Let’s face it, making money with horse bet racing is tough. Trying to beat the bookies is a scam, they collect all of the betting money from punters, and then drop the odds off the map seconds before the race starts, leaving you and every other punter out there “hung out to dry”, even if you picked the winner. However, there are still so many proven ways to take consistent winnings with the proper horse betting racing system.

The truth is that 95% of all punters do not make any winnings consistently. This is not because they don’t want to win or are not putting enough effort into their selection processes, but more often than not, this is because the horse bet racing system they use themselves is weak or flawed.

There is a distinct horse betting formula which professional punters use to pull consistent, even full time incomes from horse bet racing. Betting secrets which professionals have spent years developing as well as hiding from the general public. I am going to provide you with a basic overview of the horse betting process and some tips to get you punting with success right off the bat.

1.) This you may find pretty standard, but if you don’t know anything about horse bet racing, or reading racing forms, follow closely. Start by looking at the daily racing form. These are available at the track, a newsstand, bookstore, or you can simply go to the internet. You are going to need to know some of the basics about reading the racing form because this can make all of the difference between a successful and unsuccessful horse betting run.

Reading the days racing form gives us an overview for all of the days events. Which horses will be running, which jockeys will be running, who is the favorite horse before the betting can begin, what time are the races scheduled, etc. Reading the racing form is a must if you are serious about making money through horse betting racing.

2.) You want to gauge each horse in the race field to get an idea of how they have been running in their past events, this is called a horses “form”. Take a look at their past 3 races, how has each horse competed? What place and time did they finish? The speed figures are listed in the racing form and you can then compare a horses average speed and position against other horses in the racing field.

Also, take a look at the distance of the last 3 races each horse has ran. How does the horses last race distances compare to the current days race? Think of it this way, lets say a horse has done well in their last 3 races at 800 meters, maybe even finishing in the money. Now, if the race that particular horse is running today is 1500 meters, we are going to have to be very careful in analyzing the other horses in the racing field. The change in race distance can be negative because the horse may be a better choice at its previously successful distances. So, just because a horse has done well in their last few showings, it does not mean they are ever guaranteed to win. These are just some basic questions you need to learn the answer to before placing any wagers.

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