Six handpicked tipster services to consider for your portfolio – SBC Racing goes live!

What are you looking for in a horse racing tipster?

  • Pure profit?
  • Bankroll growth?
  • Low risk?
  • Minimal workload when placing bets?
  • Achievable odds?
  • Betting Exchange options?

Well, on the brand new SBC Racing Page launched today, we are sure that there is service for you, whatever your needs.

SBC Racing sees us assess all of our Horse Racing Premium Tipsters from the customer’s point of view and this new page helps you to answer the question ‘Which racing tipster(s) would suit my portfolio and which ones wouldn’t?’

For example, we have 3 tipsters that are profitable using exchanges, one with a historic ROI of over 30% and another that provides access to a system where you choose your own bets at any time you like.

We also have those that quote realistic and fair odds with no price pressure and those that bet several times every day through to those that take the plunge more selectively.

So whilst all 6 are different, they do share one thing in common: Long-term profits as the following image suggests:

Via the SBC Racing section you can explore dedicated pages detailing each tipster’s record bet-by-bet alongside detailed data analysis, guides, interviews and more!

You can also find a full history for each of the SBC Racing services via our regularly updated SBC Racing spreadsheet with individual sheets available on each tipsters page.

Head over to the SBC Racing Page to find out more about these specially selected services and find one that matches what you are looking for.


Reading this, some of you might be asking the question – what exactly is a Premium Tipster?

Simply put, it’s a tipster that SBC works with and helps operate in order to provide a platform for success.

They work with us in partnership as it allows them to focus on what they do best in picking winning tips, whilst the SBC team helps ensure their service runs smoothly.

As we have this involvement in each Premium Tipster, we keep them separate to our Hall of Fame and other ratings so as to be completely fair and transparent.

We are also VERY selective as to what service becomes a Premium Tipster to focus on quality, not quantity – hence why you will only find 6 racing tipsters at this time.

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One of the very best horse racing tipsters – New SBC review you won’t want to miss!

Like the words ‘genius’, ‘World class’ and ‘greatest’, the word ‘shrewd’ is used too much in the racing and tipster worlds. I use it sparingly and only in circumstances like today when describing the man who is covered in the very latest in-depth SBC Tipster Review.

I am talking about an SBC Hall Of Fame veteran of 7 years that ticks the following boxes:

  • A service that has racked up 5,000 bets over the last decade with a 16.9% return on investment (ROI);
  • A service that is profitable year after year, in all race codes and at all odds ranges
  • A service ranges that records results fairly and provides excellent customer service;
  • A service that has seen a 694% return on capital (ROC) since 2013.

I would go so far as to say that this tipster is one of the very best horse racing judges I have had the pleasure of monitoring since launching the Smart Betting Club in 2006. I, and so many SBC members, cannot recommend his service highly enough.

So when I say ‘shrewd’ – I think that is fully justified in this instance!

For those of you interested in learning more, SBC is releasing our full in-depth report on the service today with odds analysis, historical records, detailed data breakdowns, customer service insights and so much more.

You can read it, in full, with a Smart Betting Club membership.

With membership, you will unlock independent analysis on this tipster and hundreds more alongside practical resources, insight articles, ‘Pro Betting’ guidance and interviews that can improve your betting and boost your profits.

















A Winning Tipster Treble – 3 New Affordable Racing Tipsters Reviewed

The latest SBC Magazine (Issue 107) has just been published and features detailed reviews of 3 new racing tipsters – each with profitable long-term records.

With ROI figures ranging from 17% up to 25.6% and with several years and thousands of proofed bets behind them, our reviews explore in-depth the realistic profits they can make for you if following them in

All 3 tipsters are affordably priced with low-cost trials on offer followed by ongoing fees of just £20 per month to mark them out as tipsters that won’t break the bank.

You can read about each of the 3 tipsters, who they are and a lot more with access to SBC 107 – which is available to download the instant you join the Smart Betting Club as either a Silver, Gold or Platinum member.


Why SBC Reviews Are Different!

