Now usually when it comes to tipster services you tend to get what you pay for, but Gary Priestley’s Horse Racing Tips is proving itself to be an exception to that rule.
Gary used to work as a bookmaker between 1988 and 2003 and has been providing horse racing tips via Twitter for a number of years. He has now moved his tipping from Twitter to the Tipsters Review platform where his tips are posted daily at around 7pm.
Gary tends to tip horses with fairly high odds and advises a 1 point each way stake on all his bets. Since March 2013 his tips have produced an impressive profit of over 1300 points. Not bad for a free tipster service.
I started my trial of the Gary Priestley’s Horse Racing Tips on the 29th of September. Below are my results.
All results are recorded to the best bookmaker odds available when the tips were advised.
Final Thoughts On Gary Priestley’s Horse Racing Tips
I had high hopes for this review and Gary Priestley’s Horse Racing tips managed to live up to those expectations by raking in a profit of 108.96 points in just 2 months. (£1089.60 to £10 each way stakes)
Over the two month trial the service made a 22.15% return on investment with a 25.61% strike rate.
The only downside to this service is the losing runs between the big winners as is always the case when between on high odds horses. However, the place wins tended to cancel out a lot of the losses over our trial and the big winners put us well into profit.
If you’d like to start following Gary Priestley’s Horse Racing Tips you can find them posted at Tipsters Review each evening (usually between 7pm and 8pm).
You can also follow @TipstersReview on twitter for updates as to when they are online.