The Racing Angle – Tipster Street Review

the racing angle review

the racing angle reviewUpdate: After continuous poor results, The Racing Angle has been discontinued.

The Racing Angle is a horse racing tipster service on the Tipster Street platform.

The service sends out an email every morning between 9am and 11am advising any bets for the day.

All selections are advised as either 2pt win bets or 1pt each way bets and the results are recorded at the Betfair Starting Price.

At the time of writing, The Racing Angle has made a total profit of 89.25 points to date since its launch in January 2014 with a return on investment of 2.96%.


I started my 2 month trial of The Racing Angle on the 31st of August. Below are my results.

All results are recorded to 1pt level stakes (as a pose to advised stakes) and all results are recorded to Betfair SP with the standard 5% commission deducted from any winning bets.

You can also find out how The Racing Angle would have performed to advised stakes over this same period in the stats below the main results.

In the results below, £10 has been assigned to represent 1 point.


the racing angle results

Running Bank

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The Racing Angle Stats

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The trial of The Racing Angle got off to a good start and reached a high point of 21.58pts profit about midway through the trial.

However, the second half of the trial did not go so well and the final result of the trial was a total loss of -17.37 pts to level stakes and a larger loss of -34.75 pts to advised stakes.

How Much Does The Racing Angle Cost?

A subscription to The Racing Angle will cost £4.99 for your first month. After that you have 3 options.

Monthly – £19.95 each month

Quarterly – £39.95 every 3 months

Lifetime – £159.95 for lifetime access

Final Thoughts On The Racing Angle

The poor result over the trial period combined with low ROI of 2.96% this service has produced since it’s launch means that this service is a no go for me.

You can find a bigger ROI than that in most ISA’s, so when you also consider the risk factor here it isn’t really worth considering this as a serious investment.

P.S. If you want to find some tipsters that are worth following you can check out the recommended tipster portfolio here.