Created by Tevin Rynard and marketed through Tipster Street, Tevin Rynard Racing is an email based horse racing tipster service.
What is the product?
Tevin Rynard Racing is a horse racing tipster service that specialises in providing value bets for smaller field races. Despite this restriction of sorts, Tevin Rynard Racing covers all weather, flat, chase and hurdle races. Selections are sent out via email seven days a week, typically before 11am with an average monthly output of around 40 selections. Stakes are advised as 1 or 2 point bets on odds that range from 1.5 to 25+. The selections process for Tevin Rynard Racing is not discussed by Tevin Rynard which is rather disappointing however this is unfortunately commonplace with tipsters. Based off the fact that Tevin Rynard operates in a relatively small field, it seems likely that he has developed a highly specialised understanding. Whatever the technique, Tevin Rynard Racing has achieved a highly respectable average strike rate of 44.5%.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Tevin Rynard Racing is subscription based with a number of options available. A monthly subscription is usually £24.95 however your first month will cost you just £12.95. A quarterly subscription is £49.95 and an annual subscription is £239.95. There is no money back guarantee in place unfortunately. In terms of income, Tevin Rynard Racing has produced a profit of 312.02 points in just 6 months. This makes for an ROI of 70% and an average monthly profit of 52 points, all of which is highly commendable.
Does the product provide value for money?
For reasons that I shall explore below, I don’t believe that Tevin Rynard Racing does represent value for money at this moment in time.
Tevin Rynard Racing shows a lot of promise for a service that is only 6 months old. This isn’t a complete picture though as a look at the results show a massive decline for October and November with barely 15 points made over both months. This could be a blip on the radar or it could be indicative of something larger. Personally I would refrain from investing in Tevin Rynard Racing at this time as it looks to me like Tevin Rynard may struggle with winter months. That having been said I would also be keeping my eye on this looking for a tell tale upturn in performance.