The Edge Horse Racing System – A Review
In my experience of horse racing systems it is uncommon for the promoters to tell you anything about how the system works. To find this out you have to hand your money over before “the magic secret” is revealed. More often than not this turns out to be neither magic nor a secret. This, however, is not the case with Steve Carter’s “The Edge” system.
Steve the author of several successful systems is not shy in coming forward and telling what the system is all about. The Edge system operates only on the flat in handicap races. Basically it highlights horses that are improving faster than their handicap mark.
The system pinpoints horses running in handicaps at potentially false low weights due to their improvement. Having identified these “improvers” it is suggested you back them in up to their next 3 races. Once they have won a race you stop following them as the handicapper will certainly be raising them in the weights. If they do not win within three races you cut them from your list.
The Edge system has shown a profit of £29,118 in 6 months during 2008. This was made up by backing in 800 races to a level stake and finding 260 winners. already betting £10 you could have won nearly £3,000 during last year’s flat season. So far this year The Edge system is showing a profit of 108 points as of the 16th June.
Using the system you can expect to have on average 4 or 5 bets a day and it is uncommon not to get at the minimum one winner a day. As you use the system you will be building up a list of horse to follow. However if you buy The Edge, you can simply log onto Steve’s web page to see the complete current list of horse to follow. This can help you either to compare your list with Steve’s or just to simply use his list to apply the system.
For purchasers of The Edge Steve will send out a daily list by telephone or by the Internet telling which qualifiers are running that day. His service will continue until the end of the current flat race season. Also when you buy you will receive a list of the current horses to follow so you can start using the system straight away if you wish.
My one criticism of the system is presumably if you want to continue to receive the updates next year there will be a further payment. However, by that time you will either have become practiced at finding the horses to follow for yourself or found the system so profitable that you will not mind paying for the further service.
The record of the system speaks for itself and the thinking behind appears sound. If you are looking for a reliable system that could continue to show you a profit for the foreseeable future this in my opinion is worth taking a look at.