Horse Weighing In Horse Race Betting

When you are serious about winning your bet in a horse race, you have to know how to read a racing form. Care to check the note the track conditions in the next column of the race form, it gives you the details of the track, just like your F1 race track.

Now, you have to read the odds for winning each race listed in the next column and then you have to consider the horse’s weight during each race in the next column because the heavier the horse is, the less the probability it will win, or the horse that you are trying to bet is gaining weight which is no good or if the horse is too light, it means that it is not fit. Horse weight actually should be synchronized to its age. When the horse is young and heavy, it means that it is overweight.

After the columns of the track conditions, you have to read as well the next four columns because they tell you where the horse was at the one-quarter mark, the half mile, the stretch and the finish. It is about the positioning of the horse during the progress of the race if your horse is a fast starter or a strong finisher.

Then the next column, it indicates who the jockeys were and what their post positions were. Jockeys are also the one responsible in making the horse win the race, so if your jockey has good win and loss record, definitely you will go with it, or it is a matter of win and loss record of both the horse and the jockey. You should be able to balance the factors of a perfect combination between a horse and its jockey, besides, it is an obvious matter that it is impossible to win a horse race if the jockey has the best record while the horse has the worst record.

You can see all of these on most famous online betting websites arena betting which is offer horse betting and bet all you can especially on your favourite horse player.

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