The Racing Horse style of betting is at odds with the vast majority of bettors. Our strategy preference is for high strike rate, small losing runs and incremental gains under a long-term planned approach. We readily accept the word incremental is not sexy in betting parlance.
Our information is available for just pennies per day and reminds/assists those thought processes. Each bet advised is not a tip per se, it is a message to the member what our personal betting intentions are, and each bet comes with a common sense rationale that would easily be exposed if it were not pertinent/credible. The rationale is not new, obvious to some, common sense to others but still germane and represents the building blocks of the professional bettor. Note we do not use the word gambler - we do not gamble!
Every bet we have placed in the last 12 years is based on the mathematics, which in our opinion, totally governs racing. Numbers, percentages, competence and optimum conditions are everything and anything outside is deemed either an interference or an irrelevance. We carefully select our races where we believe we have both an edge and perceived value and for these reasons combined make us part of the 2% who win from sports betting and with zero risk to our betting bank.
During the break in racing we have tried to explain what we find important in a winning bet and a profitable strategy and hope to have been of some entertainment value at the very least. Our last 10 blogs post 30 March 2020 sets out our incantation.
Lastly, much of the above is basic stuff so apologies to those seasoned bettors, we do not mean to patronise but it is our belief that this ABC and 1-2-3-4 of betting has simply got lost. Ironically this is because there has never been so much information available and many are over-complicating a relatively simple process!
The Racing Horse takes this opportunity to thank those members who were supporting us up to the closure of racing on 17 March 2020 and we hope to be working with them again within the next week or so.