Quite an interesting Tipster to get looking at here. They post a lot on Twitter, however he also has a Youtube account where he posts his tips and will give a short explanation as to why he is making his selections. These ones come free, however he does also run a service where he will charge for a package to receive his tips for the week. I was lucky enough to have a follower send his tips for the week so I could get a review done. Let’s crunch some numbers!

Profit/Loss

  • Since I started the review last week, freeracingtips7 has made a 29.58 point profit.
  • For the month, he has run at a loss of 11.37 points

As you can tell, FreeRacingTips7 has had a good week. He is another Tipster who has a very structured way of betting and giving out selections. He will give 3 picks in total, a NAP, NB and a longshot. He will then advise to put the NAP and NB in a double. The points staked are always the same as well. 3 for the NAP, 2 for the NB and 1 point EW for the longshot and double. The two main bets are again nearly always favourite’s, and the longshot are at odds anywhere between 9/1-50/1. So there isn’t really a lot of variety.

The tips are sent out via email, and a package will cost you £37 per month. This will get you the following:

  • Online access to the Little Earners, Premium Tips and Lucky 15 selections.
  • Daily email notification of ALL tips
  • Antepost previews of all big races
  • Access to a Private Facebook group and Twitter feed for INSTANT notification of the tips the moment they go live
  • LIVE access to our top tipster every morning – get PERSONAL tips and advice
  • The Horse’s Mouth magazine delivered to your door every month
  • Tips sent to you via SMS (at no extra charge)
  • FREE entry to FRT Gold race days at selected courses throughout the year.

He does however offer some deals, such as an introductory price of £27 for the first month and £20 for the second. FreeRacingTips7 is also an affiliate for beanbag sports, so he will often reduce the price of the package if you sign up to them through one of his links. I’m not actually sure how their commission system works at BeanBag Sports, whether it is purely commission based or not. However something like this will always make me doubtful. The tips them self-do not come with any write ups, just the selection and recommended stakes. To be honest I really think this is a lot to be paying for the tips, and from what I have heard the last couple of months have been a bit of a disaster, racking up losses of nearly 400 points. But I can’t confirm this to you 100% as I have not seen these myself

Final Verdict

All in all I think we’re looking at a very solid horse racing tipster here. Evidently he knows what he is talking about and certainly has the ability to set you up with some winners in the long run. The picks seem to be calculated and are set up perfectly for a tipster page. They are easy to follow, and the points system gives you a good staking platform, and the odds suggested can let you get on picks early if there is value there. It would be good to see what bookies are offering the prices, as sometimes they were difficult to find when I checked. But maybe that is something that will develop for the members. We really have heard a variety of different opinions on this tipster, for now I feel like a 6 is a fair rating, however I certainly would like to take part in a second review in the near future to see how they get on.