LMR Racing is a relatively long standing horse racing tipster service which is operated by BetInfo 24. Selections come courtesy of a tipster referred to simply as Dave who has produced some strong and consistent results.
Introduction LMR Racing
I have looked at a few horse racing tipster services recently that have made some incredible claims about how much you can expect to earn through them. LMR Racing is the latest example of this, and it is almost impossible to ignore the results that BetInfo 24 claim to have produced.
Of course, anybody can claim petty much any thing when it comes to marketing a tipster service. Where LMR Racing really stands out however is in that everything is well proofed. Furthermore, it is well proofed through a reputable tipster stable in the shape of BetInfo 24. So, with that (as well as an income that probably exceeds some people’s salary after tax) in mind, do I think that LMR Racing is in fact the real deal? Let’s have a look.
What Does LMR Racing Offer?
As a tipster service, LMR Racing is a pretty straight forward affair. As is often the case with tipster stables, BetInfo 24 have a formula and they stick to it. What this means or subscribers is that you can expect selections two ways. First of all, Dave’s tips are sent out directly via email. They are also made available on the BetInfo 24 website via a special member’s area.
The quality of content is pretty food for LMR Racing and there is plenty of information to direct your betting activity. One thing that I believe should be noted is that LMR Racing is not a daily affair. There are sometimes gaps of several days between bets.
In terms of what you will be betting on, again, I feel that it is fair to say that LMR Racing doesn’t look to buck any trends. I don’t however believe that this is a bad thing. On average, you can expect to receive between 1 and 3 bets on a given day. This works out at an average of 40-50 bets per month, a number that is more than manageable.
One of the things that I think is rare to see from a successful tipster service is that LMR Racing is very simple to follow. All bets are advised to 1 point stakes although the range of odds does keep things interesting. These range from evens, all the way to 9/1.
As is the case with almost every other element of LMR Racing that I have looked at so far, the staking plan that Dave recommends is a very straight forward thing. It is advised that you back all horses to just 1 point per bet. This is all well and good, and in theory, so is the recommended betting bank. BetInfo 24 say that 20 points should be enough to cover any potential losing streaks. This does however concern me for a number of reasons that I will address below.
Finally, I want to talk about the strike rate. Dave’s tips win 36% of the time on average. Now, given the variance in odds, I think that this is probably a pretty reasonable number to achieve. What is impressive about it here though is that this has been maintained for almost 2 years. This demonstrates to me that LMR Racing has some consistency to it, and ultimately, I think most bettors would agree this is an important factor when considering tipsters.
How Does LMR Racing Work?
One of the things that I do find disappointing when it comes to BetInfo 24 as a tipster stable is that they don’t provide a whole lot of information on what the selection process for their tipsters entail.
This means that in the case of LMR Racing, we are simply told that Dave is a “top tipster who has been making a living from horse racing for many years”. The nature of LMR Racing as a service also makes it difficult to garner understanding about, although there is some suggestion that the trainer of a horse plays a big part in the selection process.
Truth be told though, whilst it is undeniably frustrating that there is a lack of information when it comes to how LMR Racing works, I don’t believe that it is the be all and end all. BetInfo 24 have proofing for the service going bank almost 2 years. This isn’t something that many tipsters can provide. During this time, LMR Racing has also produced a consistent profit with very few “wobbles” along the way. As such, there is little reason in my book for the selection process to be justified extensively.
What is the Initial Investment?
For those who are interested in LMR Racing, there are a few different options which are available. The first of these is to subscribe to the service on a monthly basis. This is priced at £29.99 per month. Alternatively, you can save a small amount by signing up to LMR Racing on a quarterly basis at a cost of £79.99. Finally, there is an annual option in place for LMR Racing which costs £249.99 however this does represent the best value in the long term.
It should be noted that the monthly and quarterly subscriptions both come with a 7 day trial of LMR Racing for just £1. Furthermore, all options are covered by a 30 day money back guarantee.
What is the Rate of Return?
Since launching in January 2017, LMR Racing has produced an overall profit of £44,195. This is a massively impressive sounding figure. It is worth keeping in mind however that this is based off £100 stakes meaning a points profit of 441.95. This is somewhat less impressive looking, however I don’t believe that it paints the full picture.
First of all, there have been just 3 losing months in almost 2 years for LMR Racing. Also, the ROI for the service stands at (a frankly unbelivievably good) 39%. This is one of the strongest results I have seen for some time.
Conclusion on LMR Racing
I would be lying if I said that the results which have been attained through LMR Racing aren’t impressive. Now I will accept that the points profit doesn’t necessarily seem so hot when you calculate it on an annual basis (250 points per year seems like a reasonable estimate for the future), but I feel like this overlooks the broader picture.
The ROI for LMR Racing stands at 39%. That is a very strong number to have maintained over some 2 years and I know a lot of tipsters who would kill for that kind of return.
If there is one point that I want to return to concerning LMR Racing, it is the staking plan, more specifically, the betting bank. I mentioned that a bank of 20 points is recommended by BetInfo 24 in rder to make LMR Racing work for you. It is worth keeping in mind however that there have been numerous occasions where there have been losing streaks of 10 or more bets. This does expose your betting bank, especially when you consider how easily this can go wrong with any tipster.
Outside of these points, I want to talk about a very important factor which is value for money. LMR Racing is priced at £30 per month. Truth be told, I can’t think of many tipsters that have produced the history and consistency that Dave has with LMR Racing, let alone examples that are this inexpensive. As such, it is clear to me that BetInfo 24’s pricing allows for bags of value for money here, and that isn’t something that I believe is common.
So is it all worth it? That is the million dollar question. In my opinion, I think that LMR Racing is one of the strongest horse racing tipsters I have looked at for some time, and I am quite content to recommend it.
I do think that you may want to stretch your betting bank a little further if you wish to be conservative, but this has a strong counterpoint too. If you have £1,000 to bet with, you will make more money from a 20 point bank than a 50 point one. In that regard, I leave it to your personal approach to risk.