Racing to Profit Member’s Club Review

Racing to Profit Member’s Club is a tipster service and (as the name clearly infers) all round “betting club” from Josh Wright. It is horse racing based and boasts a lot of content and a seemingly decent amount of profit to go with it.

Introduction to Racing to Profit Member’s Club

I know that the world of tipsters and horse racing is a long way from what it used to be, but it is always good to see younger crowds getting involved. Whether this is Mike Cruickshank of Bonus Bagging fame or the focus of todays review, Josh Wright and Racing to Profit Member’s Club.

Now I want to make some pretty broad generalisations here, but when you say tipster, the general public picture a bit of a Del Boy character. Always got the latest word on the 12.15 at Chepstow, cos his mate owns a horse etc.

Racing_to_Profit_Member's_Club_ReviewThe reality however is that there are a lot of hard working and professional people who treat this as a business. Racing to Profit Member’s Club appears to be the result of this approach and Josh Wright seems to be about as far removed from the above image as you can get.

The reality though is that none of this matters if you aren’t making money, buy give the claims about how Racing to Profit Member’s Club has performed this year, it may well be a bit of a modern marvel.

What Does Racing to Profit Member’s Club Offer?

Honestly, there is rather a lot to unpack in terms of what you get with Racing to Profit Member’s Club. The short answer is that Josh Wright operates a blog. But this doesn’t quite do it justice as there are actually multiple tipping methods employed, differing strategies, a whole community, etc.

Naturally, this blog is concerned mostly with making money, so whilst I can appreciate that there are other elements to Racing to Profit Member’s Club, I will mostly be focusing on these here.

First things first, there are what are arguably the bulk of the tips that you will receive through Racing to Profit Member’s Club. These are Josh Wright’s own daily qualifiers against his “Trainer Track Profiles” stat packs.

These stat packs are given away for free and can be independently used to try and identify bets, however the qualifiers cut out the work and just tell you what Josh Wright recommends. Whilst this element of Racing to Profit Member’s Club could be argued as not technically tips, I think that there is enough overlap to consider it so.

These qualifiers are made available the evening before racing begins in the member’s area for Racing to Profit Member’s Club.

The next tips that you receive from Josh Wright are aimed at big races, an area where the tipster claims that he excels. It should go without saying that these are less frequent than the aforementioned strategy.

As well as receiving the tips from this element of Racing to Profit Member’s Club, you can also expect a full write up on why a horse has been chosen. This can arguably be seen as a busier time, especially in the Spring Festivals where Josh Wright says that he likes to “go big”.

On top of all of this, you get access to the “Micro System Test Zone”. This is somewhat unique and arguably not a tipster service at all, however you can use this to take bets away and as such, it is worthy of inclusion.

This area of the Racing to Profit Member’s Club site provides you with information for finding your own bets. Here Josh Wright talks about testing things like new trainer and jockey angles, which can in turn be leveraged to find your own bets.

As a final note, I want to add that a part of Racing to Profit Member’s Club is the community aspect. Josh Wright is quite keen to push this and with good reason. Some members also share their tips with other users which adds further profit potential on top of the tips.

How Does Racing to Profit Member’s Club Work?

There doesn’t seem to necessarily be a hard and fast rule as to how selections are found for Racing to Profit Member’s Club. This is something that I like to see as I believe that set systems can quickly become flawed.

I have seen a number of tipsters that follow an “if x then y” approach, and if they are unable to turn things around, subscribers have haemorrhaged money. It is not like Josh Wright is ignorant as his write ups demonstrate.

If you are looking for a more set system however, the opportunity for this still exists to a degree in Racing to Profit Member’s Club with the Micro Systems.

Ultimately, I also appreciate the fact that Racing to Profit Member’s Club is something of a mini portfolio in and of itself. By having a bit of variety across the various strategies, it means that losses don’t necessarily have to be the be all and end all. In fact, Josh Wright is quite open about the fact that some of his bets lose.

What is the Initial Investment?

There is only one option if you want to sign up to Racing to Profit Member’s Club and it is one that I take some umbrage with. Josh Wright says that you can sign up for Racing to Profit Member’s Club for the equivalent price of £4.95 per week, or less than £20 per month.

The problem however is that you have to sign up for a full 6 months at a cost of £119 (plus VAT) which is a one off payment.

I do want to be fair to Josh Wright and as such, I will highlight the fact that Racing to Profit Member’s Club is sold through Clickbank. This means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place, a fact that is well advertised on the sales page.

What is the Rate of Return?

Across the three different aspects that Josh Wright offers through Racing to Profit Member’s Club, the profits claimed would amount to 484 points. This is broken down with 222 points generated from the qualifiers, 150 points generated from the tips aimed at bigger races and 112 from the various systems.

There is however potential for these figures to be larger depending on the odds that you are able to get. Furthermore, if you were backing member tips as well, Josh Wright says that you could potentially increase the profit by some very significant amounts.

Conclusion to Racing to Profit Member’s Club

Josh Wright has brought together a hell of a lot for Racing to Profit Member’s Club, and as such, it is somewhat difficult to know where to begin summing everything up. I think that by and large, this is quite a well put together package and that is as good a start as any.

Furthermore, Josh Wright has seemingly guided the whole thing to a pretty substantial overall profit. Make no mistake, you buy a tipster to make money, and the fact that Racing to Profit Member’s Club has done so is a strong positive.

The way that Racing to Profit Member’s Club is broken down is a little bit polarising I think. I can definitely see why it could be of benefit. After all, some people would rather focus on certain tips than others for a number of reasons.

These could be time constraints, managing a budget or simply a lack of interest. This management is particularly applicable when you start to factor in other member tips.

This isn’t a bad inclusion by the way, and I believe Josh Wright when he says that some people have made a lot of extra money this way, however I do think it is important to remember there is no accountability there.

The last thing that I want to talk about before I start wrapping up is without a doubt the biggest negative for me. £20 per month is a very good price for a tipster service. I can’t think of many that are that kind of price and in many respects, it is clear to see that there is value for money to be had.

There is however a problem for me which is the fact that you have to pay for 6 months up front. £120 is a lot of money for something which is fundamentally so new to market. I can appreciate that there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place, but this is still a large ask.

Whilst I can appreciate that there are definitely some positives to Racing to Profit Member’s Club, the part that I cannot get past is the price, or more specifically, paying it all up front.

I would have loved to have seen a genuine trial here (I don’t count Clickbank’s money back guarantee as a trial at all). If you are in a position to simply drop this kind of initial outlay, then there may be something here.

But truthfully, I can think of other tipsters who have generated similar profits without that huge initial cost, and for my money, they would be preferential.

 

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From: Simon Roberts