Created by George Whitehead, Profit on the Horses is a horse racing tipster service from an alleged ex punter who decided to start making his own selections.
What is the product?
Profit on the Horses is a horse racing tipster service that provides users with daily selections based on George Whitehead’s system. A system that rather unfortunately isn’t detailed anywhere, something I would have liked to have seen given the fact that he claims that he started betting independently after getting sick of “scams and tricks” that tipsters use. Profit on the Horses will provide subscribers with 1-5 bets per day which are a combination of each way and win bets depending on the number of runners. George Whitehead claims that his system has allowed Profit on the Horses to reach a win strike rate of 24.3% and a place strike rate of 48%.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Profit on the Horses is cheap and that is arguably the bulk of the appeal. At £9.95 per month or £49.95 for a year it is certainly affordable. On top of this Profit on the Horses comes with a 60 day money back guarantee as it is sold through ClickBank. In terms of income, Profit on the Horses has allegedly produced a profit of 174.57 points since January. This amounts to 17.45 points of profit per month.
Does the product provide value for money?
Whilst the price certainly provides a degree of value I am not entirely sold on Profit on the Horses.
Profit on the Horses is a great tipster service for those on a budget. The 60 day money back guarantee means that you can minimise your risk whilst really giving the service a fair chance. The story behind Profit on the Horses however seems rather questionable to me and I would certainly preferred to have seen some information on the selection process. Personally I don’t think I’d put my time into Profit on the Horses, however I can see the appeal to some people and the fact that paper betting means that you can trial this with no liability is a strong plus.