Flat Attack Review

Flat Attack is a horse racing tipster service that specialises in making selections for the flat season. The service is operated by Chris Anzani in conjunction with Winning Information Network.

What does the product offer?

According to Winning Information Network, by following Chris Anzani’s selections you can expect to see regular profits and regular winning selections. In fact, they go on to say that the goal of Flat Attack is to “give clients a consistent source of winners”. This means that you can expect near daily selections, usually with just one or two bets per day (although there can be more) all of which are sent directly to subscribers via email. The bets that you will be placing are mainly win and each way bets with Chris Anzani also recommending the occasional small accumulator to Flat Attack subscribers. The staking plan is the usual Winning Information Network approach which means that you will be staking anywhere from 1 point to 5 points per bet. The strike rate for Flat Attack isn’t too bad at 26.76% however I would have expected more personally.

How does the product work?

According to Winning Information Network they have “the very best” insider news and information with all the best information from their best contacts providing initial tips. This is coupled with analysis as well as relying on Chris Anzani’s experience as a professional punter to make the final call on selections. According to Winning Information Network this provides the best of both worlds.

What is the initial investment?

Chris Anzani is marketing access to Flat Attack on a monthly membership which actually lasts 28 days as well as a full season of selections. It is worth highlighting that at the point of writing this the Flat Season is coming to an end and there isn’t much left of the season. These options will cost you £49 (plus VAT) and £147 (plus VAT) respectively.

Neither option comes with a money back guarantee as Betfan’s usual policy applies which states that they don’t typically offer any refunds however they will review requests.

What is the rate of return?

Last season Flat Attack was proofed for just 5 weeks during which it made a profit of over 160 points. This season has seen the profits climb to a grand total of 443 points with 280 points made this year to date (at the time of writing).


The flat season is always an interesting one and an opportunity for a lot of bettors to make some decent money and as such there are a number of tipsters that cater specifically to this period.

Personally I feel that Flat Attack is one of the stronger options with Winning Information Network’s usually rather risky staking system actually working in its favour on shorter term systems.

The profits that have been made are solid and I feel that Chris Anzani has probably proven himself to be relatively consistent in the long run. Whilst it is realistically too late to make Flat Attack a part of your portfolio this year I would be keeping it in mind for the next.



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