The fastest and easiest way to Handicap a Horse Race – a Quick Horse Racing System
Do you want to handicap a horse race, but do not have much time? Do you know the easiest way to handicap? Here's a quick horse racing system for fun. First of all, let's get a few things straight about horse racing handicap. It is risky and therefore, the more thought and time you put into it, the better your chances of picking winners. On the other hand, it is possible to spend as much time to watch a race As you become confused, and after a while, it seems that any horse could or should win.
Start with a good application of previous performances that you have purchased or printed from computer. Start by looking at the conditions of the race. You can eliminate all maiden races for two year olds. They are, in my opinion, a little too unpredictable and difficult to handicap.
Next, look to the right, where they tell you if the horse has won at distance and at the track. Circle any horse that has won at distance and at the track and on the surface. For example, if a horse is racing on a miles on turf course at Belmont Park, and you see that it has run at a mile and won at the distance on turf at Belmont, circle each one of these statistics.
Then look at the date of the horse's last race for each horse in the race, and the circle someone who drove Over the last 35 days. After settling the recency of the problem, check out the speed rating of each horse's last race and circle the top three. Finally, look at the morning line odds for each horse and circle the horses that are in the top four, in other words, those with the lowest morning line odds.
Start picking your challengers by looking at the horses who have won at a distance, surface, and track. If some of them also ran the last 35 days and has a speed rating that you circled, that's your game. If not, then go over the program again and only count the circles for each horse. The horse with the most circles are your efforts. In the case of a tie, go with the horse with the lowest morning line odds.
This simple horse racing system is not a money maker in the long run, and you should be aware that betting on horses is risky. But if you just want a quick way picking horses that are capable of winning and handicap the program without too much work, so this system will pick a lot of winners.
Enjoy the day at the races.
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If you want to learn how a horse owner and insider handicaps just go to http://williewins.homestead.com/truecb.html and get the truth. Bill Peterson is a former horse race owner and professional handicapper. To see all Bill’s horse racing material go to Horse Racing Handicapping, Bill’s handicapping store.