When two runners are given in any race, only use non-handicap races to reduce, then back both of the horses in remaining races. Level stakes or one of the staking plans below.
Where only one runner is produced in any race this can be a banker and back each in time order through the card, level stakes or one of the staking plans shown below.
Best bankers on any day are those runners with both SPOTFORM rating and SF, in a non-handicap race, the earliest time of the day.
Possibly one of the better staking plans these days is called “The 10% plan”. Starting with a bank of 100 points, bet one tenth of the bank on the first horse. If it wins, add the winnings to the bank and next runner will be backed with one tenth of the bank. If it loses, deduct from the bank and next runner will be backed with one tenth of the bank. The theory behind this type of staking is that when horses are winning you stake more on them, and when they lose you stake less.
The next plan uses an increasing level of staking to recover losses by backing future winners. 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 12, 19, 28 stop at a winner. With this one, all stakes can be calculated in advance, and stop at a winner instructions added to stop the bet when a winner occurs.
There are other staking plans that can be adapted to work with this method, choose the one that suits you