Do Horse Racing Betting Systems Work? by Martin Blacksheep

With How to ‘Place Bets’ on Favorites for a Living , you don’t need any prior horse betting or statistics knowledge. He lays the complete betting system out before you, why bet on favorites and why for a place? The answer… The word here is lucky, in the long run they will certainly lose money. Plus it takes only 10-20 minutes to use on any race day. Its safe, quick and easy… It is theoretically possible to make a consistent profit on investing in high priced non favorites at the track. Ok now don’t go all skeptical on me at this point.

If you want to be shown a step-by-step outline of exactly how you can use Ali’s betting system, How to ‘Place Bets’ on Favorites for a Living, to consistently earn an income from horse racing betting, then head on over to the website at http://www.horsebetpro.com

So the Horse racing betting system in a nutshell goes something like this:-

. Doing it this way is going to take you 18 hours a day of research just to figure out which horses may produce the goods. Its simply a matter of consistently following the betting system.

Let me assure you that the betting system is written in plain English and it’s easy enough for a 11 year old to use. Few betting systems deliver on what they promise. I’ve been ripped off before with horse racing betting systems so I understand exactly where you’re coming from. However investing on certain favorites that have passed a set of Ali’s betting system rules will definitely set the odds in your favor in a very big way!

There are lots of so called Horse Racing betting systems out there. Occasionally they will get lucky and succeed. This is a betting system that really delivers.

Horse Racing Betting Systems – Do they Work?

First off all let me clarify something, when he talks about making money from horse racing betting, he’s not talking about a few freak or lucky wins in a month. For a betting system, believe me, that’s pretty revolutionary!

He answers the questions of why place betting on favorites is simply the quickest way to profit from horse racing betting. Most never even try a betting system, something which is essential to actually make a consistent profit on horse betting.

Ali’ betting system can be applied to any gallop horse race in the world. Its already been extensively used in America, Hong Kong, Canada, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, UK and most of Europe for over 13 years by thousands of people. Don’t get me wrong.

Everyone knows that the favorites have a high chance of winning a race right? What Ali’s system does is to select only certain types of favorites that have even a much higher chances of winning. What he’s referring to is consistently profiting week after week and year after year from punting. I can say in all honesty that as a former frustrated punter it is well worth the time checking out this information. The majority of punters that lose money on horse racing try to make big sums of money from just a few dollars. it’s so easy that at times it feels almost unfair. The guy shows you how he maintained a win strike rate of 89.52% and a place strike rate of 96.35% using his own betting system.

He then put these horses through a set of betting system simple rules to eliminate any risks they may be carrying. The twist is, you don’t even bet for a win! By betting for a place only you dramatically increase the odds in your favor. When you bet on well priced non-favorites, you are effectively betting against the odds. Does anyone really have the spare time to do this consistently? Call me lazy but why make things hard for yourself betting on hard to pick non favorites when you can very, very easily profit from the favorites!

I recently came across Mohammed Ali’s Betting system, How to ‘Place Bets’ on Favorites for a Living. In the limited space I have available in this article there’s no way I can fully convince you about how much you can learn from this guys betting system. What you end up with is a set of very secure favorites that have an extremely high chance of winning. Also why place betting on favorites is the safest and easiest way to profit from horse racing betting. You’ve sent away for stuff that never quite reached you, or you bought something and it didn’t live up to its expectations

How to Bet the Kentucky Derby: A Beginner’s Guide

Good luck racing fans!

Like all sports, horse racing has its own language that can be confusing to casual watchers. It looks something like this: Vicar’s In Trouble (20-1).

Horses with a high first number (like 20-1 or 50-1) are considered unlikely to win the race. If you’re not going to be in Louisville for the big day, you can head to your local racetrack or off-track betting outlet and place a bet there.

Now it’s off to the races. That number shows what the odds are that the horse will win. Like it’s name implies, the superfecta pays out big bucks if you manage to get it right.

You’ve got your mint julep and your fancy hat ready for the Kentucky Derby, but are you ready to place your bet on the horse you think will win?

Here’s our guide to making sense of the Run for the Roses.

Picking a Horse

There are 20 horses in the field for the Kentucky Derby, though as of now only 19 will be running Saturday (#11 Hopportunity was “scratched.”) All the horses are 3-year-old male thoroughbreds, which means they’re young horses with lots of talent that is still developing and not a ton of experience.

Many casual bettors will pick a horse based on name or looks, but there are better ways to judge the odds for whether a horse has a shot at winning. Therefore, betting on him won’t yield a big payout. Or you can bet that he will “show,” — that is, come in first, second, or third. Say, “I’ll bet $2 on (horse’s name or number) to win.”

If you’re done with the beginner stage of betting, you can up your odds of winning by doing more complicated bets that yield bigger payouts: exactas, trifectas, and superfectas. He’s dominated all the races he’s run so far and all eyes will be on him. If you’re in it for the thrill of victory alone (and not the money), he’s a good bet.

Betting on Your Picks: “I’ll take $2 to win on the four horse, please.”

In horse racing, you need to bet on what place the horse will come in. The Kentucky Derby is one and a quarter miles long, longer than any race these horses have run before, so the winner will need stamina.

