Perran Farm Racing is a new horse racing tipster service which is operated by the Tipster Street stable of tipsters. There are some solid looking results backing everything up with a lot of consistency.
Introduction to Perran Farm Racing
There are a lot of different horse racing tipster services on the market. Like… A LOT. So much so that I can’t help but feel that for most tipsters, especially those that don’t seem to have some gimmick or blatant BS marketing spiel behind them, it is hard.
Perran Farm Racing is a good looking example of this to me. Here you have a tipster service which has a some solid performances, and generated some decent results. They are sold through Tipster Street who are well known to me for being realistic about their services and what to expect.
All of this means that there is something of an air of modesty about Perran Farm Racing, and honestly, this is something I like to see. Modesty does not necessarily mean that a tipster service is bad, and with the transparency of results that Tipster Street provide, we should be able to quickly ascertain whether or not Perran Farm Racing is worth your consideration.
What Does Perran Farm Racing Offer?
Tipster Street are quite a large tipster stable, and as such, this ensures that there isn’t too much in the way of variance when it comes to how their services operate. What I mean by this, is that you can typically expect selections to be issued directly to subscribers on a near daily basis.
By and large, this applies to Perran Farm Racing, however there is one area where it stands out. Perran Farm Racing does not bet every day. This selective approach means that you can sometimes see a few days between bets. When these are available, they are sent directly via email.
In terms of the bets themselves, the vast majority that are advised through Perran Farm Racing are straight win bets. Every now and then however, Tipster Street’s proofing shows that there might be an occasional each way bets as well. In terms of the volume of bets, it is an interesting affair.
I have mentioned that Perran Farm Racing doesn’t bet every day, however the average monthly bets still amounts to around 50 bets. This can mean as many as 5 bets on a given day. Typically speaking, a range of odds are bet on, however this is rarely double figures (and when it is, it is one of the elusive each way bets).
In terms of the staking plan, all bets are advised through Perran Farm Racing are advised to be backed to 2 points, either 2 straight points on a win and 1 point each way. This is based off a betting bank of 100 points. Whilst this doesn’t necessarily sound like a massive bank, effectively providing coverage for just 50 bets. The truth of the matter is that Perran Farm Racing wins quite often as I will now explore.
According to Tipster Street, Perran Farm Racing has attained an average strike rate of some 45%. This is an incredibly impressive result when you start to factor everything in. This includes the length of time that Tipster Street have bene proofing the results (8 months) and more importantly, the average odds. These stand at 2.78 which honestly, is a very strong number for a horse racing tipster service.
How Does Perran Farm Racing Work?
Unfortunately, if there is one thing that is missing from Tipster Street’s products, it is the small fact that there is not a whole lot of information on what selection processes entail. I want to say that the name “Perran Farm Racing” suggests a lot, but honestly, it doesn’t.
Furthermore, looking at the results to date, there is no pattern that I would consider to be discernible. This is frustrating as I believe that as a potential consumer, you should be in a position to make an informed decision about any product, whether it is a
In the case of Perran Farm Racing, we told that the service has been proofed through Tipster Street since the start of 2018. Given that we are at the close of the year now, it is fair to say that by looking at the full proofing, you can still get an idea of what to expect. This definitely goes some way to mitigating this lack of information, however I would still have liked to have seen more information.
What is the Initial Investment?
There are two different subscription options available for Perran Farm Racing and it has to be said that both of them are very reasonably priced. The first option is a monthly subscription for which Tipster Street are asking just £14.95 per month. Alternatively, you can sign up to Perran Farm Racing on a quarterly basis for just £29.95. On top of this, both of he options are available on a trial basis with your first 30 days costing just £3.79.
Unfortunately, there is no money back guarantee in place for Perran Farm Racing, however truth be told, given the low costs that are involved and the trial offer, this isn’t a huge deal for me.
What is the Rate of Return?
Since launching in May of this year, Perran Farm Racing has produced an overall points profit of 102.09 points.
Now I will hold my hands up here and say that on the surface of things, this is not necessarily a massive amount of money, however there are a few factors to consider. First of all, there is the fact that this still works out at an average monthly profit of 15 points, a respectable amount really. More importantly however, is the fact that Perran Farm Racing has an ROI of 17.85. This is a decent return, especially for the money.
Conclusion on Perran Farm Racing
Honestly, there is a lot about Perran Farm Racing that doesn’t make it a great tipster service. This has to be addressed, however I also want to point out that this is far from the complete picture. First of all, I want to talk about some of the negatives.
Whilst the ROI is definitely a strong number, and 15 points per month sounds good, this is based on 2 point stakes. As such, this number can be very conceivably scaled down. Especially when you consider that the profits are supposedly based off £20 per point, effectively meaning 40 points per bet according to Tipster Street.
Furthermore, there are some people who may not like the fact that Perran Farm Racing is a little more sporadic than some tipster services off putting. For me, I don’t see this as particularly problematic, however I can appreciate that isn’t the case for everybody. Especially on the days where there are a slightly higher volume of bets and you are actually putting down quite a substantial chunk of money (5 bets at 2 points, at £20 per point can mean £200 per day).
Now, even though there are things that I think are some pretty substantial flaws in Perran Farm Racing, I also think that there are some strong positives. The obvious one is of course the value for money that is there to be had. £15 per month for an ROI of almost 18% is just phenomenal prices. I can say with conviction that I have seen much worse off tipster services asking for a lot more than this.
Furthermore, whilst I can appreciate that it is something that can account against Perran Farm Racing, I also think that the fact you aren’t betting every day can work in your favour.
If you aren’t necessarily looking for a hardcore tipster service that is going to have you betting day in day out, then I really think this represents a decent alternative. Bets are still issued through Tipster Street in the morning which means that you have plenty of time to get them placed, and by and large, I don’t think it is really that much bother.
Where I see Perran Farm Racing really standing out is as a first time tipster service. The volume of bets is manageable, and whilst there is an argument for the betting costs building up, because of the low costs involved, I think that it is entirely plausible that you could alter your staking plan to cover this.
With this in mind, what I see is a cheap and cheerful service that doesn’t require too much effort. It won’t be for everybody, but for a certain number of users, then I think Perran Farm Racing will serve you well.