Final Furlong Betting Software Review

Final Furlong Betting Software is a piece of horse racing betting software developed by Garry McGill that he claims will identify and back the most profitable bets.

What does the product offer?

Final Furlong Betting Software is not surprisingly given the name a downloadable piece of betting software that involves backing horses. The software has allegedly been developed by Garry McGill, an alleged former bookie and a team of software developers. Final Furlong Betting Software has been designed to “scrape the most profitable and agreed selections” from a given day, allegedly with a 91% strike rate. According to Garry McGill, placing bets is as simple as selecting a date and stake with the software doing the rest of the work for you. Interestingly (and not mentioned in the sales pitch) is that Final Furlong Betting Software will try and force you to make an account with bookmakers, Winners.

How does the product work?

If you buy into what Garry McGill says, Final Furlong Betting Software draws on a variety of variables including horse age, jockey and trainer, the last 5 race results and the track record on a particular track.

What is the initial investment?

Access to Final Furlong Betting Software is very reasonably priced with Garry McGill charging a one time fee of £28, a massive discount on the claimed RRP of £499, with just 250 copies allegedly available. Because it is sold through Clickbank, this also comes with the usual 60 day money back guarantee.

What is the rate of return?

There are no claims made about how much you can expect to earn through Final Furlong Betting Software, nor are there any results made available (not surprisingly). The closest you get to insight into this is a claim on a testimonial of earnings that range from £78 profit per day all the way up to £688 in a single day.


The connection with Winners leads me to believe that Final Furlong Betting Software is nothing more than yet another release of software that has been doing the rounds for some time. The pitch is always the same with fantastic returns offered, however I am yet to see any evidence that these work. The main use of the software seems to be a way for the marketers behind it to get you to sign up for Winners where they will earn an affiliate commission. Is there anything in Final Furlong Betting Software to recommend? Personally I don’t think so and even with a 60 day money back guarantee I wouldn’t bother tying my money up while I waited for the inevitable refund.



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