Created by Paul Price, Stable Race Winners is a horse racing tipster service that offers daily selections betting using level stakes.
What is the product?
Providing daily selections for horse racing across the UK and Ireland, Stable Race Winners is an email based tipster service. Bets are level stakes and are generally backing horses to win at odds of between 1.7 and 21. Paul Price sends out selections directly to Stable Race Winners subscribers around 7am typically. Unfortunately Paul Price doesn’t reveal a strike rate for Stable Race Winners but a look at the results show reasonably frequent 10 or more losing streaks. Given the process that Paul Price says that he went through to find the right selection process for tips, this is a little off putting. Over a 12 month period Paul Price claims to have trialled 40 different horse racing betting systems. Of these, 7 were allegedly proofed for a further 6 months before 3 were identified as long term winners. Stable Race Winners now uses these systems as the basis for all selections.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Paul Price sells Stable Race Winners for a one off cost of £20 (plus VAT for EU residents). Because it is sold through Clickbank, Stable Race Winners also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee. In terms of income, Paul Price claims to make an average 22 points of profit per month backing Stable Race Winners selections. This is contrary to the figures that are published which actually show 16.4 points of profit per month on average. This discrepancy is rather worrying to me personally as this is a rookie oversight.
Does the product provide value for money?
Despite a low price I am not certain enough that Stable Race Winners is a strong enough option to represent value for money.
I have looked at plenty of tipster services in my time reviewing but I don’t believe I have ever encountered one that is so inconsistent in earnings. This raises all kinds of questions for me, not least of which is whether results are back tested. Although it is one little slip up (admittedly on an otherwise average product), Stable Race Winners doesn’t do enough for me personally to even recommend based on the low purchase price.