After an up and down month and some big fluctuations, horse racing service Donkey Lays is right back where it started – at even for our trial so far.
The trial started off in the worst possible fashion with the first lay being unsuccessful at odds of 18.0 – ouch! But they have fought back well, particularly over the last week or so to get themselves back level for our trial.
Just a note that there are couple of small discrepancies between our results and the official results, which we have notified the Pro Betting Club of. These make very little difference to the overall results (just one point in fact), just the odd selection that should/should not have been a qualifier according to the system rules.
Anyway, let’s see if there’s some positive progress from them over the next month.
Donkey Lays – New Review
4th February 2021
We’ve probably all been there. A horse that runs like it’s only get three legs. Or is moving in quicksand. Or it’s actually a donkey.
Yep, those wretched selections that look like they couldn’t win a race if they ran every day between now and the next millennium.
Well the service we are starting a review of today specialises in finding those very horses. Strange, you may say, to target such beasts. But in fact they are betting on these horses to lose – phew!
Donkey Lays is a service from the Pro Betting Club stable of tipsters and lays horses to lose in the win and place markets on Betfair.
Horses are only a selection if the odds are below 4.0 in the place market at the off. Whilst that does limit the liabilities somewhat, it can still allow horses to be laid in the win market at 18.0, so a decent sized bank is required if following this service.
Donkey Lays has been running for five months now on the Pro Betting Club platform and each of those months so far has been profitable:-
- – January 2021: +31.93 points
- – December 2020: +16.3 points
- – November: +46.09 points
- – October: +28.81 points
- – September: +44.11 points
So that’s 167 points profit in total.
The lays in the win market have had a 90% strike rate so far and the lays in the place market have had a 67% strike rate. Those are very solid figures and mean a high proportion of successful lays.
Now we should point out that of all the laying services we’ve tried here at HBR, only one is still standing after passing a trial and that is Little Acorns.
So it’s a tough discipline to succeed in but Donkey Lays looks promising enough to test out and see if it can break the mould.
Please note we started proofing on 1st February so will record results from then. As ever we will update results here as we go along.