Wootton Racing is a horse racing tipster service operated by Sportsworld Publishing. It offers selections for UK race types throughout the year.
What does the product offer?
Wootton Racing is a pretty standard tipster service by all accounts. What really does stand out about Wootton Racing is the volume of selections that are available with Sportsworld Publishing claiming anywhere from 2-6 selections during the week and as many as 8 on weekends. Wootton Racing covers the major race types offering selections for flat races, national hunt and all weather. The bets are a combination of each way and win with staking advised on the day.
How does the product work?
Sportsworld Publishing don’t really advertise how selections for Wootton Racing, are made. The closest you get to an explanation is that the tipster behind the service has been involved in horse racing all his life, starting with his Grandfather who owned horses to his Uncle who took him to his first races. Personally I am not satisfied with this as I would like to be able to make a much more informed decision about my purchase, especially given the price.
What is the initial investment?
Wootton Racing costs £40 per month to subscribe to with the first month available on a trial basis for £20. It is worth noting however that there is no money back guarantee or refund policy in place.
What is the rate of return?
Since the start of May Wootton Racing has accumulated an overall point profit of 85.96 points .
Wootton Racing doesn’t really bring anything new to the table, nor do I believe that it really produces satisfactory results, especially given some of the options that are now available in terms of tipster services. I have concerns about the number of selections and a look at the results reveals that to some degree this is justified with a win rate that can be best described as sporadic. Whilst there aren’t any huge losing streaks there are quite consistent ones of around 6 losses.
When this is combined with the fact that most of the profitability of Wootton Racing has come from a few 20/1 wins, it doesn’t paint a flattering picture.