Trainer Track Stats – Introduction
30th April 2012
Sergeant John Introducing Trainer Track Stats
Welcome to the new review of the horse racing service – Trainer Track Stats – a well-established system which claims to have made profits for six straight years, without a losing year.
The man at the helm is pro-punter Gavin Priestley, although he does say ‘we’ and ‘our’ a lot on his sales site, which seems to suggest he is not simply a one-man band, but I do not mind working with any member of the orchestra if the results are good!
The cost is a single, one-off, payment of £39 for the complete Trainer Track Stats Package, which includes four pdf manual files outlining the service and useful tips, packed with statistical information to identify the profitable trends that certain trainers have developed in specific races or with specific horses, but also a daily email service with every qualifying selection. There is also a guarantee of a complete refund should you not be happy with the results within 30 days of your purchase.
Trainer Track Stats involves backing horses, preferably on Betfair to ensure better prices, at certain odds and only during the Flat Racing season from 1 May 2012 to 31 October 2012. I shall be reviewing during that entire period.
You back the selections using level stakes and for this review I shall be using a 250-point bank with stakes of five points per selection.
Although this is described as a marathon and not a sprint service, over the past six years, starting in 2006-2007, it has earned 373 points, that is an average of 62 points a year, a profit which would compliment any punters’ portfolio.
Let us hope it lives up to its previous profit statistics with a good start tomorrow.