Does this horse merit consideration? So this horse is shortlisted. Does this horse merit our consideration? So this horse is eliminated. After a little practise this will not take you long to do each day, as the list of Trainers and Courses does not contain every one available. We have only used the most successful ones that have proved to be the most rewarding to follow by using statistics compiled over many past seasons. Once you have your days shortlist of possible horses to consider, the selection procedure continues: 4.
Look at the horses last run, if it was 1st, 2nd or 3rd then keep this horse on your shortlist. If the horse was 4th, unplaced or, in the case of National Hunt racing, fell or failed to finish for whatever reason - that horse is eliminated.
What you are now left with is a shortlist of horses that are ready to win. They have been prepared by an acceptable Trainer, they are running in an acceptable race AND on an acceptable course. The only race that you are interested in is the days most valuable race from your shortlist. Look at the betting forecast for your selected race and note the forecast starting price of the shortlisted animals.
The one that will become your final selection is the horse that has "come in most in the betting as soon as the 2nd show is available. The reason we have to wait until now is because by this time those in the know will have been given the final "nod" from the trainer and the money that they are placing will be starting to be reflected in the price.
Unfortunately, this is the only way that we can accurately discover what their real plans are for the animal. Check through the days racing and note the first six Non-handicap races that are being run where the forecast favourite is priced between and Newmarket 2. This example uses 5. If, for example, you should win on the 3rd race, then the next three races would become the first three races of our next "Sequence of Six" races.
If there are no more races that day then continue over on to the next days race cards. If by any chance, and this is highly unlikely, you should go six races without a winner, then stop, and start again with your original bank. By adopting this policy you are strictly limiting any losses that you may incur while at the same time maximising any potential profits that will come your way.
All you need is a strike rate of just l-in-6, at a fairly decent price, to provide you with a nice healthy profit. Follow the guidelines detailed here and you will have a regular, constant supply of winners. But I would advise you that, wherever possible, to write the name of the horse down. All bookmakers hate regular winners, and more than anything els'e they hate regular winners that operate a successful system.
If they see someone YOU! As an added safeguard, try not to use one bookmaker all the time, move around a bit and make it more difficult for the bookie to spot you. By following these simple precautions you will be able to operate this system successfully for many years without being noticed. This ingenious system takes full advantage of one very valuable piece of information, to be found only In the Racing Post.
This shows which trainers have travelled the farthest distance from their home base to the meeting in question. The number of miles travelled is clearly indicated, and we are going to concentrate on those trainers who have travelled miles or more with just one horse. Here then is the simple procedure. STEP ONE: Make a shortlist of those races where a trainer has travelled at least miles with just one horse - these can be seen at a glance.
Eliminate from the shortlist any race where two or more trainers featured in Travellers Check with only one horse are entered in the same races. Occasionally, two trainers will travel a similar distance with the idea of winning the same race. Although we could, I suppose, split our stakes and back both, I prefer not to. We usually have several shortlisted races, so we can afford to be more selective. STEP TWO: Our next task is to list our shortlisted races in order of priority, according to the amount of prize money on offer to the winner of individual races.
Please note that the distance travelled has no further bearing on our final selection. That's to say, a trainer who has travelled miles with one horse receives no priority over a trainer travelling "only" miles. Therefore our days "Best Bet" can be defined as follows: The race where one trainer has travelled at least miles with just one horse for the least prize money.
Trainers travelling miles: Some days there will be no trainers who have travelled as far as miles, in which case we will need to lower our sights. First we make a shortlist exactly as stated earlier, but in this case the trainer must have travelled at least miles with just one horse and the most precise way to work out the days "Best Bet" is with the aid of a cheap pocket calculator. Let's suppose we have a shortlist of two trainers, each having travelled over miles with just one horse.
Trainer A is entered in a race worth 2, to the winner and has travelled a total of miles. Trainer B has travelled miles for a prize of 2, On most days the "Best Bet" will stand out from the rest without the aid of a calculator. But generally speaking - the lower the prize money, the more ludicrous the suggestion that the trainer will have gone to all the time, trouble and expense involved for nothing.
I've known trainers travel well over miles with only one horse for less than prize money - it wouldn't pay the bus fare! Obviously, the only way the trainer can make it pay is to have a substantial wager on his own horse, which brings me to another very important point: Not all of our selections will actually trying to win the race. We must bear in mind that the majority of our selection are coup horses, running at big starting prices.
Many will have deliberately lost their last three or four races in order to "bump up" the odds. If the trainer was to bet say, 10, EACH WAY on his own horse he would make 20, clear profit if the horse finished only third - perhaps ten times more than the prize money he would have received for winning!
Therefore, some days our "Best Bet" will be each way, on other days straight win, and where one draws the line between each way and straight win is really a matter of personal preference. There are those who would never consider an each way bet at such "low" odds, but I have always found this both logical and profitable. Plus there is a great advantage of breaking even on the day, should our selection only manage to squeeze in the frame.
