However you decide to bet it is important that you get to
know the system your using, and it is best to do this before you actually
gamble any real money!
If you go to http://www.racingpost.co.uk/horses You will be
able to view yesterdays, today's and many of the next 3 to 5 days racing.
So you can start to get an idea quite quickly if a system is
working or not.
If you click on any of the races you will be able to find
all the information you are likely to need to see if a race qualifies under
your system for a bet.
It is now that you should also start keeping records, and I
would recommend the following:
- Date of the race
- Won or loss
If you really like keeping records then you could also add
in "the going" and the Weather conditions.
You will be surprised how these records could help in the
future, they will tell you a lot about the system you are using.
Here is an example:
If you go to "Turner's Winners Galore" and have a look at
last years data you will notice that there were never more than the 2 losses in
a row, it was normally 1 and there were at least 3 winners in between losers,
and in some cases as many as 8.
I know last year doesn't equal this year, but if it does,
you know when you loose that the chance of the next horse losing as well is
small, but even if it does, from last years data you will probably get 3
winners in a row, so you could say it is a calculated risk to up your stake
after your first loss.
And if the next horse does win, then you know it is also
likely that the next two will as well!
You should watch a system at the very least for 10 days, a
month would be better.
After this time you should be confident in your ability to
use the system and satisfied enough to know that it does produce winners.
You should then spend the next month using the system every
day but only betting a minimal stake, I mean £1 bet.
This way even if your system really does prove to be
useless, you would have only lost around £30.00!
Once you are satisfied that the system does work and that it
really is producing results, then you can increase your stake to where you feel