What is the product about?

Race2Profit is a system devised by Mr. John Hamer (who also presently operates Pegasus Racing Club) in conjunction with his business partner John Unitt. They system is based around analysis by the

What does the product offer?

The product is an email subscription service that claims to offer massive potential profit and is based around research carried out on focus groups as to what they wanted from a tipping service.

The system operates on a free for 30 day basis. After that period if you are not 100% satisfied with the program you can then opt out making it a risk free prospect. It operates on what Race2Profit call a “Bet and Forget” system meaning that you place your bets at the start of the day and then check in at the end to see how you have done.

How does the product work?

The product works by assessing and analysing form of horses to produce the most statistically likelihood of choosing winners. In fact the strike rate is actually around 48% which sounds low but the realism of the figure instills some sense of confidence compared to some of the more ludicrous claims out there. The product uses Betfair to ensure that odds are not altered by bookkeepers or accounts closed.

What is the initial investment?

The system is free for the first 30 days and after that the costs are £49 per month, £135 per quarter or £495 per year. On top of this there is the cost of betting which Race2Profit claim can be as little as £96.

As of writing this the program is no longer accepting new subscribers but you can apply to have your name added to a waiting list free of charge.

What is the rate of return?

Using a flat 5% stake system based upon a starting figure of £100 Race2Profit calculate you can make £9,373 in a little over a year. They then claim that if you utilise a variable stake system with £1 per point you can make as much as £67385.74. This is a staggering claim although it does seem to be entirely hypothetical.


Race2Profit certainly seems to have some potential. The first 30 days free instils confidence and the fact that there are no wild claims is also oddly reassuring. The team have some pedigree behind them what with Mr. Hamer’s experience running Pegasus Racing Club. Some of the claims on returns seem rather outlandish but since they seem to be hypothetical rather than a reflection of how much you will earn this seems like a fair game.

The only issues that really stand out is the fact that at present there are no available places and secondly, the costs seem a tad on the expensive side compared to some of its competitors. The optimistic amongst you may just see this as a sign of paying for quality so take from that what you will.

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