The Horse Conqueror Review – Betting Gods

The Horse Conqueror is a new member of the the Betting Gods stable of tipsters. It is a horse racing tipster service which has shown some incredibly promising results since launching in March this year.

Introduction to The Horse Conqueror

It feels like it has been a while since I have looked at something new from the Betting Gods team. It seems even longer since they have launched a horse racing tipster service. As such, I can say that I was quite excited when I was first notified about The Horse Conqueror. When I started to look at the results, I can say with confidence that excitement grew exponentially.

You see, I will often find myself talking about how much I respect the Betting Gods platform, and I entirely stand by that. I have yet to hear of any problems with them and they have grown substantially since I looked at them when Darren (their founder) first launched the service. This means that when you see something that looks good, you can trust that it probably is.

And today’s subject, The Horse Conqueror looks incredibly good. The profit and loss graph looks like the side of a mountain that a kid might draw. It is steep, and that is a good thing. On top of this, the service looks to be well poised to ensure that betting is always exciting, and if you can do that, and make money as well. Surely you’re on to a winner, right?  

What Does The Horse Conqueror Offer?

One of the things that I love about looking at anything from the Betting Gods platform is that there are some very high standards that are maintained. Especially in terms of what you can expect from a service logistically, and not at all surprisingly, this applies to The Horse Conqueror just as much as it does any of their other services.

So, you are getting a relatively straight forward affair in many respects. The Horse Conqueror is a daily horse racing tipster service with the very occasional no bet day. Each day, selections are issued to subscribers a number of different ways. All of the methods contain all of the information that you would need in order to get your bets placed.

When it comes to receiving your selections, you can choose a number of different methods. They are (of course) sent out directly via email. You can also log into a member’s area on the Betting Gods website and view selections there. Alternatively, you can opt to receive them directly to the Betting Gods app (which is available on iOS and Android).

One of the things that I do like a lot about The Horse Conqueror is that William (the tipster behind the service) will typically have selections available anywhere from 7am to 9am. This means that even if you are working that dreaded 9-5, you still have an opportunity to place bets before work. This is something that I know people have struggled with with other services.

Moving on to the bets, this is where things do start to look a little bit more interesting than your average tipster service. Now, The Horse Conqueror is something of a moderately high volume affair and that will not suit everybody. That is something that I think needs to be addressed immediately.

Most days William will only find three or four bets to place, which is pretty manageable. However, there have been days which have historically, involved placing a lot more than this. By contrast, there are also days where you might just have one bet to place. I see it as swings and roundabouts, but some people are uncomfortable with large numbers of bets.

I feel like this is somewhat compounded by looking at the odds that you will be backing horses at. The Horse Conqueror is a service that definitely favours longer odds. the Betting Gods say that the average odds are 7.69 which is a pretty high number really. As such, you may be betting at this higher volume on higher odds, and well, this can lead to losing streaks (a topic I want to return to).

This is somewhat offset by having some of the longer shots backed on an each way basis, but by and large, it is clear that William favours backing horses to win. Fortunately, this risk is managed quite well with a level staking approach of 1 point per bet.

Combine this with the recommended betting bank of 125 points and there is more than enough wiggle room her to absorb any losing streaks. Because these do happen quite often with The Horse Conqueror. Without really having to look through the proofing, there was a losing streak of 14 bets only last month.

Now, you would definitely be forgiven for looking at this data and assuming that there is a pretty crappy strike rate in place for the service, however this isn’t really the case. Don’t get me wrong, the Betting Gods’ calculation of 22.16% isn’t great looking. But when you consider the odds that are involved, I think that The Horse Conqueror actually starts to look pretty good.

How Does The Horse Conqueror Work?

If there is one area where I have always found the Betting Gods to be a little frustrating it is in the lack of information that we are given about what the selection process for a given tipster entails and unfortunately, The Horse Conqueror is no different. There isn’t any insight at all and I will admit that this is somewhat disappointing to me.

