Elite Racing Advice Review

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About Elite Racing Advice:

Elite Racing Advice is a national hunt horse racing tipping service, ran by two experienced racing tipsters and enthusiasts (Dan and Ben) who use detailed form study and value seeking for picking selections.

The horse racing tipping service provides selections most days, posted to customers in a private Facebook group, private WhatsApp group, and by email on the morning they take place. It costs £35 a month.

My Review:

I first started looking at Elite Racing Advice in November 2019, when there had not been an update of results since the end of September 2019, in what was a torrid second half of that year.

April, May, June, July, August and October all saw losing months in 2019. November did impress, though, with a 98.78-point return and that was followed up with December profit.

A 9.87-point profit for 2019 as of 31st October 2019 became 121 points profit by year-end. A Lazarus-like comeback.

You would need to a strong stomach to swallow six consecutive losing months and the £35 x 6 monthly fees.

2020 saw a 12.87-point loss in January, negated by a 25.69-point profit for February, but by August 2020, there was a 12.36-point loss year-to-date.

However, the tipster professes to be a Jumps specialist, so September onwards should be where the service shines however a 14 points profit year to date in September fell to a 0.5-point profit by the end of October.

November 2020 saw a slight improvement on that, but the service suffered an 8.66-point loss for 2020.

Then nothing unfortunately… no further results reported in 2021. The last three months of 2020 and first four months of 2021’s results are not forthcoming.

Overall Summary:

Despite the 113.16-point profit for 2019, there was an 8.33-point loss for 2020 and no results updated beyond October 2020. So for now this isn’t one we can recommend.

WRWM Verdict: