- High Profitability
- High ROI
- Achievable Odds
- Easy To Use
- Non-Automated Payments
- No Explanations For The Bets
- No Historical Stats
- Manual Payments
Who Are They?
Ron Williams is a gentleman who has been involved in racing for a long time one way or another and has amassed a very impressive knowledge of the sport. I’ve followed his tipping on and off for the last few years with considerable success, however, I have never formally recorded his results. Ron has recently launched a new service over the internet to prove himself as a tipster.
What Do They Claim?
“With big winners, consistent profits and impressive return-on-investment Ron has earned his reputation as one of the UK’s leading horse racing experts.”
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Cracking start to the trial. First day Ron picks the winner of the July Cup to open up and early 5 points profit. However, the next few days he could only manage nearly moments and he finished the first week basically even. The next week his poor run continued. By the end of the second week he had only mustered a pretty dismal 5 winners from 32 (15.6% Strike Rate). I’ve seen his tips for years but even I was starting to doubt his ability at this point. But any doubts soon vanished.
Ron returned a cracking 18/1 winner with Glorious Artist that obliterated the field and returned Ron to profit in some style. More winners soon followed and he ended the 3rd week 18.5 points in profit. Then 3 winners from 4 bets ensured we didn’t make it beyond the 4th week and completed the 30-points-profit trial. Ron finished with an impressive 35.48 points profit and a scintillating 46.08% Return-on-Investment (ROI).
I don’t know why I doubted him to be honest. I knew Ron was good and boy did he show it. Since the trial Ron has continued to win more money and is still operating with a +30% ROI. Very impressive!
|Points Profit:||+ 35.48 points|
|Standardised Profit:||+35.48 points|
|Subscription Price:||£37 p/m|
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