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Duncan Robbins Racing Review

Duncan Robbins Racing is a horse racing tipster service provided by The Betting Gods. It uses an analytical approach to making selections.

What does the product offer?

Duncan Robbins Racing sends out its selections to users via email no later than around 10 or 11 am, 7 days a week. The Betting Gods say that there will be a maximum of 2 selections per day with, whilst all selections are back to win. Duncan Robbins Racing has a flat staking system of 2 points in place which makes Duncan Robbins Racing a great prospect for newbies to tipster services. The Betting Gods claim that Duncan Robbins Racing has been able to produce a 28.06% strike rate.

How does the product work?

Although it isn’t covered in any great detail, Duncan Robbins Racing would appear to draw on the knowledge of the tipster (with The Betting Gods claiming that he has had 10 years of experience making an income from horse racing betting). As well as this he system uses what is described as a hybrid approach of form analysis, trends and statistics.

What is the initial investment?

The first month for Value Racing Tips is available on a trial basis for just £4.95 with this cost going up to either £7.95 weekly, £24.95 monthly or £59.95 quarterly. As Value Racing Tips is sold through ClickBank there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

Duncan Robbins Racing has produced a profit of £399.60 using stakes of £10 since January 2014. This means £128.40 per month up to March and a 38.52% return on your capital.


Duncan Robbins Racing isn’t going to make you any substantial income but as a way of earning a little bit extra each month there are worse ways of investing your money. The fact that it is one of The Betting Gods products is reassuring as their £4.95 trial and 60 day money back guarantee mean you will never be left too out of pocket.

These are the driving factors for which I would say it’s definitely worth giving Duncan Robbins Racing a go.



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From: Simon Roberts