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Flat Season Review

Flat Season is a horse racing tipster service provided under the Betfair umbrella. It deals specifically with flat racing.

What does the product offer?

Flat Season is a tipster service provided through Betfan that specialises in providing tips and selections for flat racing. Flat Season only runs during the flat season (hence the name) which at the time of writing is around a third of the way through having started in April. During this time Flat Season has achieved a strike rate of around 35% on average. The number of selections varies from day to day from no selections to around four or five.

How does the product work?

Based off what they say on the sales page for Flat Season, the service is based heavily on experience and the know how of the team. They say that when recruiting they look for passionate people who know the trainers, jockeys and horses which also implies use of form although this is purely speculative on my behalf.

What is the initial investment?

There are 3 subscriptions for Flat Season. One is rendered moot at his point which is the full season (£147). The second is monthly which you can subscribe to for £47 per month. Finally Betfan are offering Flat Season for the rest of the season (likely to be around November) for £49. As with all Betfan products there is no money back guarantee but they do say that they will look at cases on an individual basis.

What is the rate of return?

Last year Flat Season claims to have made 421.79 points of profit. At the time of writing Flat Season is 61.08 points in profit so far this year although it is worth mentioning that there has been one month which showed a pretty substantial loss.


In its current state Flat Season potentially represents considerable value. If it runs to November this gives you potentially 4 months of tips for just £49. The losing month is potentially off putting and makes this something of a gamble but I know that this won’t put everybody off and if you are one of those people, now is a pretty good time to buy into Flat Season.



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From: Simon Roberts