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£1,847 Profit – March Tips Review

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Saturday April 1st 2017 - 12:18

We made almost £8,000 profit to tracked stakes in 2016 and a quarter of the way into 2017, we are well on the way to beating that figure on our free horse racing tips having already racked up £3,657 profit in 3 months. A huge start to March saw the first 5 days, producing winning slips at a record rate. It was always going to be difficult to maintain that pace and level of luck through the month but ending with £1,847 profit to tracked stakes was the 2nd best month since we started doing these reviews almost a year ago. Let’s break the month down by the numbers.

Win Acca +631.51 Profit

Five winning Acca’s in the first 16 days of the month saw the Win Accumulator in huge profit for the month. These included a £279 monster as part of a £369 Thursday profit on the 8th of March as well as a 25/1 winner the following Thursday at the Cheltenham Festival that had those who had taken the price on the Betway boost in clover. Four more acca’s would miss by one to end the month without another success but the overall profit for the month was our best ever for the bet, beating the £579.18 profit that we posted on the Acca in February.

Lucky 15 +£524.27 Profit

A monster winner on the very first of the month was the story on the Lucky 15 in March. 8 profitable days on the Lucky 15 in March but it was the £671 cracker to kick off the month that really got the ball rolling, That is now a profit on the Lucky 15 bet in 8 of the last 9 months with £685 profit on the bet now in 2017, following on from a successful 2016 where we made a £1,309 profit on what is always one of the most backed of all our tips!

Singles +£839.29

We have been banging the drum on the singles for a long time now. With no cash out, no other legs to help the bookies recoup, a single is the bet that they fear the most. We made another £839 profit in March to go along with the profits made in both January and February. A 66/1 winner was the highlight of the month but we also landed 2 X 16/1 scorers, a 14/1, 2 X 12/1 and a 10/1 winner at double figure prices, a 40/1 place and many more winners at single figure prices. Since we began to track the singles on May 1st 2016, we are a HUGE £6,640 in front with eyes firmly focused on topping that £7,000 barrier in a 12 month period, tracked to a £10 stake and all for FREE! Our singles are live on the site at 8.45am with our other horse racing tips.

Previews +£119.09

As requested by our followers, we are tracking our Previews as a separate entity now. A £222 profit in the first month of doing this in February has been backed up by another month of profit in March. They go up the night before, with a runner by runner look at a number of the following days races, giving followers a clearer picture of why we tip what we do, how we read form and come to our conclusions of what we are tipping.

Early Tip +£77.74

A solid month on the Early Value Tip making it 3 months out of 3 in 2017 with profit on the bet. It was a disappointing end to the month, giving back over £100 profit in the last week of March otherwise we would have been looking at a profit of almost £200 including a huge £160 on the 20th of March and £96 profit the Monday before that.

The March Bad

Incredibly disappointing to end another month with a NAP loss. We are all too aware that as the best bet of the day, it is always going to be one of the most popular bets and that the current form is not good enough. We are looking into ways that we can improve the selection process to make sure that this is the marquee bet that it is meant to be, although we are still carrying a £446 overall profit.

The Mega Acca continues to be a frustration and a second bad month on the Doubles in a row is something that we are going to have to look to address but we are £288.79 in profit on the bet in 2017 to add to the profit of £1,171.73 that we racked up in 2016 so long term the bet is still very profitable.

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