Free Horse Racing System
Here's a free horse racing system you
may like to play with. We have tested this from January 1, 2011 through
to February 29,2012.
All the rules are "do-able"
with the help of most form guides that are freely available either
on the web or purchased through your favourite newspaper.
This method produced 160 selections from
a total of 148 qualifying races and resulted in 68 winners ( 45.9%
strike rate) and 103 place getters ( 69.6%)
At level stakes, there was a 40.6% profit
on turnover if win betting and a modest 2.0% profit on turnover if
With an average win dividend of $3.31
, anyone using a divisor method of progressive staking would have
been required to use a divisor of 5 and bank % bet of 1% would have
resulted in more profit than at level stakes. We feel the square root
staking method would have been even more profitable.
NOTE WELL: Just because this method showed
a profit at these levels over this period of time, it DOES
NOT MEAN it will continue to do so.
As in all things gambling, you
travel at your own risk - risk that should be undertaken
ONLY with money you can comfortably afford to lose.
Races selected: All races, all States 1100 metres
to 2150 metres on either Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday
Maximum field size is 15 starters, ALL of whom
must have had a minimum of 3 starts
There must be no more than 4 horses in the field
who have won last start and no more than 4 horses resuming from a
The prize money on offer for the race being considered
must be between $22000 and $260,000
The track must be rated good or dead. Slow and
heavy tracks are not to be bet on.
The horse must either be a colt or gelding,
aged 2 to 5 years old and be TAB number 1 to 9 inclusive and be carrying
no more than 59.5 kgs.
It must have a career win percentage of more than
30% and a career place getting percentage of 37%
Any selection must have had at least
5 career starts and have won at least 4 races
Any selection must have started in the
last 14 to 21 days (inclusive) BUT must not have had its 3rd last
start within the last 35 days
Any selection must have finished 1st
to 3rd at its last start and 1st to 8th at its second last start
Any selection must not have been beaten by more than 2.9 lengths at
its last start nor 5.9 lengths at its second last start
Any selection must not be dropping more
than 199 metres from its second last start distance to today's distance
or download a betting workout of the period 1.1.11 to 29.2.12
Naturally these rules do
take a bit of time to arrive at a final selection.......nothing comes
from nothing!!! If you are time poor you may like to consider our