Race Elite is a horse racing tipster service from Paul Sanford. The system involves backing horses with long odds.
What does the product offer?
Race Elite is an email based tipster service from Paul Sanford. He says that selections are sent out most days of the week. Race Elite is designed to cover both National Hunt and Flat races across the UK and Ireland. All bets are back to win with Paul Sanford claiming that the average odds vary from 2/1 all the way to 20/1. Unfortunately there is no mention of a strike rate or real results.
How does the product work?
According to Paul Sanford, all of the selections that he makes for Race Elite are the result of a proprietary betting system. He doesn’t really divulge any information about this saying that it is based on some older systems that work and also that the Race Elite system is constantly being adjusted and updated. Unfortunately this doesn’t really tell us anything tangible.
What is the initial investment?
Paul Sanford has made Race Elite available for a recurring subscription fee of £19.95 per month. As this is handled through ClickBank you have 60 days to trial Race Elite and if you are unhappy you can claim a refund.
What is the rate of return?
According to Paul Sanford, Race Elite was able to make a final profit of almost 80 points in June. Unfortunately this isn’t proofed anywhere that you can access so instead you are forced to rely on a questionable looking chart.
There are a few things that worry me about Race Elite but the first and most obvious is the lack of proofing. As always I take exception to the lack of detail about how the system works but this is overshadowed that the only claim of profit comes from the author who is hardly likely to be an unbiased source.
The best thing that Race Elite has going for it is that there is the ClickBank refund policy. Purely on the back of this Race Elite may be worth playing on paper for a while but even then I can’t help but feel this will be a risky proposition.