RF Horse Racing Tips Review

Ronan, the man behind the RF Racing Tips, is a full-time professional horse racing tipster who loves analysing data. He eats, sleeps data!

Each and every tip has gone through extensive research including biorhythmic sequences and seasonal patterns, pace and speed mapping analysis and much more.

This means members can be reassured that there is some logic to his tips.

Before going live, as with all Betting Gods tipsters, Ronan went through an extensive vetting period to prove that they can deliver a profit long-term. In Ronan’s case this was, wait for it, 41 weeks!

In that time, and since going live, the RF Horse Racing Tips service has grown its betting bank by 173% and has returned a monthly average of £130.69 to its members. For the most up-to-date figures click here.

Quick service overview

Ronan relies on his passion for digging deep into race statistics to spot values bets. The RF Horse Racing Tips service recommends, mostly, 1pt each way bets, 2pt wins and the occasional 3 pointers.

In order to keep the strike rate high, Ronan recommends going each way on horses priced at 5/1 or above.

For those who want to protect their betting accounts, who recommend only doing each way on tips priced 8/1 or over.

Receiving the Tips
There are 3 ways to receive Ronan’s tips, meaning you should never miss a tip. The tips are sent to members,’ via email, and they are also pinged to the Betting Gods app. The app is available on the iOS and Android platform. Members’ can also log into the members’ area on the Betting Gods website.

Frequency & Amount of Tips
On average, there are approximately 40 tips sent each month. Tips are issued the night before, usually between 6.30pm and 8.00pm. This is great for member’s whose bookies accounts are not restricted.

For those with gubbed accounts, this service can be profitable to Betfair SP.

Typical Odds & Availability
Since launching, the average odds of RF Racing Tips is 7.50 and his strike rate is over 32%. As mentioned before this high strike rate includes placing each way bets that could actually result in a loss.

At the time of issuing tips, the advertised odds should be available with 7 of the leading bookies. We found these odds attainable, but they did tend to contract over the first few hours.

The recorded results do not use Best Odds Guaranteed and any R4’s is included. For the most up-to-date figures click here.

Staking and Betting Bank

Most of the tips tend to be 1pt each way or 2pt wins, with the occasional 3 pointer thrown in. The 2pt selections tend to be 4/1 or below.

We recommended your betting bank size is 75 points. If you bet £10 per point, you would need access to £750. Having the correct sized betting bank is critical to any bettor’s long-term success.

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Cost of the Service

Currently, there are two options to trial the service. Pay £1.99 for 15 Days or 105 Days for just £29.00.

You are not tied to any contracts, free to cancel anytime and will receive any payments made in the last 30 days. Betting Gods is a brand you can trust.

Return on Investment

At the time of this post, the RF Horse Racing Tips service has returned a monthly average of £130.69 to its members. For the most up-to-date figures click here.

A typical tipping email sent by RF Racing Tips

19th December Selections

13:40 Newcastle, Protek Des Flos

2pt win @ 4.33 Bet365, Skybet, William Hill, 888sport, Betvictor, Betfair Sportsbook, Paddy Power, Betfred, Betway, Boylesports, 10bet, Sportnation, RedZone, Ladbrokes, Coral, Mr Play, BetRegal, Grosvenor Sport.

13:50 Ascot, Early Du Lemo

1pt each way @ 8.50 Skybet, Betfair Sportsbook, Paddy Power, Betvictor, Betfred, Betway, Boylesports, Gentingbet, Ladbrokes, Quinnbet

(3 places @ 1/5th)

This is followed up by an update that contains the rationale behind Ronan’s selections.

