Cudworth’s Racing Lays is a horse racing tipster from Betting Gods that, as the name suggests, advises lay bets.
If you’re unfamiliar with lay betting, it is simply the opposite of a back bet. Instead of betting on a horse to win, you are betting on a horse to lose. You can place these types of bets on betting exchanges such as the Betfair Exchange.
At the time of writing, Cudworth’s Racing Lays has produced a total profit of £709.30 to £10 lay stakes since the service started being proofed by Betting Gods in September 2015.
In that time the service has produced a return on investment of 4.78% and a high strike rate of 80.70% which is to be expected when laying horses.
The service averages around 50 – 70 selections a month, opting to take a more selective approach to betting.
The tips are send out via email each day, usually between noon and 1pm. If there are no bets being advised, you will receive an email informing you that there is no bet today.
The results of these tips are recorded at BSP, but you may wish to take a price on the exchange when the bets are advised as there is no option on Betfair to place lay bets with a specific backers stake at BSP. If you want to place the bet at BSP you can either wait for the race to start and try and get your lay bet matched at BSP or better by betting in-play, or you can place you lay bet just before the race starts and you will get a price very close to the actual BSP.
I started my trial of Cudworth’s Racing Lays on the 24th of January. Below are my results.
All results are recorded to BSP with the standard 5% commission deducted from all winnings, and to £10 level lay stakes.
Here are my results.
Cudworth’s Racing Lay Stats
The trial ended with a total profit of 9.16 points. The trial followed a very common pattern when it comes to laying horses. You win a lot of bets and then you have a losing bet which wipes out most of your previous winnings.
There’s no way to guarantee that you can win every bet, so this pattern of slow and steady profits followed by a big loss is unavoidable if you want to lay horses at odds much greater than 2/1.
The good news thought is that despite the big losses from the losing bets, Cudworth’s Racing Lays seems to be making enough money with the winning bets to produce a small profit over the long term.
How Much Does Cudworth’s Racing Lays Cost?
You can get a 30 day free trial of Cudworth’s Racing Lays completely free with no obligation to subscribe to the service after your trial.
If you do wish to subscribe to Cudworth’s Racing Lays, you have 3 options.
Monthly – £29.95 + Vat
Quarterly – £69.95 + Vat
Lifetime – £149.95 + Vat
60 Day Money Back Guarantee
As with all of the Betting Gods tipster services, Cudworth’s Racing Lays comes with a 60 day money back guarantee.
If for whatever reason you are not happy with the service you can get a full refund, no questions asked.
Final Thoughts On Cudworth’s Racing Lays
Cudworth’s Racing Lays looks like a service that will continue to make a steady profit over time. The question is whether the profit made is big enough to justify the subscription cost. That will of course depend on how much you can afford to stake.
You can take a free 30 day trial of the service and decide for yourself whether this service is right for you.