Ive been into horse racing a good number of years now however my betting wasnt always great .In the early years id be backing horses "blind" so to speak however given I cant work due to health I can now do proper form study and get value in handicap races sometimes you have to look beyond the favourite. Always willing to help people who havent time and my tips will always be put up. However as with everything in life you keep learning and thats the case with horse racing im learning everyday
What is value to punters in handicaps? Now some may say backing and tipping the favourite could be value in a handicap however think of the bigger fields. Would you keep backing favourites in them where you could get a 20/1 winner (or placer) and continue to make profit. That all depends on your type of betting of course but for myself I like to try and spot value as with a good few handicaps favourites can always go off at a false price.Now for me personally I like to do class 4 - class 6 races as you can almost certainly get value in them more especially the class 6 races where you won’t get an improving horse but you get ones that are well handicapped which I will go into later. Now apart from the all-weather you do get the big Festivals and the handicaps where they throw up some brilliant value and depending on who you bet with you can get the 1st 5 places.So here’s how I go about doing it and we will take the 3 forms of racing (flat, jumps and all-weather) into consideration. OLBG HORSE RACING TIPS
1- Start with the favourite and look at its form previous to its win last time (or placed effort).
2- Work your way from the outsider and put a line through the ones you don’t want till your left with about 3.
3- Stick to class 4 - class 6 on the flat and class 6 on the all-weather.
4- On the jumps make sure the horse can get the trip and act on the going.
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