Created by Richard Parker, All Weather Edge is a horse racing system that puts the focus on the trainers rather than the horses themselves.
What is the product?
All Weather Edge teaches users the same system that Richard Parker claims to use to generate an income. The system differs from many horse racing systems in that the focus is not on the form of the horses themselves, rather those who are responsible for training them. Richard Parker claims to have invested a lot of time into horse racing analysis and has noted a pattern of certain trainers consistently producing horses that are capable of winning in all-weather races. This has been developed into All Weather Edge.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
You can get All Weather Edge for just £22.95 if you try to leave the sales page. Without this discount, Richard Parker charges £27 for the All Weather Edge system. It is worth noting that there is no money back guarantee in place for this product. The returns on your investment are something that isn’t really discussed which isn’t exactly promising for a product that is designed to directly generate an income.
Does the product provide value for money?
I am not entirely convinced that All Weather Edge does provide value for money.
Here’s the thing with All Weather Edge, there is nothing to suggest that it is profitable. The system itself seems somewhat questionable to me as if this pattern were as clear as Richard Parker claims then I am pretty certain it would have been picked up on long before now. The lack of proofing of any sort is arguably the biggest let down for me.
Even if a product doesn’t offer a breakdown of figures, even a single claim is enough to help make a decision on a product, and since All Weather Edge lacks this, I can only conclude that it is something to avoid.