Horse Racing and Betting Advice for Winning Punters
I am a professional gambler who has been making significant money betting on horses for some years now.
Read through this site and you will learn some of my views and thoughts on how you can improve your own betting
Making long term profits from betting on horse racing is possible. The nature of the betting markets dictates that there will be many influences on available odds over and above the true chance the horse has of winning.
The key to success in betting is the ability to identify value bet situations where the odds available are greater than the true chance of winning and then to have the discipline to methodically bet only when these situations arise.
Do this then all the laws of mathematics and probability dictate that in the long term, you will make a profit.
In my experience the only way to identify value is through painstaking study of each individual race. Each race must be examined and analysed as a unique event. To effectively do this requires great experience and a thorough knowledge of the many factors that influence both the prediction of the likely
winner of the race and the betting market for the race.
I use many tools to aid my prediction including speed figures, long term horse racing statistics, knowledge of individual horse and trainer preferences, track knowledge with additional info feeds from various contacts. There is then the X factor which may be put down as gut instinct or more appropriately the benefit of years of experience.
I believe the key to my success as a punter has been the ability to go the extra mile in researching a race. In reality this boils down to a daily routine of blood sweat and tears and endless hours forming my prediction of the outcome.
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G Ward ( The Mathematician )