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26th September 2005.

Yesterdays Results (Friday)
Mylo (Miracle System) came 2nd, Cap Classique (Best Lay bet of the Day) was Pulled! lost.
Todays ramblings
Good Morning I hope you had a godd weekend.

The new V4 Jump System I am working on had another win Friday making 9/9 still early days but looking good.

I see that the RacingPost RP (naps Table) has just had another 2 wins in a row after a loss on Friday.
I must admit I missed the selections but I bet our fantasy bank would be well up now!

Did you notice all 5 (1 NR) of David's lay tips won on Friday, a couple were a bit high.
Here are todays 6, don't forget these are lay tips and we are just testing these to see how they do.

2.20 Bath: Bajan Parkes
2.50 Bath: Lysanders Quest
3.20 Bath: Sweet Boulangere
3.50 bath: Swindon
3.40 Ham: Hard to Explain
4.40 Ham: Toldo

One quick thing about a new product I have come across called Bet Exchange Traders.

I haven't finished the review yet but from what I have read I am quite impressed and it is cheeper than many trading ebooks out there.

Staking continued

I think the first mistake many people who lay make is that they stake too much of their bank at anyone time, making their liability high so when they do lose they have a harder time making the losses up. Also using lower amounts of your banks allows you to take on higher odds, which is where most of the losers come from.

One of Davidís biggest problems with his lay tips was liability, he had plenty of winners and some very long winning runs, but his staking plan was making many of these unattractive to lay.

There is no way that you can lay at 10/1 with 2% or more of your bank (unless your crazy) but 0.5% 1% is more probable and certainly wonít wipe out your bank and more importantly allows you to use a staking plan to get back losses.

As you probably know I am a great believer in staking low amounts of your bank when laying, as I think that layer have so many more winners that they can constantly build a bank knowing that we are unlikely to go more than 1 or 2 losers without a win, and enjoy long spells of winners.

I see two places that most people who lay have trouble with, the first is this stake size and the second is chasing low odds.

A layers dream is, low odds and lots of wins but the two actually donít go together that well because the lower the odds the more likely the horse is to win. Anything under 2/1 is likely to be in the 50/50 category, so you are tossing a coin on the outcome.

I have thought long and hard and also tested plenty of scenarios and I actually believe a layerís window should be between 2/1 and 10/1.

Ok I know the 10/1 is probably going to get me a few nasty emails and I wouldnít expect anyone to just go out there and lay every horse they find in this price window, but what I am saying is that if the tips are well proven and you are staking very low percentages of your banks, then this should be acceptable.

My own V4 system has very few selections over that price.

When it does they win, but the point is to look at the amount of winning bets that are being missed if you set you maximum lay to 5/1 or something similar.

Betting at 10/1 is not easy and is probably something you should work up to as you get to trust the tips you are using, I know it takes me a while when I start using a new system.

If you think I am wrong about this then that is fine because at the end of the day it is what you are comfortable with that counts, not what anyone else tells you!

More tomorrow

Have good day's racing.


Miracle System (win Bet)
15.20 Bath, Jadalee
Place System (on exchanges only)
15.50 Bath, Zeeba,

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14.20 Bath, Sunrise Safari (V3 Maiden Slections)
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