Created by Paul Fowlie, The Horse Whisperer is a tipster service that follows the selections given by the professional bettor.
What is the product?
The Horse Whisperer is a service built around the knowledge of the creator of the system, Paul Fowlie. He claims to be a specialist in Northern race courses which suggests that there is a lot of form and statistical analysis in a very specific niche. The copy for The Horse Whisperer even goes as far as to state that he has built up a fine knowledge by attending meetings up to 3 times each week. This ultimately seems to get results though. The Horse Whisperer provides selections daily with betting advice on accumulators, triples and doubles. So far this has achieved a strike rate of 55% according to Paul Fowlie. Selections are uploaded to a member’s area on the day of races.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The Horse Whisperer is subscription based starting at £60 per month with a quarterly option that is available at a reduced rate of £135 for a quarter. It is worth noting that Sports World Publishing (the tipster stable behind The Horse Whisperer) seemingly don’t offer any money back guarantee on their products. In terms of the rate of return, Paul Fowlie claims that The Horse Whisperer has made £21,108 profit since January. Given the fact that this is using £100 stakes this represents a points profit of 211.08 which sounds less impressive.
Does the product provide value for money?
Give the high purchase price I don’t think that The Horse Whisperer does really provide value for money.
The proits for The Horse Whisperer are not in my opinion, good enough. Paying £60 for an average 30 points just doesn’t make sense unless you have a big betting bank. That aside, even if you do have a large betting bank the fact is that there are more profitable services out there that cost less. The Horse Whisperer isn’t necessarily bad, but in a competitive market that isn’t enough.