How To Pick A Losing Horse Every Time
Below is a system to choose a losing horse 90% to 95% of the time. When it comes to laying, you tend to have a higher liability and that is why it is always a good idea to hit a high strike rate. At 90% to 95% you are guaranteed to profit!
- Go over to Racing Post and check out the card section where you get a list of the days horse races. If you cannot find it, either Google it or Click Here. You then need to select a race for the day to bring the relevant race card up, it will look like this:
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- Take a look at the RPR column or Racing Post Rating column and click it to order them highest to lowest. You now want to take the 5 lowest in this race. For this race, we would be looking to lay horses 1, 2, 3, 7, 8. But let’s whittle them down a little more to reduce the risk to us when laying.
- Next, we want to look at the OR column or Official Rating. Repeat the same process looking at the 5 horses you have remaining. You now want to remove the two highest so you are left with 3 horses. In this case, you’d be left with horses 2, 7, 8.
- Three potential horses to lay now, but let’s filter them a little more, just one final time.
- When laying horses, you will find that you have an INCREDIBLY high liability. If you lay a horse at 11.5 with £10 then you could win £10 but your liability in this bet is £105… That’s a lot! For that reason, we want to filter out any horses with odds of over 4.0. So in this case, you would be left with horse number 8 at odds of 7/2 which is 3.5. This results in, with a bet of £10, a win of £10 or a loss of £25… That’s pretty good going for a low risk laying bet.
- But what if you end up with more than one horse! Then lay them both! This would be could dutching: Betting on multiple horses and profiting if any of your bets come through.
And the Results?
Well, going on that race in the example above, you can see that Horse 8 – Cantal – DID NOT WIN! (Came in at third in the end) Therefore a profit of £10 would have been made. And that is from 1 horse in 1 race. Imagine doing this one 10 races a day! That’s £100 in your back pocket. Even if you’re hitting an 80% strike rate you would find £50 extra in your bank account a day.
I know what you’re thinking! I could have just waited for the race to finish and if he did win, just wait for a losing horse and redo the post. But that’s not what happened! Don’t believe me, then go ahead and check out a race yourself. Paper trade for a day and you’ll see just what happens!