Staking Plan

This staking plan is advised for Silver and Gold members. we recommend opening a reliable bookmakers account and deposit £50.00 this will be your full betting bank.

to start with we advise each single bet to be 2% of your overall bank, which would be £1.00 bet for your £50.00 bank. all bets will be single or multiple, we never advise e/w betting.

Example. race one:

1st selection 11:50 Southwell Badosa £1.00 win bet. 2nd selection 11:50 Southwell Rust E Boy £1.00 win bet. Total stakes £2.00 Betting bank £48.00

keep using this staking plan for each bet until your betting bank exceeds £50.00, by the amount of selections we give. Example if we give four selections and your bank stands at £55.00 keep the stakes to £1.00 per bet, if you moved up and placed £2.00 this would put your bank back into the lower threshold. one this occasion you'd only bet £2.00 if we only offered 1 or 2 selections. once We reach £100.00 we keep the same method but change the percentage of stakes to our maximum 5% so each single bet will be £5.00.

As your betting bank increases its important to stick to the strategy and never exceed 5% its also important if we hit a lost to adjust your stakes accordingly as shown in the method below.

Betting Bank

Stake

£0.00 - £50.00

£50.00 - £100.00

£100.00 - £250.00

£250.00 - £500.00

£500.00 - £1,000.00

£1,000.00 - £2,500.00

£2,500.00 - £5,000.00

£5,000.00 - £10,000.00

£10,000.00 - £20,000.00

£1.00

£2.00

£5.00

£10.00

£20.00

£50.00

£100.00

£200.00

£500.00

Please focus on your main bank to determine your stake level. This staking plan is designed to build betting banks in a very safe way. followed correctly you should never need to deposit more into your bank as we would need 50 consecutive losses.

Naps

When we tell you a horse is a nap. This horse should be doubled up in stakes. So if all your betting bank is £640.71 your current stake for every single is £25.00 and the nap horse only should be stakes at £50.00

Multiple Best will be advised accordingly

We hope this information has been helpful and easy to understand, however if you need more support please send us an email or complete the form below