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Simple horse racing systems to improve your bets.

1. Recall any horse that has won its last race and runs again within 4 days.

2. In Novice Steeplechase, endorse any top weight horse that ranks first in the daily mirror or top format in the daily mail newspaper.

3. Place two highly fancied 7/4 shots on a double each way. If both place, you get your bet money back, if both win, you make a nice profit.

4. Back 3 and 5 pounds claiming jockeys at the bottom of the weights in handicap races

5. Going back a higher weight in handicap races if carrying a stone heavier than the next horse in weights.

6. In two-year-old damsel races, when a two-year-old has won his first races for the first time, he starts the same horse again to follow up with another victory.

7. Wait until the last minute to place your soccer bets. This way, you can check if there are any last minute injuries to key players or management changes etc.

8. Avoid local derbies in your soccer bets as the shape lines sometimes go out of the window.

9. With your greyhound betting again the cheat number of the winning greyhound of the previous race

10. Back Trainers with a winner hit rate of 33% or higher in the last 14 days. This information is available in the racing section of most newspapers.

11. At the Cheltenham festival, look for horses that have won a previous race, as this is an unusual track. If there is more than one runner, choose the horse with the highest form rating. If there is still more than one runner, choose the lowest horse in the betting odds.

12. Check all 8 or 9 runner handicap races and move back the top 2 on the betting forecast, as long as the first on the betting forecast is 9/4 or greater. Could back them both every way if you don’t like losing races

13. Fall back 1 in Chester in all races, especially if the horse thrown in the 1st post is a quick break of the posts.

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