For staking I look at the amount I want to win and adjust my stake accordingly. But then that's where we all look for value! Any Daily newspaper with a Horse-Racing section will suffice, you do not need one of the specialist Racing papers to successfully operate this system.
You can pinpoint the most likely races that you will be interested in quite quickly by looking through the betting forecast in the racing pages. Make a note of any forecast favourite in the to region. These, and only these, are the horses that we are interested in. When the market opens on our chosen race, watch how the favourite reacts, if it "drifts" out to or more immediately eliminate that race.
We are no longer interested in having a bet. However, if the price of our horse, the forecast favourite, begins to "harden", then keep a very close eye on it because, if all the following rules are met to our satisfaction, we could decide to have a bet on it. Wait as long as possible before placing your bet. If the price drifts out, ignore it for betting purposes. Just watch and see what happens, the chances are it will lose. If the price hardens to a MINIMUM of , then this is the one to be on, this is why you must hold back from placing your bet for as long as possible.
But you must be patient and only bet when the circumstances, and therefore the price, is acceptable for you to do so. Better than evens on a horse when it is as strongly fancied as this represents excellent value, even as low as can give a healthy return because you will have a very high percentage of winners.
However, lower than offers appalling value for money under any circumstances, so exercise discretion and wait for another race when ALL the signals are in your favour and you can get the value you want. THE JAMESON SYSTEM is specifically designed for use with Handicap Races, and as such it is not a system which will provide you with a bet every day, or perhaps not even every week for long periods of time for that matter, but it is certainly worth keeping to hand because when it does provide you with a selection then you will have a very good chance indeed of collecting. It works for both Flat and National Hunt Racing so if you exercise just a little bit of patience it will soon be second nature for you to operate it throughout the year.
If you are a regular punter the chances are that you watch many races, either on track, at home on TV or on SIS at the bookmakers. How many times have you been watching the finish of a race and said to yourself: "Ah! Old so-and-so is finishing strongly, it looks like he is ready to win a race, P11 back him next time out. Let me elaborate a little So when you see a horse like old "so-and-so" running on strongly at the finish, it is, as you correctly assume, a good indication that he is running into form and is worth keeping a very close eye on. But we must do this for more than just one race.
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Remember, anything can happen in a horse race, no matter how meticulously an animal is prepared to land a race, that horse can be badly drawn, it can be going for a gap when it closes and effectively ends it's challenge, thejockey can simply fall offi Anything can, and frequently does, happen to prevent a well prepared horse from winning its target race.
However, if you continue to follow that horse, for a limited period of course, it will land its desired win and you will be handsomely rewarded for your faith. It is worthwhile remembering also that time and time again, a badly hampered horse will, somehow, manage to battle its way through to a place. It is virtually certain that you will at the very least recoup your stake if he only manages a place, but he will almost certainly win one of those three races AND at an attractive price which will show you a very healthy profit overall.
You must always remember that these horses are being prepared to win a specific target race or to land a pre-planned gamble, and if everything goes to plan and they do manage to win first or second time out, then the chances are that they are going to be eased off until preparations are ready for them to go and attempt to win their next target race.
This method of selecting horses is extremely easy to use and will take up only one or two minutes of your time each day. The method eliminates all races of a highly competitive nature and selects only those horses that have good recent form and the ability to repeat it. The method uses "The Sporting Life" although you needn't buy the paper if you don't want to because all the relevant information is on the pages placed on the walls of all betting shops. Here then, is the method:. Select all non-handicap races with fields of up to and including 12 declared runners.
Eliminate Amateur, Apprentice and Ladies races. Check any horse that won last time out to see if it is tipped by "Form" of "The Sporting Life" and if it is, then that a selection provided it is forecast at odds against in the betting forecast not odds on or evens. You will find Form's tips for each race in the box at the top of the page near the race card. When placing your bet write, "Odds on or evens, no bet" on your slip and this will automatically eliminate odds on and evens bets and ensure all your selections are priced at odds against.
The method may also be used with ordinary newspapers. I advise you to use either the "Daily Mirror" or the "Daily Express". The same rules apply except instead of using "Form" of the Life, the black spot form horse is used instead. Both these papers have a spot form rating and both have proved to be profitable with the method. All selections must be current season last time out winners.
You must only use the Racing Post for this method. No other paper will do. If you follow the rules closely you will end up with one selection sometimes two. Mark down all the horses that are running who have consistent form, horses that have finished in the first three in each of their last three races. The horses in question must have these form figures to qualify. Next you have to eliminate horses to get down to one horse. Eliminate all horses that are not rated in the topspeed ratings. These can be found underneath each race.
