Provided as a part of the Betfan Stable of tipsters, and operated by a tipster known simply as Matt, Unity Racing Club is a horse racing tipster service that uses a high risk high yield set up.
What is the product?
Unity Racing Club is an email based tipster service that provides tips almost daily to its subscribers. Tips are for horse racing with bets being comprised of a combination of single, each way and double bets. According to the proofing that Betfan provide, Unity Racing Club has achieved a strike rate of 33.92% with odds going as high as 5 points. Matt will typically send out between 2 and 4 bets per day with selections coming from a combination of experience and dealings with a network of informants. Matt claims that he has followed horse racing for most of his life, even living in famous horse racing areas (where his network was first established) and has even made sold horses as a private agent.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
You can buy a subscription to Unity Racing Club for £57 per month or £114 per quarter. Being a Betfan product there is no money back guarantee however they do state that you can submit refund requests for consideration. In terms of the profit that Unity Racing Club has produced, in less than 6 months the service has produced an overall profit of 746.39 points.
Does the product provide value for money?
There is no denying that Unity Racing Club has produced a solid profit and as such represents value for money now, but I am less convinced by the long term prospects.
Unity Racing Club has done very well and in the space of time that it has been operational I don’t think that I have seen a more successful service. This is based however on some very large stakes and whilst a losing streak would take a while to wipe out your bank, I feel that the set up of Unity Racing Club is inherently risky, especially when you consider that if you are using £10 stakes, you could be exposing £200 per day to the market and in real world terms, that is a lot of money.