Busting some popular horse race betting myths
Having access to reliable information is one of the keys to becoming an excellent handicapper and win consistently at horserace betting. Regardless of how long you may have been betting on horses, you'd inevitably come across several misconceptions associated with the activity. Some of these myths have been around for a long time now and in this write-up we'd bust 4 such commonly known horserace betting myths.
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Horse racing is all about luck
Please note, not only there's huge prize money involved for the winners of premium horse races like the Grand National etc., as long as you use your skills, even you can win life changing-sums from these races.
Although you might have bad days sometimes, something that can happen even in poker, your ultimate success would depend on your skill and not luck. Staying updated about the concerned race/s and horses also contributes significantly to wins. Here's a website which can help you with that.
No point betting on horses that haven't been around for 6 months or more
Avoid horses that try something new
This saying should actually be the other way round – that you can't possibly beat a horserace, but can beat multiple races. Please remember, it's the public that creates the odds at the racing tracks, the same odds you try beating. So essentially, horserace betting is a battle between the bettors. You'd win every time you are able to find fault with the public opinion, because of your better handicapping skills.
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