There are about more than a hundred racetracks in the world of horse racing which every racer, bet players and fans look into every day all over the world. Which makes new players come to think, which are the ones that are most important to watch?
Date and time for horse racing have already been placed in the calendar where you surprisingly see about multiple numbers of races every single day. Races that fanatics go to and bet on with all the money in their purses for centuries which makes this sport get more interesting than ever.
Although gambling as bad as it sounds for some people is unhealthy as these millionaires just spend all their dollars placing it on top of the heads of horse racers, there has been by far became a habit of some people across the globe as their way of meeting new people, exchanging of opinions and seeing potential in thoroughbred horses. These horses have given entertainment and excitement to everyone with their intense neck-to-neck sprinting in one of those racetracks bringing in big races all over the world. But now, let's trim down to at least 5 horse race tracks that have been given such an honourable label as the most important tracks of very important and huge races in the world.
1. Churchill Downs -
Churchill Downs in Louisville is the home of the triple crown entry Kentucky derby Named as the 'Fastest Two minutes in Sports' or the 'run for the roses'. It is a 1 and quarter-mile dirt race for 3-year-old thoroughbred horses inaugurated in 1875 with $2 million prizes at stake on the purse. It is now on its 145th annual race and has been labelled as the most attended race for so many years.
2. Belmont Park -
Belmont Stakes is held in Elmont, New York on a Saturday in June with a 1.5-mile length for the runners of the Triple Crown as its third and last leg. It is also called as the Run for the Carnations or the Test of Champions with a $1.5 M on the bag for the reigning winner. Belmont Stakes was inaugurated in 1867 which surprised the industry with a skyrocketing 21.9 million TV audience in 2004 and up until now ranked with the highest viewing rate since 1977.
3. Pimlico Race Course -
This course on dirt is a Run for the Black Eyed Susans, home of the Preakness Stakes race in Baltimore, Maryland. This 1 3/16 mile long race happens every 3rd Saturday of May annually and has been the second highest attended race since 1873 bagging a $1.5 million prize.
4. Breeder's World Championship Cup -
This championship race in Canada is for Grade 1 thoroughbred races with age, weight, distance, surfacing varying of each year since 1984. This is a compilation of 13 races with 12 races of 14 starters and the other one with 12 starters. Historically, United States has been up on track with 232 since Belmont started wherein 2012, the oldest 9-year-old horse won against the young breeds. Price bag varies from $1M to $6M.
5. Gulfstream Park
This dirt track located in Hallandale Beach, Florida is the stepping ground of the world's richest race--The Pegasus World Cup now upgraded as The Pegasus World Championship Series with an additional Turf race. This place just inaugurated recently in 2017 with a 1 1/8 mile long race for Grade 1 4-year olds sprinting away for the $12M bag now raised to $16M.
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Friday, January 18, 2019
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
The Betting bankroll stands at £2754 (+£754) after the French raider Amade landed gamble in 32Red handicap on 5th January 9-2 into 2-1.
Good start to the year ,with nice £270 profit .Stakes increase to £110.00.Moving on to Wednesday we have decent looking 7 furlong handicap from Kempton .
9 runners declared for class three (0-95) 7f handicap on polytrack at 7.00 .This looks quite a competitive little contest .The three main contenders look to be Eljaddaaf , Exchequer & Happy Escape .
ELJADDAAF : 8-Y-0 Bay Gelding ,winning 9 out 31 on All Weather .Goes well here at Kempton,winning five times at the track ,including winning 6f class 3 handicap at Kempton in November off mark 93 .Also finished creditable third in 8f class two handicap at Lingfield last time .Will be suited returning to 7 furlongs at his favourite track .
EXCHEQUER : 8-Y-0 Chestnut Gelding ,winning 6 out 21 on All Weather .Been in great form this winter landing back to back handicaps at Kempton in good style,including winning 6f class three handicap last time at the track.Races off 6lb higher mark ,though has decent record at kempton .Interesting contender
HAPPY ESCAPE : 5-Y-0 Bay Mare,winning 3 out 13 on All Weather.All three victories coming here at Kempton over mile,including winning class three handicap earlier this month .Still looks fairly handicapped off 3lb higher mark .Should be thereabouts ,though has yet to win over this 7 furlong trip (0 out 5 )
VERDICT :Course Specialist ELJADDAAF should go well returning to Kempton ,after finishing creditable third in stronger race at Lingfield last time,that form looks solid with the fourth Tough Remedy winning C3 handicap next time at Newcastle.Still looks fairly handicapped off 95 ,having won off 2lb lower mark in Novermber.Odds around 5-1 look fair e-way value .
