Date                    


Total Bets
Win
Lost
     Profit          
Loss
  Strike  Rate
Jun 2007
82
7111£ 2,963
86.59%
July 2007
69
5712£1,159  
82.61%
Aug 2007
59
545£ 2,540
91.53%
Sept 2007

89

7316£   998
82.02%
Oct 2007
66
597£ 2,612
89.39%
Nov 2007
48
3711
£  97077.08%
Dec 2007
53
458£   165
        84.91%
Year 200746639670£ 9,467
87.98%







Jan 200825232£ 1,205
92.00%
Feb 200839354£ 2,070
89.74%
Mar 2008786414£  640
82,05%
Apr 2008766412£ 1.167
84.21%
May 20081038815£ 2.150
85.44%
Jun 2008977918
£    8081.44%
Jul 20081169620£ 1.594
82.76%
Aug 20081109020£    915 
81.82%
Sep 2008857510£ 2.910
88.24%
Oct 20081109614£ 2.995
87.27%
Nov 200860546£ 3,090
90.00%
Dec 2008736013£1,206

82.19%​

Year 2008972824148£ 19,962
84.77%







    Jan 200944386£ 1,318
88.36%
Feb 200952439£   925
82.69%
    Mar 200956524£ 3,060
92.86%
    Apr 200971638£ 3,065
88.73%
May 20091098920   £     30
81.65 %
Jun 20091119219£ 1,033
82.88%
Jul 20091209822£    205
81.67%
Aug 200912710621£  883
83.46%
Sep 20098868  20
  £ 1,35577.27%
Oct 2009755916£   104
81.94%
Nov 200953449
 £   26083.02%
Dec 200936324 £ 1,170
88.89%
Year 2009942784158£ 10,178
83.23%







Jan 201014131 £  815
92.86%
Feb 201025

22

3 £   650
88.0%
 Mar 201029227
 £   97575.86%
Apr 201035323£ 1,520
91.43%
May 201050473£ 2,875
94.00%
Jun 201071629 £  962
87.32%
Jul 201040364£ 1,172
90.00%
Aug 2010806812£   435
85.00%
Sep 201035323 £ 1,385
91.43%
Oct 201049418 £   145
83.67%
Nov 201027261£  1,891
96.04%
Dec 201023194    £  45
82.61%
Year 201047842058£ 10,920
87.87%







Jan 201135305£    440
85.71%
Feb 201133294£    315
87.88%
Mar 201127252£  1,295
92.59%
Apr 201141374£ 1.655
90.24%
May 201149445£ 1,680
89.80%
Jun 201143394£ 1,585
90.78%
Jul 2011645014
£  2,49378.13%
Aug 201178708£ 3,140`
89.74%
Sep 2011877215£   320
82.75%
Ocr 201127243£    850
88.89%
Nov 201146406£ 1,040
86.96%
Dec 201137335£ 1,080
86.84%
Year 201156749275£ 10,907
86.78%







Jan 201240319
£    85077.50%
Feb 201236306£    120
83.33%
Mar 2012503911
£    25078.00%
Apr 201232284£   640
87.50%
May 2012
43385£  790
88.37%
Jun 201251474£ 3,515
92.16%
Jul 201240364$ 1.320
90.00%
Aug 201235341£ 2.800
97.14%
Sep 201234313£ 2,120
91.18%
Oct 201233312 £ 1,990
93.94%
Nov 201224195£   515
79.17%
Dec 201215105
£ 1,350

66.67%

Year 201243337459£ 11,360
86.37%







Jan 201323221£ 1,530
95.65%
Feb 201335323£ 1.315
91.43%
Jan 201423221£ 1,390
96.65%
Nov 2014181625
88.89%
Dec 2014