Smart Betting Club tipster reviews are renowned for being some of the most detailed you can find – here is why you should trust us to help you find the right tipsters for you:

  • Independent, Expert Analysis: SBC has been reviewing tipsters since 2006 so we know what to look for when it comes to making a profit betting. Best of all, as we are 100% independent (never using affiliate links in our reviews) you can be assured that when we say something is good, it really is.
  • Odds Availability Reports: When scrutinising horse racing tipsters, its vitally important to understand just how easy (or hard) it is to get the advised odds. Our unique odds availability studies (published in each review) track this and keep you fully informed on the best tipsters not just in theory, but practice.
  • Exchange Profits & Suitability: For every tipster that goes under our review microscope, we also examine the profits that can me made following them on betting exchanges. Marking out those suitable for those of you unable to bet with traditional bookmakers.
  • Ratings & Recommendations: Alongside our detailed review, we also provide you with informed ratings and recommendations on those tipsters we encourage you to join to make you money betting. Helping you find the best tipsters quickly.

How To Get Your Copy Of SBC 107

You can access your own copy of SBC 107 and our entire back catalogue of magazines the instant you join the Smart Betting Club.

This includes access to every single tipster review we have ever written (there are literally hundreds available) and all of the Hall of Fame Tipsters we recommend to make you money betting.

Check out some of our latest publications.

You can also enjoy significant discounts on the cost of joining many of these tipsters via our unique Tipster Discounts – exclusively available to SBC members only.

2018 Special Deal: Save £45 on SBC Membership

Best of all, you can also now save £45 on the usual cost of a Smart Betting Club membership as part of a special 2018 discount we have on site.

This is because I have slashed the price of joining to ensure as many of you as possible have access to SBC’s expert reports, magazines and guides.

I know that SBC can make a difference to your punting – so why not sign-up right away

(There is a 90-day money back guarantee available after all!)

All Smart Betting Club membership options (Silver, Gold and Platinum) offer access to SBC 107. Simply choose the membership option that suits you best (view the membership comparison table here) and once signed-up, you will be able to instantly download the guide.

Best Regards

Peter Ling


Why some racing tipsters quote misleading odds & how to avoid being duped


One of the most important issues facing many racing tipsters these days is that of odds availability.

Can you as a punter realistically obtain the odds that a tipster puts forward?

For some popular or free tipsters like Hugh Taylor and Pricewise it’s always been an issue as the weight of money behind their tips forces the odds in very quickly indeed.

Yet it is also now a growing issue for other less well-known tipsters too – especially horse racing experts that put up bets the night before a race runs.

Because whilst it might make sense to follow a tipster snapping up the earliest value – in reality, it can cause you all kinds of problems.

Allow me to explain more, including why some unscrupulous tipsters are taking advantage and catching unwary punters out

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The Evolution Of Racing Bookmaking

To help explain the current issue with taking early odds, it’s worth a quick walk down memory lane to understand how betting on racing historically worked.

Back in the good old days, most major bookmakers employed large teams of racing traders who would price up each race meeting and manage a traditional racing book.

As money flowed in a market, the odds for each horse would change as each firm managed their liability and tried to work an overall profitable position.

Occasionally, some bookmakers would find themselves getting filled in and taking a hit if getting it wrong, yet their in-built over-round always ensured that long-term, they would usually make a profit.

With the introduction of betting exchanges, all of this changed.

Nowadays, large-scale racing trading teams are a thing of the past, with almost all bookmakers basing their odds on what happens on Betfair.

If money comes in for a horse on Betfair – the bookie slashes its prices to reflect that. The opposite rings true on horses that drift in price although generally bookies are much slower to put their odds up than down!

Ultimately, the art of building a racing book has been lost.

And this in turn has impacted how we as punters get on and how the markets react to shrewd money.

Why Odds Are Odd When Betting Early

This sea change in the world of racing bookmaking has had a major knock-on effect for those punters keen to bet early – especially in your bog-standard racing fare.

For most horse races these days, you can expect to see the first odds start to appear around 4 to 5pm the day before racing is due to take place.

