If you’re into horse racing, your head’s probably spinning with hundreds upon hundreds of horse racing tips that will add money to your still somewhat voluminous bankroll. Well, you can go on ahead and fill your head up with odds, statistics, and information by the buckets. Don’t forget, though, that with practicality, comes sweet success.
One – This might sound somewhat sexist, but don’t bet on female horses – that is, fillies and mares. Take a look at horse racing records from the past few years and you’ll see that only geldings and colts ever win. This works on any kind of bet. Let history speak for itself.
Two –No matter how many times you call your horse race betting a ‘hobby’, it will always be gambling, no matter what. And because it is gambling, be very careful that you don’t make a habit out of it. You’ve heard the horror stories of gambling addicts, so don’t be one of them. Know that winning streaks will not last forever. You’ll always win some and lose some. Most of all, know where to draw the line. Quit while you’re still ahead.
Three – Of course, you like the idea of horse racing systems doing all the work for you. Who doesn’t? Before you invest everything you own in one system, however, remember that you won’t know if it will work for you until it does. Just because it worked for your friend, Bubba doesn’t mean it’ll work for you. Don’t plunge into a system blindly. Start with small stakes, and if the system proves promising, progress into bigger stakes. Doing otherwise is a disaster waiting to happen.
Four – Look before you leap. Rushing into races head on is definitely not a good idea. You’ll end up with an empty bank, if you’re not careful.
Five – Be the ultimate observer. Look carefully to spot any trends and patterns that could help you. You don’t want to miss anything that’s been right under your nose all along.
Six – If you are betting on horses online it´s very important to do a good research before you choose your online casino. Check for reviews, bonuses and what type of games they are offering. I usually place my bets via AllPro and I am very happy with them.
Indeed, when it comes to horse racing, it’s often wise to start with what’s painfully obvious, but easily ignored.