The Prize Lay Betting System
>Welcome to a new approach to making profit from Horse Racing

                  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.

         Success Story - Impressive Results

Before you read further, this 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 ? 

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.  

             
Date  Total Bets  Wins  Lost  Profit  Loss  S/Rate 
Jun-2007 82 71 11  £2,963 86.59%
Jul-2007 69 57 12  £1,159 82.61%
Aug-2007 59 54 £2,540 91.53%
Sep-2007 89 73 16  £998 82.02%
Oct-2007 66 59 £2,612 89.39%
Nov-2007 48 37 11  £970 77.08%
Dec-2007 53 45 £165 84.91%
Jan-2008 25 23 £1,205 92.00%
Feb-2008 39 35 £2,070 89.74%
Mar-2008 78 64 14  £640 82.05%
Apr-2008 76 64 12  £1,167 84.21%
May-2008 103 88 15  £2,150 85.44%
Jun-2008 97 79 28  £80 81.44%
Jul-2008 116 96 20  £1,594 82.76%
Aug-2008 110 90 20  £915 81.82%
Sep-2008 85 75 10  £2,910 88.24%
Oct-2008 110 96 14  £2,995 87.27%
Nov-2008 60 54 £ 3,090 90.00%
Dec-2008 73 60 13  £1,206 82.19%
Jan-2009 44 38 £1,318 86.36%
Feb-2009 52 43 £925 82.69%
Mar-2009 56 52 £3,060 92.86%
Apr-2009 71 63 £3,065 88.73%
May-2009 109 89 20  £30 81.65%
Jun-2009 111 92 19  £1,033 82.88%
Jul-2009 120 98 22  £205 81.67%
Aug -2009 127 106 21  £883
83.46%
Sept 2009  88  68  20       £ 1355   77.27% 
Oct 2009       72   59 13  £104    81.94% 
Nov 2009  53  44    £260  83.02% 
Dec 2009  36  32  £ 1.170    88.89% 
Jan 2010  14  13   1 £ 815    92.86% 
Feb 2010  25  22   3    £ 650     88.0% 
Mar 2010  29  22    £975  75.86 %
Apr 2010  35  32  £ 1,520    91.43% 
May 2010  50  47  £ 2875    94.00% 
June 2010  71  62  £ 962    87.32% 
July 2010  40  36  £ 1172    90.00% 
Aug 2010  80  68  12  £ 435    85.00% 
Sept 2010 35 32 £ 1385
91.43%
Oct 2010  49  41  £ 145    83.67% 
Nov 2010  27  26  £ 1891    96.30% 
Dec 2010  23   19  4 £ 45    82.61% 
Jan 2011  35  30  £ 440    85.71% 
Feb 2011  33  29  £315    87.88% 
Mar 2011  27  25  £ 1295    92.59% 
  Apr 2011 41  37  £ 1655    90.24% 
May 2011 49  44   5 £ 1,680    89.8% 
June 2011  43  39  £ 1585    90.78% 
July 2011  64  50  14    £ 2493  78.13% 
Aug 2011  78  70 £ 3,140    89.74% 
Sept 2011  87  72  15  £ 320    82.75% 
Oct 2011  27  24  £ 850    88.89% 
Nov 2011  46 40 £ 1040   86.96% 
Dec 2011  38  33  £ 1,080    86.84% 
Jan 2012  40  31    £ 850  77.5% 
Feb 2012  36 30  £ 120    83.33% 
Mar 2012   50 39 11    £ 250  78.00% 
Apr 2012   32 28  £ 640    87.50%% 
May 2012  43   38 £ 790    88.37% 
June 2012  51  47  £ 3515    92.16% 
July 2012  40  36  £ 1,320    90.00% 
Aug 2012  35   34  1 £ 2,800    97.14% 
Sept 2012  34  31  £ 2,120    91.18% 
Oct 2012 33 31  £ 1990   93.94% 
Nov 2012 24  19  £ 515    79.17% 


 
     
Dec 2012 15  10    £ 1,350  66.67% 
Jan 2013  23  22 £ 1,530    95.65% 
Feb 2013  35  32  £ 1315    91.43% 
             
