What Really Wins Money Recommends: The Lazy Lay System


How to make £17,500 pure profit in 11 months backing horses to lose on all weather venues


Last week I teased you about a cracking lay system I’d been following . . .

. . . one that claimed to have turned £1,000 into a whopping £111,000 in 11 months. I’ve now crunched the numbers and although you can knock a zero off that claim, this is still probably the best performing lay system I’ve come across . . .

I mean, would you turn your nose up at £17,500 pure profit in 11 months? You can check it out in all its glory here (and yes, I give this one a mighty WRWM thumbs up!): http://www.laztlaycp.co.uk/

Before we crunch the numbers, first a bit of background . . .

As you know, the jumps season is now well and truly established and if you’re a bit squeamish about laying horses over obstacles – fear not! The all weather is also the last bastion of the flat horses and the great thing about is there are NO obstacles that can get in the way and skew results.

You see, the all weather venues offer us an opportunity to play without jumps, without excessive distances and without changes in ground conditions.

When I look for a backing system, I look for a niche – i.e. readers of my blog will know the specifics I look for – 8 runner field – ideally 2 outsiders and so on. The idea here is that a focus on a specific race type can pay great dividends.

So too with laying.

I have written time and again that the key to all systems is finding a weakness and exploiting it – that weakness could be ground conditions, race size, the weight a horse carries, jockey and trainer strike rate OR venue.

Now let’s get back to the all weather  . . .

The main all weather venues include Southwell, Wolverhampton, Kempton and Lingfield – what most people don’t know is that the surface at these tracks actually vary subtly.

And it’s this potential weakness that can be exploited from a lay perspective.

It may not seem like much but the subtle differences in the polytrack and sand all weather tracks can make all the difference to the performance of the horses running. Those perceived favourites (I say perceived because their price is telling us they should scoot home) tend to under-perform and we can lay them to profit.

Time and again 10/11 and 4/5 favourites bite the dust, but they also win. Now there must be a way can we can distinguish between when an odds on or short priced odds against favourite will run well, and when the same horse will lose a race he’s expected to win?

I have been tracking The Lazy Lay System since June: it uses the subtle difference between the all weather venue surfaces and pinpoints short-priced favourites or market leaders who have a greater likelihood of losing their races.

And I’ve been VERY impressed with the results so far. You can check them out here: http://www.laztlaycp.co.uk/

So what are the strong points to this lay system?

Well I’ve already said that when we look to lay, we are trying to find a perceived weakness. However, with some lay systems, that perceived weakness just doesn’t produce the losers on a consistent basis, OR the perceived weakness is so obvious that the horses’ limited chances of winning that race are reflected in their inflated prices.

This all weather system places a price restriction on all selected horses, meaning we will never over-expose our betting bank by laying at big odds and our liability is controlled.

More often than not, the horses selected to lay are actually favourites, but fear not, over time the number of short priced horses that lose far outweighs the winners (and let’s be realistic here, there will be winners as we are exclusively laying the more fancied horses at the head of the market).

Here’s another strength . . .

The system is really easy to use! You’ll be left in no doubt when there is a qualifying selection. Simply follow the steps, make sure the horses’ odds are within the allotted price band to ensure we are not risking too much money as liability, place your lay bet and walk away. And best of all there’s no real need to stay at your computer.

And yes it really works . . .

I’ve had testers checking out this system; they’ve all found it to be easy to use and all are in profit! In fact the most recent results have been very impressive indeed.

Of course, like any system, there have been back steps during the year as some of the favourites have won, but if faith is kept with the system and it’s used as the rules show us and on a daily basis, then, like the bookies, we work through the losing days and come out with a handsome profit.

There are consistent winning runs (ie: horses losing!) of 3, 4, 5, 6 as high as 9 throughout the year which really explode the growth of the betting bank and ensure that any short price loser is more than amply compensated for.

In November, we’ve had clusters of 5 winners twice, 4 winners once and even a winning run of 8 which has made for an exceptional month!

Check out the full 2007 track record here: http://www.laztlaycp.co.uk/

The staking plan advises 10% of a rolling bank as stakes only.

This is ideal for the prices and this year has turned a nominal £1,000 betting bank into a whopping £123,000+. Of course this is impractical in the real world as we would not be able to match our bets if they were £12,300!

We can start off with a 10% of rolling bank because the successful bets easily overcome the short priced losers. Here’s what I would do assuming a nominal £1,000 bank:

1)      10% of a rolling bank until we reach £5,000 betting bank
2)      Once we achieve £5,000 betting bank, we stake 5% of the betting bank
3)      Once we reach £10,000 betting bank, we stake 2.5% of betting bank

This ensures stakes remain at a level where they can be safely matched. So this real world performance would still have resulted in a profit of £17,500, which is very impressive. Again our good friend compounding is put to work with this type of staking plan – we have the selections to make it work – that’s for sure!

And you don’t have to start with a £1,000 betting bank – for details of how much you could have made with a £200 or £500 starting bank take a look at this link: http://www.laztlaycp.co.uk/

OK, so you may want to continue using the 10% of a rolling bank if your confidence in selections is strong enough. This is an aggressive plan. Mine is a conservative one but still the returns are mighty impressive.

The bottom line: this is a cracking lay system and has really delivered over 2007. The author has found a weakness on the all weather and with these tracks in full blossom this winter, now is an ideal time to get stuck in and exploit the system.

Nice small prices and favourites who lose consistently makes this a potentially profitable system.

Highly Recommended!

Check it out here: http://www.laztlaycp.co.uk/ And do let me know how you get on!