A1 Racing is a horse racing tipster service operated by Stuart McCallum that claims to provide a service that “no other service” can provide.
What does the product offer?
A1 Racing is a specialist horse racing tipster service that according to the creators provides users with the very best in horse racing tips. The selections themselves are actually pretty few and far between with A1 Racing preferring to focus on quality of tips rather than the quantity and to credit Stuart McCallum, it is an approach that so far appears to be paying off nicely.
A1 Racing is a very exclusive horse racing tipster service and this combined with the betting approach makes for a very slow moving service.
In fact, so far for 2016 there have been just 10 selections. It is worth noting however that A1 Racing does have a claimed win rate of 90% at the time of writing this doesn’t make the lack of selections too much of a deal breaker.
It is also worth pointing out that A1 Racing isn’t just a straight tipster service as Stuart McCallum owns horses and he says that he also notifies users of updates on their horses too.
How does the product work?
As mentioned, A1 Racing is a very selective service and this is down (at least in part) to the fact that A1 Racing doesn’t give any real details away.
This is actually rather common however for once it is also fair given the fact that Stuart McCallum is a horse race owner (flat and hunt) and most of his contacts likely come from his involvement in racing. There is also the knowledge of their own horses which you would expect to be top notch.
What is the initial investment?
The costs of A1 Racing are by far and away one of the downsides with a monthly subscription coming in at a rather eye watering £150 per month with the costs dropping to £595 bi-annually and £995 per year. There is no money back guarantee included with A1 Racing unfortunately.
What is the rate of return?
There is no claim on how much you can expect to earn by using A1 Racing however the nature of the service means that it will ultimately depend on how much you are willing to invest.
A1 Racing isn’t just an expensive horse racing system, it falls clearly into the super-premium approach by a country mile.
Obviously key to establishing whether or not A1 Racing is then worthwhile involves looking mostly at the tipster behind the service. In the case of Stuart McCallum, there is rather worryingly not a lot of information available.
Given his claims that he has a number of horses that he’s running frequently I would expect more.
This combined with the fact that there aren’t really any results as such available, no proofing etc. and the extremely high costs just makes A1 Racing a no go for me personally.