Whenever a tipster service claims they tip horses based on “inside information”, as Elite Betting Syndicate claim they do, I am always very sceptical.
But the proof of any tipping service is in the results themselves, and Elite Betting Syndicate‘s results certainly seem impressive.
According to their website, the recorded results for their service date back to June 2015. In which time, their service has amassed a total profit of £3918.20 to date, when following their advised stakes at £10 per point.
The team behind the selections at Elite Betting Syndicate are all professional bettors, with backgrounds in racehorse ownership, and statistical analysis.
With their deep knowledge of horse racing, backgrounds in data analysis, and connections to many stables including Yorkshire, Somerset and Newmarket, they are able to provide UK horse racing tips that consistently make a profit for their members.
The service advises between 50-120 bets per month, and selections are sent out via email the evening before the racing. Usually between 5:30pm and 7:30pm.
All bets are advised at odds that a largely available at a number of major bookmakers. So as long as your getting your bets on shortly after receiving their email, you should be able to get your bets placed at the advised odds without any hassle.
Elite Betting Syndicate Review
Being impressed by the claimed results of this service, I decided to give it a go myself and trialed the service for 2 months.
I started trialing the service of the 27th of April. Below are my results.
All results are recorded to the services advised odds, and to 1 point level stakes of £10 per point, as a pose to the services advised stakes. This is to allow easy comparison between the results of this service and alternative services.
You can find details of how Elite Betting Syndicate would have performed to advised stakes below my results.
Well, after that trial, I think it’s safe to say that Elite Betting Syndicate have managed to live up to my high expectations of their service.
Apart from a very slight dip at the start of the trial, the trial stayed in the black throughout, piling up more an more profit, the longer the trial went on.
The only difference between my level stakes and their advised stakes was that I was staking £10 each way, on the each way bets for a total stake of £20, whereas EBS were advising a total stake of 1 point (£10) for the each way bets.
My level stakes achieved a slightly higher profit (12.47 points more) due to staking more money. However, EBS advised staking achieved a high Return On Investment.
Both staking strategies are very sensible staking plans, (unlike some tipsters who advise ridiculous stakes to make their results look better), so you could safely follow either and make a good profit.
How Much Does Elite Betting Syndicate’s Tips Cost?
If you sign up today, you can trial their tips for just £1.00 for your first 10 days.
After that, if you wish to continue benefiting from their service, the cost is £39 plus VAT. This is billed monthly until you choose to cancel your membership which you can do at any time.
Final Thoughts On Elite Betting Syndicate
I was extremely impressed with the Elite Betting Syndicate service.
The service made consistent profits throughout the trial and I can really see this service being a long term winner.
If you’re thinking about signing up for this service, you should know that not every month will go as good as they have during my trial. Every service, (even really great ones like Elite Betting Syndicate) have losing spells every now and then.
But based on the results of my trial, and the services past results, I can confidently say that I expect this service to continue making great profit for its members. Especially those who plan on sticking with the service over the long term.