“Nothing is certain in horse racing.
If you choose to bet, only bet with what you can afford to lose.
If you cannot afford to lose, don’t bet.”
We are now getting many of our clients eMailing us with some great questions that we feel all our subscribers would benefit from seeing and reading our answers. Over the coming weeks we will build up a databank of Questions and Answers. So here goes:
Q. What would be useful to me would be a profit and loss at say £5/£10 a point not sure if I’m working this out correctly or not but looking at April’s results (taking into consideration I couldn’t see odds layed at) it doesn’t look like a profit was made, or enough of a profit to cover the subscription for the month. Please note this is not a knock at your service and I have made the assumption that every win takes 4x loss to recover from, but please provide or direct me to some more accurate information so I would be able to make more of an informed decision.
A. The SP’s we quote are from the “Racing Post”. They are the SP’s quoted at the time we make the selections.
Q. Please could you give me some information on fixed liability and fixed staking?
A. Please visit our dedicated page at Click Here
Q. Do you study every race at every meeting everyday to come up with your excellent VIP Club Lay Tips?
A. No. Our 2 most important filters when choosing the FREE and the VIP Club Lay tips are that there must be at least 8 runners in a race, and the horses we tip must never have a SP higher than 7/2 / 3.5.1.
Q. Where can I find all the VIP Club Results?
A. Please go to “VIP Results” in the Top Menu.
Q. Do you have any advice on what to do if a Lay Tip you have advised at 2/1 goes out to 5/1 before the off?
A. The reason we offer you low Starting Prices (SPs) lay Tips is to help you protect your bank. However because we are advising horses that on the face of it are capable of winning the race, you need to make a decision about whether or not to bet, should the price get too big. We are assuming that you are placing your Lay Bets near to the start time of the race. If this is the case, and the SP has reached 7/2, we would still lay the horse to lose. If the SP is bigger than this, we would NOT BET. If however you had layed the horse in the morning at 2/1 and it had gone out to 5/1 +, we would have a win and place a bet (each way).
The moral of the story is try to Lay the horse as early as possible – that way you have more options later.
Q. Is there any educated selections going on here, or do you just look at the predictor page on the racing post?
A. We select all our tips using a tried, tested and fully researched selection process. We undertake to find horses that in the morning, when selected, have a Starting Price (SP) no higher than 3.5/1. This strategy will inevitably produce horses that win their races, however on the flip side, they should be at odds that will not damage your Betting Bank when they do. We have always advised our clients to use our tips as part of an overall strategy, and not to Lay them indiscriminately. We have no control over the eventual SP of our Tips but as a rule of thumb WE ADVISE THAT YOU DO NOT LAY A HORSE WITH AN SP OF HIGHER THAN 3/1.
We advise our clients to look at each of our selections individually, and then decide what to do with them. We can only supply tips that in our opinion will LOSE their race. However the ultimate decision as to wager or not, must be made by the client. We understand that our service is not for everyone, however we are all interested in and involved with an industry that unfortunately, is not an exacting science.
Please take a look at our article called “Fixed Liability Staking” this type of bet may suit some of our clients better than the conventional “Lay Bet”.