Each Way Saver System
Each Way Saver System we want to back horses which are between 6/1
and 10/1 using the guide lines below a fair proportion of the chosen
horses should at least placed, which at a fifth of the odds will show
However it is possible that 1 in 5 of these horses will be winners
that can see our profits spiral. In the meantime the Each-Way Saver will
help shorten the losing runs.
confine your betting to non-handicap races with eight to ten runners
inclusive. Then using the Racing Post betting forecasts or you can wait
for the markets to open.
Look for races which the odds compilers or the bookmakers rate as a two
horse race, i.e. with the first two in the betting very shortly priced,
usually the favourite will be odds-on and the second favourite around
7/4 to 2/1 with the third favourite 6/1 or more.
The horse we are to back will be this third favourite if this is 6/1 or
better If there are two or more joint third favourites in a race then
there is no bet in that race. If there is just the one then this will be
the horse that the form experts rate as the third best in the race.
Because the odds set by the bookmakers or the Racing Posts odds
compilers represent each horseâ€™s chances of winning (not placing)
backing the third best horse each-way is therefore a good value bet.
Stick to using the third horse in the betting. Don't be tempted to try
to pick from the remaining runners. A hard and fast method will probably
prove more profitable and less frustrating in the long run.
Also be careful that there are no withdrawals especially in eight runner
races where first second or third counts as a place but if there is a
withdrawal only the first and second will count.
This runner qualifies for at least one system in our historical betting systems books and full details of all books it meet the requirements for can be found in the members area.