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The Real Dreamtime in horse racing 

Ever have those days where you don't seem to be making any headway and the hours and hours of "fiddling around" aren't getting you anywhere? Me too.

Especially today when - "bing" - an email arrives from a gentleman who's probably having just as bad a day as me and things in his life aren't adding up either. Here it is - word for word - unedited:

"I WAS WONDERING IF YOU HAD ANY SUGGESTIONS ON A QUICK & SIMPLE BETTING SYSTEM. AS I LIKE TO HAVE A BET ON THE HORSES REGULARLY, BUT DON'T HAVE MUCH TIME TO STUDY ANYTHING,COULD YOU SUGGEST SOMETHING EASY AND WITHOUT MUCH FUSS ! "

Ah - wouldn't it be great. I'd love that. Heaps more time to spend on other things that interest me as well as horse racing. No spending 8 to 12 hours a day on racing as I currently do and sometimes still struggling to make a consistent quid.

Getting up at 8-ish or 9-ish every day (instead of the 5am starts I do now), having breakfast on the balcony of a magnificently appointed unit overlooking the passage at Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland while the fishing boats ply their daily trade.

Casually glancing at the day's form guide and magically picking enough winners in just a minute or so, to keep me accommodated in the style to which I have become accustomed.

Wouldn't it be great? Alas, I must tell you it is never going to be like that and that is just a crazy daydream that will NEVER come true. If it were possible, wouldn't everyone be already doing it?

I have come to accept that racing is very much a case of effort in - reward out. There are no shortcuts to doing it seriously - never have been - never will be. I guess it is why I have come around to the serious business of running many "methods" every day on a daily basis - and with that comes the need to continually check each and every one of them on a regular basis to make sure they haven't "run off the rails" due to a myriad of circumstances that absolutely plague multiple methods "players".

If there were an easier way, I am sure that with the hours I have put in over the years chasing ideas down blind alleys that I would have even accidentally stumbled across it myself and had that "eureka moment". I haven't.

Wish I could say I had - but no - I haven't.

Also wish I could have won the lotto but again, sadly I must report, no.

The best I can say that may help you is that the most success I have ever had with these things is following multiple methods (many of them) simultaneously so that one's run of outs is (hopefully) covered by the success of others and coupling that with a staking plan to suit my approach.

This takes me quite a bit of time each day to achieve so sadly I cannot suggest anything that is less time consuming or simpler.

Effort in. Reward out. Seems to be the way it works.

 

 

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