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Horse Racing Betting, A Beginners Guide (Part 2)


In part one we went over how to pick contending horses by looking at the jockey, trainer and then finished off by looking at the form of the horse. By looking at the factors we went over last time you should now have been able to select some winners.

In this article I'm going to give you a few more tips on how to select winners and give you a few more factors to look for to narrow down your potential selections

The first factor you need to look for is if any horses have already won a race on that course or at that distance. To do this you need to look at the right hand side of the horses name. The letters you will see will be a 'C' if the horse has won at the course before and a 'D' if the horse has won a race at the same distance. Sometimes you will see a 'CD' which means that the horse has won a race at the same distance which was at this course.This is very good as the potential selection has already won a very similar race and there is no reason why it can't win again.

One thing you must be careful about when looking at this is that the race may be of a higher class meaning that the selection is racing against better horses which lowers his chance of winning.

There is plenty more factors to take into account when selecting winning horses and when looking at horse racing betting to help you select winners.

Rob is making a living using his horse racing betting system and you can join him going to his site http://www.racing-systems-uk.com to learn more about horse racing systems


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