It also ensures that there are no long-losing runs. We require no real staking system as such, as level stake profits are assured, but below I have included a staking table, which allows us to manage our level stakes to best effect: The essential thing to remember is that after choosing the appropriate Staking Line we stick with it. Suppose you wish to start with a total fortnightly bank of This will put you on Line 1. Your 25 is enough for 12 days betting at either 1 each way or 2 straight win, depending on the days S.
As soon as you have made 25 profit, you are able to graduate to Line 2 stakes. Let's suppose that it took you two average weeks to earn the 25 needed to graduate from Line 1 to Line 2. It would then only take one average week to obtain the 25 to graduate from Line 2 to Line 3, because now you have twice the stake money to do it with! To put it another way, to get from Line 1 to Line 2 we need to double our total bank. To get from Line 8 to Line 9 we need to add only about one tenth to our total bank.
Once the bank has reached it is back to Line 1, just adding a nought to all the figures on the chart, ie. After each loser we stay on the same stake. After each winner we add our total returns to the remainder of the bank and compare the amount to the figures in the right hand column to see if we have enough to graduate to another line. You are of course, free to add stakes or withdraw spending money after each winner as you choose.
Few of these win by accident and such winners are seldom a shock to their owners and trainers. I have yet to find a system capable of detecting all such horses, but this system will, at least detect some of them, and let's face it, one good "coup" a day is all we need. I have divulged to you some very sound principles, which will earn you consistent profits and which will last you a lifetime, but what I cannot give you is the "feel" or "gut instinct" for racing that can only come from experience.
If you are conscientious you will keep a brief record of all betting transactions. This will include the name of each horse, trainer, jockey and race meeting. Also the distance travelled, amount of prize money and of course, the result. In this way, you cannot fail to notice discernible patterns emerging.
Weed out the bad, concentrate on the good. Although "form" plays no active part in our assessment, it is a good idea to list each horse's form on your record sheet. I think you will be truly amazed to discover just how many horses lose three races, win one, lose three, then win another, with absolute consistency. In other words, once the individual trainer's "coup pattern" has been discovered, it is possible to spot a "coup" even when a horse is not a longest traveller!
Of course, each individual trainer has his own unique method of pulling-off such strikes, and listing each horse's form is the surest, and simplest way of spotting such coups. Follow my instructions blindly and you will still make very good profits, but the key to being a successful professional always lies in observation, never complacency. Initially with a say bank, your points would be worth 10 each. STEP 03 At the end of each month, if you wish, take 10 points out of the bank and put it to one side for your own use.
You may ignore this step if you want your betting bank to grow faster. STEP 04 Now recalculate your stakes as described in step 2 and continue from that point. As I said, this is a very simple investment programme, but it can work wonders in helping a modest bank soar to great heights.
Consider the following: You begin with a betting bank of Your total outlay on each Platinum Plan race at this stage is Your bank can therefore fund twenty Platinum Plan races with ease. I have said that, on average, The Platinum Plan generates between 5 and 20 points per week. You will soon discover this for yourself. Let's take a look.
All selections must be taken from the Daily Express. Some newspapers differ when giving betting forecasts for a race. All my research has been done using the Daily Express. If your paper gives exactly the same forecasts as the Daily Express then this is fine. The only races the plan uses are Handicaps for any age and any sex. These races are unreliable when using the plan.
Only use races with between runners. All horses on the same price as the fifth named are also marked down. These are the only horses that are used. This is the number thirteen in brackets in the example. The three lowest numbers are noted. Every horse that has one of these numbers is given a second mark. All horses having run 22 days ago or more are ignored. This will leave anything from one horse very rare to all the horses from part one.
This is the short list. In the example this is 0,meaning the horse was unplaced. All positions 7,8,9 count as 0. Now for the selection. If any horse came fifth last time out,then this is the selection. If none,any horse that came sixth last time out. If none,any horse that was unplaced last time out but won the previous race,as in the example. If none,any horse that came fourth last time out. If none,any horse that came third last time out. If none,any horse that came second last time out.
If still no qualifiers then there is no bet. No horse which won its last race is a bet If two horses tie on the same number,the one that run most recently is the selection. On the All Weather,1. Start the qualifier with fourth last time out,then fifth etc,not fifth then sixth etc 2.
If the selection carries 8 0,stones and pounds,as in the example,or less,then this is no bet. Select next best. The plan is based on common winning factors which are often repeated. Firstly,the five or so in the betting are the experts choice of which horses have the best chance of winning a race. Secondly,horses that have had a recent run,within three weeks,are still race fit. All trainers get their horses fit for a race,but there is nothing like a real race to tone a horse up. Finally horses that have come fifth,sixth or fourth in their last race,are getting close to winning but without any penalty for winning or getting placed.
Also backing horses with lesser form generally gives value in the betting market. Use it exactly as directed above. If you try to adjust it it wont work:If you have a couple of losers,please stick with it! During the turf season Ignore All Weather racing. Every horse above this price is backed each way.
