There are many ways to bet on horse races and so many ways to make money betting with a good horse racing system. Horse race betting using a system has proven to be very successful for many racing enthusiasts.
In my experience, Horse racing systems is an unusual for the promoters to tell you anything about how the system works. To find this out you have to hand your money over before “the magic secret” is revealed. More often than not this turns out to be neither magic nor a secret.
There are many systems out there that you can follow but you may find it more enjoyable to develop your own system. With any system the important thing is to take the long term view and on that score Prize Lay has performed very well. In the last 2 years it has produced an average monthly profit of over £1500 per month to a £100 level stake.
If you are realistic and do your homework, a good racing system can be a valuable asset, once you’ve learned how to use it. When I say how to use it, I mean, try it out on paper to see how it works at your track and also to see how well you understand it. It also means how well you and the system fit together.
The most consistent horse racing systems have to have the basics and a handicapper must understand the basics.
Here is a simple system which you might like to try. I would point out that no system can guarantee you success and you should “paper test” this system for a month or more. Never bet more money than you can afford to lose.
The origins of this system seem to have been lost in the mists of time but it is a simple way of rating runners in any horse race.
For the purposes of this system you only consider this season’s form and the horses last two races. You then award points to each horse in the race based on the following formula:
1st Place 5 points
2nd Place 3 points
3rd Place 2 points
4th Place 1 point
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