Looking for the long shot in Horse Racing

Looking for the long shot in Horse Racing

Truth be told when it comes to horse racing betting and handicapping everyone would love to cash more longshot tickets.  This is because the long shots are the ones that have the most payouts but on the flipside it’s reward vs investment.  The reason that they are longshots is through a good study of the horses in the race this horse was originally deemed less likely to win.  For example if you a horse that is 3 to 1 this means out of 3 races this horse should win at least one of these races. If you have a horse that is 18 to 1 out of 18 races this  horse should win one race.  This article will give you some qualities to look for that might make a horse more likely to win the race than the odds play out. Read more »

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Bf Bot Manager ~ Official Betfair API Solution

Bf Bot Manager and BQ Bot Manager are automated betting bots published by Sodens Limited, it is software used for automated betting and trading at Betfair and Betdaq betting exchanges.
Software was reviewed and approved by Betfair and Betdaq security teams. It is designed to save you time and maximize your potential when betting and trading at Betfair and Betdaq betting exchange. Read more »

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California Chrome Set to Take Down the Triple Crown

Hello everyone! Well it looks like we have another contender to take down the elusive Triple Crown which has not been accomplished since 1978. California Chrome has look flawless in his last 6 victories and if you hold them side by side you would think you were watching the same race. He like to sit back and stalk the leader until the very end where he fires taking the victory from any other contenders.
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How to bet on horses

Hello Horse Racing Fans! I have some good information that hit home to me and wanted to share with my fellow horse racing handicappers on how to bet on horses. These are what to do and not to do in horse racing that will save you some heartache in the future. Read more »

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Horse Racing

The sport of Kings called Horse Racing has been around for centuries and is one of the oldest sports around today. Is is said to have started back in 4500 BC in Central Asia and there was a time when English Knights bred English Mares and Arab Stallions to get a horse that has speed and endurance. Some of the oldest tracks are Doncaster, South Yorkshire which dates back to the early 1600′s. In the United States they constructed their first horse racing track in Long Island in the year of 1665. Read more »

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UK Horse Racing: Top Races

The UK horse racing is some of the best in the country and dates back to the 1800′s. If you love horse racing you should visit some of the horse tracks in the UK and you will love the tradition and history behind them. Throughout the years there have been some great horse races that take place in the UK. Here are the top ten UK horse races make sure you don’t miss them!

Get the best horse racing odds at William Hill and be updated of the latest news, expert tips and their latest offers. Visit the site now. Read more »

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Kentucky Derby History and Traditions

History of The Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby is one of the most oldest tradition in not just horse racing but in the sports world all together. The First Kentucky Derby took place May 17, 1875 and the excitement around this race was very evident from the beginning. On this day there were 15 jockeys that took to the track and 13 of them were African American. Over 10,000 people attended to watch the race and the winner of the first Kentucky Derby was a horse by the name of “Aristides” who was rode by Oliver Lewis. It is held every year at Churchill Downs in Louisville Kentucky and was originally a mile and a half but in the late 1800′s it was shortened to a mile and a quarter. The song “My Old Kentucky Home” still is the trademark song of the Derby and is played every year. The Kentucky Derby now takes place on the first Saturday in May and the excitement starts early in the year and gets more intense as it approaches. Read more »

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Top 8 Horse Racing Bets

We all know that horse racing is one of the most popular sports around the world especially in the UK and Japan. With horse racing being centuries years old the betting and handicapping of the sport has increased its popularity to what it is today. One of the most awaited moment at the horse track is when there is money being wagered and down the stretch they come! With the technology today you don’t even have to physically be at the track to place a bet. This can be done online and the race can be watched via simulcast as many betting parlors have various races going on at the same time. Read more »

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TVG Horse Racing

In United States, there is one channel which is really dedicated to horse racing and a lot of horse racing fans is viewing this channel. It is the Television Games Network or TVG Network that began to broadcast in 1999. Since then, TVG became the largest horse racing TV network that covers 30 million homes nationwide (United States) and on May 2006 they started to air new shows like Morning Line, Fandicapping, 58 Flat, Lady Luck and Drive Time. Read more »

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What is the Triple Crown in Horse Racing