Jan 201518153
£  2083.33%
Feb 201524222£    930
90.91%
Mar 201526242£    115
84.62%
Apr 201528262£ 1,430
92.86%
May 201546451£ 3,865
97.83%
Jun 201545414£ 1,755
91.11%
Jul 201535314£    925
88.57%
Aug 201538353£ 1,175
92.10%
Sep 201545432£ 2,985
95.55%
Oct 201534313£ 1,780
94.87%
Nov 201532302£ 1.880
93.75%
Dec 201521192£     785
90.45%
Year 201539236230£ 17,605
92.82%







Jan 201621183£     111
85.71%
Feb 201655505£ 1,885
90.91%
Mar 201643349
£  77079.07%
Apr 201629263£    835
89.66%
May 2016





Jun 2016





Jul 2016





Aug 2016





Sep 2016






                   

        PLEASE NOTE - THE WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY BEING REBUILT & UPDATED - IF YOU HAVE ANY ENQUIRIES
                                                             PLEASE EMAIL --- emac@talktalk.net                   
                

                                    Prize Lay - What is it ?

   This is a system for horse racing in the U.K. and Ireland. It covers all types of racing - Flat,            National Hunt and All Weather and is specifically targeted for betting on horses to LOSE a            race. In the racing fraternity this mode of betting is called Laying, as distinct from the normal        and traditional  method of Backing. This form of betting is available through betting                        exchanges. The ultimate aim of the system is to make consistent profits from racing. 

   

   Racing, like any other sport or pastime, will cost you money and until the advent of betting            exchanges in 2002, the chances of making money from racing were heavily stacked in favour        of the bookmaker. Traditionally, the bookmakers have always had two big advantages over the      punter: they back every horse in a race to lose and only have to pay out on the winner. In              addition, by setting the odds in a race they can manipulate the prices so that they never lose.


   With exchange betting there are no bookmakers - only those who want to back horses and            others who want to play at being a bookmaker and match the bets of the backers.  The only          charge made by the exchange for providing the service is a commission  on the profit made.

     

                               The Theory Behind the Prize Lay System
   The logic of the system revolves around the fate of the favorite as forecast by the Racing Post.
    Statistics over the years reveal that 34% of favourites win their race but conversely 66% LOST     their races – and that is the heart of the Prize Lay system.

    Making a profit depends on achieving an acceptable Strike Rate at a Price that will produce a       profit. In the period from January 2015 till May 2016 the average BSP was 6.42 ( i.e. 5.42/1).             Over the same period the Strike rate was 90.36%. Taking these figures using a Stake of £ 100         the results are out of every 100 bets.

                
90 winning selections @  £ 95 (after 5% Comm to BF)  -- £ 8,550
                                 10 Losing selections @ £ 542  --- £ 5420
                   Profit -- £ 8,550 - £ 5,420 = £ 3,130 per 100 selections


  Thus, making a consistent profit in Lay racing is dependent on the Strike Rate and the Losing       price level.  At the current Prize Lay levels it is almost impossible to lose.                                    

 
                             Success Story - Impressive Results

  Before you read further, below is a summary of the results of the Prize Lay system since June       2007. These results reflect staking to win £100 on each selection and after deducting 5%              commission to the betting exchange. Only nine losing months in the last 69 up to February      2013 and still showing profits in 2015. How many systems do you know that can better these    results ?  You will notice that over the years there has been a steady improvement in the Strike  Rate. This is due to the continual analysis and review of results and changes in the criteria used

 in the selection process. 

 

 In March and October 2013 we had a system crash and lost all our results data. Fortunately we      had retained our hand written documents which will enable us to recover all the data but it will

 be a long task. Changes to the criteria showed an improvement in the Strike Rate during 2015    to 91.79%


   Please note: The results below have been compiled on the basis of  placing the bets

   manually. The results when using the Grey Horse bots are usually higher,  but not always.


You can add HTML directly into this element to render on the page.

Just edit this element to add your own HTML.

​​​​    How  to  Make Profit  from Racing - A New Approach

​​The  ​PRIZE  LAY  RACING  SYSTEM