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Harness racing, Steeplechasing, Hurdle racing, Endurance racing and Thoroughbred racing, there is a bet you can play on it. As the main two forms of racing are harness and thoroughbred racing, all good online bookmakers will offer odds on these categories and the other types of races will be offered by selected bookmakers. Picking A Winner Choosing the best horses in a race is a fun but challenging task to manage, particularly for those with little betting experience. Essentially, choosing a winner is not just about picking the right horse, it is also about choosing the right trainer and the right jockey. The trainer’s skills and experience is essential in producing top quality racehorses. As a result, there are many skilled punters who will visit the racetrack early and examine how the horse is warming up, the jockey’s riding and the trainer’s instructions. This gives many bettors a good idea of how a race may play out. Determining their capabilities on the racetrack depends upon their experience and past performances. If the jockey has ridden this particular horse in previous races, over what distances did the pair perform best and worst?

Using race cards as a guide is a great way for beginners to get into the swing of understanding betting and the information required to make an informed bet. The race card will list the horse? These numbers indicate the horse’s amount of first, second and third placings for past races. If there are hardly any figures beside the horse’s name then one will know not to wager on the horse. The race itself is an important factor as well. If this is the first time this horse is competing in a higher class, despite his success in previous races, it is unlikely he will win the race. Nonetheless, an extremely basic way of measuring a horse’s chance of success is to look at the odds. If the horse’s odds are getting shorter, chances are it’s a favourite and has a better chance at winning. How does the horse perform at different post positions?

There are three main running styles: front runner, stalker and closer. A front runner is a horse who runs in the lead or in 2 lengths of the leader. A stalker rarely makes the lead but often gains momentum to overtake tired front runners. A closer runs best when there is a lot of early speed. Have they had much success previously? How much experience do they have? How do they handle their horses? How is the horse’s fitness levels?

Analyse the horse’s past track record? Do they normally place quite high or does the horse’s placings fluctuate? Although this isn’t considered very important a horse should generally not be carrying more than 59 kg. Anything over that amount is a bit risky. For horses who have not yet won a race, the top races being the Maiden Special Weight races. The punter must put in a request prior to the race and afterwards they are the new owner. This is risky as the previous owner will claim the prize money and pass the horse on even if the horse gets injured in the race or even if it dies.

Horses in these races are not for sale however the payouts are normally much higher. There are set conditions and specific weights the horses must carry. This type of race is typically held for horses who are non-winners in majority of their races. The best of all horse races which is restricted only for the top horses. These races produce the largest pay outs and can be either local or major races. The top stake races are graded from 1 to 3 with 1 being the best races e. There are no restrictions on these races apart from age and sex. A race specifically held for 3 year old fillies. Only 3 year olds may race in a Derby.