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Archive for June, 2015

Horse Racing: How To Profit – You Must Grasp That Racing’s A Business

Tue ,02/06/2015

Yes – that’s correct: horse racing’s a business. This is obvious? This is in fact something that many players don’t catch and/or trivialize and racing’s a business like all other for-profit businesses. It’s their to profit just like you are there to profit and to make a profit the player must do the same things as the track does. That’s to know how to manage money and keep detailed records of all transactions of which most players don’t do and don’t want to do. Racing organizations act similar to a broker in that they hold your money, give you a receipt or a ticket as a record, take a small fee for doing so and payout the rest to the winners. This makes racing a business.

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How to Pick Winners At the Horse Races, a Simple Approach

Tue ,02/06/2015

This short article cannot completely explain the complex subject of horse racing handicapping. So we’ll restrict this article to a few simple horse racing handicapping truths that will help you to pick some winners on your visit to the race track. A day at the races with a few bets can be a very enjoyable way to spend your day.

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Horse Racing Handicapping Methods Using Pace and Speed or Class in Combination

Mon ,01/06/2015

If you’re looking for a handicapping method that will evaluate runners and put you on horses that will make a profit over the long run, you’ll have to determine which factors to use. The problem is that all horse races are not the same. We know that pace is different depending on the surface that the race is going on, but what combination of pace and speed or class do we use to raise one horse higher?

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Why Are So Many Handicapping Factors Cyclical in Horse Racing

Mon ,01/06/2015

Many people have a hard time getting used to cycles and therefore struggle with handicapping horse races. Most handicappers have heard about form cycles but they fail to understand all the attendant cycles that are involved. For instance, when a trainer ships his horses north in the spring he may take them from a track where they’ve been racing or he may ship them from a farm where they’ve wintered. Horses that have wintered over at a farm may have to be worked and race a little before coming into mid season form.

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