Created by Henry Rix, Henry Rix Racing is a horse racing tipster service that offers limited selections that are designed to produce maximum profit.
What is the product?
Henry Rix Racing is a long running tipster service with Henry Rix allegedly having provided tips for 25 years. The service is definitely selective with just 3-5 selections on average per week. Henry Rix Racing’s selections are typically longer odds according to the sales material. They are generated through a combination of “computer generated ratings” as well as drawing on Henry Rix’s network of informants, a group that allegedly involve a number of owners and trainers. Selections are accessed directly through the Henry Rix Racing website or alternatively there is a number set up that you can call. There is a rather disappointing lack of statistics on the Henry Rix Racing website however Henry Rix does say that his service has been proofed in the racing post for a number of years.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
There are two subscription types on offer for Henry Rix Racing, both of which offer 6 and 12 month options with a 3 month option also available. Basically you can pay upfront for the service which will cost £695 for 3 months, £999 for 6 months and £1599 for 12 months. You can also choose to pay £499 for 6 months with a further £699 after making £3000 (based off £100 stakes) or £899 for 12 months plus another £899 when you have made £4000 (again this is based off £100 stakes). In terms of profits, Henry Rix Racing has produced an average 12.39 points per month for the last 18 years. This makes an overall profit of 2677 points over this period.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I find Henry Rix Racing is simply too expensive to be deemed value for money.
Henry Rix Racing clearly isn’t aimed at your average punter. In fact, the copy for Henry Rix Racing advertises £572 per week profit based on £200 stakes. A frankly phenomenal amount to most people. This is a shame as Henry Rix Racing seems to be a genuinely strong tipster service, it simply prices itself out of the market in my opinion. Especially with the lack of solid statistics (and nothing that I can find about his service on the Racing Post website).