There is usually a maximum of three. Next you eliminate all horses that are not forecast favourite by the Racing Post. If you are left with one horse then this is the days selection. If you are left with more than one horse then the selection should be the horse quoted at the shortest price in the Racing Post forecast. If two horses or more are quoted at the same price then all horses are to be backed. If, when you have eliminated all the horses that are not forecast favourite, you end up with no horses left, you move on to the next rule. Obviously with not having a selection from the first rule then this rule must be brought into operation.
All the horses that qualified through topspped ratings will requalify. Next eliminate all horses who are not quoted second favourite in the Racing Post forecast. Once again if you are left with one horse then this is the selection. If you are left with two or more selections then there is no bet for that day. If no horse qualifies under both rules then there is no bet for that day. What you are backing is a horse who has shown consistent form and returned good times. So the horse when running against others must have a first rate chance.
Can it be because fewer favourites win Handicaps than so-called normal races. Perhaps that may have something to do with it. To successfully operate this system you will need one of the specialist Racing papers, either the Sporting Life or The Racing Post, the betting forecast in an ordinary Daily newspaper will not be accurate enough for our needs.
All examples, trials and statistics studied have been obtained by using the above named papers. We are having a serious attempt at making Handicap races pay here, and pay for US, not the Bookmaker. I admit, it is a terrific sight, but our primary aim here is to WIN, so dont bet on those races, just sit back and enjoy watching the spectacle. The next thing that we must now do is eliminate nearly all of the other Handicap races as well! In fact any Handicap race with more than SIX runners we are definitely not interested in! Nor are we interested in fields of LESS than six runners, but for a different reason.
With less than six runners in a race you simply will not get any value for money. If there are not any that day, then quite simply there is no bet. If there is more than one qualifying race, use the selection procedure and back them both if the race is run at different times. If, by some unfortunate coincidence, the races are at the same time, select the race with the highest prize money.
The majority of six runner handicap races are won by the first second or third horse in the betting forecast. This is a statistically proven fact, we know that the winner will, with incredible regularity, come from one of these three. But which one? You are probably thinking to yourself right now: "With my luck, even by narrowing it down like this, I am still bound to pick the wrong one! Because he is the better Price Statistically it has just as much chance of winning as the first and second forecast favourites, precisely the same, no more no less, so by selecting the third forecast favourite we are consistently going to get the best price and so, over a sustained period of time, it is CERTAIN to pay off.
In fact, you can expect an average price of for the third forecast favourite. However, this system gives you one other bonus as well that really makes it pay big for you. So if we could develop an effective staking plan to go with this, we could have a very worthwhile proposition indeed. It is mentioned above that there was a run of eight consecutive losses, it should be stressed though that this was not, by any means, the norm, in fact it was such a rare occurrence that it is perfectly possible to show a healthy profit simply by using level stakes.
You will see from the staking method that we allow for a run of ten losses, even though the maximum ever reached was eight, this is merely a precautionary measure, it is doubtful it will ever be needed. Do not be tempted to gamble on more, or less, than six runner Handicaps just because you cannot find a qualifying race for a few days. This system is tried and tested on six runner Handicaps, if you stick to the guidelines you will make consistent long term profits, and surely that is what you desire, isnt it?
The Henderson Handicap System concentrates solely on Handicap races. It will operate just as successfully for the National Hunt season as the Flat season, so you can now enjoy making profits right throughout the year. You do not need a specialist Racing paper to operate it, an ordinary Daily newspaper with a Horse racing section will be adequate for your needs. The Henderson Handicap System seeks to search out the quality horse in a Handicap race. As far as Handicaps are concerned, it is general knowledge that the better a horse has been performing, the the more weight it has to carry. So therefore the better horses in a Handicap should be those with the most weight to carry.
But statistics prove that simply by blindly backing the top weight in Handicap races will not provide you with profits over a long period of time. The Henderson Handicap System will, however, show you just how to separate the top weights that are the genuine class animals, from the top weights that are just one of the bunch. It is a fact, and one maybe not everyone is aware of, that there are some horses that run in Handicaps that are so far ahead of the rest of the animals in the race that even by being saddled with a thundering great weight, it will not stop them from winning.
It is these horses that we are seeking, and The Henderson Handicap System will provide them for you.
Selection Method 1. Go through the racecard of each meeting for that day, make a note of every Handicap race. Repeat this procedure for every Handicap race of the day. In the unlikely event of two races producing the same result, select the race with the closest to 8 runners. If there is still a tie, select the race with the most prize money. This horse then is the system selection and is the one bet of the day. You will get some tremendous value animals running for you by using The Henderson Handicap System.
