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Horse Racing Tips – Only Healthy Equines Can Win Races

Tue ,18/06/2013

Agility, speed, and strength are the factors that make equines win their races. It is impossible for any weak and sick equine to outrun other competitors in the racetrack. Horse racing tips that talk about the health of these exquisite animals may not provide advises on how to win in the arena, but these advices can create possible champions.

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2013 North America Cup day at Mohawk

Sun ,16/06/2013

horse racingCaptaintreacherous rallied wide in the stretch to win the 2013 Pepsi North America Cup over Twilight Bonfire and Wake Up Peter. Also on the card Maven won the Armbro Flight, Bee A Magician won the Elegantimage, I Luv The Nitelife won the Fan Hanover, and Flanagan Memory won the Goodtimes Trot. Get the results, charts, and photos here.

2013 North America Cup day at Mohawk originally appeared on About.com Horse Racing on Sunday, June 16th, 2013 at 11:09:52.

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All You Ever Wanted To Know About Horse Racing Tipsters

Fri ,14/06/2013

Horse racing is the most difficult sport in the world to handicap. It’s extremely tough – even for the most knowledgeable experts – to accurately predict the winner.

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Making Money At The Race Track Requires Expertise In Three Disciplines

Fri ,14/06/2013

If you’ve decided to make a serious effort at becoming a professional handicapper with the intent of earning a living at the race track, you’ll need to invest considerable time and effort before you’ll be able to accomplish your goal. And while you’re improving your overall handicapping ability, don’t be afraid to seek the advice of professional handicappers.

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Horse Racing Handicapping Jockey Trainer and Horse Connections

Thu ,13/06/2013

One horse racing angle that is often overlooked is the horse and rider or trainer connection. How important is this connection? First let’s clarify what connection I’m writing about. When a professional jockey rides a horse for the first time he often only has a few minutes to acquaint himself with the animal. For some pros that is sufficient. On the other hand, a jockey may sometimes ride a horse in the morning to get the feel of it before riding in a race. Then there are horses that the rider has already ridden in races and in some cases…

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Understanding Pace Basics for Handicapping Horse Races

Thu ,13/06/2013

While pace may indeed determine the outcome of a race it is still a very difficult factor to handicap in a race. If all the horses always ran the same way then it wouldn’t be too difficult, but there are often changes in running styles and speed points. Jockeys make split second decisions that alter a horse’s running style and a front runner may lay off the pace to close on the leader in the stretch. Maidens run truest to form or style and usually don’t change much unless the rider is given instructions to try something different.

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Horse Racing Angles and Tips for Finding the Best Bet in the Race

Wed ,12/06/2013

There are angles and tips that can help you find the best bet in a horse race. You’ll still have to handicap. Using an angle or a tip to handicap makes a lot more sense than starting out with no plan or system and just stumbling along looking at the stats in the program and trying to figure out which horse is a good bet. The only way to know that a horse is a good bet is to know the horse’s chances of winning and the final odds.

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2013 Pepsi North America Cup Entries

Tue ,11/06/2013

horse racingSaturday June 15 at Mohawk Racetrack is the $1 million North America Cup for the 3-year-old pacers. Captaintreacherous, winner of one of three elimination races, will start from post 4 as the 2-1 favorite in the field of ten. Toronto Maple Leaf Jake Gardiner (right) was the Honourary Drawmaster. Get the entries, odds, and posts positions here.

2013 Pepsi North America Cup Entries originally appeared on About.com Horse Racing on Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 at 12:30:46.

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Handicapping Jockeys and Running Styles for Hidden Horse Racing Gold

Mon ,10/06/2013

Anyone who follows horse racing knows that there is a big difference between the skill levels of jockeys. Some barely manage to eke out a 7% win average while others have double digit win percentages. The difficult part is to know how much of a real difference that makes when comparing the myriad handicapping factors that may be used to find a winner. For instance a jock may have a 12% win average and be on a horse that appears to be slightly better than the rest of the field based on recent form and speed. Another horse that is a bit less impressive may have a rider with a 24% win average. The dilemma for the handicapper is to find out just how much of an impact that top rider will have in the race.

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Horse Racing Handicapping Profits By Comparing the Morning Line to Your Line

Mon ,10/06/2013

One of the keys to making money handicapping horse races is to know what the actual chances are that a horse will win the race. Without that information you have nothing to base your wagers on. You don’t know what the fair odds are and you certainly can’t tell if a horse is a good bet. A good bet is one that will be profitable over the long run, not just one race. To know that you must have an idea of what percentage of such races a horse will win.

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