Although the Legacy System comes as part of two systems, with The Saver System also included, for the purposes of these reviews I trialled each separately. Anyone purchasing the systems will receive both together.
I began trialling the Legacy System on 10th February and had no selections for the first 2 days. Over the next week I had 7 bets of which 4 were successful. There are specific criteria for selecting horses and as a result some days may produce 2-3 bets while on others there will be no selections.
Over the month, the Legacy System produced 28 bets of which 13 were winners. This resulted in a strike rate of 46% and gave us a return of 25% on the initial investment. A bank of £1000 finished the month standing at £1253.00.
Summary: I would have to conclude that the Legacy System is well worth inclusion in any portfolio,either as a stand alone, or in conjunction with the Saver System (reviewed below). The system will not throw up many bets a month but with such a high strike rate and ROI it is well worth considering.
The Saver System, which is sold in conjunction with the well known Legacy System, is a backing system which focuses on horses which have been successful last time out.
I trialled this system for a month from 10th February and over this period it performed really impressively. From 25 bets there were 14 wins for a strike rate of 56% and a return of £662 for the initial investment of £1000. Of the four systems I trialled during the month, the Saver System performed the most impressively.
Again, similar to the Legacy System there are not many bets per month and the suggestion of operating both together as the one system is worth considering, as that will give users more ‘action’. But the strike rates and profits established in the month of the trial were extremely impressive.
Summary: I would highly recommend the Saver System and recommend it as worth inclusion in every serious backers’ portfolio.