A number of greyhound racing punters use a systematic approach to their greyhound betting. Greyhound racing systems come in a variety of forms, some built on years of research and statistics, and other based on fairly random criteria.
A number of the greyhound systems I seem to come across involve a stop at a winner strategy. While this isn’t a recommended approach, it is one that is more feasible on greyhound racing than it is on horse racing.
Here are a selection of greyhound racing systems that may or may not prove profitable to follow!
Open Race Class Dropper
Back any greyhound dropping from an Open race back into Graded company. The theory is any dog good enough for Open races generally with have more class than rivals in graded company.
BAGS Trap System
Back a particular trap number at different BAGS meetings, stopping at a winner. Examples with good records historically are trap 5 at Monmore and trap 2 at Sunderland.
BAGS Dutching Trap System
Similar to the last system expect you back two dogs to win rather than one. An example of traps that have performed well over time would be trap 1 and 3 at Hove or traps 1 and 2 at Crayford.
BAGS Favourte System
Another stop at a winner system. Simply back the favourite at any BAGS meeting until you hit a winner and stop at a set profit. It has to be a graded meeting due to the better prices for favourites. Very short odds on favourites at meetings with Open races make it unworkable.
A successful greyhound system requires hard work but they are out there, even if some of them only have short life spans. Feel free to add any greyhound racing systems you know of using the comments feature below.