Triple Crown Horse Racing

The only way to get the Triple Crown title is to get 3 consecutive win. In United States there are 3 Different Types of Races and these types of races are originally called Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. Winning 3 consecutive times must be achieved to be a title holder of Triple Crown. First among the three is “The Kentucky Derby” (Run for the Roses) – 2.01 km, dirt track. Kentucky Derby was tracked at Churchill Downs in Louisville Kentucky on May 17, 1875. Read more »

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How to Bet the Kentucky Derby

The first Saturday in May is the running of the Kentucky Derby one of the most popular races in the horse racing world. In 2014 we will search once again for a Triple Crown winner and it all begins with the Kentucky Derby.Even people who do not follow horse racing tune in to watch the Kentucky Derby. With the field of horses its one of the hardest races to handicap but with the right information on hand you can cash some nice tickets betting the Kentucky derby. Read more »

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How to use a Horse Racing Money Managment System

Horse handicappers throughout the years have professed that money management is the key to winning at horse racing betting. I believe this to be 100% accurate nothing could be more truthful. If you don’t currently have a money management system the only thing you are handicapping is yourself.  Read more »

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8 step Horse Betting System

In scouring the loads of information out there in horse racing betting I have developed a simple little horse betting system. Basically when you are looking at a horse racing form you come across various information about the horse, its past races, and current form.  All of the factors play a huge role on who will actually win the race and if you can make notes of these various things you will gravitate the winning horse most of the time. Here is what I do from the time I get the racing form until my bet is made. Read more »

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Top 10 Free Horse Racing Tips

With horse racing tips there is a library of information out there. You will find some great tips on this website that have derived from several years of experience that these handicappers put into words. Here are some Free horse racing tips that are the top 10 that most would agree upon. Read more »

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11 Step Simple Horse Racing System

Here are very powerful horse racing betting concepts that can keep your winnings consistent and your handicapping sharp.

These are some old basic rules but still finds relevance today. IF you are going to the track on a moments notice, pop into an OTB with not a lot of time, or a beginner to horse racing this is a perfect start for giving you some quality choices without spending a ton of time handicapping a race. Read more »

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5 Step Horse Racing Betting Strategy

When examining a Daily Racing Form it can be overwhelming with all the different information that the form provides you with. Here is 5 things to look for win handicapping  your horse racing form. This is quick and easy to use with amazing results Read more »

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How to bet in-running on horse racing

How to bet in-running on horse racing

 

Betting in-running offers a great chance to make money.

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by  donnierayjones 

 

With so many races to bet on across the globe, there are endless opportunities for betting. There is also a seemingly endless supply of information to help you make informed betting choices.

The key is knowing how best to use that information if you want to make a profit.

Using an exchange betting app allows you access to all the data you need, and it also allows you to bet and trade on the move.

You can even use the app to set up everything in advance with certain triggers for how much you want to stake, or how much you want to try to win, or what price you want to back or lay a horse at. You just need to find what’s comfortable for you.

When it comes to the information itself, then it’s about learning how a horse has previously performed or how races are often run at certain tracks, for example.

It is generally much easier to lay a horse in-running than to back as you don’t actually then need the horse to win.

So if you look at the data available on your betting app and find a horse is a front-runner but then rarely wins or usually finishes out of the money, it is a good opportunity to lay in-running at a shorter price after backing the horse before the off. This can then help to guarantee a profit.

Alternatively, Lord Windermere came from last to first to win the 2014 Cheltenham Gold Cup and would have been a big price in-running.

If a particular track favours front-runners, though, then you need to be more cautious about trying to lay horses at shorter prices. A track like Chester does favour front-runners, especially if they are drawn low.

And you always want to avoid trying to take on short-priced favourites in-running as there is rarely any scope to make a profit.

Once you have sifted through all the information to find the horses you want to back or lay in-running that day, then you can decide how you want to set up your bets.

You can do it all manually in a few clicks. Or you could just take advantage of the automated functions on a betting app and apply certain rules to your bets.

That is the simple part. Taking the time to go through all the data is what requires the hard yards being put in. But, once you do, then you have a much better chance of winning money.

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Nicky Henderson hoping for Cheltenham Festival boost

It’s been a mixed week for trainer Nicky Henderson when it comes to his prospects of success at the Cheltenham Festival next March.

