It has been a long time since I updated the horse racing tips results on this blog. With membership full, I guess I lost a lot of motivation to do so. However gentle chiding from the current membership has brought about this update.
Ok, so where are we? The last time I updated the profit and loss figures was way back on 14 April. So lets have a catch up. Before I get into the meat and bones, I will tell you that over the 7 months we had 238 horse racing tips, 16 won (i.e they were losers for us) and the profit was £9615.70.
That is the headline, but do read on to appreciate how we make our profits. Hint: it wasn’t all smooth sailing.
April started brightly and looked to be following the course of all our other months. however we layed 4 winners over the space of a few days and this took us into the red. We spent the rest of the month recovering from this stumble and ended up with a profit of £8.50 to £100 stakes.
May started badly, but we were in the black by the 10th of the month. By the end of the month we had 42 horse racing tips and 3 won giving us a profit of £494.25
June and July were very good months. In June we had 33 horse racing tips and 2 losers. Our profit for the month was £1524.05. Our lay bets performed just adequately in July we had 36 tips and 4 losers the profit for the month was £542.60
August was a monster of a month. We had 32 horse racing tips and all 32 lost (i.e we won) making the profit £3200 to £100 stakes. Wouldn’t it be nice if every month was like this – but we live in the real world, don’t we?
September started badly with 2 winners on the first day. But we had levelled out by the 12th and then it was profit all the way. The figures read 29 tips, 2 losers, £951.30 profit.
October saw us flying again. All of our horse racing tips duly lost, so come the last day of the month we were £3500 ahead. But we had a loser on the last day, and that left us with £2835 for the month.
I hope now that you can get a better feel for the type of tips we offer. If you are joining for one month, hoping to get rich quick, forget it. I don’t really want you as a member. If you are in it for the long term and are willing to brave the losers with the winners, and won’t whine along the way, then you are the sort of person I want.