I have always maintained that as a consumer, you should be given an idea of what you are getting yourself into. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t believe in tipsters giving you a step by step breakdown of how they find their bets, but I would at least like to know that they have a decent reasoning behind picking the horses that they do.

With that said, in the case of The Horse Conqueror, there are some things that we can extrapolate from the data. For example, it is quite clear that the Betting Gods is always looking to find value in his bets. You clearly aren’t looking at wild stabs in the dark, and yet finding the kinds of odds that William does suggests that there is some wider approach.

I also feel that the lack of information is somewhat mitigated by the huge amount of proofing that the Betting Gods provide for the service. All of the bets and data is provided clearly and concisely and as such, you can get a very good idea of what to expect from The Horse Conqueror, even if you don’t necessarily know why to expect it.

What is the Initial Investment?

There are a number of different options that are available if you are considering subscribing to The Horse Conqueror. The smallest initial outlay comes in the form of a monthly subscription which is priced at £29 per month (plus VAT). The next option is a quarterly subscription which is priced at £79 (again, plus VAT).

By far and away the best value comes from signing up for The Horse Conqueror for the full year. This naturally comes with the highest outlay at £279 (plus VAT), but does work out at just £23.25 per month which means saving nearly £70 over the course of a year.

It is worth noting as well that with all of these options, your first 7 days will cost you just £1 which gives you a reasonable chance to trial The Horse Conqueror. There is also a full 30 day money back guarantee that the Betting Gods offer on all of their services.

What is the Rate of Return?

Since March of 2019, The Horse Conqueror has produced a profit of £1,821 to £10 stakes. This means that you are looking at a points profit of 182.1 points which over 7 months which honestly, is a respectable number. This suggests to me that there is a strong potential to finish the year close to the 300 point mark which would be a hell of an achievement.

This equates to a monthly profit of some 26 points which is a massively impressive number. I feel like it would be remiss of me to not mention the fact that this does factor in that at the time of writing, September looks like it is going to make a very small loss of about 3 points (Editors Note – Since writing this, The Horse Conqueror has seemingly turned September around for a very small profit).

I also think that for context, it is worth mentioning that there is a very respectable ROI of 23.39% at the time of writing. It is also noteworthy that, as the Betting Gods are keen to highlight, The Horse Conqueror has produced a bank growth of 146.51% which is a very significant number to achieve.

Conclusion for The Horse Conqueror

When the Betting Gods release a tipster service that has produced strong results, it is difficult not to sit up and pay some attention, and this fits the bill for The Horse Conqueror pretty nicely. The results that have been attained aren’t necessarily world beating, don’t get me wrong, but they have been delivered with consistency and that is what I want to focus on here.

Those monthly profits are very good looking. And what is stand out about it in my book, is that usually when you get an average of something like 26 points, this is because of a few particularly good months, but that just isn’t the case here.

Month on month, you have seen consistent returns of 20 points plus. That is something that really takes some skill, and the fact that William has been able to deliver this result for 5 months straight suggests to me that there is no reason to believe that he won’t be able to keep this kind of form going in the long term.

On top of this, I think that it is worth highlighting that honestly, The Horse Conqueror represents pretty bloody good value for money. the Betting Gods are asking £29 per month for the service and this is very much at the bottom end of what I would expect to pay for a tipster service in this day and age.

Factor in that it does have those strong results, and I can tell you that The Horse Conqueror is much better than some of its rival services. These may want as much as £45 every 28 days for services that when you break everything down, haven’t performed as well. I think that provides some pretty good context for just how fairly the Betting Gods have priced this.

So, would I recommend The Horse Conqueror? There are of course all the usual caveats that come with a tipster service. You have to keep in mind that you are going to be tied down to somebody else’s betting strategy and if it stops working for them, then you can ultimately end up paying the price (personally, I prefer something that teaches you how to bet successfully yourself).

As far as this kind of thing goes though, I do think that The Horse Conqueror is a very good looking option. I know that the Betting Gods don’t just slap their name on any old rubbish and the results reflect that. They also highlight that there is plenty of potential to make a decent extra income.  

 

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From: Simon Roberts