Horse Laying System That Always Produces Earnings

Updated : Aug 21, 2019 in Uncategorized

Horse Laying System That Always Produces Earnings

When it pertains to finding the winners of 2nd rate races, I profess to having a bad record. This is why I primarily want to lay one specific kind of horse as my main bread and butter. The other day I recommended laying Mr Knightley in the 4.00 Kempton if it went below EVEN money, which it did at 4/5. The idea was to back Haftohaf in the 7.00 at Kempton. But once this was greatly supported into 4/6, the back alternative no longer used and it became my 2nd lay bet of the day.

The outcome of these 2 lays was that Mr Knightley won cozily, and Haftohaf finished second offering me a total earnings of 50 from these 2 lay bets. My benefit from laying such horses is now 385 for today alone and over 28,000 for 2012. A typical year considering 2011 produced revenues of over 42,000. Today provides me the chance to increase this years tally further with some prospective lays at Wolverhampton and Lingfield should a number of horses bring in punters money. You might question why I am not proposing to lay any of the shorties at today’s Ascot card.

The reality is I am a statistics guy utilizing a horse laying system focused around specific principles, which highlight that I am most likely to sustain losses by laying the odds-on-shots at Ascot today. It has nothing to do with the fact that these horses look bombproof with poor opposition, as this does not enter the equation. My system tells me not to. Easy as that. Even though I could possibly wind up in pocket needs to just one of those lose. Recalling over this week beginning with Sundays racing, there have been 15 such horses that have actually ran over the sticks in the UK.

If I had laid all these simply because they were listed below EVEN money, I would in truth run out pocket by 380 as only 5 were beaten. This time of the year is constantly precarious when using this laying system for horses when it comes to whatever reason, the earnings are nowhere near as financially rewarding as exactly what is attained in the first 24 weeks of a year. I make around 60 % of my annual profits within this time scale. Next year (2013) I plan to make 100 % possible earnings in the very same period by collecting part of my returns after every 4 weeks, thus in impact increasing my stake. By embracing such a strategy, it is for that reason highly likely that a preliminary 4,000 bank will return in excess of 60,000 by this time next year.