Posts containing the tag Betting to win

Racing Trends at Haydock (8 September 2018)

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The Racing Horse offers more racing trends and betting advice for Haydock. Our results this year have been nothing short of superb and all the indications show our filtration process really works! Before we look at the trends for two Group races at Haydock we thought it prudent to look at the movers and … Continue reading

We expect to make a profit!

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The Racing Horse had another fabulous festival and once again helped members make a profit from their racing! Our trends and the betting advice based on them is the perfect starting point and genuinely believe our service is as good as anything comparable. The beauty of it from a members perspective is our passion … Continue reading

Mathematics, Patience and Emotional Resilience

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 The reality of betting was spelled out by the wonderful New England philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson who reminded us: “Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect.” Since the inception of The Racing Horse in June 2011 it has never used the word luck in the context of a winning … Continue reading

The Racing Horse Racing Index

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The Racing Horse has truly established itself as a trustworthy profit-making association. We launched in June 2011 so approach our fourth year in business in good spirits. We had five years of testing before that with www.geegeez.co.uk and www.horseracingsystemsuk.com Our regular Pacafi100 members are secure in the knowledge that we win money from betting … Continue reading

The Amygdala

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Emotion comes before thought Most of those who bet are aware that the activity of betting triggers several emotions and it is these emotions that can sometimes get the best of our better judgement. From the rush of excitement in spotting value in a bet until the time the result is known, emotions of … Continue reading