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historical laying systems book 1992

This printed historical horse racing laying systems book for 1992 can be used by any horse racing enthusiast and each system is spread over two pages and includes a graph which shows the profit that the system generated during 1992.

Historical Laying Systems Book 1992There are seventy five horse racing laying systems in this pocket sized book and these will be of great interest to anyone who has a liking for horse racing laying systems and only uses runners which had an starting price of up to 5/1.

The total profit for all the racing laying systems in this book during 1992 was around 10,570 pounds for when laid to a ten pound stake, there are a total of 24 flat racing system and 51 jump racing systems all of which made a good profit during 1992.

These historical horse racing laying systems could very well still be relevant today and all that would be required to follow these will be a small piece of your time each day.

If you plan to follow these systems then access to the days racing and runners will be required to check a runners last UK race and most of this can be found in a newspaper or online, e.g. bookmakers website or in the racing post which most bookmakers have on display.

For those of you who do not have a great deal of time to check and find the days qualifying runners we do provide an online service where you can quickly access this information and details are found at the bottom of this page.

The total number of runners for the systems in this book during 1992 was 1386 and this equates to around 4 runners on an average day but this figure could vary greatly depending on the racing taking place and summer time has far more racing so there will no doubt be far more runners during the period when evening racing is taking place.

These laying systems were compiled using data from 1992 and this printed book is pocket sized and perfect bound with seventy five horse racing betting systems, total page count is approximately 168.

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