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Gary Hemming’s Place Ace Review

Gary Hemming’s Place Ace is a horse racing tipster service from Gary Hemming and offered through Winning Information Network that focuses on backing horses on each way bets.

What does the product offer?

Following on from a successful stint on Tipster Planet (Betfan’s tipster trialling which I have looked at before), Gary Hemming has recently made the jump to a full tipster under the Winning Information Network brand. As mentioned, the focus for Gary Hemming’s Place Ace lies in betting on each way bets with Gary Hemming claiming around 75% of bets will be each way with other bets being combination bets (such as Yankees etc.). This leads to varied staking with individual races rarely getting above five points whereas some of the more elaborate bets can get into double figure staking. As a service, Gary Hemming’s Place Ace has achieved a strike rate of 36.4% between December and April (at the time of writing) with one losing month so far.

How does the product work?

At the centre of Gary Hemming’s Place Ace is Gary Hemming’s claimed 25 years of experience. During this time he says that he has developed a network of contacts in the horse racing industry that supplement his approach to making selections. This approach which is a key aspect of Gary Hemming’s Place Ace’s selection process is very much steeped in statistical and form analysis, a method that Gary Hemming says has helped him to read races with a focus on the conditions that horses run well in.

What is the initial investment?

There are two subscription lengths available for Gary Hemming’s Place Ace which are monthly and quarterly. These come in at a cost of £49 and £98 respectively, allegedly with limited positions. There isn’t really a money back guarantee in place however as Winning Information Network are a part of the Betfan group the usual statement applies. They will review any requests for a refund however they are not typically supplied.

What is the rate of return?

In the 5 months that Gary Hemming’s Place Ace has been a part of Winning Information Network it has made a profit of 417.78 points however it is worth keeping in mind that this has involved stakes of up to 5 points at a time.


There is an increasing trend with Betfan products to use high staking systems to generate increased profits. If we assume that people want to bet £10 per time (which would mean around £2.50 per point) then Gary Hemming’s Place Ace has made a touch over £200 per month. Cover the cost of subscription as well and this dwindles further. This doesn’t make Gary Hemming’s Place Ace a bad tipster service per se, but it does mean that a rather substantial betting bank is required. The long and short of Gary Hemming’s Place Ace however is that it is making a profit and that might be enough for some people. Personally, I think that there are other options that are worth exploring instead.



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From: Simon Roberts