P=MCR Greyhound System

1) Watch the first race at any given meeting.
2) Subtract the smaller Trap No from the Larger: I.E.: 1 beats 3, 3-1 =2.
3) Back the resultant trap No in the next race.
4) If lose, repeat : I.E: 5 beat 4, 5 - 4 = 1, back the 1 dog next
race, double your initial stake.
5) Sounds so simple, I challenge you to find ANY meeting on the Dogs
where the system loses in any 12 race run.
A good little system for backing in a race where you have no idea as to
the form, etc.

1-4 runners - No bet
5,6, runners & 8 - 10 runners - Bet as follows :-
For horses who are carrying a 7lb penalty & have won in the past fourteen days over same distance (10% leeway on distance)

Each way - 1,2 in 5,6 runner events
Each way 1 -3 in 8 - 10 events

The ‘7G’ in the system title comes from the seven golden rules detailed below.
1. Always choose the principal meeting.
2. Choose the non-handicap races from the meeting.
3. From the races you have left, choose the forecast favourite with the shortest price.
4. If there are two or more at this price, select the race with the smallest number of runners.
5. If still tied, take the horse with the most recent win.
6. If still tied, select the horse owned by the leading owner in terms of prize money.
7. If still joint, take the earliest race.
Staking is in the sequence 10, 20, 40, 50, 50, 50, 50, etc. returning to 10 after a winner. Bank required is 100 points.
The theory behind this system is to achieve a four race accumulator to pay out odds of over
500/1. This is aided by using multiple selections in some of the legs of the bet.
The bet entails 7 selections involving six points staked in an accumulator.
Staking is 1*1*2*3 = 6 bets
First leg - 1 selection
Second Leg - 1 selection
Third leg - 2 selections
Fourth leg - 3 selections
Aids to selection
1. Use meetings of reasonable quality to ensure runners are making a genuine effort to win.
2. All runners in the race should have at least two runs this season.
3. Look for favourites that are at least 1.5 to 2 points clear of the next horse in the betting.
4. Try to avoid amateur, ladies or apprentice races, maidens and claimers and sellers.
5. In the third element where two selections are required, we are looking for odds of about 5/1. One way of picking these is to find races where the favourite is forecast at 4/1 or better. The horses in the first three or four in the betting forecast should be examined to see if they are running in a lower class (race value) this time. This is a fairly selective and effective selection method.
6. For the fourth element, use handicaps with 8-12 runners, and where the forecast favourite is 4/1 or more. Use the fav. plus two more in the top half of the betting forecast.
7. At the end of the day the choice is yours, but the above may direct you along the way

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