The Horse Racing Guru Review

The Horse Racing Guru is a relatively new horse racing tipster service operated through Betting Gods that claims to be able to provide consistent wins.

What does the product offer?

Betting Gods are pretty upfront about what The Horse Racing Guru actually entails referring to the service as featuring carefully considered selections and being both knowledgeable and professional. All things that you would expect from a top quality tipster service. To credit Betting Gods, their sales page is free of the usual over hyped marketing and over the top phrases and instead focuses on the numbers behind The Horse Racing Guru which are pretty good by all accounts.

The Horse Racing Guru is a pretty high volume service with around 140-160 selections generated each month, all of which advise bets as win or each way. There is a pretty apparent focus on backing horses with longer odds as these aren’t often less than 4.0.

The staking plan ranges from 1 point to 5 points per bet however this higher figure isn’t often utilised. Whilst you could easily expect a low strike rate for a service of this nature, The Horse Racing Guru has actually performed pretty well with Betting Gods showing a strike rate of just over 30% however the longest losing streak is also 14 bets.

How does the product work?

The tipster behind The Horse Racing Guru puts a lot of focus on analysis with Betting Gods saying that he looks at things like form and trends. They also say that some selections are based on inside contacts in a number of different stables however there isn’t much more said unfortunately.

What is the initial investment?

There are two subscription options with The Horse Racing Guru which are offered on a monthly and a quarterly basis. Betting Gods sell these for £59.95 per month and £154.95 per quarter. Both of these options come with a full 60 day money back guarantee which is provided through Clickbank.

There is also a no obligation 14 day free trial to give you time to see if The Horse Racing Guru is for you.

What is the rate of return?

Since going live in September of 2015, The Horse Racing Guru has generated an overall profit of £1,895.10 which is to £10 stakes. Whilst this doesn’t sound mind blowing it is a monthly average of £379.02 or 37.9 points.

Conclusion

As far as Betting Gods tipster services go, The Horse Racing Guru is pretty down the line with a strong combination of reasonable winnings however this is offset rather substantially by the costs involved.

One of the saving graces of The Horse Racing Guru is the consistency which is pretty standard for a service of this nature. As to whether or not Betting Gods have something that is worthwhile investing in, personally I feel that rather unfortunately it isn’t which is mostly down to the fact that for the money, you can get much better tipster services.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts