Created by Ruby Archer, Racing Ruby is a horse racing tipster service that makes selections based on a piece of software she developed.
What is the product?
Racing Ruby is a tipster service providing users with daily tips for horse racing. These are back to win and there are typically 2-4 selections. All of this has an alleged strike rate of 72% with average odds of 7.1. The selections are made based on software that creator Ruby Archer developed after leaving university (allegedly with degrees in equine science and computer science). She says that she developed the software for owners and trainers but found that it could easily filter out winners based on previous performance. This all seems rather doubtful for me and I remain cynical. On top of these tips you receive various manuals that provide additional information on betting methods and staking.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Racing Ruby sells for £32 which apparently provides you with a lifetime of tips (there are no mention of subscription fees). As this is sold through ClickBank there is also a full 60 day money back guarantee should you be unhappy. In terms of returns, there is surprisingly not a massive amount of information and certainly no proofing.
The closest that you come is the claim that you can use £20 stakes to earn £3711.85 each month.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given my findings when researching this I absolutely don’t think Racing Ruby is value for money.
On the face of things Racing Ruby looks great, but I am very doubtful about much of this product. I personally suspect that this has been set up entirely as a marketing operation and that Ruby Archer isn’t a real person at all, although there is very little conclusive evidence of this. I don’t like the lack of proofing one bit and when looking into Racing Ruby I can see why there isn’t one.
There have been examples of people actually encountering strike rates that are closer to 17% than 72%. I find this whole thing rather dubious and with the number of proofed and known tipsters out there I would definitely avoid Racing Ruby.