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Sovereign Racing Review

Sovereign Racing is an email based horse racing tipster service provided by an anonymous tipster under the Betting Gods umbrella.

What does the product offer?

Sovereign Racing is a horse racing tipster service that provides users with daily selections (typically before 11.30) for horse races across the UK. Sovereign Racing is a win bet service which seems to use a level staking system. All bets are advised to Betfair SP which ensures that everybody has a fair chance of getting the same odds. Sovereign Racing is relatively short lived at the time of writing with Betting Gods having offered the service for just four months with one of these being a losing month. Over this four month period Sovereign Racing has achieved a strike rate of just 23.99%.

How does the product work?

According to Betting Gods, Sovereign Racing is operated by a tipster who is well known on the internet circuit but chooses to keep his identity secret. The service draws upon a number of factors such as yard rumours, jockey and trainer news as well as trend and form analysis.

What is the initial investment?

Sovereign Racing is subscription based for a month, a quarter or a lifetime. Each option comes with a one month trial for just £4.95. After this the costs are £34.95, £79.95 and £199.95 respectively. Of note is the fact that Betting Gods offer a 60 day money back guarantee on their services and Sovereign Racing is no different.

What is the rate of return?

Since June Sovereign Racing has achieved a £911 profit. This is likely based on £10 stakes so would work out around 91.1 points for the period.


As always I am massively impressed with the service that Betting Gods offer. Unfortunately I cannot say the same about the system in the case of Sovereign Racing. Whilst he profit is promising a huge chunk of this is came in September. Of the four months one was a small loss and the other was a gain of less than a point and this is a concern for me. That having been said the tipster behind Sovereign Racing seems to have found his feet now so this may be one to watch, particularly with the trial for less than a fiver.



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From: Simon Roberts