THE "LAY AND GO" SYSTEM is specially designed for those punters who wish to place their whole day’s bets in one go, or if they are having a day out at the races it will give them a simple method of finding winners.
Many punters like to follow their favourite jockey, but even a cursory glance at the jockey’s table shows that very, very few jockeys show a level stake profit on their mounts. So clearly, in order to succeed, a system backing a jockey needs to be linked with some other sound basis of selection, the most obvious being the form of the horses that the jockey will be riding.
This will only work at one meeting at a time so, if you are not actually at the track, it is suggested that you concentrate on the day’s Principle meeting.
Go through the entire race programme and note the jockey who is riding the most horses which were winners last time out. This is the jockey that you will be following today.
In the event of more than one jockey tying for selection, you will select the jockey who is currently the highest in the jockeys championship table at the present time.
You may place a bet at the Bookmakers on each of the jockeys mounts as per the following example.

2.00 L Dettori’s mount £1.00 win
2.30 L Dettori’s mount £2.00 win
3.00 L Dettori’s mount £3.00 win
4.00 L.Dettori’ s mount £4.00 win
4.30 L.Dettori’s mount £5.00 win
5.00 L Dettori’s mount £6.00 win
The staking method that is used in the above example is a simple, but effective one whereby the stake is increased by just 1 point after a loss.
You must put your selected jockey down for ALL the races on the programme, even if he is not down to ride in one or more races. If he does not ride then there is no loss, but if, for example, he was not down to ride in the 4.00 but managed to pick up a spare ride which duly trotted in at big odds, then I do not imagine you would be too happy. So play safe and put your jockey down for each race.
Of course, if you are at the track, or even in the Bookmakers, then you could perhaps be a little bit more adventurous with your staking system, although the one used in the example is perfectly adequate and has proved to be very successful over the years.

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