SUMMARY Remember, the horse that the system selects for you is the class animal in the race, otherwise they would not be carrying top weight. By restricting our selections to those with the biggest weight difference, we are surely putting our money on the horse which is that much more superior to even its nearest rival.
This system is for use only during the Flat season. You are going to have to produce, and maintain, two tables. Table 1 will contain all horses which win any non-handicap races - with the exception of Selling, Apprentice and Ladies races - by a minimum of three lengths. Once a horse has qualified for Table 1, you patiently wait for his next outing. However, if he finishes more than two lengths behind the winner you enter the winner of that race in Table 2, also note the date. In races like this it is normally safe to assume that the horse finishing second is the better animal.
You do not have to actually see the race to discover these facts, simply examine the race report and look for the distances separating the first three past the post. The horses that we place in Table 2 are the ones that we are interested in backing. In the normal course of events, back each horse to win, but on the occassions when the odds do appear to be generous, i.
Many punters like to follow their favourite jockey, but even a cursory glance at the jockeys table shows that very, very few jockeys show a level stake profit on their mounts. So clearly, in order to succeed, a system backing a jockey needs to be linked with some other sound basis of selection, the most obvious being the form of the horses that the jockey will be riding. This will only work at one meeting at a time so, if you are not actually at the track, it is suggested that you concentrate on the days Principle meeting.
Go through the entire race programme and note the jockey who is riding the most horses which were winners last time out. This is the jockey that you will be following today. In the event of more than one jockey tying for selection, you will select the jockey who is currently the highest in the jockeys championship table at the present time. You may place a bet at the Bookmakers on each of the jockeys mounts as per the following example.
Dettori s mount 4. Dettoris mount 5. You must put your selected jockey down for ALL the races on the programme, even if he is not down to ride in one or more races. If he does not ride then there is no loss, but if, for example, he was not down to ride in the 4.
So play safe and put your jockey down for each race. Of course, if you are at the track, or even in the Bookmakers, then you could perhaps be a little bit more adventurous with your staking system, although the one used in the example is perfectly adequate and has proved to be very successful over the years. Races must consist of between 5 and 12 runners inclusive. No amateur jockeys or apprentices claiming the full 7 lbs 2 Note the price quoted for the favourite and the 2nd favourite in the betting forecast of your daily newspaper. In all cases you back the favourite. When 2 bets are indicated back as a double.
Selections can be found very quickly once familiar with the rules. Any daily newspaper may be used but the most reliable betting forecast is to be found in the daily "Sporting Life". For the purpose of records all bets are, therefore, taken from this forecast. Any daily newspaper can be used, but the daily Mirror is recommended Since it has one of the finest betting forecasts available. Do not bet when the going is described as Heavy, Soft to Heavy, Soft. Or Firm.
Do not bet on all-weather surfaces. Do not bet on Sundays Or Bank Holidays. Strike out all handicap races, nursery races and selling races and. Strike out any race where the prize money on offer is over 10, Strike out any race with more than eight runners. Strike out any race where the first in the betting forecast has. Strike out any race where the difference between the second and. Third favourites in the betting forecast is less than one clear point.
Any races you now have left after this rigorous deletion process qualify for a bet. NOTE-If there are no such races, you may opt to bring a few back in by including 6f and 5f races which meet the other criteria outlined above. This is your choice. The Platinum Plan calls for you. This is most certainly due to the obvious deviation of the actual betting market from the forecast betting market. Your total outlay for every race selected by the Platinum Plan is therefore 3 points This outlay remains level from race to race. A betting bank of no less than 30 points is recommended.
This is sufficient for ten bets. For the ultimate in comfort, a betting bank of 60 points would prove sufficient for twenty bets. As you can see, The Platinum Plan is incredibly simple to operate, but the strike rate and profit it generates are second to none. Rules From the 1st of April to the end of October each year, all National Hunt meetings are excluded unless no Flat Meetings are scheduled for a particular day.
Otherwise only consider Flat events, either turf or all weather, during this period. From 1st November to the end of March annually, both flat and national hunt are open for consideration. The objective of this formula is to isolate just one solitary race from each days entire racing programme. Once located no other contest need be sought, as the eventual selection will always be derived from this source.
Any daily paper which publishes details of all meetings may be utilised to good effect, however those seeking optimum results are advised to consult the sports specialist paperRacing Post. Gaining free access to the Post is usually a straight forward matter since it is displayed in every betting office throughout the land. It is also available on the internet at www. To establish the formulas sole qualifying for any day is simplicity itself.
Refer to the newspaper of your choice and in turn examine the betting forecast of every single race. The purpose of this action is to determine which race contains the days shortest priced forecast favourite. Should it transpire that two or more races contain a favourite with the same equal forecast favourite,always give preference to the contest where the favourite achieved a better finishing position in its last race during the current season. If this still leaves two or more races ,choose the event containing the favourite that has run the most recent. Select the race with the fewest entries if you still have more than one left at this stage.
