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Make Racing Pay Review

Make Racing Pay is an email based horse racing tipster service from independent tipster Glenn Phillips. The service uses a disciplined betting system.

What does the product offer?

Make Racing Pay is a horse racing tipster service that specialises in providing sustainable betting advice to subscribers. Make Racing Pay offers daily selections with no more than 3 selections for a given day with bets being win or occasionally each way. These will be sent out on the morning of the race complete with advice on the reasoning behind the selection. There isn’t a huge amount of proofing available so there is unfortunately no way of discerning a strike rate but Make Racing Pay has just one losing month in 7 and this was just a 1.615 point loss.

How does the product work?

Glenn Phillips uses a number of different systems when generating selections. These include factors such as pedigrees, speed ratings, form, stable information and personal databases. The different aspects are reviewed before any horse is selected as a Make Racing Pay selection.

What is the initial investment?

Make Racing Pay is rather reasonably priced at just £25 per month. There is no mention of any guarantee which leads me to believe there is nothing in place. This is however generally standard practice for a tipster service.

What is the rate of return?

Since April Make Racing Pay has achieved a total points profit of 164.56 points. This amounts to a monthly average of 23.5 points. There has been the one afore mentioned losing month but otherwise profits have been consistent.


Make Racing Pay looks to be a very strong option as far as horse racing tipster services go. The service seems to be built around safety and ensuring that any risk is minimalized. This is evident in the staking system and I believe in the consistency with which Make Racing Pay has made profit. The price makes it exceptional value and something that is well suited to casual punters and professional bettors alike. All in all Make Racing Pay looks like it would make a solid addition to any betting portfolio.



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From: Simon Roberts