The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System is a horse racing betting system that claims to provide subscribers with some quite substantial profits. It is authored by Paul Coleman with The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System being sold through Confidential Publishing.
Introduction to The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System
“How I Purchased My First House In Less Than 6 Months Using A Simple Lucky 15 Formula!”. That’s one hell of a headline in my book and a marketing masterclass. It is just vague enough to mean anything, whilst all the while suggesting that there are substantial richest to be found.
Bit I mean, let’s be honest, a deposit on a house in some of the rougher ends of the UK might only be a few thousand. That’s technically purchasing a house. By the same token, you could be talking about six or even seven figures.
Put bluntly, there are some incredible claims made by Confidential Publishing in the marketing for The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System. The thing with this is that ultimately, anybody can claim anything. As such, without evidence, it is all fundamentally meaningless conjecture.
This is where The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System starts to fall apart because a lack of evidence backing up any of the claims made is by far and away one of the biggest problems here. Does that hold it back a lot? Let’s have a look.
What Does The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System Offer?
Essentially, The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System is a self selection horse racing betting system that uses a somewhat niche betting approach. According to Paul Coleman.
This allows for massive amounts of profit to be made, all from just a few pound stakes. There is a lot to cover in this regard and where necessary I will go into as much detail as is fair (by which I mean I don’t want to give away Paul Coleman’s methods behind The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System here for free. Irrespective of thoughts on the end product, it just isn’t reasonable).
So what do you actually get? As is about par for the course for this kind of product, The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System comes as a self selection training manual. There isn’t too much to say about this in some respects.
It is very much what I have come to expect from manuals that show you a betting method. Paul Coleman has done a reasonable job in writing it and unlike some examples that spring to mind, I don’t see excessive amounts of padding. This is something that definitely counts for The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System in some respects.
All of this is well and good, and detailing what your selection process entails is about the bare minimum that I would expect from something like The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System. Unfortunately, that is about all that we receive.
Those of you who are like me and prefer a more numbers driven understanding of what to expect are rather likely to be left disappointed. The fact is that from what I have seen, there is little in the way of evidence of results from Paul Coleman or Confidential Publishing. This is massively problematic for a number of reasons.
Outside of that, there are only a few more notes that I have when it comes to The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System. First of all, there is the fact that because Paul Coleman uses Lucky 15 bets, you are likely going to end the day down rather than up.
As I will explore, this isn’t the be all and end all with the approach, it is an important to factor in. Secondly is the fact that if you want to take advantage of The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System, you will require accounts open with bookmakers (if we’re being realistic). This may mean that for some people, this isn’t an option due to bookmaker restrictions or even bans.
How Does The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System Work?
I have mentioned that The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System is based around Lucky 15 bets and you will have to work with these in order to follow along with the service.
For those who don’t know, a Lucky 15 is a bet type which is made up of a number of different smaller bets, including accumulators. This means 4 singles, 6 doubles, 4 trebles and a 4 fold.
This means that you will be staking quite a lot following the advice that Paul Coleman gives in The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System. Given that you will supposedly be identifying at least one bet per day, this starts to add up substantially.
In terms of the selection process behind The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System, there isn’t a lot that I can say without starting to give too much away. Paul Coleman has made the selection process behind The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System is easy to follow.
That is not a bad thing at all, however it is only one small part of the picture. Firstly, I am not convinced that The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System will actually work. In theory, these is something there, but I can’t help but feel that this is the kind of thing that works better on paper than in practice. Furthermore, I do think that you will have to prepare for some pretty substantial losing streaks
What is the Initial Investment?
Rather unfortunately, Paul Coleman only provides one option if you wish to sign up to The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System. This is a one time payment of £29.73 (plus VAT bringing the total up to £35.68) which is sold as a limited time offer (I am not convinced of this at all though). Supposedly, the cost of The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System will go up to £99.73 “if it sells well”.
It is worth noting that although Paul Coleman doesn’t mention it anywhere, The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System does actually (or more luckily..) come with a full 60 day money back guarantee. This is backed up by Clickbank who handle the transaction on Paul Coleman’s behalf.
What is the Rate of Return?
Rather unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a definitive question in terms of how The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System works. Paul Coleman says that he is currently more than £43,000 in profit for this year, which isn’t necessarily a bad starting point. Unfortunately this number is massively inconsistent across the wider service.
For example, we are told that £10,000 has been made in just 2 days, whilst elsewhere, there are claims of hundreds of pounds in a whole week. The biggest problem for me however is the lack of any evidence that The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System can do what Paul Coleman claims.
Conclusion on The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System
Lucky 15 bets are something that can be used for successful and profitable betting. I have seen a few examples that have done particularly well, however I wouldn’t necessarily recommend them to everybody.
The fact of the matter is that whilst you can make money this way, it requires time, patience and a very large betting bank. This is all something that Paul Coleman glosses over with The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System.
This is also a part of why I call the claimed results into question. One of the bets tipster services that I have seen that utilises Lucky 15 bets has produced a profit of 6,500 points over a 2.5 year period.
This would mean 2,600 points per year which, in order to attain the £40,000 Paul Coleman claims would mean stakes of £15 per point, or £225 on each Lucky 15. This isn’t quite preposterous, but it is also a long way from the position that I know most people will be betting at. But this is also based on one of most profitable services I have looked at.
All of this ties into something that is the standout problem in my book. Namely the worrying and distinctive lack of evidence that anything that Paul Coleman says is true, or that The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System can actually deliver.
This kind of thing is very commonplace and in my experience, the sort of services which crop up making these entirely unverified claims are usually gone within 3 months.
Now, that isn’t to say necessarily that The Lucky 15 Horse Racing System is a scam. I do however believe that any investment is a calculated risk, and I personally see this as slightly riskier than I would personally like.