Final Furlong Racing is a brand new horse racing tipster service which is operated by Eric Jarvis. He claims to have made a very decent amount of money through horse racing over the last 12 months.
Introduction Final Furling Racing
I love a good headline, but it has been a while since I have seen something that is unique enough to be quoted. Fortunately, this has all changed with Final Furlong Racing. Immediately under the logo reads the following:
“Warning: This controversial website may be upsetting to a few misguided readers who’ve been deceived, mislead and sold betting systems that promise the world but deliver nothing.”
I don’t like to think that I’m misguided, but I have certainly seen a large number of betting systems that I believe have been created to deceive and mislead. I have also seen literally hundreds that promise the world but deliver nothing.
Following this up, Eric Jarvis says that by following Final Furlong Racing you can expect things like getting “Instant Floods Of Cash On Demand” and making “Five Figure Profits With No Effort At All”. Given that Eric Jarvis is keen to call out other questionable betting systems, Final Furlong Racing should all be above board… Right? Let’s dive in and have a look.
What Does Final Furlong Racing Offer?
According to the sales material, Eric Jarvis offers a hell of a lot with Final Furlong Racing, but I would rather be in the realms of realism than fantasy and as such, I will try to stick to the more objective things. This means that you can expect a daily horse racing tipster service.
Selections are sent out directly to Final Furlong Racing subscribers via email. All that you have to do Eric Jarvis says, is place your bets (taking just 4 minutes) and claim your profits at the end of the day.
In terms of the bets themselves, Final Furlong Racing is a win based betting system (there is more to say about this that I will get to later). The volume of bets is usually pretty small and doesn’t appear to get over 4 bets or so in a given day.
The odds are somewhat varied but Eric Jarvis clearly isn’t targeting long shots from what I have seen. Final Furlong Racing is very much middle of the road in many regards.
There is a staking plan of sorts in place for Final Furlong Racing however I am rather disappointed in it for a number of reasons that I will get to. Essentially, Eric Jarvis sends out information with the bets about how many points you should be staking.
There is however no explanation of apparent reasoning behind any of this. The amount that you stake per point however is entirely up to you Eric Jarvis says in the sales material for Final Furlong Racing. You can bet with just £1 or as much as you like. This rather flippant approach concerns me.
Lastly, I want to talk about the strike rate for Final Furlong Racing, or more specifically, the lack thereof. It is very interesting to me that despite supposedly having a “Proven Track Record For The Past 72 Months”, there is no proofing provided. This definitely sets alarm bells ringing as well as making it impossible to try and gauge any future results.
How Does Final Furlong Racing Work?
Eric Jarvis talks a lot about how he has sunk time and money in to a lot of different betting systems. I mean, a lot. In fact, it is pretty much the entire angle that the marketing is built on. He also makes reference on a number of occasions to a secret formula.
He also makes mention of hours of research and testing that has gone into Final Furlong Racing. All of this is clearly designed to sound impressive, and it does to some degree.
It is important to note however that it doesn’t actually tell us anything. I am a strong believer that you should always have an idea of what you are buying into. Unfortunately, in the case of Final Furlong Racing, I simply don’t believe that there is a way of knowing this.
What is the Initial Investment?
If you want to buy into Final Furlong Racing there is only one option which is available. This is to sign up to the service for a whole year. Eric Jarvis isn’t however asking for a lot of money for this.
The subscription fee to receive 12 months of selections stands at just £52. It is also worth noting that because Final Furlong Racing is sold through Clickbank, this does come with a full 60 day money back guarantee. Something which to be fair to Eric Jarvis, he openly advertises.
What is the Rate of Return?
Over the last 12 months, Eric Jarvis claims that his Final Furlong Racing selections have brought in £35,988.23. This is a massive claim however there are a number of issues that I have with this. First of all, we aren’t actually given any context for this profit.
Conceivably, there could have just been 35.98 points of profit to £1,000 stakes. Whilst I accept that this is unlikely to be the case, the lack of proofing, or indeed any tangible information, for Final Furlong Racing casts a lot of doubts in my opinion.
Conclusion on Final Furling Racing
For a 50 year old retired locksmith to break the proverbial betting code the way that Eric Jarvis has supposedly done is really something, and yet, he has supposedly done just that. Final Furlong Racing makes a lot of compelling arguments by drawing on the knowledge that at least some of the people who are reading the marketing material feel hard done by by other tipsters.
Perhaps you invested in a service that went bust, or simply one of the many where tipsters just stop sending out tips. Either way, Eric Jarvis knows this happens and you are his target audience.
Unfortunately, there is no evidence in my book to back up the notion that Final Furlong Racing will not become another one of those same systems. Supposedly the system has been trialled for 72 months but with no proofing? This seems unlikely. Instead, we are treated to some highly questionable testimonials that I can’t really bring myself to consider to be evidence.
What you are left with is a tipster service that talks a lot of talk. Unfortunately for Eric Jarvis, when you start to look into things a little more, it becomes apparent that there is more going on here than that.
A little digging into the service has revealed to me that it is operated by a vendor who has sold a large number of betting systems on Clickbank already this year. 11 if I am being precise. This suggests to me that there is a strong chance one of the same services which are being derided has possibly been sold by the same vendor.
With all of this in mind it is clear to me that Final Furlong Racing just isn’t worth your time or money. I see nothing that suggests that this can be legitimately profitable in the long term. Meanwhile, the evidence to the contrary is, I believe, quite strong.
Yes, Final Furlong Racing is cheap, but not spending a lot of money on something that doesn’t work is still wasting it. There are a number of services out there that are quite genuine. You might pay a little more for them, but you definitely get what you pay for.