Winter Race Secrets is the latest heavily promoted ‘here today, gone tomorrow’ system on the scene. It’s a laying system being sold by ‘Walter Samuels’. Interesting then that the website is actually owned by Steve Tenpenny. Not a common name, and so it’s entirely possible that he’s the same Steve Tenpenny of stevetenpenny.com fame.
That’s a site that is all about internet marketing, and gives an insight into how interested Steve is in horse racing and betting, perhaps.
To the system: Â£37 gets you the rules, or Â£27 if you cancel from the page in the first instance and then click the ‘cancel’ button on the pop-up. Presumably concerned by the wanton misuse of bits and bytes and general data transfer issues, Steve – sorry, Walter – doesn’t even bother with a pdf this time, and instead just puts the rules on an unsecured webpage.
Winter Race Secrets is a laying system for use between December and January, and has four very poorly researched rules taken directly from adrianmassey.com. One of the rules, if it had been properly researched would have turned this into a plausible laying approach. But, as is so often the case with these scam products, a couple of hours or days of additional research have been sacrificed in favour of lobbing the thing out of the door.
One of the rules is completely back-fitted and, unfortunately for the vendor, it’s the same one that I’ve referred to above, which could have actually given Winter Race Secrets a chance.
As it stands, whilst the profit claims are probably accurate (I say ‘probably’ because I couldn’t get the same research tool to deliver the same quoted results using the same parameters), the Winter Race Secrets system is extremely unreliable in my opinion due to the parlous rule alluded to above.