Lay of the Day Horse Racing Tips 15 July, 2024

The Lay of the Day is a one of today's horse racing runners who is not expected to win. Industry experts provide a lay which can be bet against or laid on a betting exchange like Betfair.

The horse racing lay selections aren't complete outsiders who have no chance. They are short priced runners that are under the odds.

Lay of the Day


Looking to take on some of the favourites? Want to lay the more favoured runners? The team at bets.com.au has you covered. 

We provide our lay of the day for Wednesday and Saturday metro racing as we pick out the horses to fade.

Our lay of the day for racing on July 13:

Caulfield - Race 4 No. 3 Rezone

He's bringing the right form via a key lead-up race for the Mahogany Challenge and he finished third via that 2000m Flemington attempt on June 22.

Rezone did start as a 40/1 chance in that last outing and in what was somewhat of a messy affair, he was one of the few who had a good run throughout.

He's also not welll treated here at the weights, as the gelding carries 5kg more despite still being a maiden runner and drawing out at Caulfield is never ideal.

Rezone did have his chance in three maiden attempts before that Flemington run and versus some decent up-and-comers, he's too short here at a sub $3 quote.

Rob Waterhouse's Lay of the Day


Members receive Rob's Lay of the Day each day with his selection for a horse he expects to be beaten. 

With industry experiences for decades, Rob has his ear to the ground and details just why his selection won't win.

To start receiving the Lay of the Day directly into your inbox, follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to your RobWaterhouse.com account and click on the deposit section. 
  2. Choose one of the payment methods available and make a deposit.
  3. Input the promo code BLACKBOOK when you make your first deposit.
  4. Confirm the payment and the funds will appear in your account.
  5. Place your first bet via the racing and sports betting markets.

Betfair Exchange - Back and Lay


The Betfair betting exchange, established in the UK in 2000, allows punters to call the shots, set their odds and take each other on. It is quite different to the traditional model of taking on a bookmaker’s odds.

Savvy gamblers get real value from the exchange and from the back and lay options available. Quite simply, it is you betting against fellow punters. 

Betfair punters can use the site just like they would any other when browsing at odds for a team/horse at any given time with their ‘back’ and ‘lay’ system.

To ‘back’ a team or horse is the exact same as it would for any other bookmaker, except you’re taking on odds presented by other punters. If you put $50 on something paying $10, you’ll win $500, just like you would anywhere else.

To ‘lay’ a team or horse means you’re taking on the role of the odds provider and like any bookmaker, hoping like hell the horse/team you’ve opened odds on loses. If you open odds for a team/horse at $10 and someone places a $50 bet and wins, you will lose $450.


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Lay of the Day FAQs

How do I get the Lay of the Day?

Follow the instructions above on this page to get a Lay of the Day every day from Rob Waterhouse.

How does lay betting work?

To ‘lay’ a team or horse means you’re taking on the role of the odds provider and like any bookmaker, hoping like hell the horse/team you’ve opened odds on loses. If you open odds for a team/horse at $10 and someone places a $50 bet and wins, you will lose $450.