Horse Whisperer Tips Review

Horse Whisperer Tips is a new horse racing tipster service which is supposedly operated by ex horse racing trainer Amelia Jones (or Amelia Smith). Supposedly, her selections have been making a lot of profit for her.

Introduction to Horse Whisperer Tips

This is a very unusual way to start an article I know, but stick with me. I love irony. Especially when something or someone sets themselves up in such a way that you can see an inevitable outcome coming, especially at the cost of somebody else. Doubly so if they’re not real… Now, to bring Horse Whisperer Tips into this.

More specifically, a statement that Amelia Jones makes in reference to the numerous tipster services that seem to come out every week. It reads Most of those so-called ‘experts’ have absolutely no idea what they’re talking about! They simply use buAmelia Joneswords and lies to con you out of your hard-earned money” (the underlining is mine for emphasis). I will come back to this, but for now, I want to have a look at what you actually get with Horse Whisperer Tips.

What Does Horse Whisperer Tips Offer?

As a service Horse Whisperer Tips is very much in line with what you would expect. Selections are generated on a daily basis and are sent directly out to subscribers. These arrive by email, usually one the day of the race. Now the emails themselves are not particularly well detailed and are missing a lot of information that I would expect from a reputable service.

There is little guidance here and it is definitely frustrating although honestly, I saw this coming even in the sales material where the betting process is very much skipped over.

The bets themselves are very much what you would expect as well. I am yet to see anything except win bets which are advised at a variety of odds although you never see anything at one extreme or the other. I should also point out that Horse Whisperer Tips is not a particularly high volume service. Generally speaking you are looking at just a few bets each day.

horse-whisperer-tips-reviewWhen it comes to Horse Whisperer Tips there is a very frustrating amount of information missing in my opinion and it will probably come as no surprise that Amelia Jones doesn’t appear to have a staking plan in place either. This is a particular problem for me as the results for Horse Whisperer Tips all make claims in pounds and pence.

If I am being realistic, to make the amounts of money that are being claimed, you would presumably have to stake £500 per point on level stakes (and that would be based on strong results).

In line with the lack of information, there is no claimed strike rate either. Again, looking at the results you would expect that Horse Whisperer Tips has to win a lot of bets to get close to the profits claimed but there is no real evidence one way or another. I feel like I probably don’t need to mention the fact that there is no proofing provided either, but I will. This means that the strike rate isn’t even a number that we can calculate.

How Does Horse Whisperer Tips Work?

Whilst the content of Horse Whisperer Tips as a service (and the sales material) is almost none existent, Amelia Jones does a wonderful job of telling us both how she is supposedly able to find her bets, whilst also telling absolutely nothing. We are told that Amelia Jones grew up around horses and that her parents owned “highly reputable stables”. By her early 20’s Amelia Jones was, she claims, on her way to becoming one of the best trainers in the country.

All of this is the usual narrative bumf that I have come to expect from the more questionable tipster services on the market, however there is something said which I believe is supposed to really sell you on the service. Quoting directly from the sales material:

“I could work with my horses in a way that nobody else could; I understood their behaviours and body language. I recognised every mood and emotion in an instant and I could almost away predict how they’d behave in a race.”

This is important to highlight as there is nothing tangible mentioned and this naturally sets alarm bells ringing. Especially given the lack of information that surrounds the rest of Horse Whisperer Tips. Supposedly, this provides an edge when betting but I wouldn’t put a lot of faith in this to be honest.

What is the Initial Investment?

There is only one option if you want to subscribe to Horse Whisperer Tips and this is a one time payment of £29.99. I find it very interesting to note that there is no time frame that you are signing up for selections for however. This is yet another concerning point.

What is worth pointing out however is that there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place which is backed up by Clickbank. With this in mind, it seems safe to say that the marketer behind Horse Whisperer Tips will run the service for at least longer than two months.

What is the Rate of Return?

Supposedly, Amelia Jones made an incredible £85,491.77 in profit last year. This is a phenomenal claim to make and you would expect some rather substantial evidence to back this up, as you can probably see coming now however, there is nothing in this regard.



Other claims that are made throughout the sales material include £1,500 per week, more than £200 per day and more than £7,000 per month. To reiterate a point made before, there is nothing that talks about how much you have to stake to make this kind of money.

Conclusion on Horse Whisperer Tips

I am not a fiction writer but I can see a good yarn when I see one and Horse Whisperer Tips very definitively falls into this category. Whilst Amelia Jones paints a very idealised picture (and one that will unfortunately work on some people), there are a huge number of flaws that immediately jump out at me. I don’t want to dwell too much on these as it would take too much time. I will however cover some of the basics.

First of all, the claimed profits. These are ludicrous to say the least. It equates to a cash value of £234.22 per day, which is in line with the £200 per day, but it is a long way from believable. Even using £100 bets this means more than 800 points per year and having looked at a lot of tipsters, I can genuinely say that this kind of result is almost unheard of and even where things have come close, you have been talking of 5 point staking plans.

The other issue relates to the supposed selection process. I am always pleased to have some understanding of what a selection process entails. I do however prefer this to be based somewhere in reality rather than somebody intrinsically understanding a horse by looking at it. It jut smells like Amelia Jones is trying to fool somebody and that is not good.

The fact is that everything that I have seen of Horse Whisperer Tips suggests that it cannot deliver. This is not a disappointment as such, in no small part due to the fact that I didn’t believe any of what Amelia Jones tries to spin. It probably doesn’t need to be said but I am that certain that you will only lose money with Horse Whisperer Tips that I will flat out state it.

I cannot think of a tipster service that I have looked at for some time that I would so vehemently recommend avoiding.

Comments (2)

Read your account about Amelia Jones and agree it sounds like a fairy tale.
However I must admit I’ve had more success with this tipster than any
Lost faith one day and reduced my bet and could have picked up £500
As it was I picked up £250
Have found that of the three selections every day there is one winner
to cover the bet.
Shall continue to believe in fairies and continue to have gay days
God bless you Armelia
You’ve made an octogenarian very happy.

It’s the same old bollocks as the rest of them. I have followed the tips for nearly two months, placing very small bets. They have chosen 125 horses in that time of which 22 have won (17.6%). My betting bank hovered around the break even line for a few days, but is now well into negative returns. I’ll be asking for my money back. It’s the same rubbish, lies and empty promises as all the others. Are there any good ones out there?

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From: Simon Roberts