Raceonomics – ready for profits from day 1


ready for profits from day 1…

Hey fellow punters!

Ian Sutton and Rob Morris here from Raceonomics and we want to give you exactly what you came here looking for…

…an edge over the bookies!

Me and Rob met back in our university days and spent many hours and late nights combining our betting approaches to the next days racing.

We have been working together ever since.

In 2016 we developed an algorithm we refer to as Raceonomics and have been tweaking it year on year.

2017 saw us put our money behind the service and walk away from the bookies with a combined £72,540 profit. (£36,000 each)

2018 saw us both clear £60,000 taking the combined profit of £120,000

Further tweaks have seen profits increase and with us adding members to the service the total earnings for 2019 is fast approaching 7 figures for total earnings from combined profit/loss from us and our members.

Our increase in profits have come form a combination of increasing our stakes and tweaking the algorithm to give more profitable results.

So what is the Raceonomics Algorithm?

This is much more than a equation for picking out the best horse in a race, this algorithm picks the most profitable bets to place on a given day.

This is a results driven formula based on maximising profit and reducing losses through precision selection.

It may select a winner in a race but after checking the odds it may discard an odds on favourite in favour of another selection which will return more profit.

It may tell us that there are no worthwhile bets to place that day.

It may tell us to back horses at 50/1.

The goal is always the same, maximise profits, reduce losses and lost bets, every single day.

The Raceonomics Algorithm has selected horses that return a profit 84.7% of the time.

Picking the right horse to back is only half of the puzzle…

The algorithm picks out its selections based on profitability, this means placing different bets on the selection.

So it will give us a % stake to place against the win and a % stake to place against the place markets.