The Horse Race Predictor Review

The Horse Race Predictor is a combination horse racing service which is operated by Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland. The pair say that their advice provides you with everything that you should need in order to become a successful horse racing bettor.

Introduction to The Horse Race Predictor

Looking at the sales material for The Horse Race Predictor, there was an odd familiarity that hung over it. I couldn’t quite put my finger on it, but it all looked like something that I had seen before. As I started to dig into things and explore the service in detail, I saw a name that definitely rang a bell. The Football Predictor.

horse race predictor reviewThat was also where I recognised the names of Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland from too. Of course there were questions that I felt had to be asked in terms of their, and as such, I was somewhat apprehensive to recommend it.

Fast forward to today and none of those concerns have gone. In fact, they are, if anything, compounded by a concerning lack of change of quite obvious and highly questionable marketing decisions. With these in mind, I want to take a look at the wider service and see if The Horse Race Predictor can really deliver.

What Does The Horse Race Predictor Offer?

Wow, do Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland offer a lot with The Horse Race Predictor. So much so, that it is almost difficult to know where to start. I have said this before, but rarely have I meant it as much as I do now. The Horse Race Predictor is a hybrid product that combines a number of different products and services that can supposedly make you a better horse racing bettor.

Whilst this isn’t a formal thing, I believe that these can be broken down into a few different categories, and as such, this is how I am going to look at The Horse Race Predictor.

First of all, I want to talk about the The Horse Race Predictor software itself. This looks at every race across the UK and Ireland and provides result predictions. This is in a similar vein to The Football Predictor and I will hold my hands up and say that it looks great, is simple to use etc.

There is no denying that Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland can put together a very slick and professional looking product. It displays data in a variety of ways which ultimately allow you to identify races that you may want to bet on. Interestingly, this software aspect of The Horse Race Predictor will supposedly “complement and support the profitability of absolutely any style of betting”.

Next I want to talk about the tipster element of The Horse Race Predictor. These include access to Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland’s The Horse Race Predictor room. Here, the top rated selections are identified. I refer to this as being a tipster element as the implication is that there has been a further selection process to identify the best bets.

This is all handled via a member’s area of the The Horse Race Predictor website however so you will have to visit the site each day in order to receive Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland’s best bets.

Finally I want to talk about the training aspect. A big part of the marketing for The Horse Race Predictor is that it will make you a better bettor (a pun so good I’m using it twice). This includes access to a large number of different betting systems and books, a video library and “access to proven guru betting experts”.

For my money, this is far from the most important aspect of The Horse Race Predictor, however I can see how it adds value.

How Does The Horse Race Predictor Work?

Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland originally met in Hong Kong where they bonded over football betting. Dave Nevis showed Gav Summerland his betting software (which evolved into The Football Predictor) and that was that.

Now, with the help of one Grey Samuels, a supposed horse racing expert, they are looking to tackle the horse racing. This is name that is familiar to me for a number of reasons that I want to explore a little later.

From here, we aren’t really told much about how the software is able to identify bets. The core idea of the service seems to be that in being multi-faceted, you become better at betting, whilst also getting advice from so called experts. This would very much be in line with other products not from Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland, but from Grey Samuels.

What is the Initial Investment?

There are two subscription packages available or The Horse Race Predictor. Neither of these are what I would really consider to be particularly affordable. If you solely want access to the horse racing side of Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland’s operations, then you can expect to pay an eyewatering £77 per month.


Alternatively, you can sign up for The Horse Race Predictor as well as The Football Predictor for £97 per month. Both of these subscriptions allow you to receive trial access for 5 days which is priced at £9.95.

Whilst it isn’t mentioned anywhere in the sales material, is that there should be a 60 day money back guarantee in place. The Horse Race Predictor is sold through Clickbank and they offer this on all products sold through them.

What is the Rate of Return?

There is nothing that is explicitly stated in terms of how much you can expect to earn through The Horse Race Predictor. Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland make some allusions, for example a headline says “pay your bills and move into profit”.

There are also a number of implications that you can expect to make a decent amount of income. The fact of the matter however is that there simply isn’t anything provided that suggests to me that these vague claims can in any way be taken seriously.

Conclusion to the The Horse Race Predictor

When Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland released their first product in the shape of The Horse Race Predictor, I wasn’t entirely convinced that it was all above board. Even now, I stand by the fact that the lack of evidence that everything worked as claimed was a point for concern. So, with this in mind, I think that it is very valid to raise the question of whether or not anything is different for The Horse Race Predictor.

There is no short answer to this. You get a lot more content when you sign up, however I am not convinced that most of it is of value. I also find that when it comes to a lot of things that I would say really matter, there is a lack of information and evidence (again).

On top of all of this, I would be remiss to ignore the involvement of Grey Samuels. His name is known to us here and not for the best of reasons if I am honest. He has been associated with a number of horse racing services over the year.

This sounds promising and is in line with how the market portrays his business. Unfortunately, even here on this site, you can search his name and find reviews with negative feedback from people who have been involved in business with him. This does little to legitimise The Horse Race Predictor.

The icing on the cake for me though is the price. There are some very good betting strategies out there but The Horse Race Predictor simply isn’t one of them. And yet, Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland are asking almost twice what I know some very good services cost. This means that there isn’t even value for money to be had here really.

With all of this in mind, I can see less in The Horse Race Predictor than I could in Dave Nevis and Gav Summerland’s football service. There is a lot here that I don’t like, and as such, I would recommend giving it a very wide berth.

The website is a bit of a laugh really, so over the top that it is extremely cringe-worthy.

I wouldn’t touch this personally.



Comments (2)

Good review
1. anything that involves Grey Samuels should be avoided.
2. no transparancy regarding P&L, Strike rate, ROI, should make you run a mile
3. The price is daylight robbery

I am surprised to see such a negative review. I have been a member of the The Football Predictor for the last 4 months and a member of The Horse Race Predictor for just over a month. The club betting in The Horse Race Predictor has been yielding great results and I believe the results are published daily. Just checked and they are on the home page. Everything seems very transparent to me. The price is quite high but if you are winning then its worth it in my opinion.

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From: Simon Roberts