Picking Donkey’s is a lay betting system that claims to offer a 92.5% strike rate over four and a half years.
What does the product offer?
Picking Donkey’s provides you with a copy of their system detailing how they make their choices as well as a 7 day subscription to their “7 Day Selection Pass”. This provides you with the details of the choices the Picking Donkey’s Team to enable you to see how they reached that conclusion and apply that knowledge to your own selections.
How does the product work?
As mentioned above the system is essentially a lay betting system utilising Betfair. For those who do not know, lay betting is basically where you bet on which horses won’t win rather than those who will. It is allegedly based upon a formula that allows users to pick horses that are “priced a lot lower than they should be”. Picking Donkey’s claim that this provides them with an advantage as they are choosing horses that will rarely win which gives them such a high strike rate.
What is the initial investment?
The system retails for £9.95 but is currently sold out with an option to register on a waiting list. On top of this initial cost there would be the cost of betting with Picking Donkey’s saying they average around 17 bets per month at £10 per bet.
What is the rate of return?
The Picking Donkey’s Team claim that you will get returns of £107 per month with their system. Again, this is based on a £10 per point system.
Picking Donkey’s is essentially just another lay betting system. But I am loathe to use the term “just another”. At the time of writing this the initial run of 200 places have been snapped up with a waiting list for more, and why shouldn’t there be? Out of the many lay betting systems I have looked at this seems to be the one most grounded in reality. They offer a small number of bets because the system is about winning small amounts often, not creating a risky play to try for a quick buck.
In fact the creators of the system state “Trying to add more bets for the sake of it would likely give us a few more winners, but also a lot more losers and some at pretty bad odds”. This suggests to me that really, the interests of their clientèle is very much at heart and this is only a good thing. The profit claims are plenty believable and most importantly, they are a reflection of £10 bets. Many other sites inflate earnings by using massive initial stakes but with Picking Donkey’s what you see really seems to be what you can get.