To recap, consult all races and use your papers betting forecast to locate the race containing favourite with the lowest odds for that particular day. Once this sole qualifying race has been established, the days other events have no further relevance to us. Now that the qualifying race has been found, make a note of the racecourse staging the event. Also make a note of how many days it has been since the favourite last raced. This data will ultimately determine which horse is backed. With these two pieces of information at hand refer to the racecourse key table where courses are listed in alphabetical order.
Note that not every track is included. Under a courses name various listings appear. A typical listing might read Fav 15 daysQual 26 Days. These figures need to be consulted on a daily basis, althogh you are only required to refer to the listings that appear under the name of the meeting staging the formulas qualifying race. Example for a race at Ascot you would only need to look at the listing under Ascots name.
Once you have discovered the Racecourse staging the qualifying race, check to see how many days ago since the favourite last raced. Now refer to the appropriate listings in the Key table to see if an exact match can be found for the number of days since the favourite last appeared. For ease of clarity lets say the qualifying race was at Ascot, and the forecast favourite last ran precisely 15 days ago. Since the first part of the listing Fav 15 days tells us that we are looking for a favourite which last ran 15 days ago, then on this occasion we do have a match If no match can be found then this becomes the days sole bet.
However because in this example the days since the favourite last ran corresponds identically with the relevant listing, the second part of the listing Qual 26 days now comes into play. Whats required now is to look at all other runners in our qualifying race to see if any one of them ran exactly 26 days ago. Should it be the case, this horse automatically becomes the days sole bet. If two or more horses last raced 26 days ago, then the one with the best form place last time out current season would be selected.
However, if there happened to be no other horse who last appeared 26 days ago, then the forecast favourite in our qualifying race becomes the formulas selection for that day. Since the favourite Trouble Mountain had actually raced 23 days ago, an exact with the first part of the listing is made-thus the required procedure is to check for any horse which has run 8 days ago. Of course there will be days when referring to the Racecourse Key Table selections do not materialise as in this example.
In these cases always select instead the forecast favourite from the qualifying race. This means there will be a bet every day barring non-runners and abandonments. The selection procedure for this system utilises two key factors to determine which horse, and in which race we should bet on it, by noting the improved running of a horse and determining if that horse is trained by one of our selected trainers.
Most trainers are under constant pressure from their owners to tell them when their charge is going to "deliver the goods". They have to be accurate because an owner, as you can well imagine, would be none too pleased if given the "nod" by the trainer, then puts a sizeable wager on his horse, only for it to get beaten! Now, I am quite sure that most trainers are thoroughly decent people, but charities they are not and so we cannot expect them to let us into their little secrets, can we?
So we have to attempt to devise a way whereby we can discover for ourselves just when a trainer is getting one of his horses ready to win. Frequently, the key pointer to when a horse is ready to win, is when it runs into a place. By utilising the tables on the following pages you will have to hand vital information which will help you to recognise the signs to enable you to back the right horse in the right race.
Look through the race card, and make a shortlist of any runners that a trainer from Table One has running. Using Table Two and Table Three eliminate any race that is not listed. 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.
Select any race from the days meeting where the betting forecast points to a clear two horse race, i. The only restriction is to avoid conditional jockeys races. We now combine our selections in six doubles, with an equal stake on each. You will quickly find the most reliable overall performer in any greyhound race within minutes. Ascot, England — Just the name "Ascot" conjures visions of royalty, elegance, high fashion and world-class racing.
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. Without this method it would mean betting blind and the sport wouldbe 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 thebiggest problem facing most backers is knowing which form is best. Thousands of races have been examined to find a statisticalanswer to this problem. This massive survey revealed how much importance should be attached to the various factorsinvolved. 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 differentconditions.
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 raceswith the highest prize money are more suitable than others. These provide a rock solid base, and make the system evenmore lucrative. The papers we recommend are the Racing Post, Sporting Life, or any newspaper which give details of a horses last race.
Keep to the same paper daily for the best results. Check each system race. 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 atthis 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 timeout, or if there are two or more last time out winners, apply the following rules to find the selection. In this section horses are awarded points when they qualify under different circumstances. The horse with the highest totalbecomes 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 asfollows:. Remember only a horse's latest race is taken, but it does not matter if its during the current season or not.
A horse whichwas unplaced, fell or pulled up fails to gain any points here.
A table of the racecourse groupings is given further on. A horserunning again very soon after it's last race means it is fit and well, and therefore capable of running it's best form.