Well this has been a very interesting system to trial. There are so many systems on the market, and so many don’t work. Well Racing Winners is not amongst that pile. No, Racing winners is, in my opinion a quality system.
Racing Winners is a backing system. It is designed to compare the strengths and weaknesses of the top few horses in particular races. It is a rating based system, and you basically back the horse with the highest rating. The rules are that you only bet a maximum of two bets per day. There is no reason why you couldn’t bet more, but looking at two races per day seems to be a happy medium between spending time finding selections and having enough races to bet on. The selection process takes between 30 – 40 minutes per day, and pretty soon you can get quite quick at finding the selections.
The logic behind the make up of the system is solid, and will always be relevant. Racing Winners is actually a gem of a system, and I highly recommend it. We started off with a £1000 bank, and we actually made 154% profit, which increased our bank to an amazing £2544. Now these figures are Betfair prices, but I have not taken in to consideration the Betfair commission. Even still, it would not really do that much to the amazing profit the system has brought in the last 30 betting days.
Having a good system is important obviously, but so is good aftersales support. Mark Boyle (the author) has provided great support for me during this trial, and has answered several questions. The questions I had were curiosity questions, and not because I didn’t understand the system, but Mark answered all I asked very promptly and with quality of content.
I have already said that I recommend this system, and it is definitely one to put in your profit making arsenal of racing systems.
Thank you for following the trial, and I look forward to reporting on another soon.
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In September 2011 Mark reduced the main selection filters from five to three, as the process was taking too long for many people and this seems to have cut down on the time from 30 to between 15 and 20 minutes, and has still given a pretty decent return of nearly 30% for the past 5 and a 1/2 months.