Jan  2014 23 22  1 £ 1390   95.65%
Nov 2014  18   16 £ 590    88.89% 
             
Jan 2015  18 15   £ 20 83.33%
Feb 2015  24 22 £ 930   90.91 %
Mar 2015 26 24 2 £115
84.62%
Apr 2015  28  26  £ 1,430    92.86&
May 2015
46
45
 1 £ 3865
  97.83%
Jun 2015  45 41  £ 1755    91.11% 
July 2015  35  31  £ 925    88.57% 
Aug 2015  38
35   £ 1175    92.10% 
Sept 2015  45 43  £ 2985    95.55% 
Oct 2015  34  31  £ 1,780    94.87% 
Nov 2015  32  30   2 £ 1,880    93.75% 
Dec 2015  21  19  £  785    90.45% 
Jan 2016  21  18   3 £ 110    85.71% 
Summary  Total Bets  Win Bets    Profit  Loss  Strike Rate 
  4357 3745
612 £ 100,943 £ 7248.00  85.94%
  Net Profit      £ 93,695     
                                          Extraordinary System Bonus

The performance of the Prize Lay system is continually monitored and results are analyzed to  improve its already outstanding results.  In September 2009 there was an unusually bad run of results ( the first in 15 months). 

This investigation highlighted that a high level of selections that WON their races were heavily supported in the market and ended up as low priced favourites below the Racing Post tissue price.  This was in contrast to the Prize Lay criteria
  which indicates horses least likely to win. We can only assume that in ,these cases, the connections have more confidence in the horse's prospects of winning than are indicated by the Prize Lay criteria or the initial market expectations.

From October 2009 any Prize Lay selections which became low priced favourites in the market were BACKED to win. The success of this change in strategy has been quite remarkable and added substantial additional profits to the Prize Lay system
  
           
           
Date  Total Bets Wins Profit  Loss Strike Rate





Oct-2009 14  6 £ 744.00 42.9%
Nov-2009 12  6 £ 1444.00
50.0%
Jan-2010   5 0
£ 500  0.0%
Feb-2010   7  2 £  100.00 28.6%
Mar-2010  15  7 £ 1,004.20 46.7%
Apr-2010   7  3 £  164.30 42.8%
May-2010 29 10 £1097.75 34.5%
Jun-2010 34 10  £ 412.00
29.4%
July 2010  20  £ 708.30    35.00% 
Aug 2010  18  £ 528.00    33.33% 
Sept 2010  14  £ 420.50    35.71% 
   Oct 2010   17    £ 511.50  17.65% 
Nov 2010  12  £ 249.50    33.33% 
Dec 2010  10     £46.05  30.00% 
Jan 2011    £467.50 11.11% 
Feb 2011  £480.60   42.86 %
Mar 2011  13  £ 773.40    38.46% 
Apr 2011  15  £ 1180.30    53.33% 
May 2011  19  £ 839.00    36.84% 
June 2011  19  10  £ 1912.40    52.63% 
July 2011  20  12  £ 816.60    40.40% 
Aug 2011  24  £ 904.00    33.33% 
Sept 2011  21   4   £310.00  19.05% 
Oct 2011  19  £ 351.50    31.58% 
Nov 2011  13 4 £ 342.00    30.77% 
Dec 2011  £ 255.55    42.86% 
Jan 2012  3 £ 466.50    37.50% 
Feb 2012   10 £ 285.00    30.00% 
Mar 2012  16  £ 2156.50    43.75% 
Apr 2012  8
£ 230  24.00%
May 2012  21  £ 387.00    28.57% 
June 2012  25   11 £ 2024.50    44.00% 
July 2012  15  £ 805.00    60.00% 
Aug 2012   22   £ 119.00  27.27% 
Sept 2012  14   4 £ 276.50    28.57% 
Oct 2012  10    £ 784.00  10.00% 
Nov 2012 
 16 5 £ 107.15    31.25% 
           
Jan 2014  12    £ 272.50  16.67% 
Nov 2014  11 6 £ 1028.50    54.55% 
           
Jan 2015   15 2   £ 699.00  13.33% 
Feb 2015   3   £ 77.30  33.33%
Mar 2015  11  £ 720.00    36.36% 
Apr 2015  21   9 £ 1277.65    42.86% 
May 2015
16 
5
£ 563.00
  33.33%
Jun 2015  18  £ 1273.35    44.44% 
Jul 2015  16   8 £ 1526.50    50.00% 
Aug 2015  24  £ 539.05    33.33% 
 Sep 2015 13  £ 881.75    46.15% 
Oct 2015   20 £ 1365.00    45.00% 
Nov 2015  £ 757.30    55.55% 
Dec 2015  18 £ 1292.15    44.44% 
Jan 2016  10   £ 92.75  33.33% 

Total Bets  Wins  Profit  Loss  Strike Rate 
Summary  798
296 £ 33.989.70 £ 4,109.60  37.09% 

Net Profit     £ 29,880.10    

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