What Do U Look For Most When Betting On Horses?

Any system you got? Does it work?

11 Comments

  1. semi_con wrote
    at 9:14 - 1st Marzec 2010 Permalink

    i look for the winner when im betting on horses!
    i dont have a sysyem, i just do my homework, so i know when to bet on a given horse

  2. luv them horse's wrote
    at 9:18 - 1st Marzec 2010 Permalink

    READ the horses last work outs
    how long and far
    then see if he has had time off
    when last started
    and if he has been moved up or down in class
    if he has been claimed if a new trainer has him
    money earned and breeding Jockeys that have ridden him and the distances he has run
    its bit tough but you can get a clue,,, but not always a winner ??!!
    hope that helps
    also
    if can go watch him in mornings
    and his breeders and breeding
    how many races they have been in how many leaghs won or lost
    new trainers and Jockey s
    new equipment ?

  3. kmnmiami wrote
    at 11:08 - 1st Marzec 2010 Permalink

    I look at the horses before the race. I rule out any horse that is acting up a lot because they’re using all their energy before the race. I look at the horse’s body and see if they have muscle on their shoulder and hip areas. I watch the horse’s movement and see if they look sore when they walk… you wouldn’t believe the number of lame horses that race and are still favorites at post time. The system does work for me… most of the horses I select do finish in the money. However, I know what to look for in a horse and most people don’t, so it’s not a system that everybody can use.

  4. loudyhow wrote
    at 12:28 - 1st Marzec 2010 Permalink

    the tote board.the odds the tote board tells all i want to know. i don’t read the racing form i don’t look at a scratch sheet i wheel the odds on the tote board for the gimmick bets and do just as good as any body on the track and better than most try it and check out your prices. a tip from JOEY THE BRAIN from aqueduct in the 1980s.
    PS YOUR FAVORITE SHOULD BE 3-1 OR BETTER

  5. Michelle G wrote
    at 13:00 - 1st Marzec 2010 Permalink

    No no system really works
    if it did then we would be all very VERY RICH
    JUST GO INNIE MINEY MIGHTY MOO

  6. bwj1963 wrote
    at 13:20 - 1st Marzec 2010 Permalink

    horses that are running through there conditions…..
    broke maiden…..
    non winner 1….allowance
    non winner 2….allowance
    non winner 3…..allowance
    stakes race……
    graded stakes race…….
    ======================================?
    horses that the barn are taking good care of…..

  7. no.1card wrote
    at 13:33 - 1st Marzec 2010 Permalink

    Beyer speed figures, followed by class, connections, pedigree, recent workouts, and many other factors. You need all these factors in consideration when handicapping a race.

  8. betotron don wrote
    at 19:24 - 1st Marzec 2010 Permalink

    the trainer…get to know the pattern he/she follows when getting the horse ready for its best effort! including his/her favorite jocky! and best distance the horse likes to run…works fine by me!

  9. Anonim wrote
    at 2:17 - 2nd Marzec 2010 Permalink

    I usually look if the horse had a bullet workout recently and see what kind of pedigree he has.

  10. theoneth wrote
    at 8:31 - 2nd Marzec 2010 Permalink

    always look at the jockey and trainer’s winning percentage.

  11. cow/surf wrote
    at 8:54 - 2nd Marzec 2010 Permalink

    um frist of all i dont beat on my horse that is just mean

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