Any newspaper may be used that gives the details of the last three outings of horses and includes a rating method of some type. Any ideas? In each race, the horse with the greatest number of points is the one to use. Use the horse with the most points from the races selected. Check the tipsters and if two experts have also gone for one horse than that is the selection. If still unable to reduce to one, use the horse with the highest rating in the race with lowest number of runners.
NOTE: To reduce to just one selection per day, use the horse in the race with the lowest number of runners from all non-handicap races. This is alluding to the fact that the cream always rises to the top, and that in this instance; the CREAM of the racehorses will always beat the average racehorse. So , let us get on quickly with the system to earn you a nice income. Filter out any race with 10 runners or more 2. Filter out any race with a class factor lower than Class D 3. Filter out any handicap race.
Filter out any race with 10 runners or more Single figure races should in theory prove less troublesome over say races with 30 runners, simply because the more horses, the harder it is to win. Also, if you have a wall of 9 horses in front of you with a furlong to go, there is not much hope. So, a small group of horses should be easier for the jockey to get his horse past those in front of him. Filter out any race with a class factor lower than Class D As we said earlier, the class factor is what this system depends on.
Group races 1. Listed Races. Grade Races. Class A. Class D,E,F,G,H races are for the lower ability animals, and also unreliable horses, which obviously, you do not want your money on. Also, and this is vital. The higher the Grade of race, the more the prize money. Im sure no one is nave enough these days to think that all horses turning up at every meeting are all trying to win.
They will only win when the connections want them to win. So, filter 2 is very important. We only want to bet on the decent prize money races. Filter out any handicap race Keeping on the cream theme, we want to back the best horses against horses of lower ability, simple enough. If it is a handicap, then the professional handicapper, who knows his job inside out, will try to make all the horses finish in a straight line, by adding weight to the jockeys saddle.
This is absolutely no use to us whatsoever, so no handicap races. We want the cream to rise to the top, with our money on it. Now we have filtered the race card, and we can see that only ONE race fits our criteria for betting selection 2. Click on the Time of the Race i. Click on the first horse in the race, in blue, after its number. This will bring up the horses individual form. This is what we are most interested in. Now we know that the race today is a Class B race, so we are looking for: a Whether the horse has had previous runs in a Class B race or Higher.
Never back a horse that is out of form. Ie Class E. Go down each of the runners in the race, noting or writing down the above. A clear picture will often emerge. Let us say that Horse Number 1 has ran in Class B on its last two outings, finishing 4th and 2nd. Horse Number 2 has won its last three outings, all Class E.
Horse number 1 would be the clear selection. He has performed creditably in the Grade, 4th and 2nd. Horse number 2 , although winning its last three races, has to leap 3 grades to win this, and that would be a difficult task. Horse number 3 is up to the Grade, but is out of form, and best watched until regaining some decent form. Now, press your back button on your browser until you get back to the individual race in question, and scroll down to the price forecast at the bottom of the page.
The market realises it is unlikely to win 8. Repeat this process, starting again with the filter process, for all of the race meetings for the day. You will then be left with a number of selections for the day. Now, because this is a class system, often, selections will be only on a Saturday, or on a major meeting like Ascot, Cheltenham, Chester etc, during the week.
No worry, you may get 3 or 4 selections on a Saturday. Finally, let us now see what we are going to do with our findings for the day. Looking at the example above, we have: Horse Number 1 , which we could punt on to win. This is Camp A The Backers. Horse Number 2 , which we could lay on to lose. This is Camp B The Layers. Selectively doing one or the other above, or both, according to vibes, conditions of the race, weather, jockey , trainer in form, etc. This is Camp C The discriminative punter.
The backers have only one chance. Their horse must win: It must beat the other 6 horses. The layers have 6 chances out of 7 to win. The backer has only 1 out of 7. So it is inevitable that only a percentage of your selections will win. It is therefore imperative that you have a sensible staking plan for the inevitable ups and downs of the backers life. This is the staking plan which I have used successfully over the years.
There are others, but I have only tested this one. We start with a bank of say, When the bank doubles , you double your stake. Keep careful daily records. Thats it. Now, years down the line, you are going to want to place per selection or more, so your local bookie is not going to want your custom.
I have added a section on online bookmakers with this CD. What I have done, personally, is to use 3 or 4 online bookmakers until they ban me, or more usual , restrict my amounts to some silly figure like 10 maximum per bet. Then close the account, draw out the money, and open another with a different bookmaker. There are new online bookmakers opening weekly, so you should not run out of them. This is a new phenonomen of recent times. You actually take on the role of the bookmaker through what is known as betting exchanges.
The bookmaker is taken out of the equation, although bookmakers do use these betting exchanges. Now because we have 6 out of 7 chances of winning, we have to give decent odds to people to entice them to bet with us and not the bookmaker. The procedure for this type of betting is this: 1. Register an account at Betfair at the link above. Deposit some money with Betfair. Scroll down the menus at the site, and select Todays horse racing.
