The Winners Circle Greyhound Racing System by Benjamin Street is a betting system for greyhound racing in the UK. The system is said to comprise a set of spreadsheets which you can use to determine exactly which runners to back and which to lay plus further advice including dutching. It is also said to be suitable for beginners and experienced bettors alike.
The Racing Roulette product by Darryl Baxter comprises 2 systems, one for horse racing and one for roulette which can be operated independently or in tandem. The author advises that he uses his roulette winnings to fund the horse racing bets.
The Idiots Guide To Lay Betting is a guide from Dave ‘The Northerner’ Hawley that covers the basics of lay betting and using bet exchanges. He also details the very best systems and services on lay betting, so you know where to find the most consistent and easiest to follow lay bet systems around. Plus it shows you the systems to avoid.
The ‘A Minus B’ System from David Houghton is a betting system that involves subtracting one number from another in order to work out if there is a bet or not. They claim it is not a sports or casino betting system, and that it has nothing to do with forex either.
Fake Outsider from James Stuart appears to be a win system for horse race betting. It is claimed to be suitable for all levels of betting experience including beginner. It applies to handicap races (flat) and handicap hurdles and normally produces 2 bets per race which are backed to win (lower odds) and each way (higher odds).
Zero Risk Trader from Steve Davidson is an easy to use bet trading strategy for UK horse racing only. It can be used at any time of the day and can be used on all types of races from Flats and All Weather to Hurdle and Chase.
Limitless Bets by Eddie Fletcher is a betting service that will send you betting systems every other day or so during the next month for you to use.