Whenever someone asks me the question “How should I start creating my own betting systems” I always advise “Get specific”.
The thing is when you are starting out there is a lot to take in, not only because of all the different types of races but also courses, jockeys, trainers, form and the list goes on.
My first suggestion is always to “cut down the clutter”.
Whether that means to only use certain type of races like “Handicap” or “Maidens” (Neither really my first choice for beginners) or stick to a certain race distance or even course.
People often say things like “But isn’t following xxx…difficult?
It doesn’t matter what you follow there are going to be challenges but I guess at the end of the day people want to start “now” and have plenty of choice.
So suggesting one course or one Jockey is sometimes not enough.
That is why I often suggest starting with Aw (All Weather) races.
The reasons for this are…
You only have 4 or 5 courses to learn about.
Although the surfaces are not exactly the same there are similar.
Although you may not have races everyday they do appear on the racecard most days.
There are disadvantages as well.
The class of racing can be pretty low sometimes.
It is difficult to use turf form on sand.
There are still differences between the AW courses and surfaces.
But the above can be true of many types of racing.
Concentrating on AW will teach you a lot without having to study a new course nearly everyday.
What I want to do is here is show you how you can quickly find profitable ways to use AW courses.
There has been a lot written about Trainer / Jockey stats and to be honest I have never taken much notice of them.
Maybe in hindsight this was a little foolish but to be honest they have never excited me much…
…That was until I added them into the SPB System Builder.
Now I have found that I have missed out on a very simple way to identify the chance of being on a winning horse.
I did a quick video to explain what I mean.
I hope you found the video interesting.
As I mentioned there are still a couple of places left if you have been thinking of coming to my seminar in Swindon…
Thank you as always for reading I really appreciate it.
“The System Mason”