The layout, which is the bet against the occurrence of the event is nothing-specific equestrian sport, but is in horse racing. The background is the idea that it is easier, of course, in a race to select a horse that does not win, but to choose the horse, which wins the race at the end. The special feature here is that you always have the double wins his bet, but its use rate * when entering loses. You bet practically reversed as in a normal bet, and so is the risk of loss is much higher than the target profit.
Exception is of course if you laid 2 wins were 24 lay bet on underdogs with odds of around 25, and only a win.With this in mind, makes you look at the usual selection of horses. Here we look but primarily on what might prevent them from winning the horse. Problems over long distances, handicap, bad jockeys etc. etc. As already, know how to select potential winners, now we reverse the whole thing. Something which is already being done for other sports like football in NFL. You can read more about in here – www.allpro.eu: Here are a few clues to selecting a horse:
- Horses who have won the last 3 races, or have more than one race in replaced
- Horses that have dropped significantly in class.
- Horses who have had an outstanding jockey booked.
- Horses running in the special distance or track particularly well
- Horses that are particularly easy way (low handicap)
- Horses from a stable that has just one run
- Races with less than 5 starters
Of course, a horse which in a higher class and is not in good shape is usually very easy to move. This is not an exclusion criterion. Maiden, NHF, amateur and grades 1,2,3 and Class 1 races are difficult to Malays, either because they tend to be surprises, or nearly all rates are quite high, because the race is open. Race with a clear or two equal favourites tend to be gained rare outsider beyond the 10-odd. Race with only a few starters are an exception, as a strong favourite usually means high rates for the rest.