Click the 2. Click the lay tab alongside horse no2 6. Follow Betfairs instructions, which show potential losses as well as gains. Now with this sort of bet, you can only win the amount that you want to people to back with you. For example.
So to win 20, you have to be prepared to lose 50 8. If Horse No2 does win, your account will be debited Example Below. Remember, we want the horse to lose here:. Like all things in life, the more you try your hand at new things, the more knowledge you gain, and the more discrimination you learn. After a year or two, or less, you may find that certain things work for you, certain things dont, and you can move on to more and more profit situations, and less loss situations.
An example may be: A certain trainer is on a roll at the moment: nearly everything coming out of the stable is trotting up. If this occurs, and this is one of your lays, it might be prudent to let this one go for today. Or: A freak downpour makes the going heavy at Sandown, and you notice that one of your selections runs all his best races on firm going. Let this one go. Keep your money in your pocket.
The more knowledge you have, combined with the Cream System, can make the difference between moderate success, and the extraordinary success of the few. This formula is designed to locate the best value betting proposition of any racing day, ie. Clearly, handicaps are the races in which a plan based on outsiders is most likely to succeed. They are more open than other kinds of races and winners and placed horses start at good odds. The difficulty of course is to locate viable bets at long prices when the basis of any good system must be form.
Well it is my belief that a combination of factors - one statistical and one form related, can in fact be used to pick out an outsider with a real chance each day. As far as statistics are concerned, a survey over a three year period demonstrated beyond all doubt that in flat handicaps horses near the top of the weights hold the best chance of success.
Class tells in racing, so they say and this is borne out by results in handicaps just as much as in other types of event. These percentages point to trends in the overall pattern of results that are just too pronounced to ignore. Whilst runners can and do come from lower down in the handicap, statistically they are most likely to stem from the group which heads the weights. As for form without which no system can hope to succeed, even one based on outsiders, it is a fact that many horses with sound win and placed form in recent runs do perform well, even though the market gives them only a slender chance of success.
For example any horse good enough to reach the first four in each of it's last three races must have some chance of reaching a place again and may even win, despite whatever odds are fixed by the betting ring. In the first instance it is necessary to analyse each handicap on the days cards from the point of view of weight. This is done by applying a sliding scale based on the number of runners in a race. It is logical that in a really big field we should examine a wider range of high weighted horses in a race with fewer runners.
Handicaps of ten or less contestants are ignored because starting prices are unlikely to be long enough for system purposes. The scale is as follows: More than 15 runners - consider the first six in the weights 13 or 14 runners - consider the first five in the weights 11 or 12 runners - consider the first four in the weights. Using this scale for every handicap race on any given day, list any horse which ran first, second, third or fourth in each of its last three public meetings and which figures in the specified weight range for the number of runners in it's race as above.
Most days you will have more than one possibility. If you prefer to just back one horse each day then select the Outstanding Outsider with the biggest forecast odds. This easy to use system will enable you to pinpoint a high percentage of winners in just a few minutes per day. This method has been applied only to turf racing,but may be suitable for use on all weather racing. For turf racing it has been applied to both handicap and non handicap racing but I feel this method will do better in non handicap races.
For each meeting in the Racing Post there is a selection box indicating the selections of 16 racing tipsters. Only consider horses that have been selected by at least 10 of these tipsters. Of these horses selected by the tipsters only consider horses that are rated top on Topspeed Ratings and on Postmark Ratings. They must be top rated for both of these rather than one or the other. NoteYou may get a situation where either Topspeed or Postmark make 2 or more horses joint top rated.
You only consider the joint top rated that are selected by Topspeed or Postmark-When looking at the actual ratings for each horse you may find that some of them are joint top rated. You can easily decide which of the joint top rated are selected by Topspeed or Postmark by looking at the selection box where the main selection for Topspeed or Postmark is given even when the ratings indicate a joint top rated. From the remaining selections you now only consider those horses that finished 1st 2nd 3rd in its last race which must have taken within the current season.
Any horse that remains is a Safe System selection. These are taken into account when counting the number of tipsters who have selected a horse. For instance if a horse is selected by 10 tipsters and 2 of these 10 are Topspeed and Postmark that is ok. If a horse is selected by 11 tipsters but not by neither Topspeed or Postmark then it does not Qualify as a bet.
Firstly make sure that ten tipsters have gone for a horse before checking to see if Topspeed or Postmark have selected it. Additional Selections-You may find a horse that qualifies under the above rules,but its last race was from the previous year. Generally speaking these are not Safe System bets however you can make an exception if the horse has run within the last 30 days under a different code.
For instance if a horse qualifies under all the rules but it has not had a current season run over fences but within the last 30 days it has run on the flat then this would be a system bet,providing it finished 1st 2nd or 3rd. Recap-Horses must be selected by at least 10 of the tipsters listed in the selection box of the Racing Post. It must have finished 1st 2nd or 3rd in its last race which must have taken place within the current season.
