Race Course Wins is a brand new horse racing tipster service operated by Chris Hughes. It claims to be able to produce substantial profits with little apparent risk.
What does the product offer?
The sales material for Race Course Wins does a very good job of painting a picture of one hell of a tipster service. With Chris Hughes making claims of producing consistent and most importantly very high profits, there is a lot to absorb. The problem is, as is often the case with products of this nature, it is questionable what is real and what is some particularly overly embellished sales patter.
In terms of what you are getting from the service, Race Course Wins appears to be very much on the straightforward side. It is a weekly service providing selections for horse racing across the UK (which is something that is rather unusual, although I have a feeling that whoever is actually behind Race Course Wins isn’t exactly who they claim). Selections are sent out via email however I wouldn’t expect too much information to accompany these selections.
Naturally Chris Hughes also talks about how Race Course Wins will give you financial freedom (all accompanied with images that are typical of this kind of product). This is however questionable for a number of different reasons. When it comes down to the details of Race Course Wins, Chris Hughes is not surprisingly rather coy. Instead there is a lot of focus on his background and how this influences the service (something that I will look at below). The only thing that can really be discerned is that Race Course Wins is a tipster service.
There is no staking plan provided with Race Course Wins and there is also no real strike rate provided as such. Nor is there any proofing which is rather disappointing although also somewhat expected. Personally, I would be inclined to stick to a level staking plan if I were actually to follow Chris Hughes’s bets. I have mentioned that there is no real strike rate because Chris Hughes doesn’t make any direct claims, however it is mentioned in a so called testimonial that there 9 out of 10 selections have won. This is implied to be a consistent result.
How does the product work?
In terms of how Race Course Wins works, there is plenty of information supplied by Chris Hughes. Unfortunately, there is very little of it that tells you anything. In fact, the focus of the sales material for Race Course Wins is more on the claimed background of Chris Hughes rather than the service itself. He was supposedly a weather forecaster with a PHD in Meteorology. Supposedly, studying the data behind the weather and applying it allowed a mathematical and scientific approach to numbers.
Following a meeting with an old friend who is an avid race enthusiast, Chris Hughes decided to quit and develop an algorithm in order to identify winning horses. By applying “variable data” on a daily basis, this algorithm is supposed to be able to find the selections that make up Race Course Wins. Naturally I am sceptical of this and with very little evidence to back the claims up, I feel like this is a pretty reasonable stance to take.
What is the initial investment?
There is only one option available for those who wish to subscribe to Race Course Wins and whilst it appears to be cheap, without evidence of results this doesn’t count for much in my opinion. So how much is Race Course Wins? £29.99 for selections for the whole year. Race Course Wins is also sold with a claim of a 30 day money back guarantee.
This money back guarantee is particularly interesting to note as Chris Hughes is actually selling Race Course Wins through Clickbank. This means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place as there is with all products sold through the Clickbank payment system.
What is the rate of return?
There are a rather incredible number of claims made in terms of how much you can expect to make with Race Course Wins. The headlining number and the one that Chris Hughes seems to be pushing most claims that Race Course Wins made £91,912 in 12 months. This is an incredible figure however it is important to place it in some context. There is no proofing provided to back this up and there is also no staking plan advised either.
Other figures that are mentioned in “testimonials” include claim of making £5,000 in the “users” first month and £350 in the first day. I take these with the same rather large pinch of salt that I take the rest of the claims in the sales material for Race Course Wins.
It is hard to know where to start with Race Course Wins. Frankly, there is very little here that I would begin to recommend and that is really all that there is to say. I do however feel that it is fair to explain my rationale behind this a little more. The first thing that needs to be looked at is the sales material for Race Course Wins. Chris Hughes puts a very clear focus on the rewards that you can supposedly reap rather than the service as a whole. This is rather telling and is a huge red flag for me, as it always is with these kind of services.
The truth is that there is no evidence provide to back up any of the claims and that is a massive problem, one that I can’t get past. With full proofing and at least some details on the algorithm that he uses, I would possibly be inclined to consider Race Course Wins as being a genuine product but given that both of these are missing, I simply can’t.
Products like this are generally created to appeal to those people who are desperate or looking for quick and easy money and I am yet to find one that works. Race Course Wins doesn’t break this mould and despite a low price, I wouldn’t waste my money. In actual fact, I believe that following selections from Chris Hughes would only make you lose even more money than the initial investment.