Horse Racing Tips – How To Lay Favourites And Make A Profit Every Single Day

==Introduction==

For all of you that are reading this that do not know what “Laying” is, it is simply YOU predicting 1 horse in any race that will NOT win that race. In effect YOU become a bookmaker and take bets from people who think that the horse WILL win.

I do not know if you have your own system or you use horse racing tips from a tipster, but this a very simple horse racing system anybody can use.

It is not complicated at all and it is simply pressing 1 button on Betfair exactly the same as you would if placing a win single bet {Pink lay button instead of the blue win button}

Some people will tell you that laying horses is a sure fire way to end up in the “poor house” and they would be dead right if you don’t do it properly and this goes for ANY bet you have, not just laying.

Say for example we have a 12 runner horse race and you wanted to bet 1 of these to win that race, you will then have ALL the other 11 horses running AGAINST you and are trying to stop your 1 selection from winning.

Now on the other hand we have a 12 runner horse race and we pick 1 horse to LOSE {lay} we now have ALL the other 11 horses running FOR US and if any of those 11 horses win that race WE WIN!!

Some tipster give these kind of horse racing tips and I can assure that if done properly it can make you quite a lot of money!

So the odds are WITH you and not AGAINST you when laying.

The only problem with laying horses to lose is with YOU and the way you select them. You would imagine that “Laying” the outsider in all races would certainly stand you in good stead as the majority of them lose and you would win the majority of the time BUT unfortunately if you take that course you WILL come unstuck at some point and you WOULD wipe out any previous profits plus more from your original betting banks, as they do win now and again.

Lets just imagine that the outsider in every race was 33/1 and you wanted just £10 profit per race, to win that £10 you would have a liability of £330, meaning that if that horse were to win YOU would LOSE £330, just not worth the risk!! You would only need 1 per week to wipe you out.

So if laying the “Worst” horse in any given race is no good, then which horse SHOULD you lay?

Good question, which most of the people out there don’t know the answer for but today YOU are going to find out the EXACT method that generates me and the subscribers of my well known “Sure2Profit Membership” ( http://www.Sure2Profit.com/membership.html ) over £80,000 of tax free profits per year!

==The “Favourite”==

Some of you probably think that I am a bit mad at this point, why would I lay the best horse in every race… what kind of horse racing tips is this??

Well, simply put the BEST horse in any race may NOT really be the best horse! The favourite in ANY race is only the favourite because WE make it the favourite by placing lots of money on it, it’s as simple as that.

So if 1,000 people who DON’T know what they are doing place £1000 each on the same horse then it could become the favourite even though its last run was down on Blackpool pleasure beach!

What we are going to do is to find “false” favourites, favourites that because of one reason or another shouldn’t really be favourite.

Statistics show that favourite win their races just 30% of the time, some races are GOOD for favourite and some races are BAD for favourites.

Would you bet a 6/4 favourite in an 18 runner handicap race? I certainly would not BUT I would lay it, with the other 17 runners ALL running for me…. these is common sense horse racing tips!

Your liabilities are also good with you only risking £15 if the odds were 6/4 {2.5 on Betfair} to win £10, I’m sure you would agree that this is a lot better than the example above where you risk a LOT more for the same reward.

You may now see why “Laying” can be quite safe and very profitable.

==The Selections==

This part really is very simple and it will not take you long to find quite a few “False Favourites” Just follow the rules over the page.

1: Armed with either your daily newspaper or at the racing post website {Or Both} simply select the races with the most number of runners in them.

2: Ideally, you should look for handicap races which have 16 runners or more.

3: If you can find any, Apprentice races and women jockey races are very good for laying the favourite.

4: Once you have these marked off , simply go through them and pick all the “Handicap” races. These are the races that are best to concentrate on.

5: Pick out any handicap races that have odds for the favourite quoted as no more than 7/4.

6: The above horses would be DEFINATE bets, don’t worry if there aren’t any on certain days, simply go to any race that has 16 runners or more.

7: Some days you may find that there are no 16 runner or above races, if this happens simply look for 14 runners etc.

8: When you have all the corresponding races, just go to http://www.betfair.com and check out the odds there for your selections.

9: If the odds are 2.8 and lower, then these are DEFINATE bets.

