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Horse Racing Tipping Club Service Review

Horse Racing Tipping Club Service are two slightly different horse racing tipster services that are offered through Castle Sporting Services Ltd.

What does the Horse Racing Tipping Club Service offer?

Castle Sporting Services Ltd claim that Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 1 is a service that is able to offer its subscribers a consistent profit. Before being taken on by Castle Sporting Services Ltd, Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 1 allegdly operated independently since 2011 with varying degrees of success whilst Service 2 has been operational for just 11 months. The service is for all intents and purposes a rather straight forward affair with selections sent out on the day via email, SMS or both depending on your preference on both options. Unfortunately there is no proofing provided for any of this, nor is there any detailing of performance since Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 1 came to Castle Sporting Services Ltd. and Service 2 launched which makes reviewing the numbers for either service a very difficult thing to do. There is however a number of bonuses shipped with Horse Racing Tipping Club Service in the form of various other betting systems that the company put out.

How does the Horse Racing Tipping Club Service work?

I am not surprised to find that Castle Sporting Services Ltd. do not offer any real information on how the unnamed tipster behind Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 1 makes their selections. There is the almost obligatory nod to establishing value bets but the reality is that there is very little information in this department. Service 2 on the other hand is claimed to be operated by two winning tipsters with nothing else said.

What is the initial investment?

Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 1 is being sold on 3 different subscriptions which are a monthly, 3 monthly and 6 monthly options at a cost of £12, £30 and £50 respectively with Service 2 following the same structure. Interestingly, whilst payment is handled via an in house payment service, you have to set up a standing order in to make payments recurring. There is no money back guarantee in place however this is pretty standard for tipster services.

What is the rate of return?

Since it launched in 2011, Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 1 has allegedly made £34,018 to £50 stakes however it is worth mentioning again that this figure isn’t proofed and is simply what Castle Sporting Services Ltd claim it has made. Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 2 on the other hand has allegedly made £10,800 to £50 stakes.

Conclusion on the Horse Racing Tipping Club Service

I am very wary about Horse Racing Tipping Club Services for a number of reasons, not least of which is that there is no way of telling just how good the service will be in the long term which is what matters. Whilst what Castle Sporting Services Ltd. claim that the service has made is definitely within the realms of possibility, I don’t see why this isn’t proofed. I’ve said before now that I don’t see why any reputable tipster wouldn’t keep a record of their bets and Horse Racing Tipping Club Services is no different.

Whilst the service is cheap enough there is simply too much that remains unanswered for my liking on both counts. That having been said, if you are curious, there is minimal loss in trialling either of Horse Racing Tipping Club Services for a month on paper.

 

 

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