The Brian Reavill Special Factor Staking Plan has two objectives: to defeat the long losing run which ruins so many betting systems; and to safely increase the size of the stake you are presently using (and therefore your winnings).
The Profit Builder Plus System by Brian Reavill is a straight forward backing system which seeks to make use of certain daily newspapers and their nap selections at various times within a certain sequence. There is also a staking plan to be used which is a progressive staking plan using certain stakes and stopping at a winner in a certain rotation process.
Brian Reavill System 2 is a simple self selection system for horse racing winners. Maximum of 2 selections daily.
The Beta System by Brian Reavill is a horse racing system that looks for one or two horses a day to back to win on British racecourses.
The Anchor System by Brian Reavill is a backing system which can be operated all year around using level stakes. It is claimed to have around a 45% strike rate and can be operated over Flat, All Weather and National Hunt courses.
The Abacus System by Brian Reavill is a simple win system for UK Horse Racing. It uses any daily paper and operates a 5 step process to select potential winners.
The Revived Sporting Chronicle System by Brian Reavill is a horse betting system. There is just one guaranteed selection per day with this method and all selections are backed to win using level stakes. There is also a very neat staking plan employed within the profit making process.
The Angle System by Brian Reavill Looks for shorter priced selections to back with a very high success rate, and uses a staking method of 10% of your betting bank, the bet amount changing as your bank goes up or down.
The New Approach System by Brian Reavill looks to find just one horse a day, generally at a decent price and with the expectation of one winner in three at odds up to 14/1 (averaging over 4/1).
The High Strike Rate System by Brian Reavill is a horse racing system based on backing favourites that fit certain strict criteria.