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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Essentials When Placing A Bet






On the flat, the best races then to specialise in are all age handicaps. In National Hunt, it is best to stick to top class non handicap races as well as handicap hurdles and chases.




The 5 Essential Criteria for creating your shortlist

Below are my 5 essential criteria that every horse must have when you are placing a bet.

1. Going - The horse must be proven on the prevailing ground conditions. This means won on same going or placed within 2 lengths on the flat or 4 lengths for National Hunt.

2. Distance - The horse must be proven on the trip. This means won on same distance or at least placed within 2 lengths on the flat or 4 lengths for National Hunt.


3. Course Type - The horse must be proven on similar type of course. This means won on a similar track type or at least placed within 2 lengths on the flat, or 4 lengths for National Hunt.


4. Fitness - The horse must have shown that it can operate at optimal levels since its last number of days off the track.


5. Class - The horse must have either won at the class he is currently competing in before or else gave a very good showing in a previous race at the similar or higher class level.

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