Created by Peter Herd, Racing Matrix is a horse racing tipster service that the creator claims is able to consistently provide subscribers with winning bets.
What is the product?
According to the sales page for Racing Matrix, Peter Herd can help you to make an income you can rely on. This is claimed to be mostly down to the consistency with which his selections win (something I shall look at below). As a service Racing Matrix is in many ways not that different to its peers. Selections are sent out by email as well as being uploaded to a member’s area on the website for Racing Matrix with 2 to 4 selections each day on average. Quite what the selection process for Racing Matrix involves isn’t something that is looked at enough for my tastes. Whilst Peter Herd says that he has drawn on his experience as a software designer to create a computer programme that will pick horses for him.
This has allegedly involved looking at things like the health of horse and jockey as well as the traffic on the way to the race to predict stress levels of horses. Whilst all of this sounds impressive however it isn’t really enough for my liking especially when you start to look at some of the other problems that Racing Matrix has (in my opinion).
One of the things that Racing Matrix does have going for it is that there is a simple staking plan in place which means just 1 point per race. The strike rate for Racing Matrix is claimed to be 41% which is proofed however the proofing that Peter Herd provides seems questionable to me.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
By far and away one of the most appealing aspects of Peter Herd’s selections for Racing Matrix is the price. You can get 3 months of access on a subscription basis for just £20 (plus VAT). Because it is sold through Clickbank, Racing Matrix also comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee. In terms of the income, Racing Matrix has allegedly made 1133 points in around 5 months, a figure that I personally find to be rather unbelievable.
Does the product provide value for money?
Despite a low sale price I’m not really convinced that Racing Matrix does provide value for money for a number of reasons.
Racing Matrix is the kind of service where every pro seems to have an immediate con. For example the service is cheap and comes with a 60 day money back guarantee, but really there isn’t anything to suggest that Peter Herd is a genuine tipster. The service is proofed but this only runs for 3 months, all of which have passed. This means that there is absolutely no guarantee that the results are genuine.
There are huge profits but again, the evidence is sketchy at best. Perhaps the nail in the coffin for me is that whilst proofing ends in August, Racing Matrix has been live as a website since the start of October. This means that there is a month unaccounted for and that doesn’t bode well for what little legitimacy Racing Matrix seems to have.