Created by Paul Sanford, Race Elite is a horse racing tipster service that favours backing horses with outside chances.
What is the product?
Race Elite is a pretty standard example of a tipster service. Created by Paul Sanford, it provides selections for flat and national hunt races with said selections being sent directly to subscribers email “most days”. The races covered y Race Elite are all in the UK or Ireland and the majority of bets will be back to win with a focus on extracting value by backing horses with longer odds (anywhere from 2/1 right up to 20/1). Race Elite uses a unique system that Paul Sanford makes no effort to divulge information about instead saying that it is based on older systems he has used that have worked. In terms of the performance it is difficult to gauge, there is no proofing and Race Elite provides no strike rate.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Available for £19.95 per month, Race Elite is around half the price of a tipster service from a stable like Betfan. Race Elite also has an advantage in so much as it is sold through ClickBank which means that there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place. In terms of the profitability of the Race Elite, it is claimed to have produced a points profit of “nearly 80 points” in June.
Unfortunately though this isn’t a proofed system and there is no list of bets places so you are left to simply take the word of Paul Sanford.
Does the product provide value for money?
On paper I think that Race Elite does represent value for money but I am not convinced by the results.
With proper proofing Race Elite could put itself in a very strong position. The fact is that the system is significantly cheaper than most on the market and also comes with a money back guarantee to help minimise your losses. This is offset by the fact that you are left to take the word of the creator on most things, hardly an unbiased source. All in all, I see this as a bit of a risk takers on.
I would be inclined to paper trade for a month and then consider whether to commit or claim a refund.