Created by Martin Clarke (and his team), Race Course Specialist is a number of betting systems for different race tracks across the UK.
What is the product?
Race Course Specialist is made up of 10 different betting systems, one for each of the race tracks covered. Race Course Specialist covers the 4 all weather tracks and select flat tracks. The flat races are Ascot, Ayr, Brighton, Newbury, Nottingham and finally York. The guide comes in a downloadable PDF document detailing each system. Because of the number of different systems in place, it is difficult to go into how every system works (as well as the obvious reasons for not doing this) however the fact that Martin Clarke and his team have worked on Race Course Specialist for as long as they (6 years) have suggests that they strongly believe in their system. All bets that Race Course Specialist recommend are level staking backing odds that on average come in at 5.19 per bet. For 2014 Race Course Specialist has a combined average strike rate that currently stands at 30.36% with the highest result being 48.3% and the lowest at 16.9%. As an optional upsell you can agree to get selections sent to you by Martin Clarke and the team if you don’t want to do the work yourself.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Martin Clarke is offering Race Course Specialist for a one time cost of £15. This means that you’ll be paying £1.50 per system. The upsell to receive selections directly via email are £4.95 for month one with the cost going up to £29.95 per month. Race Course Specialist also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee in place courtesy of Clickbank should you find that Race Course Specialist isn’t for you. In terms of the income potential for Race Course Specialist, Martin Clarke says that there hasn’t been a year since 2009 where there hasn’t been an overall profit of 100 points with an average of 144 points.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I don’t believe that Race Course Specialist does represent value for money for reasons that I shall explore below.
Each year Race Course Specialist has created a sustained profit however each system has very fluctuating results over the period of time. In my opinion this suggests that there are perhaps underlying issue, particularly when you consider that the proofing that shows this comes from the creator. This inconsistency is exactly why Martin Clarke says that Race Course Specialist has ended up with 10 systems as opposed to a single one. All of this doesn’t bode well in my book and whilst I think that there is still some positive things to take away from Race Course Specialist. At the costs that are involved and with the money back guarantee in place, there is very little risk involved however Race Course Specialist isn’t something that I would personally use. There are other betting systems that I feel have produced more consistent results.