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Sprint Lay Expert System Review | Betting Systems Reviewed

Sprint Lay Expert System Review

Sprint Lay Expert System Review

Sprint Lay Expert System Review

The Sprint Lay Expert is, as the title suggests, a system for laying horses over the shorter distances of flat racing. According to the vendor, Chris Castell, since it’s inception in season 2006 Sprint Lay Expert has produced a successful strike rate averaging 76.83% returning an average £3660 profit (to £100 level stakes) per year . During this period there were two winning sequences of seventeen while the longest losing run has been four (twice).

The are nine simple rules to Sprint Lay Expert and so there can be no misunderstanding of these, the vendor provides a step-by-step guide via a video.
The system was originally on offer at £59 but the vendorhas been running a special offer for only £39.

Sprint Lay Expert runs from April to November and during the first 3 weeks of April there were seven qualifiers only, which Chris states is normal for April and there should be an increase from May onwards.

We chose what we felt was the opportune time to bring the review of this system to a close.
The fifty-five day trial period had been a bit of a roller-coaster, both selection wise and profit wise.
On thirty-three of the fifty-five days there were no selections, leaving seventeen winning days and five losing days.
The profits picture has been similarly up and down – from being almost £300 in the red it rose steadily to the heady heights of £957 profit on day thirty-three, only to see a sequence of four losers return it to a loss situation (-£168) by day thirty-five.
Since that point there have been fourteen winning bets and only one loser, taking it to its final level.

Our conclusion: We ran the system for approximately one third of the way through its normal operating period and we were not far short of a third of its average projected annual profit – so it appeared to be on track in that respect.
However we can’t help thinking that what has happened before could happen again and these profits could be quickly wiped out.
For this reason alone, we have to say it is not a system we would personally buy or could honestly recommend. However, we do  feel that this system does have the ability to provide some profits for the braver element amongst us, if you’re prepared to ride the waves!

We shall place this in the Neutral Zone.