Sunday, 13 March 2011

Lay The Field Fourteen Day Trial – Day Twelve Result

You may need to double click on the screen shot for a better view

My Blog post of the week last Monday described a method of laying the whole field in a horse race so that you would profit if at least two horses reached the lay price you set.

Before I start today’s round up,  I would just like to thank Scott Ferguson of the Sport is made for betting  blog, for originally posting up this method and bringing it to our attention.

I was so impressed with the concept that I decided to do a fourteen day trial where I would pick one race a day to put the method into action.

Today was the twelfth day that I have had the time to put the method into action and as you can see from the screen shot above, it was a winning day.

I decided to set my lay odds at 1.33 again, so that if I did win I would be paid out at odds of nearly two to one.

I decided that I would stick with the race profile that has proved the most successful during the trial; The race that I took on was the 17:10 at Warwick, which comprised of a handicap hurdle over a distance of 2 miles. There were 14 runners in the race and the market was fairly open with the favourite being priced at 4/1.

The race went according to plan with ‘Quest Eclair’ (SP 10/1) winning and the favourite ‘Rare Symphony’ finished second trading as low as 1.3.

Trial Summary

Number of bets: 12
Number of bets matched: 11 (one voided bet due to Betfair site problems)
Winning bets: 5
Strike rate: 42%
Profit/Loss: +£7.30

I hope you enjoyed this post

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