Behind the headlines of Tipstrr’s March’21 Top 10 racing tipsters

Here is a summary of TipstrrCorrespondent’s full article on the top racing tipsters for March’21.

“Between them, the top ten horse racing tipsters yielded over £10,000 in monthly gains to level £20 stakes. Indeed, just the top three alone would have earned over £5.5k for anyone lucky enough to have followed their combined 234 selections throughout the month of March.”

But beyond the sales hype are there any worth considering following long-term?

1st Underdog Racing Tips – 87 tips, 171.1% ROI
Profit: £2977.13 to £20 average stake
landed three winners at 28/1, 25/1 and 20/1 in the space of just three hours and… a further seventeen each-way places … combined to produce that phenomenal 171% yield for the month. Little wonder that Tipstrr users are flocking to join this popular service
2nd The Banker – 81 tips, 103.9% ROI
Profit: £1683.19 to £20 average stake
while there’s no such thing as a banker, March saw his profit line climb almost vertically as he picked out 15 tasty winners from his 81 selections at average advised odds of almost 10/1
3rd WannaWin BM – 67 tips, 85.0% ROI
Profit: £1138.50 to £20 average stake
WannaWin’s fourth straight top-four finish in our monthly rankings … back on the podium again with a whopping 85% yield in March …17 winners at average odds nudging 7/1
4th Tip Tip Hooray – 33 tips, 112.9% ROI
Profit: £745.00 to £20 average stake
an eclectic mix of football and horse racing tips….certainly one to keep an eye on if you like a varied betting diet
5th AG Tips – 85 tips, 52.8% ROI
Profit: £898.13 to £20 average stake
another non-mover in our monthly list, AG Tips boasts a 52% ROI in March that actually far out-strips his 34% yield the previous month…. you’re looking at a well-rounded professional service
6th The Morning Tip – 30 tips, 60.8% ROI
Profit: £365.00 to £20 average stake
more selective than many of our more prolific winners from just thirty selections appears all the more impressive, especially at average advised odds of more than 6/1″
7th Onyx – 39 tips, 54.3% ROI
Profit: £423.79 to £20 average stake
just a month after featuring in our Best Newcomer rankings, he has made it onto our Best Horse Racing Tipster leaderboard. His first six months on the site have produced just one downward blip among five months
8th OnTheNose – 29 tips, 52.3% ROI
Profit: £293.38 to £20 average stakes
OnTheNose topped 2020’s Best Horse Racing Tipster rankings, and has continued that form during the first quarter of 2021“.
9th Improvers – 65 tips, 48.2% ROI
Profit: £626.60 to £20 average stake
no stranger to these monthly rankings… has enjoyed a run of constant growth, ending seven of the last nine months better off than he began them
10th Parabola Bets – 147 tips, 51.9% ROI
Profit: £1456.48 to £20 average stakes
race winner service might not suit everyone in terms of consistency, but whose performance in March is difficult to overlook

So that’s how they performed during the single month of March’21.

Here are their performance graphs over a much longer period. The closer the monthly bank follows the broad trend line (the broad red line) the more consistent the tipster is.

Let’s deal with the poor performers first – get them out of the way.

Underdog Racing Tips, The Banker and Tip Tip Hooray look like the proverbial “flash in the pan”. The Morning Tip and Onyx are a little too inconsistent to consider right now. Parabola Bets has been going nowhere for a long time – the trendline is flat. This is a real rollercoaster. Looks like he just struck lucky in March.


Three worth following: WannawinBM, On The Nose and AG Tips.

WannawinBM and On The Nose have had a couple of ups and downs over the past 18 months but their graphs show solid performance over the long-term.

AG Tips is worth a much closer look. Why? You need to read the full technical analysis to understand why this tipster has more to offer than the bare stats suggest.

One worth investigation further: Improvers

Improvers is an interesting one. It’s a bit erratic but the upward trend is good and the variation from the trendline is small. Perhaps worth looking in more detail at the stats of this one.



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