The strategy is based on high value, each-way bets. Effectively, using this method you will be backing on a week to week basis confident in the knowledge that most of the time your money will be returned, plus a small profit for your trouble, patiently waiting for the big price winners we all hope for.
The Specific Strategy does not incur any long losing runs. Here is how the plan operates. Firstly, we confine our betting to certain types of races, these being nonhandicap races with eight, or sometimes nine runners. During the jumps season, chases are preferable to hurdles, but don't exclude hurdles altogether as the plan is still profitable with these types of races. During the flat season do not ever use two-year-old races or sprints furlongs. This may seem to leave us very little to play with, but there will still be quite a few races of interest to us each week.
The next thing we look at in the suitable races, is the betting. You can use the morning forecasts in the papers, or wait for the markets to open proper. Look for races which the bookmakers rate as a "two horse race", ie. Find a race that fulfils all the criteria above and you have a bet! The horse to back each-way will be the third one in the betting.
This will be the horse that the form experts rate as the third best in the race. Because the odds set by the bookmakers represent each horses chances of winning not placing , backing the third best horse each-way is the finest value bet you can get in racing. It really is a loophole in the bookmakers way of working.
So much so that in races of the kind the strategy is concerned with, the on-course bookmakers are unlikely to accept each-way bets like these. They realise the danger of such bets. The offcourse bookmaking chains have to have a general policy and cannot adjust their betting practises for specific races. Now two notes of caution:. Firstly, when you are selecting the "third" horse to back in races with a twohorse book, always stick to using the third horse in the betting.
Don't be tempted to try to pick a bet from the remaining runners. A hard and fast selection method that does not allow room for emotions, hunches or personal judgement will always prove most profitable in the long run. Secondly, in eight runner races be careful that there are no withdrawals. In eight runner races a place counts as first, second or third, but if there is a withdrawal and less than eight horses start, then only first and second will count as places.
This is something to avoid. Good luck. The Daily Mirror is required to operate this system. If this leaves you with more than one race, reduce to one as follows. Always take a Flat race in preference to a National Hunt race. If still more than one race, take the one with the fewest runners. If still more than one, then take the one with the highest prize money.
If still equal, take the race with the highest priced forecast favourites. The selection is the SF horse. Rules: Bet any horse that is wearing blinkers for the first time in its career when the race also happens to be its handicap debut. For the purpose of this method, handicap debut is taken to mean the horse's first run in a handicap of the type in which it is entered today either flat, chase or hurdles. System doesn't apply to any other form of headgear.
Ignore races in which there is more than one qualifier. System applies to both flat and NH racing. System applies to UK races only. Logic: It is common practice for some trainers to run horses under less than optimum conditions in races which qualify them for a handicap mark. Having achieved a competitive rating for the horse the trainer is then faced with the task of taking advantage of it. He will attempt to do that by selecting the ideal conditions for his runner, in terms of track type, distance and ground.
It is a fact that blinkers, more often than not, work better on subsequent applications than they do the first time. However, on the occasions that they do enhance a performance on their first application the results can be spectacular. A generous rating for a handicap debut and an ideal set of conditions can further enhance the effect of first-time blinkers on the occasions that they do provide this spectacular improvement.
Introduction Precision Racing Systems - PJ1 is based on one of the more well known winner finding factors, that of beaten favourites. This may not at first sight seem an original idea, and you would think that it was unlikely to gain any sort of edge. This system comprises of slightly different rules for chase and hurdle races, although both types of races are utilized in the overall operation of PJ1.
Beaten Favourites. A horse that won its last race as favourite also meets this criteria, but is generally well backed and starts at considerably lesser odds than a beaten favourite In the case of hurdlers, the finishing positions in the qualifying last run does not seem to have any great effect on results. If the horse was favourite in its last race and the trainer runs him within 14 days, he obviously believes he is capable of going well again.
Due to the competitive nature of the type of race used, value is obtainable about selections despite their previous finishing position. In chase races, a marked value advantage was identified in selecting only horses that had finished 4th or worse in its last race. However, betting beaten favourites placed in the first three last time made a small loss, whereas the horses beaten into 4th place or worse realized a tidy profit when backed next time out.
These animals are not so attractive to the average punter, and start at better odds. The difference between the two types of horses, their finishing positions, and the pattern of winners and starting prices is not one that is easily explained. All I will say is that the pattern has been noted over the past two seasons and should not be ignored. Within 14 days By limiting qualifiers to those who were beaten favourites in the last 14 days, the selection has good recent form. As we will be concentrating on handicap chases and hurdles, getting a quick run in before the a horse is re-handicapped is obviously a factor.
Handicaps Only Initial tests were carried out on all types of races. A similar picture was found in the case of hurdlers. The only restriction is to avoid conditional jockeys races. It is hard enough to select a suitable horse, that will jump well, without worrying about the quality of the jockey.
