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Racing Post System 1

A quick and easy to use system with lots of winners. Works best for turf racing, but could be used on all weather. Performs better in non-handicap races.

The Rules

1. Use the Racing Post Newspaper or web site (www.racingpost.com)

2. For each meeting in the Racing Post there is a selection box indicating the selections of 16 to 18 racing tipsters. Only consider horses that have been selected by at least 10 of these tipsters.

3. Of these only consider those horses that are rated top by both Topspeed and Racing Post Ratings (RPR).

4. From the remaining selections you now only consider those horses that finished 1st, 2nd or 3rd in its last race which must have been within the current season.

5. Any horse that remains is a system selection.

Additional Selections -You may find a horse that qualifies under the above rules, but its last race was from the previous year. Generally speaking these are not system bets however you can make an exception if the horse has run within the last 30 days even under a different code. For instance if a horse qualifies under all the rules but it has not had a current season run over fences but within the last 30 days it has run on the flat then this would be a system bet, providing it finished 1st, 2nd or 3rd.

To recap - Horses must be selected by at least 10 of the tipsters listed in the selection box of the Racing Post, these must include both Topspeed and Racing Post Ratings (RPR). It must have finished 1st 2nd or 3rd in its last race which must have taken place within the current season.

 

Racing Post System 2

This method of selecting horses is extremely easy to use and will take up only one or two minutes of your time each day. The method eliminates all races of a highly competitive nature and selects only those horses that have good recent form and the ability to repeat it. There will be an average of 3-4 bets each week and you can hope for 50-60% winners all at odds against both on the flat and over the jumps.

The Rules

1. Use the Racing Post Newspaper or web site (www.racingpost.com)

2. Select all non-handicap races with fields of up to and including 10 declared runners.

3. Eliminate Amateur, Apprentice and Ladies races.

4. Select any horse that won last time out in the current season that is tipped by Spotlight.

5. Check that any selected horses are forecast at odds against in the betting not odds on or evens.

6. When placing your bet write, "Odds on or evens, no bet" on your slip.

 

Cracking The Placepot

The Placepot is without doubt the best value bet in gambling. Just a 1.00 bet can return dividends in excess of several hundred pounds! To win the placepot you have to select a horse to be placed in each of the first six races at a meeting. As well as being great value it is an excellent "fun" bet as it gives you an interest in a large number of races for just a small investment. Placepots are run by the Tote, but most high street bookmakers will now accept placepot bets. Whether you bet most days or just on Saturdays, a Placepot bet is a smart investment to make.

Obviously finding a horse to place in six consecutive races is not easy. However this system is a real winner. Using it will help you to win the Placepot dividends with great regularity. Not all placepots are in the 500+ region (although from time to time returns can be in four figures), but compared with other types of race betting the "level-stakes" returns on a week to week basis are huge.

The Rules

Firstly, we must decide which meeting to use each day. It is best to stick to just one meeting per day. If there is a choice of meetings then it is usually best not to use the main meeting as this quite often contains races with big competitive fields, and it makes our job of finding horses to place more difficult.

Conversely, the lowest grade meeting of the day, particularly in the flat season, also has its problems. The horses here are often ridden by the poorest standard of jockeys which makes analysis hard. So when presented with a choice of meetings pick the second biggest meeting of the day to work on. If you are uncertain which one this is, then add together the prize values of each race at each meeting. The one with the second highest total will be the one to use.

Having chosen our meeting, we now need to make our selections. To capture the Placepot we are going to use a Placepot perm. This allows us to pick more than one horse in each race. Most bookmakers now supply Placepot perm slips which make entering easier.

To win the pot we need to select a placed horse in each race. Obviously if we had covered say, three horses in every race then our chances are greatly improved. Unfortunately it's not that easy! The more horses we cover in each race, the more costly our bet. To cover three in each of the six races would need 729 bets, i.e. 729 times our stake. This is too much.

The perm we use in this plan uses 36 lines, at 25p unit stake the bet costs just 9.00. It consists of a single selection in two of the races, two selections in another two races, and three selections in the remaining two races. 1 x 1 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 = 36 bets.

Now to make our selections for the perm. If you are an experienced student of form you can add your own knowledge to the selection process, but here we are going to base our selections on SP forecasts. Using the morning betting forecasts is a very reliable selection method to use with this plan. Here's what to do:

1. Look at the SP forecasts for the six races concerned. Look for the two races with the shortest priced favourites. These will be (hopefully) the most reliable favourites of the day, and even if they don't win, they should place. These act as our "single" entries in the perm.

2. Select the two races with the biggest fields, they are usually big handicap races, and are always the hardest to select winners in. Take the first three horses in the betting forecast in each of these races, they will be our "three" selections in the perm.

3. Obviously in the remaining two races, we use the first two in the betting forecast as our "two" selection elements in the perm.

We now have all the elements for our perm. Don't be fooled into thinking that because the selection method is quick and easy, it is ineffective. If you use it daily you should scoop the Placepot regularly.

One last note about which paper to use. I recommend using The Racing Post as their SP forecasts tend to be more accurate, but whichever you use, keep to the same one each day.

 

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