Starting with Champion Bets back in 2013, the Trial Spy has proven to be one of the most profitable packages we’ve ever had… indeed, it’s one of the most profitable tipping packages that Australian racing has ever seen.

Let’s cut to the chase: members having made more than $58,600 in profit at more than 11% profit on turnover since its inception. Figures like that are almost unheard of over such a long period.

You can check out the full results on every bet ever placed here.


Dean the Trial Spy is a long-time form analyst whose edge lies in (as the same suggests) his ability to assess form in barrier trials and jump-outs – an area that is critically under-valued by the market.

Dean uses his ability to find value winners that the market consistently under-estimates.

When & Where

The Trial Spy covers every day and every track in Australia: bets will be wherever and whenever there’s value to be found from identified runners.

Note however that this isn’t a scattergun approach: we don’t bet for the sake of it. Bets are only advised if and when there’s value to be had.


Members receive Dean’s best tips every day (as long as there’s value, of course): these are typically advised in the morning, and include the selection, recommended stake, recommended bookmaker/s, and whether or not the price is expected to firm or drift – allowing you to maximise the price you get. There’ll also be a short explanation of each tip summarising the horse’s form and chance.

This all adds up to a thoroughly comprehensive “done for you” tipping package: all you need to do is place the bets and enjoy the races!

Obviously, something this profitable can quickly start to shape the market. To protect prices and hence member dividends, we strictly cap membership numbers, with new member intakes only occurring occasionally in order to replace any departures. This ensures all Trial Spy members have a good chance to get set at the prices advised.

Right now is literally a once-a-year opportunity.

Currently closed to new members before re-opening in 2018.

Join the waiting list here.

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