As the evening wears on, a few more firms will start to quote odds until there are a handful of bookmakers pricing up each horse in a race.

The problem is these prices are based on a very small amount of trading seen on Betfair – which is usually not much money at all.

And without a decent Betfair market to guide them and very little ‘racing expertise’, the bookies know they are vulnerable to shrewd punters who try and snap up the value odds on any overpriced horses at this point.

Therefore, even moderate sums of money coming in for a horse (especially at big odds) will see its price collapse in no time and the accounts of those placing such bets eyed with suspicion.

The Accountant


Tipsters & Their Quoted Prices

It is this issue of slashing odds that causes such a problem for tipsters who post up bets the evening before racing.

The general logic is that the earlier a tipster puts up a tip, the greater chance its odds will move downwards*

*Although it’s important to make the distinction here that betting in the major race meetings such as Cheltenham or on the big Saturday/Sunday featured races won’t see the same level of movement.

For those tipsters with a large subscriber base, there is zero chance the quoted odds will hold up.

It’s all too common to see a price of 20/1 quoted by a tipster, yet within minutes it’s a best 16/1 or 14/1. Come the morning of the race its 10/1 and it starts at 8/1 SP.

Considering betting profitably is all about value, even a change from 20/1 to 16/1 can and does make a major difference to your bottom line.

Taking 8/1 or 10/1 on a 20/1 shot isn’t worth thinking about neither – and by doing so you are actually more likely to turn a loss then a profit.

A 26% Drop In ROI After Just 15 Minutes!

Yet despite these clear issues with early tips – some unscrupulous tipsters continue to wilfully take advantage and claim what might be termed ‘fictional odds’ for their advised bets.

A clear example of this came from one racing tipster we reviewed here at SBC in 2017 who claimed a ROI of 46.6% from 880 bets over a 14-month period.

A 46.6% ROI on the face of it is phenomenal – far and away the best ROI we would have ever seen from any tipster over a long-term period.

The problem was – yep, you guessed it. This tipster was putting up bets at 5/6pm the evening before racing that disappeared almost as quickly as he put them up. I know this because as part of the SBC review, my team tracked the odds movement for 135 of these tips, which revealed some significant differences.

These 135 tips in isolation fared well, hitting a 70.6% ROI during a purple patch for the service, yet within 15 minutes of the tip being advised, the overall ROI dropped as much as 24.6%

By 8am on race day, the difference was -60.2% ROI and by 10.30am, it was -67.5% ROI!

The average odds also went from 12.48/1 down to 10.88/1 within 15 minutes – suggesting the odds on his tips were slashed very quickly indeed. You can see the full findings below:


So, whilst the odds this tipster quoted were indeed accurate at the time advised, practically no-one would be able to get on more than a few quid before the prices were slashed. Even if you did get on – most bookies would take one look at your betting history and quickly restrict or close your account.

You would be a marked man, because if there is one thing that will get a bookies attention it is constantly backing a horse that drops significantly in price after you get on.

Odds Tracking Is A Must For Any Racing Review

This story outlines very neatly exactly why every genuine tipster review MUST feature an element of odds-tracking.

We perform this as standard for every major tipster we review and whilst it is hard-work and time-consuming, it is hugely valuable.

We track not only performance to the quoted odds, but the best odds after 15 minutes, 60 minutes, at 10.30am, SP, Betfair SP and other relevant time periods.

By doing so we can quickly identify those tipsters putting up genuine odds and inform you as to how achievable the odds are (or not).

The tipster I reference above received a poor SBC rating following their review due to the very obvious odds availability issues. He certainly had an eye for a horse, but its highly unlikely many punters would be able to follow and obtain the same level of performance.

Instead of claiming a 46.6% ROI from these odds, he would have been far better aiming for a realistic 15% ROI by putting up bets at 10.30am when most punters could get on.

The good news is that there are numerous tipsters that we rate and recommend here at SBC who do play fair by the odds they quote for subscribers.

