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Using Probability and Power Rankings to Find Good Horse Racing Bets

     Posted on Wed ,22/10/2014 by admin

Many of the main stream providers of horse racing handicapping information use a computer generated power number or ranking to indicate a horse’s overall strength in a race… the higher the ranking the better the horse. A quick way to handicap a race is simply to look for good jockeys who win frequently with a horse that has a high power number. Unfortunately, while this may pick winners it doesn’t necessarily answer the question of whether or not that is a good bet. In order to know if a horse is a good bet you need to know its chances of winning, otherwise known as win probability (WP) and then compare that to the odds at post time.

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Here’s How to Find Good Long Shot Bets and Live Horses

     Posted on Wed ,22/10/2014 by admin

Long shots are the best bets for big payoffs but they are also the most risky bets you can make. The crowd likes some assurance that the horse that they bet is likely to win so favorites look the part on paper, though they only win about a third of the time. Longshots, on the other hand, often don’t have much going for them if you only go by their recent racing lines. Somewhere within those lines however, you’ll often find a clue that will indicate the horse might have a big race in store.

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Horse Racing: How To Deal With Losing Streaks Or Losing Runs

     Posted on Tue ,21/10/2014 by admin

Making money in racing isn’t easy but can be done. Not by luck but by design. If you play the game constantly and long enough you’ll have losing streaks. The matter is: how to deal with losing streaks or losing runs? The base reason losing streaks occur is because no method or system is 100% efficient at getting every horse and winning every race. All methods and systems have strengths and weaknesses.

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Horse Racing: How To Make Money In Racing

     Posted on Wed ,15/10/2014 by admin

Horse racing’s made of two main parts: Profitcapping or the money part and Handicapping or the racing part. How to make money in racing requires the player to know both well and why it’s like this. You can make money in racing two ways: by accident or by design. By design is what every player seeks. With profitcapping you learn how the money flows in the game, how much money is in each bet type over months and years, how to get some of it and what must be done to get it. With handicapping you learn how to find the strongest methods to predict and chose horses for each order of finish position. The more you know the further by design you go.

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Horse Racing: How To Grasp Beginner Profitcapping And Return On Investment

     Posted on Thu ,09/10/2014 by admin

When a player first goes to the track to learn racing one of the first things he or she notices is the amount of money flowing in the system. The next thing is: how do I get some of this money? The player isn’t there simply to watch a race but to make an extra dollar, yen or pound. After going to the races many times the beginning player grasps a simple but very important fact: money in racing flows by field size. The larger the field size the more money overall in it than lesser field sizes. It becomes a matter of how do I take advantage of this fact? This is the beginning of Profitcapping.

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Horse Racing: How To Grasp Profitcapping And Return On Investment

     Posted on Mon ,29/09/2014 by admin

Horse racing’s made of two parts: the racing part (handicapping) and the money part (profitcapping). Without money racing’s simply an equine contest. The money making side is about making a profit or having a return on investment. Studying both parts gives a player an advantage because most players think mainly about handicapping or getting the winning horse. A player can’t profit without winning but you can win without profiting. The game is about making money or profiting. Just as much work has to be put into studying the money profit side as the racing side. Return on investment is what its’ all about and not just picking horses.

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How and When to Use Sire Statistics to Find Good Bets on Horses

     Posted on Thu ,18/09/2014 by admin

Sire ratings are very important when you’re handicapping the horse races because they’ll give you an idea of how a horse will handle a new situation. For instance, a good grass sire throws foals that become good grass runners. If you see a young horse trying the turf for the first time and it has an A rated turf sire you know that it will probably run as good a race as can be expected. But how good is that? Do you also have to take into consideration other factors? Certainly.

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Horse Racing Angles and Advice To Uncover Good Long Shot Wagers

     Posted on Thu ,18/09/2014 by admin

The best way to make money at the horse races may vary from person to person. You may prefer to grind it out because you don’t like wagering on long shots and suffering through the ups and downs that longshot players experience. On the other hand, you may love long shots and the adrenaline rush that comes from putting a bet on a horse that appears to have no chance. If you’re one of those people who can stand to place a bet and then watch your horse trail the field, knowing that one of your longshots will win at long odds, then you might have what it takes to be a longshot player.

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Two Exacta Betting Angles For Horse Racing Handicapping

     Posted on Wed ,17/09/2014 by admin

The exacta is one of the most popular bets at the horse races for a very good reason. You only have to pick two horses and if you box them they can come in either way. Whichever horse wins, as long as your other horse is second, you win the exacta. The problem, of course, is to zero in on two horses that have a very good chance of being the exacta. The favorite in the race, the one with the most money bet on it and consequently the lowest odds, is either first or second about half the time. It’s actually more likely to win, especially if the odds are very low.

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Horse Racing Handicapping and Betting With Several Handicapping Factors

     Posted on Wed ,17/09/2014 by admin

While handicapping horse races in great depth and having a lot of time to go over the past performances and videos is a good way to make a profit at the races, not all of us have that much time to enjoy the sport of horse racing. Therefore some faster handicapping systems and methods of evaluating the horses are necessary if we’re to have any chance at all of winning. How do we use just a few things like class, speed, or jockey win percentage to form an opinion of the runners?

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