Horse Racing Systems… That Work!

Hello and welcome to our site and our own services that will help you win at horse race betting.

It’s my intention to make this the top, most informative, most successful membership in the world of horse racing betting!

We’ve Got All Kinds of Great Information on This Site!

  • How to Tell if a Betting System Works - Before You Buy It
  • How to Bet and Win - the Secrets to Applying a Working Strategy so it Also Works for YOU!
  • The 2 % Elite Strategy - Only 2% of Betters Win.  How do YOU Make Sure YOU are one of the 2%

And as they always say “…much much more!” LOL – but it’s actually true!

Also, we will be providing our detailed reviews of winning systems and services, and we will be letting you know why we think they are so good.

Systems and Services on the Market

There are vast numbers of systems and services on the market currently. Some are good, but by far the majority are bad systems that have either been created from criteria that either makes no sense and or have been built to back profiling processes to artificially build a system that is apparently sensational, but in reality won’t remain profitable, and will make you really unhappy if you end up following them.

How Do You Know if a Horse Racing System is Good or Not?

Well, that’s probably the most important question!  Fortunately, you’ll find a link to a sure-fire way to discover exactly that – if a Horse Racing Betting System is good or bad – in the menu bar above or here.

In addition, there is a process to become successful in betting. In fact, having a winning proven system is only part of the process, and if you only had that, you would most likely end up quitting after a short period of betting.

So it’s vital to know what to do with a good system, once you have purchased one.  For that, you’ll need to know “How to Bet and Win” – which I have covered for you here.

Is it Possible to Make a Living at Betting?

98% of us betting folk lose at betting in the medium to long term. That is a staggering figure. So to determine how to win, or to learn that it is possible to make a living at betting, we have to take a look at the 2%.  These 2% are making a good income at betting, and consistently too.

The 2% keep their methods a secret – well most of them do, but we are going to make it know to you.  Because those 2% use an elite strategy that You can Copy – and Win!

  • How to Find Out if a System is Good or Bad before You Buy click here
  • The Secret Key to Winning Long Term at Betting That Only the 2% Elite Know click here

Come and Join us and let us help you become a winner!

In the meantime, if you are fairly new to the sport,  for further background information on Horse Racing itself, have a look at the menu items below!

Introduction to Horse Racing

There are a number of sports that include horses, and by far the most popular is horse racing. This ancient equestrian sport has had little change over the centuries, and involves the race between two or more jockeys racing over a distance. The winner is the one that crosses the finish line with the rider still on the horse in the shortest time.British horse racing is recognised as the ultimate and top level sport, and the industry alone employs thousands of people around the country, causing it to be one of the nation’s largest employers.

There are a number of different types of races and classes in Ireland and the UK. These include the following: –

Group bands of horses from Group 1 through to group 7 with group 1 being the highest standard and class of race.

Listed races are for horses that are lower standard than group class.

There are also different class of races, and Conditions Stakes are one such races, and is designed for horses lower than class A.

Classified Stakes horse races are for hoses with a maximum rating for those with the following successes: – They have had a minimum of 3 times, or they have had two runs and at least one of those races must have been a winner.

Rated Stakes are handicap races with high prize money where the horses have a 10 to 14lb weight range.

Handicap races are those where the handicapper in charge has determined that a horse must carry a determined weight so that all the horses chances of winning in the race are the same (theoretically). The higher the horses handicap rating, the better the horse, but also, the more it has to carry in weight.

A Maiden handicap is for 3year old (or more). These are horses that have run at least four times but have not won a race, and they will have a maximum rating of 70.

A Nursery handicap is for 2 year old horses only.

Maiden races are for horses that have never won a race.

A Rated Maiden race is for horses with a maximum rating that have run at least 3 races.

Novice races are for 2 year old horses that have not won more than two races.

Auction Maiden races are for 2 year old horses that have been originally sold by auction

Median Auction Maiden are not that common, but they are for 2 year old male horses (stallions) that were able to establish a median price for their yearlings.

Claiming races are where the horses are allocated a weight in accordance with the claiming price. If the horse has a low weight, it will mean that the claiming price will be low also. Any horse in the race can be claimed at the end of the race.

Selling races (or sellers) are for low class horses. The winners are usually put up for auction, although any of the horse can be purchased.

Amateur races are for amateur jockeys.

Apprentice races for apprentice jockeys.

Lady races are for female amateur jockeys and female apprentices.

Gentlemen races are just for male amateur jockeys.

That’s a reasonably comprehensive list!

Flat Racing

In the world of racing, flat races are by far the most common. With UK racing, these are the locations for the flat:-

Left Handed Tracks

AyrBath & Somerset County

Brighton

Catterick Bridge

Chepstow

Chester

Doncaster

Epsom Downs

Ffos Las

Great Yarmouth

Haydock Park

Lingfield Park

Newbury

Newcastle

Nottingham

Pontefract

Redcar

Southwell

Thirsk

Warwick

Wolverhampton

York

 Right Handed Tracks

Ascot

Beverley

Carlisle

Folkestone

Goodwood

Hamilton Park

Kempton Park

Leicester

Musselburgh

Newmarket (Rowley Mile Course)

Newmarket (July Course)

Ripon

Salisbury

Sandown Park

Windsor

 Track surfaces vary from course to course, but these are the various types you will find.

The first is Turf.  Turf is the common surface in the UK and also worldwide, with dirt being more common on North American tracks. Also, there are synthetic surfaces known as Tapeta and also Polytrack.

The distances run on these flat surfaces range from 5f (furlongs) to 2 miles 4f (two and a half miles)

Generally speaking, the shorter races are known as “sprints” and longer ones are referred to as either staying or routes (depending on which part of the world you are from.

Jump Racing

The types of jump races include Hurdles, Steeple Chases (or chases) and National Hunt. There is also the NHF which is National Hunt Flat.These races are not overly common compared to the jumps version which is called National Hunt.  Generally, horses need to get used to the larger obstacles, and they start with hurdles in the main and progress to the big jumps seen in steeplechases as the horses improve.

Horse Breeds

With the majority of horse races, the breeding is a crucial factor. In fact, it is not possible to enter a horse in a race if the breeding is not right. The sire (the father) and the dam (the mother) need to be pure bred.

There are a number of different breeds in racing, and these are as follows: –

Thoroughbred

Arabian

Quarter Horse

This completes our brief introduction and overview!  I hope you have found it useful!

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Chris Castell