They might not be able to claim a 46.6% ROI, but at least you know what they do offer is realistic and fair.

Many of them can be found within our Hall of Fame listings and reviews, which you can obtain full details on with a Smart Betting Club membership.

Whatever you do though, be very wary of any tipster quoting results based on tips sent the day before racing. Very often you simply can’t match their results in practice!

P.s. If ever in doubt as to whether a tipster puts up genuine odds – be sure to ask them exactly when they put up their tips and how they settle their results. If they are putting them up the evening before racing and making no adjustments for odds movement, I would advise you to give them a miss!

Join the Smart Betting Club now and see what all the fuss is about!

See you on the inside

Best Regards,

Peter Ling
Smart Betting Club Editor


A Tale Of 3 Tipsters: The Good, The V.Good & The Downright Awful

Here at the Smart Betting Club, if we are known for one thing, it’s for getting to the bottom of just which tipster services actually make money betting (and also those that make a loss)

And this week I think it’s fair to say I have seen the best (and worst) of tipster services all laid bare…

Starting with the worst and earlier this week, I witnessed one of the funniest Twitter ‘Question and Answer’ sessions courtesy of the Racing Post who invited their followers to put forward questions to racing’s very own Derek ‘Tommo’ Thompson.

Whilst many will be familiar with Tommo as a racing presenter and commentator, he is also very well known in betting circles as one of the worst tipsters out there.  Perhaps most notorious for once being out-performed by a tortoise (Yes really!), this Observer article also recalls how Tommo managed to tip just 17 winners from 89 bets (all at very short prices) without a hint of shame. He also does a great line in unintentional Alan Partridge impressions as this now infamous video also proves.

Sadly that is where the joke ends as Tommo has run a much panned tipster line for years…the type of which has attracted plenty of ire over the years. You know the score – Expensive service with no listing of results, tipping up short priced loser after loser and generally being awful.

All of this led to a takeover of the Q and A session where the hashtag #RPQA seemed to be filled with more about his failed tipping than the book he was onto promote. Something I can’t imagine they will be repeating anytime soon either! Continue reading

Free & Budget Tipsters That Will Change Your Betting For The Better…

It seems like everyone fancies themselves as a tipster these days!!.

It’s fairly easy to understand why – start a twitter account or blog advising tips, pick a few early winners and soon enough, you can start charging for your advice.

So the key question for any punter is ‘how do I find good quality free (and budget) tipsters when there are so many so-called tipsters around’?

Well, that’s where we at the Smart Betting Club can help.  It is our role to monitor and proof hundreds of tipsters for the benefit of all our members. We sift through the good, bad and the ugly of the tipster world to reveal to you which of them are genuinely profitable and worth following.

And today with the help of our latest members report, I want to showcase details on some of the BEST budget and low-cost tipsters we recommend.

Some of them are so good, that they put many more expensive tipsters firmly in the shade. Continue reading

How To Judge Just How Potent A Tipster Really Is

Those of you who have spent time researching and following different betting tipsters will know how difficult it can be at times to know exactly how much money they can make you. This is because tipsters (especially the Arfur Daley types) often use many different misleading calculations in order to show their own results in a good light.

The good news is that help is at hand as I want to unravel a few such dodgy tipster practices and also show you one calculation we use here at the Smart Betting Club, which gives you the straight facts on any tipster.

Let’s start off with the ugly side of tipster reporting with a few classic examples of misleading figures that some of the worst tipsters use…

  • Selective Results Reporting
  • Claiming the past 3 months results will have made you £5000, when the 3 months prior to that may have lost you £8000! 
  • Poor Return For Your Investment
  • Claiming to have made £1000 profit, however you would needed to have risked £100,000 in order to make that.
    Ridiculously High Stakes

    Tipsters that work to £500 per bet to try and make their profit figures look more impressive.

It can be a jungle out there trying to find the right tipster but one way to ignore these misleading stats is to use a simple calculation called Return on Capital.

