Curiosity, Knowledge, Cats And Horses

There’s a saying that, curiosity begets knowledge.

There’s also another saying that says “Curiosity killed the cat.”

But you’re not a cat, and neither am I. So there is no need to worry about that.

If you want to be able to find your own profitable bets, you are going to have to acquire a lot of knowledge about horse racing.

You are going to have to find out for yourself what works, and what doesn’t.

And to get that knowledge, you’re going to have to put in a lot of time studying horse racing.

When you think about the time and effort you’ll need to put in to become knowledgeable enough to make a profit from your betting, it can seem like a daunting task.

And the truth is, most people will give up before they get to that point.

But there’s a question you can ask yourself that can reveal right now, whether or not you will get to that level of knowledge.

The question is as follows: Are you curious about solving the complex puzzle of horse racing?

If you are very curious, great! Just keep at it and sooner or later you’ll be finding your own profitable bets.

But if you’re just a little curious or not curious at all, I’ve got some bad news for you.

You will likely never have enough desire to become knowledgeable enough to make a profit from your own selections.

But it’s not all doom and gloom.

Just because you can’t make a profit from your own selections doesn’t mean you can’t make a profit from your betting.

You can just leave the bet selection process to a decent tipster and follow their advice.

And you can find all the tipsters I use myself, and recommend at the link below: