If you like horse racing as much as I do, there’s a pretty good chance that you might be interested in ways how you can increase your odds or winnings at the races. I got those tips from my good buddy Harold who is pretty much what you would consider a horse racing professional.
Basically, there are two ways how you can go about horse racing strategies.
The one would be to increase your winning odds. You can do this only when you have enough knowledge about each particular horse and jockey.
The professionals there, what they do is that normally would keep track of the horse’s history over a long period of time. In other words, those guys know about the approximate odds for each horse and jockey and how they might perform on a particular track. Obviously, this requires a lot of studying the horses until you can somewhat reliably calculate the chances for each and every horse.
The other way to go about would be to increase your winnings. The most simple way to do this would be test to bet on the outsiders and avoid everyone’s favourites when you bet. Of course this means that your winning chances might possibly be smaller, but then in case your horse would win you will get a much higher payout. The art here is to balance your potential winnings with the amount of money you bet and the approximate chants that the horse you are betting on could actually win.
You see that all those above racing tips are not really magic. All it needs is a good understanding of horse racing in the United Kingdom and some maths applied. If you don’t have the time and patience to study the horses you can also look into horse racing tips and strategies from a third party. Some of the professionals in the field share their experiences and tips.