Capital One

Return on Capital (or ROC) is a really effective measure that translates how much your money has grown in relation to its starting point. It is a simple percentage figure, which is very easy to calculate – even Robbie Savage could work it out!
Although if Robbie does join us here at SBC, he will see we also produce the ROC each month for every service we monitor.

To explain ROC, say for example you put £5000 into a high interest account and at the end of the year you had £6000. Well your profit is £1000, but your ROC is the percentage increase, which in this instance is 20%.

(To get this figure simply divide 100 by your starting amount – £5000 and then multiply by the profit – £1000).

Sadly, these days you are very unlikely to get anywhere near that amount of ROC from £5000 in traditional savings accounts.

This is why more and more people are turning to alternative ways of investing their money – such as through betting, where with the right people guiding you, the ROC can be very appealing.

The ROC From Our Best Services

To help explain how useful ROC is a bit further, I am going to show you the exact ROC amounts for each of the 9 top-rated racing tipsters we recommended in 2010. If you have yet to do so, you can see all the profit figures for each of these tipsters at this blog post, but in the table below are the exact ROC figures.

To unpack this table further, we recommend a betting bank figure for each service (2nd column) and next to that you can see the points profit for 2010 that this service made. In the final column is the exact Return on Capital amount in percentage terms.

The top performer was Service 7, with a whopping 455% increase in 2010. To put that in financial terms, if you had started the year with £5000, this would have become £27,552 by the end of it.

Of course they are by far and away the top performers, but still any of Services 3 through to 9 would have made at least 23.72% up to 147.27% ROC.

Much more than any bank is going to offer you in the current economic climate!

And if you find yourself approached by a tipster claiming results that look too good to be true, be sure to ask them about their own Return on Capital. If they don’t know what this is or refuse to answer, then you may well have dodged a bullet!

Find out More

If you find these kind of stats helpful then you will love our monthly Tipster Report, which gives you the latest ROC for around 35 of the very best tipsters out there. We also calculate other useful figures for you, such as Strike-Rate, ROI and our very own power ranking, which we call ROI+.

All of these stats are provided for the most recent month, past 6 and 12 months as well as all-time performance. You have every possible stat to make the most accurate and informed choice as to the tipster(s) that will make you the most money!

Sign up today for instant access with a Smart Betting Club membership.

A Year in Racing Tipsters


With the start of the New Year, it’s an optimal time to update you all on the progress of the 9 Hall of Fame racing tipsters I have been blogging about in the past few months, which you can also familiarise yourself with via my 2 previous articles from November and December.

The big question therefore now that 2010 is done, is just what the exact figures were for the full 12 months if you followed each racing tipster in on every bet they supplied that year.

That includes betting in all types of races, weather, courses and conditions and with all manner of race distances, jockeys, trainers and form to consider.

My Granny might be able to make a profit over 10 bets simply by sheer luck, but over a full 12 months and a large number of bets – it takes real skill to eke out a profit.

2010 IN FULL!

Here in full therefore are the complete statistics for the 9 racing tipsters services that are part of our Smart Betting Club Hall of Fame…

(Please note – the actual names of each tipster have been protected and are available to full SBC members only).

As this table reveals there has been some outstanding results from this group of tipsters, with Service’s 3, 6 and 9 all achieving a Return on Investment of over 20%. What this means is that for every £100 you risked, you would win back at least £20 in profit. In fact 8 out of these 9 have all made a profit with only Service’s 1 and 2 making a small loss and profit respectively and so letting the side down slightly.

Here at the Smart Betting Club, many of our members follow these tipsters together and combined all 9 would have made £9124 at just £10 stakes. On a basic points profit level this equates to 912.4 pts over the full year from 6838 bets at a ROI of 13.83%. Whichever way you look at it, the profits have been very strong and we have no reason not to expect this to be replicated in 2011.

A Storming December!

Those of you who have been following these blog posts may well be keen to know the final progress since I last updated on the 6th December (Read here). How exactly did the 9 tipsters fare in the last month of the year? This is especially relevant when you consider the arctic conditions across much of the UK, which made punting very tricky at times.

