Making Money From Horse Racing Systems With This Easy Method
I used to spend hours going through horse racing form until I discovered that horse racing systems provided short cuts to winners. Now I get the racing paper and can easily pick out highlighted horses from methods that I know will give me a return.
The horse racing systems I am about to show you has picked me many big priced winners at prices of 16/1 33/1 25/1 and loads more at big odds.
The method works for both Flat and National hunt racing in the UK. To operate the system you must have discipline and not put your winnings on other horses.
You need daily access to the internet or buy a copy of the racing post every day that you want to bet.
The first thing you must do is check on the days racing in the race cards section. Once you are on the page for the meeting for example Cheltenham, you need to click on the Top Trainers section. This will tell you the strike rate percentage and the level stakes profit for each trainer at the course for the last 5 seasons.
What you need to do next to write down on a piece of paper the types of races that are listed on the page. With flat racing it will be 2yo/3yo/4yo. With National Hunt racing it will be Chases/Hurdles/National Hunt Flat. Then you will need to add a column to the left of these titles with a heading of Trainer.
Next we are looking to find the trainers with the best record at the track of the past 5 seasons.
When studying this you need to find the trainers with a strike rate percentage of higher than 20%.
Also check the numbers of winners to runners that the trainer has. Only add them to the table if they have had more than 4 winners from 20 races or 5 winners from 25 races etc.
The final thing to check is the level stakes profit. This is the total profit you would have had if you had backed all the trainers runners in that certain type of race to a 1 level stake.
To recap you are looking for a strike rate of over 20%, runs to win ratio better than 4 from 20 and the level stakes profit the higher the better.
Once you have completed the list then check out the races for the meeting you have selected. Scan your list of trainers names for any that match up to those on your table. If you come across one then you have a horse to back.
The staking plan I would use is to back any horse lower then 6/1 in price as a level stake win single. Any horse higher than 6/1 back the selection each way.
The method sounds a little complex at first but you will soon get used to it and see the winning potential.