Race Course Specialist is a collection of 10 separate horse racing systems, each designed specifically for a particular race track.
This collection of systems has been running for 6 years now (2015 being their 7th year) and they have collectively made over 100pts profit every single year with their worst year making 112.19pts profit and their best 163.24pts.
These systems tend to advise an average of 50 selections per month although this will fluctuate based on how often racing is running at the systems courses.
Here’s a breakdown of the results for each course, year on year.
If you want to see a full breakdown of these results, selection by selection, it is available to download on the Race Course Specialist website (just under the above graph in the green text) although it should be noted that these results have only been updated to the 19th of March 2015.
Just the systems or tips sent via email
You have the option of just downloading the pdf which contains all the systems and picking your selections manually each day.
This however, can be somewhat time consuming so they also offer the option to have the systems selections emailed to you on the morning of the days racing. (usually between 9am and 10am)
The previous results for Race Course Specialist looked very promising so I was fairly excited to trial this service and see if it would stand up to my high expectations.
Below are my results.
I have bet on each selection to level £10 stakes at BSP (Betfair Starting Price) and the profit/loss includes the standard 5% Betfair commission deductions.
Race Course Specialist Results
The trial got off to a relatively slow start in May before picking up a little in early to mid June. This was followed by a small losing spell towards the end of June and a slight overall loss for July so far.
I finished my trial with a small but reasonable profit of 12.75pts. This is slightly below average performance for this collection systems.
This doesn’t worry me too much though as the average odds of the selections over my trial was 6.14pts which can result in relatively high variance.
It would only take one more winner at those odds to put it on track for another 100pt+ year.
Over the trial period Race Course Specialist produced a respectable Return on Investment of 12.75% and a fairly low strike rate of 22%.
With that sort of strike rate you should expect a fair few losing runs but these should be more than made up for with the high odds winners.
You may have noticed when looking at the results that there are quite a few days with no bets.
This is due to the system being specific to certain race courses so if there is no racing at those courses that day, there will be no selections.
And even if there is racing at some of the courses, the system will not always have a selection for those races.
How much does it cost?
That depends whether you are looking to buy the system instructions or instead have the selections emailed to you.
Race Course Specialist Systems – £49.95 + VAT
Race Course Specialist Email Selections – First Month for £19.95 + VAT and £29.95 + VAT per month after
Just buying the system instructions works out cheaper in the long run but manually finding the selections yourself will take you around 10 – 30 minutes depending on the number of courses the system covers, that have racing on that day.
If you just purchase the selections by email you don’t have to worry about finding the selections. All you have to do is check your inbox and place the bets each day.
60 Day Money Back Guarantee
Race Course Specialist comes with a 60 day money back guarantee. If for whatever reason you are not happy with the service you can get a refund, no questions asked.
There is nothing to stop you from signing up, paper trading the selections for 60 days and requesting a refund if you don’t wish to use the service.
Final Thoughts on Race Course Specialist
Race Course Specialist is a nice little collection of systems and it looks like they will continue to produce a decent profit as they have done in previous years.
The low strike rate might put some people off but if you’re betting small stakes, relative to your total bankroll, this shouldn’t worry you.
100+ points profit per year backing selections at BSP is not too shabby, so I will be continuing to back Race Course Specialists selections now that the trial is over.
Thanks for another excellent review Kenny, have just signed up to them as well.
Thank you. I’m glad you found it helpful.
Hi, nice review. My question is:
How i get a verified account from UK?!
With the new law here in Portugal we can´t bet!! All bookies was banned!!
I have no experience of this myself but I am aware that online gambling is illegal in most of the USA and many people have found ways around it.
Just thinking off the top of my head, here is what I would do.
First off you would need a VPN to trick the site into thinking you were from the UK. I would recommend Tunnel Bear. https://www.tunnelbear.com/
You would also need a UK based address. There are ways of getting one of these without buying property in the UK. Try searching for UK virtual address and see what you can find.
As far as funding your account goes I would use an ewallet such as skrill or paypal so it is not obvious to the bookmaker what country the money is coming from.
If there’s a will, there’s a way. Good luck!