In this Horse Network Tipster review, I’ll be looking at this tipping service that launched on the Betting Gods platform in June 2019. I’ll be finding out why this service had to have a proofing period a whole year and if that means you can’t trust it?
What is Horse Network Tipster?
Horse Tipster Network is a tipping service on the Betting Gods website. It had an extraordinarily long proofing period of 60 weeks before launching last summer. The website tells us ‘Harry’ wanted to prove what he wanted to do before he went live.
But if you take a look at the results, the early period of the proofing from last year contained a large number of doubles, trebles Yankees and Canadians. These became less as we went into this year and the service now consists mainly of win singles.
It’s almost as if there was a massive change in strategy part way through and the proofing had to be restarted. I’m guessing the fact one of those longshot bets came in and gave a massive boost to the figures is the only reason they are included at all.
For that reason, I’m ignoring anything that happened before the launch. However, what we’re left with does seem to be a pretty decent service.
How does Horse Network Tipster Work?
Decent, but not predictable. Some days you’ll get 1 bet, other days you’ll get 9. As I mentioned above these are mostly win singles at some quite high odds. I didn’t see anything below 6 and I saw plenty between 12 and 17.
These are advised the evening before so you’ll want to get these on quickly. The prices can move quite quickly and a horse that is 10/1 at 7.30 pm can be down to 7/1 by 8 pm. Getting these prices is key to getting the advised profits so you won’t want to waste any time.
You’ll be staking only 1 or 2 points at a time so your bank will be protected, and the odds do give you a chance to get some very handy winners.
How long does Horse Network Tipster take to set up?
Before you can do any of that you’ll need to get signed up and part with some cash. While you’re waiting for your first tips to arrive you’ll need to make sure you have live and active accounts with Bet365, BetVictor, Betway, SkyBet and William Hill who are this tipster’s preferred bookies.
If like most of us, you’ve been banned by BetVictor, you might want to use another account to take up the slack. You could even do this on the exchanges if you wanted (the bets are straightforward enough). But remember you’ll lose any BOG (best odds guaranteed) benefits you’d get with a bookmaker.
How long does it take to use Horse Network Tipster?
Even with 9 bets and using all of the bookies, you’d be hard pressed to take more than 15 minutes to get this lot on. You may have to go searching for the prices if you’re a bit late on these, so having oddschecker to hand is a good idea.
It’s worth taking the extra time because even at £10/pt, getting something at 10 instead of 7 is £30. And, with about 175 bets a month that can make a huge difference to your profits.
How much can you make with Horse Network Tipster?
Once you chop off what this service made before launch, the figures aren’t quite so impressive. The first month would have given you a 90pt profit but since then it’s just not made much money at all.
90pts in one month is brilliant but over 7 months isn’t necessarily bad, but you’d want better. So, with around £128 each month in profit – how much will you be paying in fees?
How much does Horse Network Tipster cost?
Like a lot of services, this one has a cheap introductory period. In this case, it’s £1.99 for the first 30days. (though I should mention if you go to the website and wait you’ll get offer 3 months for £18). After that, it’s £79.99 every three months or £129.99 for 6 months.
That works out to around 20% of the average monthly profit which is a bit on the high side for me, but one good month can make that look like a bargain. You’ll get a ClickBank guarantee when you buy this, so you should have no problems either cancelling or getting a refund in the first 30 days.
The tipster recommends a 200pt bank or £2000 at £10/pt. But, you won’t put much of a dent in that so you could probably go with 100pts if you wanted too.
Is Horse Network Tipster easy to use?
As tipping services go, this is one of the easiest I’ve come across. As the service is now, the bets are straightforward and you could give this to a beginner and they wouldn’t have too many problems. Of course, if you go back to the start of the proofing period there were Yankees and Canadians which are more from the advanced manual.
Horse Network Tipster Review Advantages
That ease of use a real plus, as is the simplicity of the staking. You’ll have enough bets to keep you occupied and enough winners to stop you from quitting, even if sometimes they are few and far between.
Horse Network Tipster Review Disadvantages
With all this going on, you might end up scratching your head as to why you aren’t making any money. The profits aren’t really good enough, which is aa shame because everything else about this service is really good.
Horse Network Tipster Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
Don’t get me wrong. If you followed this service for a year, I can’t see how you’d end up with less money than you started with. It’s just that it seems a bit all or nothing which leaves me a bit disappointed and I think you will be too.
That said, a couple of good months and this will look a lot better. For that reason, I would recommend you give this a go. But, you should go into this hoping for the best but expecting the average.