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Archive for February, 2013

The Double Down or Parlay Bet for Horse Racing

Thu ,21/02/2013

Trying to come out ahead at the races is very difficult but many people the world over give it a shot every day. If you’re one of those prospectors looking for gold at the finish line here are a few thought about betting angles that may help. Just remember that betting on horses is a risky business so keep your bets under control and keep it fun. The straight win bet usually is the best bet because of the high cost of betting. Wagers all come with a price tag known as the takeout and breakage. Breakage is the rounding off of the payout…

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The Best Way to Win at the Horse Races When Just Starting Out

Thu ,21/02/2013

If you’ve ever been to the horse races or an OTB parlor you’ve probably tried a little flutter on the races. You may have had some beginner’s luck and won, but if you kept betting it’s almost certain the luck ran out. It always does. While it takes a little luck at anything you do in life in order to be successful, it takes more than luck to win when you bet on horse races.

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Understanding Class Drops in Horse Racing Handicapping and Finding Good Bets

Wed ,20/02/2013

The claiming races are one of the best venues to find good horse racing bets, but also one of the most confusing types of races to handicap. A big problem is that there are horses that are traveling up and down the class ladder and the handicapper often doesn’t know why a horse is dropping or moving up. For instance, in its first race after being claimed, a horse is often moved up a notch in class. The big question, of course, is did the new trainer improve the horse, or is this a race for conditioning? The trainer’s statistics often give an indication.

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Horse Racing Speed, Pace, Class, and Distance Adjustments for Handicapping Angles

Wed ,20/02/2013

Handicapping angles are situations that produce winners and profits. Similar to spot plays they can be found now and then but the horse player has to be patient and wait for the right circumstances to arise. You don’t find them on every program or even every day, but when you do spot one, it can be very profitable. Speed is a useful factor for handicapping but is often misused. It is tough to make money betting on the horse that appears to be the fastest horse in the race because that is something that’s pretty easy to figure and therefore, the crowd is onto it and will bet the speed horse down, especially if that horse has a big edge.

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A Simple Horse Racing Handicapping Method For Rating Horses

Tue ,19/02/2013

It’s very difficult to make a consistent profit from horse racing handicapping even when you spend a lot of time at it and do good in-depth handicapping. However, it is possible to quickly get an idea of the class and speed in a race and to make some decisions about the best bets and worst bets. Finding the best bets on the program can sometimes mean the difference between a winning day and a losing day. First of all, every race has a hierarchy of speed, class, and form.

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What Are The Best Odds For Horse Racing Bets That Make a Profit

Tue ,19/02/2013

Betting on horse races is a risky busy, but keeping within a certain odds range with your wagers may help you to keep enough of your money long enough to show a profit. Here’s a look at a few possible winning strategies. Just remember that you should never bet more than you can “comfortably” afford to lose. It may be nice to bet on long shots and to cash big winning tickets, but it seldom happens unless you have a good method for picking live horses at long odds.

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Southwest Stakes (G3) at Oaklawn

Tue ,19/02/2013

At Oaklawn on Monday, Super Ninety Nine dominated in a sloppy Southwest Stakes (G3), winning easily by 11 1/4 lengths over Fear the Kitten with Heaven’s Runway third. Get the results, charts, and photos here.

Southwest Stakes (G3) at Oaklawn originally appeared on About.com Horse Racing on Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 at 04:00:49.

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Quick Handicapping Methods That Really Pick Winners

Mon ,18/02/2013

If you like to bet on horse races and to cash tickets on winners, you may be looking for a fast and easy way to handicap races and to evaluate the runners. There are now shortcuts to good in-depth handicapping for long range profits, but there are ways to quickly scan a race and make some good decisions about speed and class and maybe the eventual winner. The most important part of handicapping is finding value. You want horses that pay well when you cash a ticket, but also, and you should never lose sight of this, a horse doesn’t pay if it doesn’t win…

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The Truth About Horse Racing Handicapping and Picking Winning Horses

Mon ,18/02/2013

After many years of playing the races a few simple truths have been hammered into my skull, mostly by losing and learning the hard way. Horse racing, like any human endeavor, can pay off, but it takes a lot of hard work and dedication and the ability to ignore the ups and downs. In poker they call them bad beats, in horse racing we sometimes call it racing luck.

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Black Caviar remains undefeated in her 2013 debut

Sun ,17/02/2013

horse racingBlack Caviar stretched her undefeated streak to 23 on Saturday February 16 in her first start in 7 months, winning the Black Caviar Lightning Stakes (G1) at Flemington easily. Not only did she stretch her record for consecutive wins to 23, she set a new track record and became the first horse to win the Lightning Stakes, which was renamed for his this year, 3 times. Find out more about Black Caviar’s amazing career and her connections here.

Black Caviar remains undefeated in her 2013 debut originally appeared on About.com Horse Racing on Saturday, February 16th, 2013 at 09:10:42.

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