Some of the recent winners advised on NMP include:
Via Serendipity 6/1
Blue Point 17/2
City Light (placed EW) 33/1
Caspian Prince (placed EW) 20/1
How Far 7/2
Penwortham 7/2 (-10p R4)
Marnie James 9/2
My Silver Nails 7/2
The 2018 NMP service runs until 31st December 2018.
Summary of 2018 service
It is possible to send payment via PayPal or via bank transfer.
Payment via BANK TRANSFER
For those based in the UK it is £10 cheaper to sign up via bank transfer as I am not charged the associated PayPal fees (unfortunately the currency conversion charge and my bank's commission charge mean it isn't viable for me to receive international bank transfers any more - they can exceed the cost of the £10 saving!).
If you wish to pay via bank transfer for the full season please e-mail me (email@example.com) and I will send on the necessary bank details. The cost for signing up for the full 2018 service (i.e. from the date you join until 31st December 2018) via bank transfer is £150.
Payment via PAYPAL
My service suits members who are prepared to adopt a long-term approach to betting, as selections are horses that are believed to offer the best value in a race, not necessarily the horse with the best chance of winning. We also have stronger months than others; I expect to make the bulk of the profit in the summer.
I advocate using a betting bank of 80-100 pts to follow my service (longest drawdown to date was 65 pts) but would advise any new member to paper trial results initially whilst they get a feel for the service, and also, to only ever bet what they can afford to lose.
Members who are restricted to betting solely on the exchanges will struggle to replicate my profits, as horses generally shorten from their advised prices to SP or BSP - and access to bookmaker accounts is needed to make the most of the better place terms available with the firms (most bets are advised each-way).
I would politely advise prospective members who are restricted to betting solely on the exchanges to find a different service to join - rather than signing up to NMP and being left disappointed over a lack of liquidity available to back selections when e-mails are sent.