Review

Flying Horse Stars Review – got your number?

In this Flying Horse Stars review, I’ll be checking out this big earner on the Tipstrr platform. At first glance, the numbers might look too good to be true, so I’ll be finding out what makes this tick and if you should invest your time and money.

Contents

What is Flying Horse Stars?

How does Flying Horse Stars Work?

How long does Flying Horse Stars take to set up?

How long does it take to use Flying Horse Stars?

How much can you make with Flying Horse Stars?

How much does Flying Horse Stars cost?

Flying Horse Stars Review Advantages

Flying Horse Stars Review Disadvantages

Flying Horse Stars Review Conclusion and Overall Rating

What is Flying Horse Stars?

We all like big numbers and that’s the first thing you’ll see on the Flying Horse Stars page on the Tipstrr website. A closer look will tell you that those big numbers are based on £25/pt instead of the more generally accepted £10/pt. It’s easy to see this and switch off – and I nearly did.

Flying Horse Stats Review

But, I thought, even 40% of those profits aren’t bad, especially when you consider that these results are from National Hunt racing. This code, as we all know, is painfully unpredictable. So, if a tipster is getting results like these, they are either very lucky or they really know their trade. I’m going to be finding out which.

How does Flying Horse Stars Work?

Part of the secret could be the number of tips. A lot of National Hunt tipsters go for one or two tips a day but with this service, you’ll get five or six. These will be each way bets staking a total of 2 points of your bank each bet. You’ll get these on the morning of the race, with plenty of time to get them on.

But, you won’t be surprised to find the odds are all quite high so you’ll want to act before they move too far. From what I’ve seen so far I’m expecting that the bank is kept topped up by frequent place results and the real profits are created by the winners. This is a strategy that works quite well provided enough of the place bets come in to stop huge chunks disappearing out of your bank.

How long does Flying Horse Stars take to set up?

Like all Tipstrr services, it’s just a couple of clicks, a Paypal form and you’re in. From then on it’s just as case of waiting for the tips to arrive.

You’ll need a few bookies accounts for this though. During the last day or so this tipster has used 888sport, Sky Bet, Willie Hills and Betfair Sportbook to get the advised odds. I know nearly everybody reading this will have accounts with the major bookies (and been banned by BetVictor).

But, if the last time you used some of those accounts was when you bagged a bonus or two, now is the time to make sure they are still active. You don’t want to miss out on a price because you’re waiting for a password reset email.

How long does it take to use Flying Horse Stars?

If you’ve got that lot organised, it shouldn’t take you too long. Getting them on at the advised prices (or somewhere near) is not easy. And you’ll have to make a few quick trips to oddschecker if you take too long placing these.

There’s no quick way to do this so best to leave 15 minutes or so each day. You could speed things up by going to the exchanges but you’ll struggle to get anything like the prices and you’ll lose any BOG benefits.

How much can you make with Flying Horse Stars?

Now we get to the big numbers I was talking about earlier. But, if you recalculate them at £10/pt they still look quite impressive. There have been months where not even the placed bets have come in (big loss) months when there have been big winners. These big ups and downs have made a very bumpy ride for an average of £250/month profit at £10/pt.

The key to these big numbers though is the ability to get the bets at the advised prices. I may have been unlucky but from what I saw, my habit of mentally knocking a third off of any profits quoted at high odds wasn’t far out here.

No matter how much you shave it down though, these aren’t bad profits. And, if the fees aren’t stupidly expensive, this is going to be a decent tipping service.

How much does Flying Horse Stars cost?

Tipstrr services always give you plenty of choices. You can pay in EUR or USD if pounds aren’t good enough. You’ll get the first 5 days for £1 to tempt you in through the door, then you have a lot of different options.

You can choose between £15 for 1 week, £29 a month, £69 for three months, £129 for six months or £239 for a year. Compared to the profits, these represent good value for money. The other reason I have rationalized these figures to a more sensible £10/pt is that a 150pt bank at £25 is £3750. Not everybody has that much to keep as a reserve.

Flying Horse Stats Review

Flying Horse Stars Review Advantages

The standout thing here is the profits. Even if you apply some common sense to the big numbers you see at the start, the smaller ones you’re left with are pretty decent. In simple terms, you’re getting £200 a month for 15 minutes pressing buttons each day.

Flying Horse Stars Review Disadvantages

The rest though is pretty complicated. You’ve got quite a few bets to get on quite quickly, across several bookmakers. No, you don’t have to be Einstein to do this but as tipping services go, this is really quite involved.

Flying Horse Stars Review Conclusion and Overall Rating

The bottom line is really about whether or not you think this is too much effort for the money. There are easier ways of getting £200 a month at £10/pt. There are cheaper ways too, but they are all much, much more boring.

Overall, I would recommend this service. You just need to be aware of what’s involved and how it will affect the numbers you’ll get as opposed to the ones you’ll see on the site.

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