Free Horse Race Betting Tips Sheet

Submitted by: Jimmy Mayon

Short Description: Everyone likes an occasional tip or two, especially those that seem sound and worth trying. These tips are mostly hunches or astute observations done by seasoned players on competing horses, jockeys and trainers. Here are a few horse race betting tips: bet only on the horses you have a gut feeling that would win, bet on a horse that has won before, avoid placing wagers on a horse that has just moved up in class, look into the history and ability of the jockeys and keep an eye out on the tote board or score proclaiming value odds.

Who doesn’t benefit from a sound advice? Everyone likes an occasional tip or two, especially those that seem sound and worth trying. Wager placement is mostly betting done upon individual research, a proposed strategy and acting on that tip that you’ve he

 

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ard circling around. How about a new tip from your favorite bookie or from one of the pros in the betting circle?

These tips are mostly hunches or astute observations done by seasoned players on competing horses, jockeys and trainers. For the so-called experts in the field, some advices are worth offering other players for free. Here are a few horse race betting tips.

For starters, despite what the odds are or what the seeming favorite is, you should only bet on the horses you have a gut feeling that would win. Players attach a lot of importance on their “gut feelings.” That combined with a little luck and a considerable amount of research (and maybe one or more tips) can create a spark on that winning streak.

Also, a horse on its first few maiden races may carry a lot of promise, true. But if you are betting a certain amount of money, and hoping for some pay-offs, it might be best to bet on a horse that has won before. Also, try avoiding placing large wagers on a horse that has just moved up in class – think of this particular horse as a new contender in a heavier division (or something to that effect.)

If you have tips and researches done on the running horse, it is likewise important to look up into the history and ability of the jockeys. A jockey’s ability assumes greater importance as the distance of the race increases. For short races, most apprentices are capable of breaking a horse fast. This ability is very useful in sprint races. Unfortunately, during longer races or those that go beyond 1 1/8 mile races, pacing the horse is more important than that burst of speed when the gun goes off. A capable jockey could gauge just how fast the running start should be and how to conserve enough energy for that burst of speed before the horse crosses the finish line.

Keeping a sharp eye on the tote board also increases a player’s chance of a pay-off. Try keeping score on value odds: any horse that has a fair chance of winning but is not overly backed. If you have a favorite bookie, try getting a tip or two. They should have experiences in determining the odds, and a bookie’s betting start is an excellent indicator as to which horses are likely to be among the first three contenders to finish the race.



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About the Author: Jimmy Mayon (MBA, BSEE) is a technologist with an enthusiasm for Horse Racing. During the last 25 years he has been managing banking and online transaction processing technologies for private and public sectors. http://kanati.com.ph

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