As with any Racing Advisor service this is presented very professionally and on signing up you immediately receive access to the members area of the site from where you can view the video training and download the spreadsheet used for making selections – a nice touch here as there are 2 versions available which caters for users with the older versions of office as well.
The video is clear and explains in detail how the system works and how to make selections. Members will appreciate I cannot say too much that would give the system away for free. The aim is to generate selections offering value in 90% of bets and thus mathematically you must make profits in the long term.
The first thing to emphasise is that all users will see different results. This is because selections are made at a time to suit the user – must be on the day of racing – and hence the odds will vary and indeed a horse may not qualify at one stage only to come into the reckoning later. Selections are made using 1 free website and cross checking with Betfair prices to confirm value is there should the initial check be positive. To go through the days racing will take no more than 20 minutes and identified selections are backed each way with a bookmaker at Best Odds Guaranteed price.
This in itself should generate profits but for the more risk averse you can choose to lay off the place element of the bet on an exchange. This allows a return for you where the horse is unplaced reducing the loss incurred the trade off being that for placed horse you will still show a loss overall.
I checked the possible selections at various times in the day and formed the view that early afternoon was the most likely to produce selections if you were only prepared to look once during the day. Checking races nearer to the off could offer more selections if you have the time.
Over the period of the trial I saw 79 bets selected of which 9 won their race and 32 were placed. Using the place lay option this resulted in a profit of 1.5 points or just backing brought a breakeven situation. A run of 28 bets which lost cash was seen in the trial which would have dented confidence severely if you started at that point – a 53% drawdown on the bank would have occurred. The detailed results shown on the spreadsheet are based on £10 each way bets and using the lay place strategy.
The strategy marketing claims that using it will put a rocket under your betting with big guaranteed profits. My experience was somewhat short of this and I found it hard to accept losing cash on a 14/1 shot that placed. Although overall profitable the time investment was not rewarding and the positive frame of mind needed in any betting system was starting to wane.
At over £70 when VAT is added the price is expensive based on the results I saw although as a one off the value would be there if a long term trail proved positive. Sadly time constraints preclude further testing here and so on balance we will place the system in the neutral category. Should any members have additional experience of the system please do add your thoughts on the thread.