Backing winners at the horse races needn’t be a painstaking exercise especially with the web making it much easier to research the shape than it wont to be. only one click on the horse’s name will mention its career record on any of the main racing sites. it’s here where you’ll find horses who are well placed to win compared to their recent starts. they’ll are dropped in grade or carrying less weight than in recent starts, or whatever. you’ll access this information in seconds. Here rather than telling you what you ought to do, i will be able to tell you’ve got I selected and backed a number of the winners as an example.
Ruby Row was a horse I backed first-up after a spell at Riccarton in March. She was entered for a 10k race which is that the first time she had been entered for a race worth but 20k. As a previous course and distance winner and with a superb record when coming off a layoff, I backed her and she or he won paying $6
She then raced against better company in her next three or four runs but back in May she was racing during a mid week event at Ashburton. I bet her again and she or he won paying $13
At Royal Ascot I backed Coronet in one among the Group three races. She had finished unplaced in both her starts during the present season in Group one company but was unbeaten in two starts as a two-year-old. In other words, she had never been beaten in races less than group one. Coronet duly won at 9/1
In July, one good priced winner I backed was Whatwedo at Wanganui. He had finished down the track at Hastings just five days earlier. That race was at 1400 metres and now he was back to his favourite distance of 1200 metres. Also he was racing on his favourite course this point where he had won twice previously. His past record at Hastings where he last raced was poor. Whatwedo won paying $13.50 but I got the first odds of 25/1 on him.
A promising horse in winning form is usually an honest bet and one such winner I backed was Rawmaterial at Riccarton. He had won three from eight starts, won his most up-to-date race, and wasn’t carrying more weight than at his last race. I backed him and he won at 8/1. There are many this sort of horses like this that win and that they aren’t hard to identify .
Backing winners at the races isn’t that tough to try to do if you recognize what you’re trying to find. it’s just a matter of spotting horses that are well placed under the conditions of the race or are obviously able to win.