His 2013 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Bobs Worth put in a disappointing performance at Leopardstown on Sunday, but that blow was softened by the return to the racecourse of Sprinter Scare.

Henderson has already endured one setback this season when his 2014 Champion Hurdle runner-up My Tent Or Yours was ruled out for the entire campaign with a tendon injury.

He is also still waiting to get 2013 Arkle Trophy winner Simonsig back on the track. Simonsig has not run since that day due to a splint in his near-fore, but it is hoped he will be back in time for Cheltenham. Read more »

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Pick 6 Carryover GulfStream Park 12/31/2014

Hello out there my favorite horse racing handicappers! I hope you have a great 2014 and looking forward to an even better 2015 with the new year knocking on our door. I figured let’s go out with a bang going after a huge Pick 6 Carryover Gulfstream Park. This one is currently at $115,000 and will keep soaring until the pick 6 Carryover Gulfstream Park takes off on 12/31/2014. With this New Years Eve action we have some good lineups for the Pick 6 Carryover Gulfstream Park and we hope to put you on a good ticket to finish out the year. Here are our free selections for the Carryover at Gulfstream Park below: Read more »

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Mullins still holds handful of aces for Cheltenham Festival

Mullins still holds handful of aces for Cheltenham Festival

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At the start of the current National Hunt season champion Irish jumps trainer Willie Mullins had a stable full of stars, many of whom were favourite or vying for favouritism for the big races at the Cheltenham Festival in March. Halfway through the term there have been a few downs but many ups and the legendary County Carlow handler continues to hold a hatful of aces ahead of “the greatest show on turf”. Read more »

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Briar Hill worth considering as potential World Hurdle winner

Briar Hill worth considering as potential World Hurdle winner

If Briar Hill hadn’t fallen at the seventh flight shortly after the halfway stage of the Grade 1 Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival last March, and had gone on, as the market anticipated, to land the prestigious three-mile contest, the chances are he would have been close to vying for favouritism in the ante-post market for the 2015 World Hurdle, Read more »

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Friday Breeders Cup Picks 10/31/2014

FRIDAY BREEDERS CUP PICKS

JUVENILE TURF – Give me IMPERIA here. As with the other baby race today, I’m taking what I feel pretty certain is the best horse coming from New York. Imperia is out of Cocoa Beach, who in this country only found Zenyatta too tough in her time as one of the best distaffers in recent memory. Imperia rallied resolutely in his debut to miss narrowly, then improved nicely 2nd time out, running positively negative fractions while pulling away from winners in the Pilgrim Stakes. To me this appears to be a rather weak field, the Euros don’t thrill me, and on paper there will be pace for Imperia to close into. Read more »

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Hennessy Gold Cup

Hennessy Gold Cup

Open to horses aged four years and older, the Hennessy Gold Cup is one of the key races of the national hunt season and the 2014 renewal looks set to be as exciting as ever. Due to be run at Newbury Racecourse on Saturday 29th November, the 2014 Hennessy Gold Cup is set to feature 2012 winner Bobs Worth who will be bidding to put a disappointing run in the Cheltenham Gold Cup behind him where he could only finishing fifth when strongly fancied to repeat his win of twelve months prior. Nicky Henderson’s charge was sent off as the 6/4 favourite for the Cheltenham showpiece but he never really picked up when asked by jockey Barry Geraghty. The result was somewhat of a shock as the first three home in the Gold Cup were all available at double figure odds, and it may well be that the 2014 Cheltenham Gold Cup was just one of those races. The layers on Betfair are obviously willing to forgive the bad run from Bobs Worth as he’s currently on offer at odds of around 11/2 on the betting exchange. Bobs Worth will clearly be burdened with top weight, but his previous winning form at Newbury will stand him in good stead come race time. Read more »

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How to train a Race Horse

Horse Training Overview

Training horses takes a lot of time and commitment. Despite that, lots of people do it (or attempt to do it) each year. Here, we will talk about how horses are trained to race. Trainers have to consider a lot of factors about how to train their horse, which race would be best for their horse, and which races to enter, when. We will also talk about how trainers often prepare their horses for race day. We hope this article will help you to better understand what happens during horse training. Read more »

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