The Breeders Cup will be taking place in 2016 on November 4th and 5th. One of the prestigious races of course is the Breeders Cup Classic! This will feature the best of the best horses in the world who will meet to see who is the best. It’s been an exciting year of racing and these horses below all belong in this race to battle for the 2016 Breeders Cup Classic Champion. Click on the horse to find out extensive information on how they landed a spot in the Classic! Read more »Share on Facebook
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 »Share on Facebook
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.
How to bet on horses~ Do Bet on Horses to Win
These are good bets if you have a horse that looks good in the paddock and the past performance looks well. Bet the horse to win even if it is a small wager. You can do the exotics all day long but not cashing a ticket in can weigh on your mind so don’t stay away for a small wager on a great horse to win regardless of the odds. A simple even if it is 5 dollars to win you can still get your money back with a little bit and say cash this in.Share on Facebook
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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 »Share on Facebook
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 »Share on Facebook
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 »Share on Facebook
When you are handicapping maidens there are certain things to look for if you are looking to win. There is limited information with maiden horse races and even though they are passed by many handicappers this could be the gold flow for you. Here we break down exactly what to look for: Read more »Share on Facebook
Rule # 1.) – Bet Horses with in your comfort level
One question you should ask yourself is how much you could bet on a Horse race without getting nervous? So if you bet and lost a race you could easily go to the next one with a clear conscience. Read more »Share on Facebook
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 »Share on Facebook
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 »Share on Facebook
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 »Share on Facebook
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 »Share on Facebook
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!Share on Facebook
Many of us, especially those who have lived most of our lives in the city, might have not been able to attend to a single horse racing event that those people in the rural areas, or in places where there is a nearby racetrack enjoys. But those people who are familiar with how the event works truly enjoy the activity, especially if you put yourself under the condition that your bet might actually earn you tons of cash just by sitting and watching. There was a time before casinos and lotteries were legal, horse racing was the fad and number one amusement activity enjoyed by friends and family together. But if you are someone who enjoys sitting in front of your laptop while playing your favorite casino games online, someone who waits and plays for that big jackpot, you may play your favorite slots or roulettes at CasinoCanada.Online for a complete list of the available games.
You may want to get yourself involved in horse racing in one of these days, and this article could not have been written any sooner. Today, we will provide you with some of the basic things that you should know about horse racing whether you plan to go to a specific event or in your local racetrack. Knowing everything you should about horse racing will provide you with the knowledge to make a good bet and for you to enjoy the game.
But first, why does one need to go to horse racing events?
Hasty generalizations will tell us a long-held assumption that horse racing is only for our grandfathers or old people. If you are someone who is affected by this, you may want to read on.
Attending horse racing events will bring you an incredible experience. While gambling in casino and gambling in a horse track do not pose much obvious differences, horse racing is all about entertainment; it is about your experience as a viewer; it is about the small talks and the catching up with friends and family in an outdoor setting. Whether you lose money or win some, you will head back home smiling knowing that you have not wasted your time because you actually enjoyed the moment with the ones you truly care about.
If you and your family are planning to go out to have fun, a pro football or basketball game would easily cost you around $500 for food and tickets, and that is a lot of money. While in horse racing, admission tickets should be the least of your worries since they are usually free and the lowest bet you can make on each horse is $2. Know that you can also buy your food elsewhere, or better yet, bring your own home cooked meals and drinks. Sometimes, horse racing events make for a really good dating idea, too!
Kinds of Horse Racing Bets You Should be Familiar With
There are two kinds of wagers you can choose from when you want to bet on the ponies: exotic wagers and straight wagers. For someone who has no prior knowledge about horse racing, we will stick with the simpler straight wagers for they are cheap and simple. You should just choose one horse to come in the first place, second, and third. The lowest bet you can do at most racetracks for this type of wager is $2.
On the other hand, exotic wagers will give you the freedom to place multiple bets on different horses in a single wager. These are usually harder to win than the previous type of wagers because it would require an advance knowledge and skill in the way you qualify and choose your horse. And usually, they are more expensive, but would provide you with much greater payoffs than straight wagers.
Things to remember about straight wagers
Never forget that you can only place a bet on just one horse under straight wagers.
Win – You are placing a bet that your chosen horse will get to come in first. If your horse does finish first, you can collect. Yay!
Show – You are placing your bet that your chosen horse will either finish first place, second, or third. Since you are dividing your bets, you will then have a bigger chance at actually winning, but your payout is less than when you just bet on a single horse to finish first.
Place – You are placing your bet that your chosen horse will either finish first place or second place. Just like ‘show’ above, you are getting less payout for having hedged your bets.
What do I say to the person at the teller when placing my bet?
Now that you are familiar with what kind of wager should work for you as beginner, the time has come to finally place your bet.
If you are now in the teller, we recommend that you only use human tellers because those automatic machines usually have longer queues. There is also a chance that you would punch in a wrong button when placing your bet. Human tellers, on the other hand, are accurate, friendly, and fast than automatic machines.
Get your money ready because things may move faster than you expected at the counter. You certainly do not want to be the cause of delay just because you could not find your $2.
Here are the things that you should say to the teller.
- The race number and racetrack (if you will be betting on a race at a completely different track than you are actually at)
- The amount of the bet you would like to place
- Kind of bet you will be placing
- And your chosen horse’s program number
Horse racing is a fun activity to be enjoyed with friends and family. Do not forget to also set your budget so you do not go beyond your financial capabilities. This website provides you with all the information that you need to enjoy and excel at betting on horse racing. If you wish to leave a comment, please do so below. We would love to hear from you.Share on Facebook
Hey everyone this is Joe Kaufman with Horse-racingtips.com and thank you for visiting our website for your latest and greatest horse racing tips. I am going to cover a topic that is broad in nature but specific to what novice and even advanced handicappers look for when picking a winner. So this article is going to be about grabbing a program and handicapping a track a quickly then cashing in some tickets. When you use these strategies check outCheltenham bookmaker offers to make some educated wagers. Read more »Share on Facebook
If you have you ever wondered what all the races mean and where they come from we explain each Grade 1 race within the meeting in detail:
The Betfred Bowl is a National Hunt chase for horses upwards of 5 years old. It’s run on the first day of the Aintree Grand National meeting. Paul Nicholls is the most successful trainer for the race, putting together four wins so far with See More Business (2000), What a Friend (2010) and Silvinianco Conti (2014, 2015). Read more »Share on Facebook
Thistlecrack Favourite for Both World Hurdle & Gold Cup at Cheltenham
Despite having made a hugely successful start to life over fences at Chepstow recently, the fact that Colin Tizzard’s Thistlecrack was installed as the bookmaker’s favourite in the horse racing odds for next year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup still came as a surprise to some. However, with the 2016 World Hurdle winner also being the odds-on favourite to retain his title in March 2017, Tizzard is clearly keeping his options open for the famous eight-year-old. Although he was up against a relatively weak field at Chepstow, Thistlecrack looked more than comfortable over fences, with jockey Tom Scudamore barely breaking a sweat in guiding John Snook’s prized asset home to victory. Read more »Share on Facebook
Hello my fellow horse racing handicappers! I just wanted to post some success and I would love to have other people contribute to the site on any success that they have had in the past on this site as well since this is really meant to help each other out out with the topic of exactas.
Here are some past results below and this method continues to produce good winning tickets by picking a speed horse that is under the radar.Share on Facebook
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 »Share on Facebook