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Information from Gleith Racing - Jupiter about their service

Gleith Racing Jupiter offers one lay selection in every race on the UK racecard with a maximum BSP of 20.00.
Currently a free service with selections posted to a password protected section of our web site each morning by midday.
Simply email info@gleithracing.co.uk if you would like to be added to the subscriber list.
Gleith Racing - Jupiter

Proofed Results for Gleith Racing - Jupiter Lay Selections

Month by Month Breakdown of Proofed Results Based on 1 Point Level Stakes

MonthBetsSR%StakedProfit
March 201737380.2373.00-4.11
February 201745682.5456.0015.27
January 20178075.080.00-2.56
Total for 201790980.9909.08.60
 
MonthBetsSR%StakedProfit
December 20168377.183.000.87
November 20167474.374.00-2.87
October 20169375.393.00-1.83
September 201610375.7103.00-3.23
August 20162483.324.002.56
Total for 201637776.1377.0-4.50
 

Bets = Number of selections provided
SR% = Percentage Success Rate. i.e. number of profitable selections / number of selections
Staked = Total amount risked on selections, based on amounts entered by the tipster (e.g. a 10 point bet placed at odds of 4/1 would be a stake of 40 points as that is the amount you'd lose if the selection won the race).
Profit = Total points profit/loss. For 2008 onwards Betfair Starting Prices are used. For years prior to that, odds of 15% above SP are used. The figures assume a commission rate of 5% on all winning bets. This is an upper amount and will reduce the more bets you place with Betfair. You can see the effect of varying the assumed commission % by looking at the Full Proofed Results (see link above).

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