Created by Simon and Lorraine Foreman and marketed through Castle Sporting Services, The Four Step Horse Racing System is a betting system for horse racing.
What is the product?
The Four Step Horse Racing System is a horse racing system that according to Simon and Lorraine Foreman allows you to generate “guaranteed” profits through daily betting. Castle Sporting Services provide The Four Step Horse Racing System as a downloadable PDF (a change from the usual methods that Simon and Lorraine Foreman employ which is usually direct selling of a physical copy). The system itself is claimed to be simple to follow, allegedly taking no more than around 15 minutes and either a daily paper or access to the internet. In terms of what the system entails, there is very little information provided in the sales material with the only information being that The Four Step Horse Racing System follows four simple steps that will identify winning horses that “have the best chance”, interesting phrasing given the fact that Simon and Lorraine Foreman say that the system is guaranteed. The methods contained within The Four Step Horse Racing System can allegedly be used in a betting shop or online with only a minimal betting bank required as the system is claimed to be “recession proof”. As a bonus, when you purchase The Four Step Horse Racing System through Castle Sporting Services you get four additional betting systems which are all available in the same PDF format.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Initially The Four Step Horse Racing System was sold by Simon and Lorraine Foreman for the rather steep price of £300. Castle Sporting Services are currently selling the product at £7.50, a further 50% deduction on their original sale price of £15. I am not surprised to see no mention of any money back guarantee and as such I wouldn’t expect this to be in place. In terms of how much you can expect to earn, Simon and Lorraine Foreman repeatedly say that you can expect to make anywhere from £300 to £1200 per week. Unfortunately they don’t mention the staking required to reach this figure however given the fact that they also talk about being able to start with a £25 betting bank, the logical conclusion is to link the two numbers (although I am not convinced).
Does the product provide value for money?
Despite a low sale price I don’t consider The Four Step Horse Racing System to be value for money at all.
Simon and Lorraine Foreman are rather well known in the betting community and unfortunately, not for the right reasons. I am yet to encounter a positive independent review of their services and given their claimed 35 years of experience in the field, this speaks volumes. There is nothing to suggest that Castle Sporting Services really filter or trial the systems that they sell and this combined with a lack of proofing (something that I have seen on a number of Simon and Lorraine Foreman products) suggests to me that this is going to be business as usual. With that in mind I would suggest avoiding The Four Step Horse Racing System .