that it will necessarily be a huge amount as Dobbin Day seems to operate on a low risk, low yield philosophy.


I am actually rather impressed with Dobbin Day and developer Nigel Dove. There is no sense of an actor providing video etc. and this is a big contributor to the fact that Dobbin Day feels like it could actually work. The biggest downside lies in the fact that this is an entirely new product and unfortunately Nigel Dove shows no evidence of Dobbin Day working. This might be enough to put some users off, especially given the price tag, but if you want to take a (I feel relatively small) risk, Dobbin Day may prove a good investment.



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From: Simon Roberts