Created by Steve Good and marketed by Winning Information Network, Steve Good Racing is a relatively new horse racing tipster service.
What is the product?
Steve Good Racing is a tipster service offering subscribers daily selections for horse races across the UK. The service is handled through the Betfan group where Steve Good Racing previously showed a lot of potential under their Tipster Planet program that sets out to find the best tipsters. Steve Good Racing uses a variety of different bets and stakes to maximise the profits which proves successful to a degree but also presents a lot of risk. Bets draw heavily on the knowledge Steve Good which is based around form and a knowledge of jockeys and trainers. Selections are for single, double and in some cases treble bets with staking that varies from 1 to 5 points. According to Betfan’s proofing Steve Good Racing has an average strike rate in the 6 months it has been operational of 47.69%. Whilst this looks fine the last three months of tips have actually been around the 30% mark.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Whilst Steve Good Racing isn’t as expensive as some of Betfan’s products, it is still pretty expensive when compared directly to the competition. Subscriptions are available for £45 per month or £90 per quarter. As with all Betfan products there isn’t a money back guarantee as such however they do say that they will review requests. In terms of income, Steve Good Racing has produced a 660.55 points of profit in just 6 months. Furthermore there have been no losing months in the period either.
Does the product provide value for money?
Looking purely at the numbers, Steve Good Racing looks pretty good however I am not convinced that it is value for money for reasons that I shall explore below.
Steve Good Racing is pretty expensive but this is far from the biggest problem with the service which says a lot. For me the biggest problem is the aforementioned risk. Over the last 3 months there have been a number of losing streaks which have produced some pretty substantial losses. This is mostly down to the staking system used by Steve Good Racing. Some people may well be happy to go into Steve Good Racing knowing this with an eye on the profits but I can’t help but feel that when Steve Good Racing has a losing month, it will be a big one.