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Selective Racing Trust Review

Selective Racing Trust is horse racing tipster service from Betting Gods. It is a back to win service and favours selective runners and odds.

What does the product offer?

Selective Racing Trust offers users a variety of back to win tips for horse racing. The selections for Selective Racing Trust are sent out the day of races and this could be sent out as late as 2pm. It has achieved a strike rate of 33.3% which sounds a little lower than average but because Selective Racing Trust favours horses with longer odds, this still enables it to operate profitably.

How does the product work?

The tipster behind Selective Racing Trust (Betting Gods don’t provide their details) claims to have more experience than he cares to remember. The selections are based on analysis and form as well as looking for selections that come in at the right price.

What is the initial investment?

The first month for Selective Racing Trust costs just £4.95 with this cost going up to either £7.95 weekly, £24.95 monthly or £59.95 quarterly. As Selective Racing Trust is sold through ClickBank there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

According to Betting Gods in house proofing system, Selective Racing Trust has been able to produce £525.80 profit based on £10 stakes since February. This represents a claimed 105.16% return on capital.


I rather like the services that Betting Gods provide. They are open and concise about what you can expect from the service as well as how it works. The 1 month trial is plenty enough to see if the service is for you and the ClickBank money back guarantee adds that extra element of security. In terms of Selective Racing Trust, this doesn’t really stand out for me.

It claims to have been profitable since 2011 but there are no results to back this up and April has had just 4 winners from 17 selections which seems rather ominous to me. I’d probably keep monitoring this as I believe there may be profit potential, but not at this moment in time.



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From: Simon Roberts