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The “Racing Winnersâ€ system is a horse betting system that encompasses Turf meetings only (Flat and National Hunt racing). To understand the system requires some previous experience, patience and time and on that basis this system is probably unsuitable for beginners.
Selections can be found using the Racing Post Online (recommended by the author), there are currently no costs associatedÂ with viewing the requisite information on this site. The selection method is,Â in my view, at times ambiguous so it is possible that people could identify different selections on any given day which clearly should not be the case. Consistent reproducibility is a key requirement for any system.
To quote the website directly “Discover how you can double your betting bank within theÂ first three months through backing theÂ correct horses in certain types of races using a brand new system for 2010 called Racing Winners”
“With these methods you will have all the necessary requirements, to have long term success with your betting & not to blindly follow the crowd. With the backing odds of these methods, we only need an approximate strike rate of 20%, which means we only need to win only one in every five selected races. Current strike rate using these methods is 23% at average backing odds of 6.8. Since we began applying all of the methods back in August 2008, we have experienced 21 months of profit; 2 months of small losses, the biggest winning month of profit to date is Â£2112.35; the highest losing month to date is -Â£279.73.
You do need to be able to follow rules, spend approximately 30 minutes per betting day on form study & to be able hold your discipline due to the strike rate of about 20%, but because of the odds these methods find, it will enable us to continue to make a steady profit.”
The system arrives as a 47 page document and costs Â£29.00. Given the overpriced non-performing fare we are regularly exposed to, this makes quite a refreshing change. The system comes with both email assistance and a 60 day money back guarantee via ClickBank.
The “Racing Winners” system is a ratings based system which concentrates on the top 6 horses in the betting for particular handicap races. As the author suggests placing no more than 2 bets per day there will often be more qualifying races than bets. There is no reason at all why you couldn’t have a bet on all qualifying races if you so wished
System Results â€“ 21st August to 30th September 2010
Potential Qualifiers = 71
Non-qualifiers = 5 (4 non-runners and a winner at below minimum odds)
Actual Qualifiers = 66
Winners = 14
Second = 13
Third = 12
Unplaced = 27
Strike Rate = 21.21%
Total Stakes = Â£772.65
Total Return = Â£1074.77
Profit to SP =Â Â£302.12
The author suggested that a 20% strike rate would be sufficient and we have achieved just above that rate. Additionally, we are well on our way to double our bank within 3 months having increased our starting bank by a little over 60%.
I do have a few minor issues with the system:
1). It can be a bit time consuming particularly on days when there is plenty of racing action. I would suggest undertaking the analysis the night before.
2). As a consequence of non-runners, races which previously did not qualify suddenly qualify and this can lead to additional work.
3). Going is one of the key factors in calculating races, changes in going can, at times, undo some/all of your previous calculations.
Given the factors above, it may not be totally suitable for someone who has a job to maintain during the day though in those circumstances you will still have use of the system during weekends. Nonetheless, and these minor issues notwithstanding, this is a system I would happily recommend. For those of you who haven’t yet purchased the system, I would suggest you beat a path to the author’s door.Â The system is still available at the specialÂ price of Â£29.00 and comes with a 60 day money back guarantee. On the evidence of this review, you surely have nothing to lose.
Check out Racing Winners here.