Horse Racing Betting System – Designing a Simple System

Over the last 10 years it has produced a 48pt profit even at those low odds, and a 63% SR overall. The important thing, and with any betting, is that you write down every rule and follow it for at least 100 bets. Although when you do they are more profitable than non-handicap races.

Just to make sure we have one clear qualifier for our non-handicap race.

Geldings win the majority of races over fences, and are generally have the most consistent and reliable form.

Keith Driscoll has been a full time professional gambler since 1998, and offers free advice on staking & betting on his web site at http://www.win2win.co.uk Access to the forum is also free.

This article was posted on February 18, 2006

That is it. Being patient saves you money.. Horse Racing Betting System – Designing a Simple System

 by: Keith Driscoll

Rule 4: Horse age must be 6+

This is because in the UK, horses are not generally full wound up for jumping until they are at least 6, so those of a lower age have erratic results that do not prove profitable, so no use including them.

Rule 6: Must be a gelding.

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I know that the lower the odds the more likely it is to win, although the lower the odds the smaller the profit for a new bank.

So let us get down to starting a system eh? I?ll show you below how simple they are to put together, this example is profitable, so no reason why you can not follow it with a betting bank, but its yearly profits are not huge, but have a go at your own, always making sure that you understand way a rule works.

So you can see by this example, it does not profit every year, but long term it still shows a profit, and it is long term that any professional gambler will tell you is the only time span that matters.

This ensures that we do not include handicap races, which are more difficult to get profitable systems out of. It has had 3 losing years in that period, the worst being 5pts, but using the betting exchange prices, they would also have shown a profit.. If after 100 bets it is in profit, you can then give it a betting bank and start gambling.

?The NH High SR Non-Handicap Fav System?

Any softer than this and results can get a bit random.

(c) Win2Win Limited.

Rule 5: Horse must have finished 2nd or worse on its last run.

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The first 3 rules of any systems I quantify as the main system rules, they ensure we have the main set of qualifiers we are looking for. There are around 100 bets per year.

Rule 7: Going must be Good-Soft or better.

Rule 1: Non-Handicap races only.

Horses that won last time out usually go off at lower odds than they should, so an edge is taken away.

Rule 2: Forecast Favourite only (if joint VOID bet)

Putting together a system is not as difficult as it may sound, even for a beginner. Those rules after, I regard as filters to take out any facts I know are not profitable long term.

The system below is designed for National Hunt racing.

Rule 3: Forecast price must be odds on.

Starting an untested system with real money, and packing it in on its first losing run, putting it down as failed, will only cost you more and more money in the long term. You do not need to trade real money, paper trading is best at first

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