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Lay the Ratings Review

Lay the Ratings is a website that gives users access to 6 different horse racing betting systems.

What does the product offer?

The systems on offer by Lay the Ratings are four lay betting and 2 back to win systems. These cover horse racing for the UK, Ireland, The US and Australia. The creator of Lay the Ratings say that the 6 systems have provided him with a massive profit over the course of 2013.

How does the product work?

Details are scarce on how Lay the Ratings works. The closest you come to an explanation is the creator saying that his systems are the results of years of research and documentation. They even go as far as to say that they follow horses like it is a religion. It is known that Lay the Ratings doesn’t rely on questionable staking systems but follows a flat stake system.

What is the initial investment?

There are a number of different packages available for Lay the Ratings. You can get a one week trial for just 1 penny and after this period is over there are 30 day options, 90 day, 180 day and a year. These cost £47, £126.90, £239.70 and £377.85 respectively. There is a 30 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

Over the course of 2013 the creator of Lay the Ratings says that it has made him a 550 point profit after Betfair commission.


Given the fact that Lay the Ratings provides access to 6 different systems there is a lot to like here. All the systems have been profitable which is what you would expect. The profit over the course of the year is at the top end of the market in terms of tipsters. This is reflected in the price though with Lay the Ratings being a little pricey when compared to its competitors. If I you are looking to diversify my betting portfolio I think that Lay the Ratings may not be a bad place to start and at just a penny for a one week trial there is practically nothing to lose.



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From: Simon Roberts