I’ll never forget what it’s like to be part of the majority of chumps standing at the rail, tearing up tickets, searching for that one longshot that would get me to almost even. Those are some sad memories.
You see, it got to a point where I was so sick of being another guy who couldn’t beg a winner… So, I spent the next two and a half years researching this subject of handicapping, hitting the forms heavy, and betting the horses with what I learnt. It hurt like the dickens, and the learning curve was steep, but suddenly I went from loser to winner.
A friend of my father (who is now deceased) gave me another horse racing system. This one was different. It was old. It was so old that it didn’t even have a title to it. The pages were yellow with age. It was obvious that it had been passed around…a lot.
And after reading it through I found that it was simple. It was easy to understand. It wasn’t full of addition and subtraction or division. I didn’t have an elaborate system of x’s and o’s.
I can tell you that this formula is simple once you understand it, but very counter-intuitive and you will never guess it if someone hasn’t told it to you.
You can disregard the weight the horse is carrying. It doesn’t matter which jockey is on the animal or which trainer is training him. The difference between this horse racing system and the hundreds of others out there is that when the few simple rules are followed, you become a winner. It is… Read more…