Size of Field Testing backed up the theory that handicap races with 12 runners or less were more predictable as a betting medium. The number of fallers and errors made increases in proportion to the number of runners in a field. System Rules System operates from 1st November to 30 April. From your daily or racing paper, identify all handicap chases and hurdles with 12 or less declared runners.
Ignore conditional jockeys races For hurdle races, identify those runners that were beaten favourites last time out BF , and that had run within the last 14 days. Finishing position is any, including fell, pulled up etc. For chase races, the same rules apply, apart from the fact that the horse must have finished outside the first three on its last run, i.
Where there is more than one qualifier in a race, both or all selections are backed. I added various clauses such as distance, going and class in the previous race, and no difference was made to either the percentage of winners, or the profit made. Having tried numerous staking methods the differences to profits were minimal, and certainly not sufficient to warrant abandoning the safety of level stakes Here is a simple system that was printed 15years ago and it does throw up its fair share of winners.
You have to stick to the rules though. Do not bet Sellers or Claimer Races. Do not bet Amateurs or Ladies Races. Do not bet N H flat or Hunter Chases. Do not bet Apprentice or Condition races. Do not bet Novice Hurdles or Chases. Do not bet Races with less than 5 runners. Do not bet Races with more than 12 runners. Do not bet any horse that is not in the First 3 of the betting forecast. Do not bet any horse that has not had at least 2 Outings. Do not bet any horse not placed in first 3 in both its Races.
Do not bet any horse that is not a Distance Winner. Do not bet any horse that is not Top Rated by a Form Expert. If left with 2 Horses then No Bet. If used with Timeform it turns out a lot of winners but you have to wait on the runners. Remember, you must stick to the rules and don't be tempted to break them. Each qualifying race must be limited to between 4 to 8 runners.
If you are operating at the bookies simply watch the board for the latest prices. Once you have the latest prices on show our selection will be the outsider, yes that's quite right, the outsider! There is, you will be pleased to hear, a logical reason behind this, which I will now explain In small fields, no matter what the quality of the field is, regardless of whether or not it is a Flat race or "over the sticks", you will, with alarming frequency, get a falsely run race, with the end result being a three mile chase turns out to be a five furlong sprint!
And you can get some amazingly priced animals "trotting up". Well, you now have the means to be on them! Very few Handicap Hurdle races have less than 9 runners! Those that are less than 9 usually turn out to have just 4 or 5 runners and the prices are all pretty low, there rarely is a true"outsider" in these races and so they are best left completely alone.
The statistics that I have based this system on certainly do not warrant the inclusion of Handicap Hurdle races, and anyway, it works perfectly well without them. Because of the odds that we can expect with a winner from this system, you need only raise your bet occasionally when the circumstances dictate, and then simply as a means to cover your losses.
Odds 5 per point L Stake 1 point 5. Win 60,00 - It will work perfectly adequately using this staking method, but do feel at liberty to implement your own favourite staking plan. The advantage of using this one though is that it is safe, you will not drain your betting bank as you would if, for example, you simply doubled the stake after each bet.
But before you entertain such an idea ask yourself whether or not you would be capable ofputting on the outsider of six. The chances are that you wouad bottle out, and thenimagine how sick you would feel when it bolted in - this would happen at some stage, unless,that is, you have nerves of steel. The above staking plan is simple, but it is very, very effective. If you are at the point where you are about to increase your stake in order to cover your losses, delay placing your bet until the last possible moment, because the price of the outsider does tend to drift out just before the off.
You may have the situation where the outsider is and you are in the position where you are going to have to increase the stake to cover your losses, if you wait a little while you may find that the horse drifts out to , thereby eliminating the need to increase your stake. The key point is When there are two horses tied as outsiders, then back them both, the odds will permit this.
If there are more than 2 tied as outsider, which is very uncommon, so uncommon in fact that it is hardly worth mentioning, but I do attempt to cover every eventuality, in such an event NO. That is all there is to it, I have been using this system on a regular basis for ten years and yet it never fails to amaze me how consistent it is in providing me with big priced winners.
The Yankee Gold is a very simple plan but it can win a lot of money from horse racing. A notebook and your normal daily paper are required. Make a note of the trainer that wins each race when using the system for the first time it is best to start on Monday. When you find a trainer that has two winners in one day or two winners in two days days must be consecutive i. Providing they comply with the following conditions. Must have won a race in the current season.
If in a handicap there must not be more than 12 runners. If in a non-handicap there must not be more than 15 runners. Do not bet in Selling races. Do not bet in any race with less than 4 runners and don't bet if the system selection is quoted at odds-on in your paper. In handicaps don't bet on horses carrying a penalty larger than 3lbs.
