Cleeve Racing claim to have had 16 consecutive seasons of profit!
For example, during the 2018/19 National Hunt season, Cleeve Racing claim to have made a profit of more than 62pts which is around £200 tax free profit every month based on £20 stakes.
They seem to have been performing just as well during the 2019 Flat season with 71pts profit recorded so far.
What strikes me about this service first off is that although their results page shows a profit of 540pts since they launched in 2014, this hasn't been splashed all over the home page.
Most tipsters will make a point of bragging about the profits that they have made. Some even go as far as throwing up a picture of a sports car or a sandy beach to show you what signing up to their service could help you achieve.
Cleeve Racing seem to be more concerned with showing their professionalism and explaining how important it is to be selective and disciplined in order to beat the bookies.
They are certainly choosy with their bets, focusing on Class 1 and 2 races and not just betting for the sake of it. They based their selections on in-depth race analysis, using 12 form factors to create their own custom race ratings.
A notification is sent by email each evening when the tips are released with a link to the member's area. Here there is a write-up on each the days top races, whether there is a bet on the race or not. There is also a list of Cleeve's top rated runners for each race which could be handy for further research for forecasts or place bets.
Impressive results and it's time for me to run an official trial.
I will be back with an update in a month's time, but in the meantime click here to find out more about Cleeve Racing.