Race King
  • Value for Money
    (5)
  • ROI
    (4)
  • Lifetime Profit
    (4)
  • Bank Growth
    (4)
  • Price Attainability
    (4)
  • Volatility
    (4)
  • Relative Strike Rate
    (4)
Overall
4.1
Comments Rating 0 (0 reviews)

Summary

The Race King is a selective horse racing service that tips on Class 3 races and above.

Although this is still a relatively new service at the time of writing…

The Race King is displaying a good lifetime profit and an impressive strike rate – suggesting that Steve G is beating the odds with his selections.

Overall: shaping up to be a quality service at a very low price.

Pros

  • Decent lifetime profit to date.
  • High quality tips.
  • Associated with another proven service.
  • High strike rate.
  • Very high ROI (at the time of writing).
  • Very cheap on the annual plan.
  • 60-day money back guarantee.

Cons

  • Might not be enough tips for some people.

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Name:The Race King
Website:RaceKing.co.uk
Platform:ClickBank
Type:Horse racing tipster
Price:£14.95 per month or £79 for 1 year
Trial?No
Money-back guarantee?60-days
Rating:4.1 / 5
Recommended?Yes
How to join?Click here to get your tips

Up until a few days ago?

I’d never heard of The Race King tipster service.

But then I kept getting random emails promoting this ‘high class’ system that’s supposedly made more than £15,000 in profit in less than 5 months.

Which all sounds very impressive.

Screenshot of The Race King Website.

Image source: RaceKing.co.uk

But as I’m sure you already know…

The tipping service ‘industry’ is infested with scammers and con artists that are looking to run off with your subscription fees.

And I’ve not yet been able to find any legit Race King reviews elsewhere online at the time of writing.

So I decided to take a look myself.

Here’s what I discovered.

What is The Race King?

The Race King is a horse racing service that apparently focuses on tipping in Class 3 races and above.

And according to their sales page…

The Race King claims that this is to avoid unpredictable races, poor jockeys, and ensure that bets are made on the ‘most reliable horses’.

Here are the stats that I’ve gathered for The Race King service (correct at the time of writing):

Launched:January 2019
Bets on record:264
Cumulative profit:+153 points
Ave. odds:6.15
ROI:57.9%
Strike rate:50.8%
Ave. monthly profit:+34 points
Starting bankroll:100 points
Bank growth:153%
Bet size:1 point win or 0.5 points E/W
Bet volume:Approx. 50 – 60 tips per month
Selections sent:Tuesday – Saturday
Works on the exchange?Unknown

Who’s Behind The Race King?

On the sales page…

It says that ‘Steve G’ is the person who picks the tips.

And if that name sounds familiar…

Then it might be because Steve G is also behind the Racing Expert service that I’ve previously reviewed here on Online Income Solutions.

Racing Expert Logo

Is The Race King a Scam or Legit?

I’m inclined to say that The Race King is legit and NOT a scam.

Because I actually tested the Racing Expert for 5 months and I made a profit of +15.3 points at the prices taken.

I was very impressed with the high strike rate and selective tips.

And the Racing Expert is still going strong today with more than 238 points of profit currently on record.

So…

I’m going to go ahead and assume that The Race King is going to follow suit…

And make a real effort to deliver a quality service for as long as possible.

(Rather than trying to make a few quid from your subs and disappear into the abyss).

How Much Does a Subscription Cost?

At the time of writing?

There are two plans.

You can either pay £14.95 per month.

Or £79 for a year’s access.

The latter option works out at just £6.58 per month.

Can You Get a Refund?

Yes.

You can claim your subscription costs back in full anytime within 60 days from your initial purchase.

You can cancel the rebills at any time.

This can be done via the ClickBank website.

What Can You Expect?

I’ve had a look at the betting record for The Race King.

And if I’m honest?

It kind of looks like this service is exhibiting qualities that resemble the Racing Expert service.

And depending on your style of betting…

This may turn out to be a good thing.

Here’s what I think we can expect from The Race King.

1: A High Strike Rate

Much like the Racing Expert…

The Race King is already starting to display a very high strike rate for a horse racing tipster of this sort.

Which currently clocks in at 50.8%

And if this rate can be maintained?

Then this service may be an ideal candidate for scaling out your bets at regular intervals as your bank begins to grow due to the shorter losing runs.

This will allow you to exploit the effects of compounding to grow your bankroll at an exponential rate.

Now…

At the time of writing the ROI for this service is a staggering 57.9%

And to be truthful?

I wouldn’t expect this to remain that high as the number of bets on record begins to increase.

Because any horse racing service that can simultaneously maintain a 50.8% strike rate and a 57.9% ROI would be nothing short of phenomenal.

But only time will tell!

2: Bets With An Edge

In respect to the current strike rate?

You’d expect to secure odds of 2.0 based on the 50% win rate.

However…

The average odds being secured are currently above 6.1.

This suggests to me that Steve G is beating the odds at a significant margin.

Hence the impressive lifetime profit to date.

3: Low Bet Volume

Much like the Racing Expert…

The tips are very selective.

Because although I averaged the number of tips out to be around 2 per day based on the current data set…

Sundays and Mondays are typically ‘no bet’ days.

This may or may not suit you depending on your betting style.

Personally, I find it less hassle to follow a low volume tipster.

But it can sometimes take longer to see a profit simply because there’s a lower number of tips being issued.

Pros

  • Decent lifetime profit to date.
  • High quality tips.
  • Associated with another proven service.
  • High strike rate.
  • Very high ROI (at the time of writing).
  • Very cheap on the annual plan.
  • 60-day money back guarantee.

Cons

  • Might not be enough tips for some people.

Conclusion: Looks Impressive So Far

Admittedly…

It’s still very early days for The Race King.

But even with less than 300 bets on record over a period of 5 months…

I’m still quite impressed with what I’ve seen so far.

I’m a fan of the annual payment plan because it works out at just £6.58 per month.

Which means that you won’t have your winnings eaten up each month by huge subscription costs.

Plus…

There’s a 60-day money back guarantee.

And you can cancel at any time via the ClickBank platform.

Overall?

I think this is a decent high strike rate tipster to add to your sports betting tipster portfolio…

But without having to break the bank each month to shell-out on premium fees.

Not bad at all.

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