Race Course Specialist is a self selection horse racing betting system from Martin Clarke that provides instructions on identifying winning horses on 10 race tracks.
What does the product offer?
Technically speaking Race Course Specialist is not just one horse racing system, but actually 10 different ones. Martin Clarke and the Race Course Specialist team have created individual horse racing systems for all weather and turf/flat courses including Lingfield, Kempton, Southwell and Wolverhampton in terms of all weather courses and Ascot, Ayr, Brighton, Newbury, Nottingham and York for flat races. Martin Clarke says that Race Course Specialist will keep you busiest between March and November when the flat season is on. All systems follow a level staking plan and between them have an average strike rate of 30.36% over 2014 with the highest example being Newbury which hit 48.3%. Average odds for 2014 were 5.19. There is also an optional upsell to receive the selections that Martin Clarke and his team choose.
How does the product work?
As I have already mentioned, each race track that Race Course Specialist covers comes with its own system, each of which has its own variations. Because of this it is neither practical nor fair to start listing all the ins and outs. The fact that Martin Clarke and his team have been working on Race Course Specialist since 2009 says quite a lot in my opinion though.
What is the initial investment?
The core product of Race Course Specialist sells for £15 which with 10 betting systems included means £1.50 per system. The selection emails are £4.95 for your first month and £29.95 for subsequent months. Because it is sold through Clickbank, Race Course Specialist comes with their usual 60 day money back guarantee should you find that you are unhappy with the product.
What is the rate of return?
Since 2009 Martin Clarke claims that Race Course Specialist has made, on average, around 144 points per year. Some have been up, others down, but in 6 years there has never been a profit of less than 100 points.
There are a number of horse racing services available like Race Course Specialist and the question is what makes this service stand out from others? Obviously the main selling point is that each system is targeted to its course however this doesn’t necessarily equate to results. The fact is that Race Course Specialist has had a number of losing years on one track or another. This suggests to me that there is perhaps a lack of consistency in the methods that Race Course Specialist employs. Ironically, this is the exact reason why Martin Clarke says that Race Course Specialist focuses on each race individually, that they struggled to get consistent results with one system. Furthermore, these are based on results that the creator of the service has chosen so it seems likely that there will be even more losers if you are making your own selections. With that in mind, I don’t think that I’d be inclined to recommend Race Course Specialist as frankly, I have seen better systems.