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Ronan @ RF Racing Tips says:

19 December 2020 at 09:06

13:50 Ascot – Race Preview

Trainer Gary Moore has a habit of popping up with decent price winners with his handicap chasers once they step up in trip, oddly enough by three furlongs as the selection is doing today. Last year he sent only the one runner in these circumstances, Flaminger who won easily on the 16/12/20 having been second previously over three furlongs shorter, stepping up from 17 furlongs to 20 furlongs, similar to today and the year before he sent Argyle (the only other runner in these circumstance) to win on the 13/5/19 having raced over 3 furlongs shorter previously before winning of odds of 9.00, again stepping from a shorter distance of 18 furlongs to 21 furlongs. Prior to that he operated differently but still working in the same manner by stepping his runners up in distance or lower by three furlongs for his handicap chasers, both Golanavo and Reblis proved the case during their past career. In between that time, he also only sent 2 runners at Ascot (Todays track) where there were was also 3-furlong discrepancy between trips from their previous outing. One being Anthony a winner at 13.00 at this track who stepped up by 3 furlongs in distance when winning at this venue, the other horse was Vino Gregio a winner at 3.75 again like the selection was stepping up in trip by 3 furlongs.

The selection gave an indication he was well worth a try over this distance, his only one other attempt at this distance over fences, he fell early on so hard to know what would have happened but he was well backed from historical data price charts from 26/00 to 12.00 that day, not surprising given the information above with his trainers record in these circumstances with his open handicap chasers in these circumstances. He stayed on well last time out despite being off the track for nearly a year and his trainer has a very good record with his handicap chasers on thier second outing after a lengthy layoff. The selection jumped very well in the main last time out and finished strongly behind a course specialist that was well handicapped on past from, if he comes on for that run as you’d hope being his first run in a while than he should hopefully go well off near bottom weight considering some of his form shown over fences previously where some of the horses he faced have gone on to be rated higher subsequently over fences.

Ronan @ RF Racing Tips says:

19 December 2020 at 09:07

13:40 Newcastle – Race Preview

Trainer Ben Haslam has a decent win strike rate in non-novice handicap chase races (34.32%) at this track and a healthy level stakes profit to £1 stakes, returning a further £87.46p to Industry SP since he had his first runner in this type of specific race at this track. Interestingly, 64.71% of those winners were supplied by Racehorse owner JP Mcmanus who has more National Hunt horses in training than any other person (It was quoted as being around 550 horses last year, it can never be an accurate figure due to horses being injured at different times and therefore out of training). One notable fact is that the vast majority of those winners for that trainer/owner combination is those horses all raced off a sliding handicap mark to their previous runs and having raced over a different trip and track on it’s latest start but had also contested a chase race at some stage during their career on this Course. They recently pulled off this trick again just over a week a week ago (10/12/20) with a horse called Scoop The Pot who was well backed on the opening show and won nicely in the end.

I thought it was interesting that this horse was outpaced last time out over the minimum trip on ground quick enough and the time before that stayed on well from the back but again over the minimum trip, those two runs combined now bringing his mark down below 130 where his last chase win came off 128, so only 1lb higher here and of course he’s a past winner over a much longer trip than those two runs this season, slightly further than today’s race distance when winning off a mark of 132, albeit that came over hurdles but still demonstrates his stamina capabilities. The official going description has been recorded as soft in various publications but that info is usually 24 hours old and not always updated and the more recent rain of late (including again last night) has seen the going stick readings being recorded below 5.0 for todays card and anything below 5.00 can be considered Heavy going (According to the official charts it’s anything below 5.70 but better to be sure than sorry as different people apply different amount of physical pressure when taking the readings) All four of his career wins have come on heavy going from 5 attempts, so overall there appears enough factors in his favour for him to go well here.

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Our RF Racing Tips summary

Ronan knows his stuff and is dedicated to finding winning bets.The strike rate means you will have a winner 1 in every 3 or so bets.No need for a large betting bank.Used correctly, you can avoid losing bookmakers accounts.You could make a profit to Betfair SPUse the Betting Gods app to receive your tips.We recommend trialling the service before committing and 105 days should be long enough to see if the service suits you.

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