RL Rated Racing (Final Update)

| December 14, 2018 | Reply


Product Name:

RL Rated Racing

Company Name & Contact Details:


JLC Marketing Ltd,
71–75 Shelton Street,
Covent Garden,



There is a 7-day trial membership available for £1.20 (being £1 plus VAT).

Monthly membership then costs £27.99 and quarterly membership £69.99 (a saving of 16.66% over the monthly cost). Although the trial membership appears as £1 plus VAT when you click on the subscribe link, the monthly and quarterly fees state that they are inclusive of VAT.

BetInfo24 also offer an annual membership to this service at £189.99 plus VAT, a total cost of £227.99, which saves £107.89 (32.1%) against 12 individual monthly subscriptions.

Money Back Guarantee:

Yes. A full 30-day money back guarantee covers this service.

What Do You Get?

Two tips per day from UK and Irish racing on Mondays to Fridays and some Saturdays. Normally advised as win singles, but with the occasional each-way selection as well. Tips are delivered by email and there is also a members’ area where selections can be accessed.

Where to Buy:

RL Rated Racing

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

The starting bank recommended by RL Rated Racing is 50-points.

How Much Money Can I Make?

No specific claims made. However, the website states £217 per month average profit in one place and “£190 profit per month since Dec 2017” in another. Both of these are based on £20 per point stakes.

If we look at the detailed results spreadsheet which runs from February 2018 we see a total profit of 61.48 points up to the end of September. This equates to an average of 7.685 points profit per month.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

This is a very straightforward service to follow, with just two single bets to be placed each day. No more than a couple of minutes are required when the email is received, which is usually between 09:00 and 11:00.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

Although a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with internet access are recommended in order to be able to secure the best price once the tips are released, this service can just as easily be operated through a bookmaker’s shop. The only caveat being the potential drop in price if there is a delay in placing the bets.

Value for Money?

As always, I will defer comment until the conclusion of the review period, but the early signs are promising. With a net profit (after the cost of the subscription) of £99.63 to £10 per point stakes or £834.03 to £50 per point over three months, there is value to be had from this service.

Quality of Customer Service?

According to the “Contact Us” page on the website, BetInfo24 aim to respond to all queries within 24-hours. They also advertise full support 7-days a week. This hasn’t been tested.


From the information on the website it appears that RL Rated Racing went live on the BetInfo24 platform from 1st February 2018, although reference to “£190 profit per month since Dec 2017” on the website suggests there may have been some earlier proofing results in that number.

The stats and figures for RL Rated Racing on the website are only calculated up to the end of August and show £1,519 total profit since February 2018 (based on £20 per point stakes), average monthly profits of £217 (same £20 stakes), strike rate of 34% and an ROI of 22%.

There are two selections per day from UK and Irish racing on Mondays to Fridays and sporadic Saturdays, which are advised as win, or occasionally each-way, singles. Although the results for this service are based on singles they also point out the opportunity to double up each day into a double as well. In the first month of the review, both selections won on just two of the 21 days when tips were sent.

Selections are sent via email, usually between 09:00 and 11:00. They are also available in the members’ area of the website. The email itself has a brief summary of the thinking behind each selection, the race details, the selection, the advised odds and the stake, either win or each way. Staking is usually one-point to win or 0.5-points each way, although there are infrequent occasions when this doubles up to two-points win or one-point each-way.

There is a full breakdown of results since February 2018 on the website and this is regularly updated, usually within 48-hours.

Results – Month 1 (13th September to 12th October 2018)

RL Rated Racing exceeded its average monthly profit in the first month of the review, generating a total profit of 12.45 points. It wasn’t all plain sailing though, as with eight days of the period to go we were sitting on a cumulative loss of 8.85 points. However, a run of nine winners from the 14 selections between then and the end of the month ensured the profit was secured.

The worst run we endured during the first month was six consecutive losers. Although there were several instances of three losers as well, there were also regular winners which kept the loss manageable until the final flourish at the end of the period, which included a run of four consecutive winners.

The overall strike rate in the month was 35.71% (15 out of 42), which is totally in line with the historic average claimed of 34%.

The average odds of selections in the period was 4.36 (around 100/30) whilst the winning selections had average odds of 3.27 (around the 9/4 mark). The stand out winner in the month came on the final day as Aussie Valentine won a one-mile handicap at Dundalk. This selection was advised one-point each-way at 7.5 (13/2) for 7.8 points of profit.

With a Return on Investment (ROI) of 27.07% and an ROC (Return on Capital) of 24.9%, this was a very good start to the review period.

Results – Month 2 (13th October to 12th November 2018)

Whilst the first month ended strongly, including a run of four consecutive winners, this month was the complete opposite as the last four selections all lost to wipe out a chunk of the profit that had been gained. However, despite the strike rate dropping to 24.24% this period, an increase in the average odds of the winning selections to 4.53 (7/2) meant we still secured a profit of 7.60 points. Added to the profit brought forward, we are now sitting on over 20 points cumulatively.

The worst run this period was five consecutive losers in the very early stages, although we also had the unbroken run of four at the end of the month which dampened the profits somewhat.

The best return this month came from Fintown Boy’s success at Fairyhouse advised at 9/2 (5.5), although the longest odds winner was New Agenda at 7/1 (8.0) which was advised as a half-point each way bet.

With the ROI (Return on Investment) achieving 23.03% in Month 2, we now have an overall ROI for two months of 25.38%. For the same two months the ROC (Return on Capital) is a very healthy 40.1%. The net ROI, after deducting the cost of the subscription, is 13.41% at £10 per point stakes and 20.98% at £50 per point.

Results – Month 3 (13th November to 12th December 2018)

The final month started off strongly with 6.5 points profit gained in the first week. However, Richard couldn’t  quite make it three out of three profitable months as a run of two winners in the next 16 bets saw the profit fall away. However, there was no real damage done as the month ultimately ended with a tiny loss of 1.69 points. Overall this left us with a profit of 18.36 points for the review as a whole. 

Although the strike rate this month was almost identical to last, the final result was not as good due to the average odds of the winning selections being a full point lower at 3.5 (5/2). Over three months the strike rate averaged out to 28.85% and the average odds of winning selections to 3.66 (just over 5/2).

With the average odds of all selections for the month being 4.47 (c. 7/2), the average across the three months became 4.74 (just under 4/1). The odds ranged from 2.375 (11/8) to 17 (16/1) this month, although the two 16/1 shots were outliers – the next highest being 6.5 (11/2) – and were two of the three each way selections.

Despite the small loss in Month 3, RL Rated Racing still delivered an ROI of 16.84% for the review period. After deducting the cost of the membership this figure becomes a net ROI of 8.49% at £10 per point stakes or 15.07% at £50 per point. 

The ROC ended at 36.72%, which becomes 19.93% net at £10 per point stakes or 33.36% net at £50 per point stakes.

Summary at End of Month 1

A very encouraging start, with profit, ROI and ROC all showing an excellent rate of return.

Summary at End of Month 2

Another solid month from RL Rated Racing, with an ROI over 25% for the two months to date and a profit in excess of 20 points to predominantly one-point stakes.

Summary at End of Month 3

Whilst it was a shame to close out with a small monthly loss, the overall return of 18.36 points profit, 16.84% ROI and 36.72% ROC to flat one-point stakes (or one-point each way) still point to a successful review.  On that basis I am happy to award a 4-star rating to this service.

The full results for the review period can be viewed here.


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