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Horse Racing Handicapping Factors for Turf or Dirt Races Are Not Always the Same

     Posted on Wed ,27/05/2015 by admin

When we handicap horse races we use factors or attributes to evaluate the horses and estimate each runner’s chance of winning. Races run on dirt often shape up differently than races that are run on turf. The first place to start estimating the value of each handicapping factor is to study your local track or the venues that you play. For instance, the inner turf course at Belmont plays differently than the Widener Turf Course. Playing horses with early speed on the inner turf course at Belmont makes sense because…

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Handicapping Tips On How To Analyze A Horse Race

     Posted on Wed ,27/05/2015 by admin

The old saying, “It’s not the destination, but the trip,” applies to horse racing handicapping. It isn’t just how you arrive at your estimate of each runner’s chance of winning, it’s also how you got there. The reason is that your method will affect your results. For instance, handicapping the last race on the program and working your way back will mean that you’re probably going to be sharper for those better races with bigger fields. They are the races where real money may be made. Another method to handicap is to…

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Horse Racing Betting Strategy to Avoid Ruin

     Posted on Tue ,26/05/2015 by admin

Gambler’s Ruin is a term that has been applied to several mathematical theorems. The basic idea is that the longer you gamble the more likely you are to lose. That may sound incredibly simple, but how many people try to grind out a living gambling at the horse races day after day and finally tapping out? The first and most obvious point is that when you gamble against a player who has a bigger bankroll than yours, you’re at a disadvantage because he can last throw losing streaks longer than you can so he will eventually win your money. But wait, you say, the horse races are different because I don’t gamble against the track, I gamble against the other players.

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Horse Racing Handicapping Strategy to Overcome the Grind

     Posted on Tue ,26/05/2015 by admin

What is the best strategy to beat the races? Is it grinding out a profit or trying to hit one huge win? I’ve written about both approaches in Horseplayer l and Horseplayer ll. The reason that I’ve given each approach equal coverage is because no two horse players are alike and what works for one person may not work for another. I personally mix it up dividing my money between longshot plays and horses at lower odds. The horses in the top three picks, in other words, the ones with the lowest odds, account for about seventy percent of the wins.

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Horse Racing: The Basic Elements Of Advanced Statistical Handicapping

     Posted on Wed ,13/05/2015 by admin

There are two categories to handicapping: common and statistical. Common is made of two sub-levels: base common and advanced common. Statistical is made of two sub-levels also: base statistical and advanced statistical. Racing’s a statistical game because racing’s been going on for more than 100 years everyday of each one of those years. Which means 100’s of 1,000’s of races have taken place in that time in the United States and to understand the many patterns in the game you have to take a statistical sampling of 1,000’s of races. This makes racing statistical. The contents of advanced statistical handicapping takes up a few very important things which must be grasped and practiced fully.

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Horse Racing: The Basic Elements Of Profitcapping

     Posted on Wed ,06/05/2015 by admin

Profitcapping is mainly about finding out how much profit can be made over months and years from using a statistical long-term outlook in racing. It includes everything about the money side of the game and need to be studied with just as much in depth concentration as the player does handicapping races statistically and individually. When handicapping and profitcapping (the two main divisions of racing) are united they’re able to produce profit. It’s not easy but it can be done and its the way to do it. Profitcapping is crammed with content about how to deal with the money in the game and not about selecting specific horses which is handicapping’s job.

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Horse Racing: The Secret Of Thinking Big Money And Not Thinking Small Money

     Posted on Mon ,27/04/2015 by admin

When you think of getting small money in racing you will get just that: small money. Therefore if you really want big money you’ll have to learn the secret of thinking big money and not thinking small money. Big money is in the 100’s of 1,000’s of dollars to several millions of dollars in racing. Racing has big money in it if you look at it from a business view-point. With a business perspective you see things over semi-annual, annual, five years and 10 years time frames. In those time periods very large amounts of money in the millions of dollars flows through the system and it’s possible to get a sizeable portion of it by design instead of trying to do so by luck.

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Horse Racing: How To Grasp The Basic Rules Of Winning

     Posted on Fri ,24/04/2015 by admin

There are about 5-8 rules to make your probability of winning greater in racing. These rules are simple and almost trivial seeming but they’re not trivial by any measurement. Once each is understood in depth then the player has a more firm grasp of the game. There aren’t many shortcuts to profits in racing because it takes smart work to make that extra dollar and lots of smart work. Look closely at these few rules of winning and you’ll see many things you can do to refine your skills.

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Horse Racing: How To Grasp That Return On Investment Or Profit Is Simple

     Posted on Mon ,20/04/2015 by admin

How to grasp that Return On Investment (ROI) or profit is simple is just that: simple. The main purpose of racing is to make extra money. ROI is to tell if you’ve profited in a round about way. But in the end its simple. A highly simplified example: lets say you like playing superfectas and you’ve found that 8-12 field sizes in a three years period of time gives $4,000,000. You intend to use flat rate amounts per ticket price and each flat rate is different for each field size. When all ticket price amounts are summed as a unit for those three years it comes to $2,000,000.

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Charter Your Way to The Kentucky Derby

     Posted on Thu ,16/04/2015 by admin

The Kentucky Derby is a sporting spectacle that is steeped with tradition and grandeur. Chartering a jet to get you there makes the experience all the more exciting.

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