10: Do NOT lay selections that are below 1.9 on betfair, although a fair few of these lose, a fair few of them win as well and that we DON’T want.

When sticking to the above you will have great success when laying horses, when also using a sensible staking plan BUT if you add the following few rules to the above then you will achieve even more success.

So here is my personal horse racing tips:

1: After making your selections, either at the racing post website or any daily newspaper, just check to see if your horse is a “Course & Distance” winner {Shown as CD NEXT TO THE HORSE}. If it is then DON’T lay it.

2: Is your selection carrying any more or less weight than it did in its last race? If it is carrying more weight then LAY it, if it is carrying less weight then do NOT lay it.

4: Is your selection stepping up or stepping down in trip? if so then you SHOULD consider laying it.

5: Has your selection either a lady or apprentice jockey riding it? If so then LAY it because they DO make errors of judgement.

Apart from the above to make this work you will also need a sensible staking plan, one that will keep your money relatively safe and make your whole betting experience an enjoyable one.

I use something quite simple and recommend you do it this way as well but you are obviously at liberty to do whatever you like.

I will take a £1,000 betting bank as an example:

Divide your betting bank by 200, so in this example it is £5. So a profit target on day 1 of £5 per race. I know exactly what you are thinking at this point…”Not quite as much as I was hoping for!!!”

Well, admittedly its not a lot but if you are aiming for say 8 such races per day, then £40 is not to be sniffed at, and remember this is only day 1, from day 2 your profit target may well be £6 per race. Trust me on this one, it doesn’t take too long to get your betting banks built up enough so that you are aiming for £25, £50 or even £100 per race.

To put it all into perspective let us say that you achieve an easy 5 winning bets per day, that’s an overall percentage profit of 2.5% DAILY or nearly 18% total weekly profit added to your betting banks or to give it a monetary value NEARLY £1000 profit in the first 4 weeks.

Take it to week 8 and your betting bank has now grown to £3800 and from there on in you will be aiming for a race profit of £20, or £100 per day @ 5 winning races per day.

As long as you look at any of your gambling activities as a long term BUSINESS venture, then you will achieve much more than if you look at it as a quick source of income to help out with any financial difficulties that you may have.

==Golden Rules ( The Real Horse Racing Tips! )==

1: After making your selections, either at the racing post website or any daily newspaper, just check to see if your horse is a “Course & Distance” winner {Shown as CD NEXT TO THE HORSE}. If it is then DON’T lay it.

2: Is your selection carrying any more or less weight than it did in its last race? If it is carrying more weight then LAY it, if it is carrying less weight then do NOT lay it.

4: Is your selection stepping up or stepping down in trip? if so then you SHOULD consider laying it.

5: Has your selection either a lady or apprentice jockey riding it? If so then LAY it because they DO make errors of judgement.

Apart from the above to make this work you will also need a sensible staking plan, one that will keep your money relatively safe and make your whole betting experience an enjoyable one.

I use something quite simple and recommend you do it this way as well but you are obviously at liberty to do whatever you like.

==The Staking Plan==

This, or any other horse racing tips for that matter, would be not making you money unless you use the right staking plan…

I will take a £1,000 betting bank as an example:

This is what I advice to the members of the Sure2Profit Membership ( http://www.Sure2Profit.com/membership.html )

Divide your betting bank by 200, so in this example it is £5. So a profit target on day 1 of £5 per race. I know exactly what you are thinking at this point…”Not quite as much as I was hoping for!!!”

Well, admittedly its not a lot but if you are aiming for say 8 such races per day, then £40 is not to be sniffed at, and remember this is only day 1, from day 2 your profit target may well be £6 per race. Trust me on this one, it doesn’t take too long to get your betting banks built up enough so that you are aiming for £25, £50 or even £100 per race!!!

To put it all into perspective let us say that you achieve an easy 5 winning bets per day, that’s an overall percentage profit of 2.5% DAILY or nearly 18% total weekly profit added to your betting banks or to give it a monetary value NEARLY £1000 profit in the first 4 weeks.

Take it to week 8 and your betting bank has now grown to £3800 and from there on in you will be aiming for a race profit of £20, or £100 per day @ 5 winning races per day.

As long as you look at any of your gambling activities as a long term BUSINESS venture, then you will achieve much more than if you look at it as a quick source of income to help out with any financial difficulties that you may have.

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