Racing Ruby is a horse racing tipster service offered by Ruby Archer. All of the selections are based on her proprietary software.
What does the product offer?
Racing Ruby offers users daily tips for horse racing with approximately 2-4 selections and a claimed strike rate of 72%. Selections are sent to users via email the night before the race with the system favouring horses with long odds, the average being 7.1. Racing Ruby is provided by Ruby Archer who claims to be a graduate of Kings College in equine science and computer science. As well as this you also receive 3 manuals that outline various staking systems and explore other betting methods.
How does the product work?
This isn’t something that is explored particularly. Ruby Archer says that her selections come from her own system that has been developed based off software that she created upon leaving university. This is rather lacking for me and I would like to have heard more, especially when you start looking at the track record.
What is the initial investment?
Racing Ruby is available for a one off cost of £32 which it seems provides you with tips for life. There is also a 60 day money back guarantee in place as Racing Ruby is sold through ClickBank.
What is the rate of return?
Ruby Archer claims that you can make as much as £3,711.85 per month by using £20 stakes.
On the surface Racing Ruby looks like a very attractive proposition but whilst carrying out my research it becomes quite apparent that this service isn’t all it is cracked up to be. The first thing that set alarm bells ringing was the lack of a proper proofing system. This is backed up by numerous reports of massive loss streaks with Racing Ruby and examples of people having 3 wins in 22 bets.
This paints a very different picture to the promotional material and on the back of that I would be inclined to pursue other tipster services that are better proofed and better performing.