About Quentin Franks Racing:
As legendary perhaps as his close show biz pal Quentin Tarantino, there has been a lot of talk about Quentin Franks, the horse racing tipster from BettingGods.com, so I thought I’d take a look.
Quentin Franks has been following the horses for over two decades now, and since July 2014, he’s been sharing his years of knowledge and talent for picking winners with fellow punters, via the Betting Gods platform.
With his service, every morning, just before 9 a.m., he publishes his tips for the day’s racing. Some days there will be one or two bets, other days there might be four or five.
The tips are available to you via email, through the member’s area and via the free mobile app. Quentin sends 90 tips per month on average, with odds at a median of 7.10.
The stats from 2014 to now can be found on the service’s website, and are based on every tip that Quentin has sent since then. Since 2014, he has turned a £13,407 profit from £10 bets.
Wow! This horse racing tipster broke through the 1,000 point barrier so is deserving of some respect. That’s all well and good if you have a DeLorean and a mad scientist friend who can take you back to January 2014. But what we need to know is whether Mr Franks will deliver for us now, if we join him now. It costs £47 a month.
By the end of 2019, a 230-point profit is keeping up appearances for Mr Franks. It’s predominantly a win- only service and the odds for selections chosen can be relatively high. With that in mind, it takes a marginal winning run to turn things around. Indeed, that has been the case in the closing months of 2019.
I noticed that the bank in January 2020 was at a similar level to where it stood on the 10th May 2019. This suggests the Quentin Franks tips are a slow burner, only gradually nudge-up the betting bank. The second half of 2019 has seen some stagnation but the calendar year shows profit (most of which was earned in the first half of 2019).
There is that niggle with this service. Had you joined on 10th May 2019, and paid £47 per month, come year-end you’d have made no profit whatsoever but forked out £472. How much patience would you have? A long-term look at results would probably have you keeping some faith in Quentin Franks. You are paying for a past history of delivering.
By end of March 2020, he was up 25 points profit. By end of August 2020, it was up 82.21 points profit. Quentin Franks did continue with his horse racing tips during lockdown on, naturally, other-than-UK races.
By end of September it was at 110.72 points profit 2020 year-to-date and another milestone for the 1,000 points man. He’d now like to be called the 1,500 points man!
However, the month ended with a losing run of 29. This must necessitate a long-term focus on your behalf. If you had joined the service at the start of that recent 29-bet losing sequence your perspective would be a lot different to those who joined in January 2020, or even at inception in 2014!
The fact that Quentin Franks has broken the 1,500-point profit barrier for the life of the service is a reason for the £47 per month subscription charge.
By the end of 2020, Quentin had amassed a 91.6-point profit. But Quentin Franks does, like any service, has losing runs, some in the 20s+ so you have to be willing to stick these these out if needs be.
If you can handle long losing runs, this profit-making service is a no-brainer. At the end of the first quarter of 2021, Quentin had created 64.33 points profit: excellent stuff. I do like Quentin Franks tips over time.