Well the answer is that despite the weather, the majority of tipsters actually thrived and ended up posting a fantastic profit in December as these stats reveal…

Easily the most outstanding performer in December was Service 3, which picked up a 24.4 pt profit from the 24 bets advised at an amazing 131.89% Return on Investment. Noticeably 5 more tipsters also made a ROI in advance of 20%, with only Service 1 and Service 9 posting a loss.

Once again if we combined all 9 into a Racing Tipster portfolio, the returns are outstanding with a 28.86% ROI and over £4610 at just £50 stakes from 373 bets.

Horses for courses – Sensible money management

Of course, in reality, it wouldn’t make sense to simply lump £50 on every bet. Some tipsters have a higher strike rate or bet turnover than others meaning you’d burn through your money prematurely unless you set up a proper betting bank.

For example in the whole of 2010, Service 7 advised 3654 bets, whilst Service 3 only gave out 259. It would be wrong to place the same amount of money on each bet so  we adjust the amounts we place based upon each service and its strategy.

For example – in the table below we have £80 on each Service 3 bet and £25 on each Service 7 bet.

By using some sensible money management and employing what we call betting banks, you can make your betting much more efficient.

Below is an example of the type of staking and subsequent profit levels we would suggest for each service this season.

The average stake works out to be around £70 per point risked. The total profit via this method for all 9 services would be £35,450.64 and you would also have the peace of mind that you are staking correctly on each service.

Now we’re not suggesting everyone should follow all of these racing tipsters, but it does give you an idea of the importance of varying your stakes depending on the service.

Help Is At Hand

If you are not familiar with the idea of a betting bank and are keen to find out more, than help is at hand as a member of the Smart Betting Club.

As a new member you can access all our beginner’s advice on money management, which contains easy to follow guidance on how to apply all of this to your own betting.

The learning curve for understanding it all is low and once you have a grasp on it, you could see your betting improve exponentially just like many of our members.

Also, if you’re keen to find out all the details on the 9 racing tipsters above, their identities and how you can start following them, all of this is available as a Smart Betting Club member.

We place thousands of pounds ourselves each week following these tipsters so as always we put our money where our mouth is.

Sign up for a Smart Betting Club membership here today.

The Latest On Our 9 Top-Rated Racing Tipsters

With snow falling all across the UK and horse racing only taking place at the likes of Kempton and Wolverhampton last week, no doubt many of you who enjoy betting on the sport of kings (like me) will have been kicking your heels in the past few days.

Whenever this happens I find it the perfect time for a bit of a catch-up and reflection on just how my own betting is going. Therefore I wanted to update you on the latest performance of the 9 top-rated racing tipsters that we monitor and report upon at the Smart Betting Club. To quickly re-cap, these 9 tipster services are all currently in our Hall of Fame – that is fully recommended by us as worth following with your own money.

You can find my original article on the racing tipster performance between January and October here and with the publication of our latest Smart Betting Club newsletter (#55 out last Tuesday), we have all the stats from November to share with you.

That leaves us with 11 full months of racing bets over all types of weather, courses and conditions to check out so let me show you the latest…

November at a Glance

First off a look at how these 9 recommended tipsters fared this November, which isn’t always the easiest of months given the transition from flat to jumps racing.

(Please note – the actual names of each tipster have been protected and are available to full SBC members only).

It was another profitable month, with 8 of the 9 services active (Service 3 resumed on the 1st of December) and 5 of these 8 making a profit. At £10 stakes, the return overall would have been £348.70, which converts to £3,487 at £100 a bet.

The standouts from November were Service’s 2, 4, 5 and 6 who all made a Return on Investment of 29% or more (this basically means that for every £100 staked, you win £29 profit). The biggest loss of the month came from Service’s 6 and 7 although as we will see shortly, they have been on fire for most of the year, so we can forgive them one bad month!

The Scores on the Doors

Of course, we should never read too much into just 1 month’s isolated performance figures as what matters most is that these services produce the goods over time.