NOTE: System Banker Bets are horses that comply with the above rules and that were either 1st or 2nd last time out and are quoted favourite in your paper's betting forecast. Back each horse to win you a fixed sum plus previous losing stake. Handicaps Only 3. Horse must be in first three of betting forecast preferably using the Racing Post. Horse must have been placed on at least one of its last two runs. Horse Must be amongst top three weights 6. Must be a course and Distance Winner.
The 7G in the system title comes from the seven golden rules detailed below. Always choose the principal meeting. Choose the non-handicap races from the meeting. From the races you have left, choose the forecast favourite with the shortest price. If there are two or more at this price, select the race with the smallest number of runners. If still tied, take the horse with the most recent win.
If still tied, select the horse owned by the leading owner in terms of prize money. If still joint, take the earliest race. Staking is in the sequence 10, 20, 40, 50, 50, 50, 50, etc. Bank required is points. The System is quite simple. As you glance through your paper looking for any horses with the form figures or 1 and 2 in their last three races make a note of any race with two qualifiers only.
You then back both horses in that race at level stakes. Thats the system pure and simple. Believe me you get some nice priced winners. Stakes 60 points, returns points. Not Bad. The aim of this system is to indicate winners using proven form principles. Form is without doubt, the only accurate method of establishing the true merits of individual racehorses. Without this method it would mean betting blind and the sport would be reduced to the level of bingo, where intelligent assessment counts for nothing.
However form can be a very misleading guide, especially if it is not properly understood, or used correctly. Indeed the biggest problem facing most backers is knowing which form is best. Thousands of races have been examined to find a statistical answer to this problem. This massive survey revealed how much importance should be attached to the various factors involved.
You now have in your hands, the most reliable forecasting process ever devised. The system was originally devised for Australian racing, so naturally a few changes had to be made to meet our different conditions. These were only minor alterations, the essential part still remains the same. Although good results can be obtained when the system is operated on virtually any race you like, records prove that races with the highest prize money are more suitable than others.
These provide a rock solid base, and make the system even more lucrative. Keep to the same paper daily for the best results. Look for a horse which won last time out current season only. No further considerations need to be taken. Remember only present season form is used at this stage.
If a system race has been split into two, or more parts, use only the first division. If there are NO horses which won last time out, or if there are two or more last time out winners, apply the following rules to find the selection. The horse with the highest total becomes the selection. Statistics prove that a horse's most recent run is a sound indication of it's ability, and the system is based around this fact.
Here we award points according to the position of the horse in it's last race. However a horse winning on a group 1 course, would usually be far superior to a group 4 winner. Therefore a class factor has been included and points are awarded as follows:. Remember only a horse's latest race is taken, but it does not matter if its during the current season or not.
A horse which was unplaced, fell or pulled up fails to gain any points here. A table of the racecourse groupings is given further on. A horse running again very soon after it's last race means it is fit and well, and therefore capable of running it's best form. The system takes advantage of this by awarding points as follows:. So a horse running say on Monday and running again on or before the following Monday would qualify.
Some horses run better at certain courses and over particular distances. So points are awarded when as follows:. It is a fact that more horses win at lower odds than those with big starting prices. Ideally it would be best if you could use the actual betting market just before the off. Unfortunately most people will find this inconvenient, so the alternative is to use the betting forecast from the newspaper.
It is important to use the same paper each day. Once the procedure has been completed on every horse in the system race just add up all the points to find the horse which has the highest total. If two or more horses tie at the top, do not bet.
So a horse who came 2nd last time out on a group 3 course and is running again within 7 days with less weight and is both a previous course and distance winner. Introduction Welcome to the Bismarcks Formula. This information is for your personal use only and by accessing this restricted area you agree to be bound by this condition.
Copyright infringement will not be tolerated. We offer no guarantees either implied or otherwise that the Formula will make you money. We stress from the outset that any form of gambling is a risk and you should only bet with money that you are prepared to lose. That said, let us begin The Basics The Bismarcks formula concentrates solely on selecting horses to lay in handicaps. The selection process we adopt is the integral part of the formula.
Like many things in life we have found from our research that the most simple approach is often the most fruitful. Providing you have a copy of the Racing Post or access to their website at racingpost. You then use the formula rules to lay the selected horses on a Betting Exchange.
We recommend Betfair. Formula Rules Races must be Handicaps and have 5 or more runners. The only horses we are interested in are the first and second favourites as defined by the live betting shows for each race. If you are unable to access live shows you should use the 2 horses with the shortest 'back' odds available with Betfair.
The selection will be the horse from this choice of 2 with the lowest 'best Topspeed rating'. Both horses must have a Topspeed rating or the race does not qualify. Examples appear below for illustration purposes. This will usually be after your first bet. The above is taken from the Racing Post website. The Topspeed figures are included in the information under the Spotlight Verdict and are in the middle of the 3 columns under the heading TS.
This example shows that Love Triangle has a Topspeed rating of 61 and Queenstown a rating of He finished a well beaten favourite. The example below shows the Topspeed information as it appears in the Racing Post daily newspaper.
