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Four Horse Staking Plan

So you have gone to all the trouble to sort out your best four for the afternoon -win or place -but how to stake them? Well assuming you are not in to financial suicide and bet odds on, here's an idea that may assist.

The object of the exercise is that if one of them wins you MAY end up with a small profit (depending on prices), if two win the profits better, three's a good day and four winners from four is sensational.

Note well: For you to be able to do this in advance, you would be betting on a Saturday or Wednesday when fixed price betting is available well in advance of the race start times so you can work it out.

So your day may be that you like one of them at 2.50 and invest 20 units, two of them are fixed price at 4.00 so you invest 13 on each of them, and your roughie for the day is fixed price at 8.00 so you put 7 on that. Your total invest is 53 units. I'm sure you can do the maths from there.

On a day where just one winner is struck, your loss is very marginal. Two winners is good and profit looks okay.... etc., etc., etc. What this does is gives you your best chance to have a really great day while at the same time minimising your losses on a slack day to acceptable levels.

All of this is provided of course you can pick a winner or two from four stabs. Pick no winners for the day and your loss will always be around the 50 units.

Of course your total invest could be a more comfortable level for you at 25 units so you would halve the numbers above. This is best used for fixed price betting as explained above, but could be used race to race if you have the patience to sit there all day on say Betfair for a better result perhaps.

What it does definitely do is restrict your betting activity to FOUR BETS a day.


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