Here at SBC we are only interested in those tipsters that can repeatedly make a profit for our members, year in, year out. Anyone can get lucky over a short space of time and bag a few winners, but real skill only becomes obvious over time.

On a side note, does anyone remember the test once carried out, which compared the performance of tips picked by uber-dodgy tipster Derek ‘Thommo’ Thompson against that of a tortoise? It’s become a bit of an urban myth but apparently the tortoise actually won, which just goes to prove the point about getting ‘lucky’ over a short number of bets.

With this in mind, check-out the long-term performance of all our 9 top-rated racing tipsters since the start of 2010.

Combined, these racing tipsters on the whole of performed very well, with a clear consistent profit from 7 of the 9 services. Each tipster has their own methodology, some advise multiple bets each day, some a handful each week and it goes to show there are many ways to skin a betting cat!

The only disappointments are Service 1 and 2, although both of these performed very well in 2009 and are perhaps best considered ‘very patient’ options. With a number of newly reviewed racing tipsters pushing hard for a Hall of Fame space, the pressure is on them to improve before too long.

Find Out More…

If you are keen to find out all the details on the 9 racing tipsters above, their identities and how you can start following them, all of this is available as a Smart Betting Club member.

We place thousands of pounds ourselves each week following these tipsters so as always we put our money where our mouth is.

Sign up for a Smart Betting Club membership here today and gain instant access to all our information.

Our Top-Rated Horse Racing Tipsters

In the last few months I have been blogging on the details of our 7 top-rated football tipsters that we monitor as part of our service. You can find my latest blog post on this here.

However, here at the Smart Betting Club we don’t just monitor football tipsters as we proof all manner of services focusing on sports as diverse as Darts, Tennis and NFL.

Along with football though, it’s horse racing tipsters that make up the bulk of the services that we actually monitor. Racing, after all is synonymous with betting. So just how profitable have our top rated racing tipsters been? Well let me show you…

The 9 Best Racing Tipsters We Recommend

At this moment in time, we currently recommend 9 different racing tipster services in our Smart Betting Club Hall of Fame.

A Hall of Fame ranking effectively means we give that service a full recommendation as one you can trust to join with  own money. We don’t just talk theory here as we follow most of these tipsters with our own cash so know what we are talking about.

Such a ranking takes time to achieve with often a minimum of 12 months proven success, a strong professional operation and ease of following some of the main requirements.

Below you can see the exact performance from all 9 of our Hall of Fame racing tipsters since the start of 2010.

(Please note – the actual names of each tipster have been protected and are available to full SBC members only).

What This Table Tells Us

The vast majority of services have seen some outstanding performance, with Service 7 in-particular making some fantastic profits via their very busy approach. They average around 400 bets a month and at simple £10 stakes you would have made over £5,350 during this period. Many of our members follow this service at more than £30 a point, which would work out at over £16k this year alone. Thanks to our recommendation, Service 7 now operates a waiting list policy, but spaces open up quickly and it’s SBC members who are usually at the front of the queue because we are the only place to recommend them.

Service 7 does take the focus due to its high bet approach but the best Return on Investment service is actually number 9, with 24.28%. What the ROI figure means is that for every £100 staked you would win £24.28 back. Not far behind on that front is Service 6 with a 22.13% ROI and Service 8 with 18.99%.

All combined if you had followed the majority of our recommended services you would be showing a substantial profit. The only slight letdowns have been Service’s 1 and 2, which are both very long-term tipsters, which will reward those most patient. We are confident both of these will pick-up before long.

Find Out More…

If you are keen to find out all the details on the 9 racing tipsters above, their identities and how you can start following them, all of this is available as a Smart Betting Club member.

We place thousands of pounds ourselves each week following these tipsters so as always we put our money where our mouth is.

In our most recently published SBC Issue we also shared our beginner’s strategy on money management, which contains easy to follow guidance on how to best follow these tipsters.

Not sure where to start? How to follow most effectively? How much to stake?

All of this and more in answered in this Issue and it’s a great time to get started.

Sign up for a Smart Betting Club membership here today.