The Topspeed figures to use are under the heading of 'Best'. Good Luck You are now ready to find your selections and place your bets. Hopefully, you can begin to make a steady and regular income from your horse racing. Don't be greedy. Settle for one winning bet and aim to do the same each and everyday. If your first bet is a loser, recover steadily race by race using level stakes. Use 'The Sporting Life' for this process. Note all races with less than 12 runners that have 'stopwatch' ratings.
All horses must have a rating, ignore races where a quarter or more horses do not have a rating. Make a note of the horse with the highest rating in each race, ignore races with more than 1 top rated. Now you have a list of potential bets. The strategies outlined below are proven strategies, most of which have been devised by our members.
The TPS ratings provide a solid strike rate and results are very consistent. This is a great starting base for any strategy! I have been 'dutching' the 1st and 2nd rated horse, starting with the first race of the day, here are the rules:. Usually there is a winner within the first few races which ensures us a guaranteed profit on the day.
For those of you who are not familiar with Dutching, then basically Dutching means to bet on more than 1 horse in the same race, then calculate your stake so that if any of your horses win, you make a profit! In our case, this Dutching strategy involves backing 2 horses in the same race, in fact its the TPS Ratings top 2 rated horses.
This Strategy is designed to play a sequence of bets until an overall profit is achieved, each time we encounter a losing bet the next stake in the staking plan is placed on the next Lay bet, continue increasing the stakes for each bet until the overall win in the sequence is achieved. You will very rarely ever need all these stakes but even if you need to go half way the actual loses in the sequence will be reduced by some winning in our case losing Lay Bets So far I have never been uncomfortable during even the worst runs I have experienced.
Once the overall gain is achieved the sequence stops and Ideally another begins at the starting stake and so on. In the case of the daily roster, finishing without concluding a winning sequence, continue the bets the next day or when ever you are able following on from where we finished on the staking plan.
The real benefit with this strategy is the longer the conclusion takes, the higher the stakes become, but because this is based on Lay betting the strike rate is reasonably high, which means the overall sequence deficit in an in-concluded run is considerably reduced by the frequent Lay's or loosing Bets along the way. Each time I achieve a concluded winning sequence, I share the profits between the working bank, which compounds the staking plan, and the reserve bank which builds up to provide us with additional 'INSURANCE' should we encounter any difficult runs.
This is the way I manage the strategy and is exactly reflected in the proofed results. But you can choose to skip any races where the 1st rated isnt declared. In addition you should set a daily profit target and if you hit it, stop regardless of where you are in the 90 min strategy. Subscribe to TPS here. James has spent a lot of time perfecting this strategy and his efforts have paid off with a very profitable system.
The information and advice offered is unbelievable!! It has taken the 5 months to now settle on a strategy that suits both my style of betting and profit targets. Therefore, my strategy begins the night before a days racing as soon as prices are posted on the Racing post website. I limit my betting to races containing 8 runners or less and quickly go through all cards to find them — this varies from 6 races a day to 12 on busy days later in the week. All race types except sellers and claimers are included.
I then use an old rating method that has previously served me well to rate the top horses in each race. The rating system is:. Score the horse for his last 3 runs — 5pts for a win, 3 pts for 2nd, 2 pts for a 3rd and 1pt for a 4th. To this I then allocate a score depending on the price of the horse at that given time. This scoring is as follows:. Once all races are covered I then wait until the morning to check my scores with Matts ratings and also Richards matched ratings.
If the same horse comes up as top rated then it is a selection. Pippin has had amazing success with this simple but effective strategy. If you are looking for a quick solution. NOTE: if there is more than one jockey or trainer with the same amount of wins, then go by highest percentage. If still the same, list them all. As the bank grows, so does the stake.
Plan 3 — Profit target — staking a certain amount on the first selection to win a specific amount, using loss recovery and stopping at a winner or after 5 losses. Avoid odds-on selections. Considered one of the most popular racing betting strategies, dutching is a process which ensures that even when you bet on several horses, you will make the same profit regardless of which horse ends up winning.
Although you may believe dutching is not worth the money, there is a reason behind the madness — the mathematical way of calculating can be highly efficient when wanting to bet a specific amount. Another horse racing betting strategy involves a more general method that can be applied to many betting opportunities. The goal is to maximise profits over time and there is a clever way to do so.
If your calculations are correct, then you have a good value bet. Of course, no horse racing betting system can guarantee complete success, but at least you will get the chance to improve your handicapping skills.
Horse racing has been around for generations and it can seem increasingly hard to make your mark in an oversaturated market. Having access to the horse racing rating systems can be hugely profitable and you can typically refer to either the official or speed ratings. However, the problem is identifying the most profitable horse racing system when bookmakers also have access to the same information. Contact Us. Welcome to the TPS strategies page!
Jason's Dutching Strategy I have been 'dutching' the 1st and 2nd rated horse, starting with the first race of the day, here are the rules: Set my daily target, i. Staking Plan is shown on the results page for this strategy.
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