Easy Ways to Choose between Horse Racing Systems

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on September 18, 2006

Here are 5 top points to keep in mind when making selections from the myriad horse racing systems available.

  • Will you bet on losers? There are many new horse racing systems available on the Internet. Not all of them are regulated or part of official race tracks, but they do appeal to many punters, especially to those who enjoy online gambling more than horse racing as a sport. Horse racing systems designed for pari-mutuel wagering and sport betting through book makers, are not suited for the statistics of any form of odds betting in which punters can lay bets directly on horses which they feel would lose a real or a virtual event.

  • Beware exaggerated claims. Horse racing systems which suggest that you will win most of the time, are probably fakes, or part of unofficial and illegal betting rings. The best horse racing systems work on logic and factual inputs, for which assurances of certain, quick and continuous gains are most inappropriate.

  • Get reliable referrals: Folks who have won jackpots and who have been close to horses all their lives are the best judges of effective horse racing systems. Some of them may not be articulate or impressive in appearance, but experience and a successful track record are worthy substitutes for the slick manners of a person trying to con you!

  • Practice against events: Many horse racing systems are available free of charge, though they may not have all the features of some of the expensive ones. Why not try a free system with some hypothetical wagers on forthcoming events? The adage about ‘proof in the pudding’ works for horse racing systems, because you can establish over a period of time as to whether they work. You can always ‘test drive’ horse racing systems against past events for which you have racing sheets and results, before putting money behind them.

  • Common sense isn’t! Sadly, some punters put horse racing systems above ground zero knowledge of race tracks and information about weather conditions. No system can be a substitute for human judgment, though they can act as the most useful aids. Use horse racing systems to quickly account for multiple factors that your mind may take too long to think through, but do not allow automation to replace your experience of the sport.

Horse racing systems work and it is rare in the 21st century to find punters who are consistently successful in net terms, and who do not use them. The trick is to select a product that suits the kind of sports betting in which you like to take part, and to use the system as a support, but not to completely shut out your own mind.

 

 

 

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