Horse betting is one of the most classical gambling ways there. It’s simple tbh but not that much simpler. I know these kinda questions do come into mind like what the hell can I do right now to get a more educated guess on the winning horse. Like how are you supposed to predict the outcomes?.
Well, I have explained some of the basics for the horse racing predictables which can help you. Don’t consider these an absolute. Consider these as a handy material to predict and yeah don’t bet the money you can not afford to loose.
Always remember, the information you collect can even go against your fever too sometimes. Life can be a bitch at the needy times even.
- Don’t generally assume the ideas. Like if you think the older horses would run slow and the younger ones would be running really fast then you might be fooling with yourself.
- Now let’s think for a moment what are the absolute factors that all the horses are going to face at the time of racing. You got weather on your mind?, well I did and that’s why I mentioned it here. How the weather impacts them? for this you have to collect some of the information. You have look at some of the past race and observe the behaviour of individual horses on the particular weather day. And at your betting day, bet on the horse that you know would rock at the present weather.
- Thought the fatty jockey would be too heavier for the horse?, well remember don’t generally assume that. The horse maybe comfy with heavy or light jockey and as a matter of fact, all of the jockeys are almost identical so don’t just bet because the Jockey is way too light.
- Consider checking the pedigree of the horses. Besure to remember them up as much as you can. After you have gathered all the relevant information keep in mind that a colt doesn’t need as much of a pedigree as a filly to run very fast.
- Don’t rely too much on pedigree at the lower class races. Here the situations can be reversal.
So, that finishes up my 5 basics for the horse betting. If you’ve got something to help, be sure to roll at the comment sections.