Russel Blair Racing is a horse racing tipster service from the eponymous Russel Blair. The tipster claims that he has frequently topped tipster competition league tables.
What does the product offer?
Russel Blair Racing is a seemingly rather new service on the scene however Russel Blair claims to have been operational for some time saying that he has been “beating the bookies month after month”. As a service Russel Blair Racing seems to be pretty straight forward with selections sent out daily with around 1-4 of these each day which are sent directly to users via email.
The average odds for the tips that Russel Blair Racing sends out is 8/1 which is a decent figure indeed if it can be consistent and the selections win.
All selections are sent out the evening before races which helps to get the best possible odds whilst staking ranges from 1 point going as high as 3 points.
The strike rate for the service is just 23% however given the odds that you are backing at this isn’t necessarily as bad as it initially seems.
How does the product work?
There is unfortunately no information provided on how Russel Blair makes the selections for Russel Blair Racing however looking at the types of bets that are involved one can begin to see how the service is so profitable.
Russel Blair Racing issues a massive number of different bets which are advised as straight back bets, each way bets and often doubling or even trebling selections up as well which allows for some huge profits when these bets do come in.
What is the initial investment?
Russel Blair Racing is surprisingly well priced with a monthly subscription starting at £14.95 per month with the costs rising to £39.95 per quarter whilst an annual subscription is just £149.95.
All payments are handled directly via Paypal and whilst there is a 14 day money back guarantee in place for Russel Blair Racing, this is obviously handled directly by Russell Blair.
What is the rate of return?
In terms of the income potential, Russel Blair claims profits of around 90 points per month (based on a claimed average monthly income of £900 to £10 stakes) which the proofing so far shows to be about right; It is worth pointing out however that this isn’t a consistently winning service.
I have looked at a lot of independent tipsters and in the main they seem to either under perform or overvalue their service.
In the case of Russel Blair Racing there seems to not just be a decent balance here, but a genuine bargain to be had. There are a few red flags with the service such as the fact that payment is straight through PayPal and the only contact details for the service are a gmail account. That having been said, Russel Blair Racing is proofing to Race Advisor so these things could also be down to a new tipster service getting up and running.
All things considered, Russel Blair Racing may well be worth a punt and there is seems to be little harm in trying it out for a month however you will have to be prepared to take the rough with the smooth.