Today i would like to introduce you to a new tipping service that is very well know for it’s winners:
As its name suggests, Strike Rate Racing has been designed for those that like to win their bets regularly.
Due to the high strike rate that it achieves, this service is perfect for regular bank top ups, and also for those that bet Lucky 15’s, Multis, Yankees etc.
There’s nothing more satisfying than hitting a winner, and with this service you can certainly achieve just that.
It’s a great way to make some extra money and will only take five minutes of your time.
What Does Strike Rate Racing Offer?
So, what can you realistically expect from Strike Rate Racing? It isn’t like the website tells you a whole lot.
The truth of the matter is that despite the approach, this seems to be a pretty straight forward horse racing tipster service. Selections are issued to subscribers on a near daily basis, and as you would expect, the tipster behind Strike Rate Racing sends them out directly via email. You can typically expect tips before 10am leaving a decent amount of time to get bets placed etc.
In terms of the bets themselves, I am yet to see anything from Strike Rate Racing but win bets. This would very much be in line with my expectations though. This is a service that wins often and it is clear that this cannot be achieved by backing outsiders, and if you aren’t stretching the odds then betting each way is a waste of money.
This brings me on to the odds side of Strike Rate Racing which are you would expect, are very much on the low side. Those looking for big wins are going to be left wanting unless they are willing to stake a lot. In terms of the volume of bets, this is where things become interesting. The Strike Rate Racing team say that free users “might get 1 tip a day” whilst paid subscribers will receive at least 4.
Moving on to the staking plan for Strike Rate Racing. Rather unfortunately, this is one of those circumstances where I have to say “or the lack thereof”. I haven’t seen a staking plan for Strike Rate Racing which is a bit of a disappointment. When it comes to betting on horses with lower odds, staking is a very important thing.
You can’t over stretch your hand, but by the same token, betting a pound a go will get you nowhere. I would have definitely liked to have seen more from Strike Rate Racing in this regard.
Finally we have the crux of what Strike Rate Racing is all about. It is right there in the name. That thing is the strike rate. Rather unfortunately, we aren’t given any specific claims. This rather bothers me given that it is core to Strike Rate Racing.
There is unfortunately no proofing on which to calculate such a number either. These two things are particularly worrisome combined in my book. This is because backing favourites and winning often can still end in a loss. Without understanding what to expect from Strike Rate Racing, you are a bit blind in this regard, and it is an important thing to consider.
How Does Strike Rate Racing Work?
The sales material for Strike Rate Racing says that when you sign up to the service, you are receiving selections from a team of “experienced professionals”. It also says that the service “utilises 1000’s of proven formulas and systems”. Both of these statements sound pretty impressive, however it is important to note that they don’t really say anything of weight. This is very disappointing to me.
I have always said that I don’t expect a tipster to give up their selection process. If you have developed a betting system from the ground up, you fully deserve to enjoy the fruits of your labour. What I do believe however is that you should provide enough information to do two things.
The first is that you aren’t plucking horses out of a hat and that there really is a system in place. The second is to have enough information for people to make an informed decision about that system. Strike Rate Racing unfortunately does neither.
What is the Initial Investment?
When you initially sign up for Strike Rate Racing, you opt to receive free tips. Obviously, these are somewhat limited in terms of quantity and scope. You can however subscribe to Strike Rate Racing on a paid basis in order to increase the number of selections. The first option here is to pay £12 per month. Alternatively, you can sign up to Strike Rate Racing for the whole year.
It is worth noting that whilst it isn’t actually mentioned anywhere in the sales material for Strike Rate Racing, there is in fact a full 60 day money back guarantee as the service is sold through Clickbank.
What is the Rate of Return?
Rather interestingly, there are no real claims made in terms of how much you can expect to make by following Strike Rate Racing. This is undoubtedly a huge disappointment. Realistically, I have seen services that rely on winning often before now and the results are very mixed.
It doesn’t take a lot to lose your profits and this can be a problem. It is worth noting however that it is still early days for Strike Rate Racing and as such, I could be proven wrong in the future.
Conclusion on Strike Rate Racing
Is it possible to make money with a high strike rate and low odds? That is the fundamental question that Strike Rate Racing raises for me. The answer is something of a complicated one, so strap yourselves in and I’ll try not to get too “mathy”. The short answer to this is that you can, however it is a very fine balancing act.
Taking as an example the results in the sales material for Strike Rate Racing, this involved horses winning at 1/2, 9/2, 9/4 and 9/2. If you had £10 on all of them, your profits would amount to £117.50. This is all well and good, but you really have to hammer home the wins on this.
This brings me to the question of the capability of the team behind Strike Rate Racing. Honestly, we aren’t really given any real insight or information into their processes or statistics to paint a picture.
That makes it very difficult to know what you can expect in the longer term. From what I have seen, I want to say that there is some potential to Strike Rate Racing. I do however believe that this is in part down to the value for money aspect.
Strike Rate Racing is very well priced. £12 per month isn’t a lot of money at all. Do I think that you will consistently get close to the example which is cited on the Strike Rate Racing website? No, is the short answer. Do I think that Strike Rate Racing is worth committing to? I think that it is a calculated risk.
There is a lot of potential for this to go wrong, and with no understanding of how bets are identified, this has to be seen as a real possibility.
For my money, I would rather pay more for something that is more certain. I can however entirely see the appeal in Strike Rate Racing.