Racing Diamond (Final Update)

| September 4, 2019 | Reply


Product Name:

Racing Diamond

Company Name & Contact Details:

Premium Sports Tipsters

Apt 29525
Chynoweth House,
Trevissome Park,


There are three options:
£48 every 28 days
£96 every 90 days or;
£177 every 6 months

The six months option is available at £97 for the first six months.

Money Back Guarantee:

None mentioned.

What Do You Get?

Multiple selections, generally three, in qualifying races each day. All selections are placed as straight win singles to one-point flat stakes. Selections are sent the evening before racing via email and are also available by Telegram messenger.

Where to Buy:

Racing Diamond

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 200-points is recommended for this service.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The Racing Diamond sales page claims 48-points profit per month on average since September 2017.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

There is no complicated staking plan and all selections are straight win singles. The time is in the volume, with an average of nine to 12 tips a day, more when there are more qualifying races. Even busy days shouldn’t require more than15 minutes or so to get everything placed.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

The standard recommendation of a laptop, PC, tablet or Smartphone with internet connectivity and access to a range of online bookmaker accounts applies to this service.

Value for Money?

I’ll wait for the conclusion of the three months before offering an opinion. Although the second month delivered a nice profit and the final month was just a small loss, it never really recovered from the significant loss in the first month. The bank was never really troubled once the second month made a recovery, but overall I cannot award a VFM pass based on the review period.

Quality of Customer Service?

Setting up the review was quick and simple, with access made available immediately and all emails answered in a timely and courteous manner.


Racing Diamond is one of the services carried by Premium Sports Tipsters. It was established in September 2017 by “a group of sports mad enthusiasts who had developed a strong interest in betting, but had for many years suffered losses after losses and made plenty of mistakes”. Their passion to succeed led them to fully explore their strategies and data until they identified certain patterns in the data that were successful time after time. Racing Diamond was born.

The system identifies the races each day which meet the specific criteria and then backs multiple selections, usually three, in each of those races. All selections are backed at flat one-point stakes to win. The average odds of the selections are around 10/1 (11.0), with nothing shorter than 5/2 (obviously).

On average there are three or four qualifying races per day, although this can vary up or down on occasion. This does mean there will be somewhere in the region of 350 tips per month.

The selections are sent by email the evening before racing, generally after 20:00, and are also available via the Telegram messenger app. Delivery via Telegram messenger will generally be much quicker than by email, so it is possible to gain a few crucial minutes in trying to get the recommended prices by signing up for this option.

The Racing Diamond sales page claims an average monthly profit of 48-points since September 2017, with 17 of 19 months making profit (up to March 2019). Their detailed results page shows April and May also in profit, but June making a loss of just under 100-points. All of these figures are to best odds guaranteed (BOG).

They also show a strike rate of 13.76% and an overall return on investment (ROI) of 17.93%.

Results – Month 1 (4th June 2019 to 3rd July 2019)

The first month of the review was a huge disappointment given the historic claims of the service. However, the loss of 116.01 points does compare to the loss recorded on the Racing Diamond site for the calendar month of June.

There were 354 tips in the month, bang on expectation, which resulted in 312 runners (after taking out non-runners and void races). Those runners though produced just 24 winners, a strike rate of 7.69%, a telling factor in the significant loss given that the average is almost double this. The low strike rate also gave rise to some significant losing runs between winners in the period.

The average odds of the selections was 12.71(close to 12/1), although the winning selections averaged closer to 8/1 (8.90).

The loss this month has caused a drawdown of over half the bank, and the hope is that it is very much the blip it would appear to be if the historic figures are to be repeated.

Results – Month 2 (4th July 2019 to 3rd August 2019)

A 14/1 winner on the first day of the month set the tone for a much improved showing. The final profit of 49.32 points for Month 2 was a welcome relief after the first month’s loss. The overall position after two months is still a loss, but the deficit has been reduced to 66.69 points from well over 100.

This month’s performance in isolation was bang on the historic monthly average claimed. You need to bear in mind that we do not show BOG (best odds guaranteed) which the Premium Sports Tipsters’ results do, so in effect this month was probably better than average.

There were four particularly good days in the month. First off the 13th July returned three winners from five qualifying races, including The Lords Walk at 10/1, for a daily profit of 10.38 points. That was surpassed on 23rd July when the three winners from five races were advised at 16/1 (Rule 4 applied), 6/1 and 17/2 for 19.9 points on the day. Another 10-points was added on 30th July with another three from five. But the best came on 31st July with a daily profit of 31.10 points. A busy day with seven qualifying races saw five winners found, including Stay Forever at 11/1 and Bercasa at 14/1.

The return on investment in the month was 15.51%, but of course we are still in a cumulative loss position after two months.

Results – Month 3 (4th August 2019 to 3rd September 2019)

Whilst the final month didn’t manage to emulate the previous month’s profit, it did ultimately deliver only a small loss of 9.17 points. The damage had been done in the first month though and the overall loss for the review period was 75.86 points.

Talking about strike rates for this service is a bit meaningless as there are generally three selections in each qualifying race. Therefore, even if they got the winner of every race the strike rate would still only show 33.33%! That said, there were only five more winners this month compared to Month 1 which had the horrendous loss. The reason the loss this month was nowhere near as high was that the total number of selections was 41 less. 

There was one day, 25th August, which had three winners from three races and that returned a daily profit of just over 12-points. 31st August also had a daily profit of 12-points, but from two winners at higher odds. The highlight of the month was undoubtedly Creek Harbour’s win at 28/1 which led to a daily profit of 20-points on 9th August. Not far behind was Universal Gleam’s 20/1 success (reduced by a Rule 4 deduction), although that was the solitary winner on a day of seven qualifying races and ended with a small loss on the day.

The recommended betting bank of 200-points is not seriously threatened at this stage.

Summary at End of Month 1

The loss corresponds to the result shown on the Racing Diamond webpage, which is just the fourth losing month in almost two years according to their figures. The next two months will tell us if this is just a blip with a return to the historic levels witnessed.

Summary at End of Month 2

A huge improvement from the first month, with a result that was well in line with the historic average. However, we still need a good third month to make back the remainder of the deficit and move towards an overall profit for the review.

Summary at End of Month 3

It was always going to be difficult to recover from the first month in a short review period. Although Month 2 showed the profit potential of the service the overall result was below expectations, albeit over a very short period.


A full breakdown of the results during the review can be found here.


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