Melbourne form analyst Deane Lester is one of the most respected names in racing. His comments and insights are becoming the final word for an increasing number of Australian punters.
What most punters don't realise is that Deane is contracted to give his selections for every race in Melbourne for the days when he is on the air. What viewers aren't getting through the broadcast however is Deane's actual staking plan.
Whether you back each of Deane's top selections in each race, or you pick your own bets from his tips, you aren't following what he actually backs.
Lester's staking plan contains this exclusive information and it utilises much more of Deane's knowledge than his basic top four tips communicated through his broadcast.
Deane's Staking Plan
Like most professional form analysts, Deane assesses risk in a race and uses it to determine his own bets. For some races that means no bet while for others it means backing more than one runner with varying stakes.
If Deane assesses a race as a betting race, he then applies his tested staking approach which usually involves backing a few horses with considered stake amounts to manage risk and profit.
Punters listening to Lester's broadcast are getting basic information that he is obligated to provide in every race. There's no doubt the broadcasters wouldn't be too excited by the prospect of Deane saying "No Bet in this race folks". Certainly not good for turnover.
The good news for punters however is that Deane offers exclusive access to his staking plan. To know what Deane is on, how much he is on for and what he is letting go, check-out Lester's staking plan here.
Deane offers a Standard and Premium race day package on Saturdays and selected midweek meetings like Melbourne Cup and Manikato Stakes day race programs.
Over the past month Deane Lester has shown just how valuable his staking plan is for punters. On each of the past four weekends, Lester's staking plan, a key feature of his standard and premium packages, has delivered his followers sizeable profits.
Saturday, 22 September
Deane makes 125% profit on turnover via his staking plan.
Stakes are expressed in units where punters are advised to adapt this stake to their average bet size.
For example if you usually bet about $25-$30 per race then 1 UNIT would equate to $1 - 30 units = $30 outlayed. If you punt at around $100 per race then you would mutliply the staked unit by 4 translating 30 units into $120.
Sunday, 29 September (Underwood Stakes Day after AFL Grand Final)
103% profit on turnover (POT) - 4 winners from 8 bets
Saturday, 6 October
76% POT - 2 winners from 5 bets
Saturday, 13 October
88% POT - 3 winners from 10 bets
In addition to getting exclusive access to Deane Lester's staking plan, punters also get other quality racing information that can only be found on Lester's racing site including:
- Speed maps for every race in Melbourne
- Race synopsis
- Comments for every runner in every race; and of course
- Deane's tips in each race.