Pick n Mix Horse Racing Tipping Service is a tipster service offered by TGH Trading. The system appears to make use of Betfair to both back and lay horses.
What does the product offer?
Pick n Mix Horse Racing Tipping Service is a horse racing tipster service that offers users tips for backing and laying. Because of this it seems likely that a Betfair account will be required. The service is provided by TGH Trading Ltd, a company that seem to be mostly associated with a number of horse racing bots, namely KIP Betting Bot and Mystery Horse Bot.
How does the product work?
The ins and outs of how Pick n Mix Horse Racing Tipping Service works aren’t ever discussed but this isn’t really something that is problematic for reasons I shall outline below.
What is the initial investment?
The real beauty of Pick n Mix Horse Racing Tipping Service lies in the price. Users can sign up for free. Once this has been done you will get emails sent directly to your inbox. At the moment this is advertised as a free trial but there is no information about costs going up etc. at the time of writing.
What is the rate of return?
Since the 1st of January, Pick n Mix Horse Racing Tipping Service as allegedly been able to produce 187 points of profit although there is not proofing supplied for this. Using level £10 stakes this would amount to £1870 profit in 4 months which is more than respectable.
Without a doubt, the best part of Pick n Mix Horse Racing Tipping Service lies in the cost (or lack thereof). Although no information is provided about the selection process, something which I typically find rather infuriating, the fact that Pick n Mix Horse Racing Tipping Service is free rather offsets this though. The fact is that you should be able to play this on paper to trial it and see if Pick n Mix Horse Racing Tipping Service really does work as advertised, and if not, then there is nothing lost other than a bit of time.