“The more I practice, the luckier I get”, is a saying that couldn’t ring more true.
Especially when it comes to betting on the horses.
If you want to stand a chance of making a profit from your betting, there are two things you must do.
1. You must specialise in an area of racing that you enjoy.
There’s usually about 20 different horse races run every weekday, and that number often doubles at the weekends. There is no way you could properly analyse half of those races, never mind all of them.
So the trick is specialise in a specific type of racing, and only analyse those races.
And the type of racing you specialise in should be one which you enjoy. Because if you don’t enjoy it, you won’t put the time into properly analysing those races.
Which brings us nicely onto the second thing you must do….
2. You must put in the time and effort to study the races you’ve chosen to specialise in.
Form books must be dissected, and races must be analysed. You should be aiming to know everything you possibly can about the races you will be betting on.
How much time and effort do you need to set aside each day for this study, if you want to be profitable?
I reckon at least an hour, but 2 hours would be more ideal.
You can’t remove the element of luck from betting completely. But you can greatly reduce it with practice.
I know not everyone has 1 or 2 hours that they can (or want to) devote each day to studying form and analysing races.
So if that’s you, rather than gambling halfheartedly – and inevitably losing – instead pick a tipster from the tipster portfolio, and follow their advice instead.
You can view all the tipsters I recommend here: http://www.WinnersOdds.com/Tipster-Portfolio
Until next time,