Odds and Favorites

When you look at a race form there will be a number in parentheses after each horse’s name. What’s a superfecta anyway, and how do you bet one?. You can place your bet anytime up until about 20 minutes before the race goes off at 6:24 p.m. Saturday. Horses with lower first number (10 and down) are considered top contenders.

Betting on a horse with good odds will not pay out much money if they win. Conversely, betting on a horse with bad odds will pay out a lot of money if they do win. The words “first, second, and third,” are replaced by “win, place, and show.” If you think your horse is pretty good but not going to come in first, you can bet that he will “place,” — that is, come in first or second. Here’s a quick guide:

Exacta: You pick the two horses you think will come in first and second, in that order.

Trifecta: Pick the three horses you think will come in first, second, and third – in the right order.

Superfecta: You guessed it. For a superfecta you pick the top four finishers in the right order. You’re trying to hit the sweet spot: a horse with okay odds who you think has a shot at winning.

The favorite going into this weekend is California Chrome, with 5-2 odds. Give that a good look to see who’s done well recently.

Look for a horse that has won most of his races by a good length. A horse that goes into the race with 50-1 odds but comes in first place will pay out the most money to the bettor. If your horse comes in any of those positions, you’ll get money.

If you’re sure you’ve got the winner and you only want to place a simple bet for him to come in first, go ahead and bet your money that way. Each horse will have a record of recent races he’s run, what place he finished, and how far ahead of the other horses he was

The 10 Greatest Race Horses of All Time

There’s fast, faster, and Dr. Those who argue that many non-American horses deserve inclusion will get no argument from me. The only gelding on the list, “Mighty” Kelso, as he was inevitably described, was named Horse of the Year an incredible five times from 1960-1964, a feat that will surely never be matched. Undefeated as a 2-year-old, Triple Crown winner at 3. Brilliant, precocious, altogether the greatest horse of the 1990s (only Cigar can rival him). His Kentucky Derby win, which came despite being rushed to the lead by Jean Cruguet after an awkward start, may be the greatest ever. The only filly, the only foreign-bred, and the only turf horse on this list, which says something about her greatness. I’ve tried to include the very best of the best without regard to gender or racing surface. Man o’ War was the first great race horse to really capture the public’s imagination and raise horse racing in the public consciousness. Pity poor Sham, an outstanding racehorse in his own right, who was a game second in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness before being annihilated with all the rest in Secretariat’s incomparable Belmont Stakes win, during which he set a world record for 12 furlongs that still stands to this day.

Man o’ War – 20 wins from 21 starts. The greatest of the great, his triple crown campaign, during which he set official track records at Churchill Downs and Belmont Park, and an unofficial track record at Pimlico, will never be exceeded or even matched. Fager. Champion two and three-year old. Only a narrow loss to Dark Star after a rough trip in the 1953 Kentucky Derby blemishes an otherwise perfect career

Dr. His lone loss, ironically to a horse named Upset, came during his 2-year-old season in the 1919 but hardly mars an otherwise dominating career. Twice named champion sprinter, and once Horse of the Year, he was among the best from 7 furlongs to 1 1/4 miles.

Miesque – 14 wins from 18 starts. Beat Spectacular Bid in their only meeting, but was beaten handily by Seattle Slew in their two races.

Needless to say, this list represents one man’s subjective opinions as to the greatest of all time, and the horses represented here are only those who have raced on American soil. 15 of her 16 starts came in Group 1 or Grade 1 races, but her crowning achievement is surely her back to back victories in the Breeders Cup Mile, both in utterly dominant style.

Holy Bull – 13 wins from 16 starts. Crushed Affirmed in their two meetings a Belmont Park in the fall of 1978.

Spectacular Bid – 26 wins from 30 starts. Only denied a Triple Crown by a poorly judged ride in the Belmont Stakes by Ron Franklin. Great fillies like Personal Ensign and Ruffian did not make the list simply because I don’t think that on their best day they could beat any of the horses on this list on their best days (see also my article about Rachel Alexandra, about whom I would say the same.) Without further ado, the 10 Greatest Race Horses of All Time:. His heart and intelligence combined with speed and stamina to make him one of the all time great champions. Fager – 18 wins from 22 starts. A threat to break the track record every time he stepped on the racetrack, his astonishing 1:57.4 in the 1980 Strub still stands as the record for 10 furlongs at Santa Anita

Kelso – 39 wins from 63 starts.

Secretariat – 16 wins from 21 starts.

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Honorable Mentions: Sunday Silence, Easy Goer, Buckpasser, Ghostzapper, Count Fleet, War Admiral, Seabiscuit, Damascus, Cigar, Personal Ensign, Ruffian, Risen Star, John Henry, Swaps. He might rank higher on this list if not for an unaccountably disastrous performance as the 2-1 favorite in the 1994 Kentucky Derby. His Triple Crown battles with Alydar will never by forgotten.

Affirmed – 22 wins from 29 starts.

Seattle Slew – 14 wins from 17 starts. Perhaps not as consistent as others on this list, but his durability and willingness to take on all comers more than compensates.

Native Dancer – 21 wins from 22 starts