(1) ELJADDAAF (2) EXCHEQUER (3) HAPPY ESCAPE
ELJADDAAF 7.00 KEMPTON
£55.00 EACH-WAY @5-1 BETVICTOR
(UNPLACED SP 7-1 LOSS £110.00 )
Saturday, January 05, 2019
The betting bankroll stands at £2484 (+£484 ) as we start the second season.Stakes start at £100.00 with the bankroll £2484 divided into 25 units .
Moving on to Saturday we have decent looking class two staying handicap on poly track .
11 runners declared for class two 2 mile handicap at Kempton .This looks quite competitive staying handicap .The three main contenders look to be Lord George ,Addicted To You & Amade .
LORD GEORGE : 6-Y-0 Grey Gelding ,winning 3 out 14 on All Weather ,including winning this race last year ,off 8lb lower mark .Also finished close second in All Weather Championship Marathon at Lingfield in April .Finished third of 7 in 12f class two handicap at Lingfield last time .Will be suited returning to this more suitable trip, though no easy task off mark 104 .
ADDICTED TO YOU : 4-Y-0 Chestnut Gelding ,winning 2 out 6 on All Weather .Bolted up in by 10 lenghs in 2 mile class 4 handicap at Chelmsford in May, off 10lb lower mark .Had excuses on two runs since ,including pulling up after stumbling badly in listed race in France in October .Should be suited returning to All Weather .
AMADE : 5-Y-0 French Bay Gelding ,winning 4 out 7 on poly track .Shown big improvement since stepping up in trip ,landing a hattrick over staying trips ,including winning 17f conditions race on polytrack at Deauville in November .Looks nicely treated off mark 92 ,having beaten the 90 rated Cayirli by 4L last time at Deauville .Interesting contender .
VERDICT : French raider AMADE should go well, after landing hattrick at Deauville in November .Not always easy to weigh up the French All Weather form ,though gave 6lb & 4L beating to the 90 rated Seamus Durack trained Cayirli in conditions race last time .Looks open to further improvement in staying races .Odds around 9-2 look fair value .
Addicted To Love could be the main danger,returning to poly track.Having looked progressive stayer,when winning impressively over the distance at Chelmsford in May.
(1) AMADE (2) ADDICTED TO YOU (3) LORD GEORGE
AMADE 6.15 KEMPTON
£50.00 EACH-WAY @ 9-2 BETVICTOR*
(WINNER SP 2-1 PROFIT +£270.00 )
Thursday, January 03, 2019
Where's the fun in losing money?
Sadly, that's all you will be doing unless you have something to say the opposite. Life is a gamble. Crossing the road can be a life and death decision. Imagine a bookmaker chalking-up the prices of every move you make. What are the odds you will gain a degree? Get married? Have children? Die at an early age? It's no different than insurance companies. A gamble is a gamble, hey.
So why should you gamble? The answer is obvious! Because you are better than others. The question then leads to ''How Do You Beat The Opposition?'' You invest time to increase your knowledge. How is that possible? You stick to your niche. No one knows everything. In gambling, knowing something well is as good as knowing everything. How come? Because you just bet more on the subject matter you know. When you are ready to bet, do so with reputable bookmakers such as novibet.co.uk
My specialist knowledge is within two-year-old horse racing. I'm not blowing my own trumpet - just being honest - but unless you are exceptional you don't know as much about this niche as I do. In fact, over a year of betting, I would win more money that the majority of people who bet on two-year-old horses. It's like you trying to pass a degree in Psychology without reading a book. You flicked through a couple of chapters but gave up because you couldn't be bothered to find the answers to the questions.
''Your knowledge is as thin as a cheese cracker and it doesn't matter how expensive the Stilton you put on top!''
My years of learning have proven to me that there is no easy answer. No cheats, hacks, systems... Even if they do exist (however simply) the time and effort to understand this information are likely to be immense. Unless someone gets very lucky. However, the whole notion of luck is not a sound foundation to build any knowledge.
Here are my top pointers to make your betting pay:
1) Pick a niche.
2) Don't bet - learn
3) Understand the basic
4) Then find data that the majority will not know (do your own research)
5) Test your knowledge by paper trailing
6) Bet small - build your bank
7) When you find a winning angle bet more
8) Make minor adjustment - do not attempt to make huge steps
9) Consolidate your knowledge
10) Keep your info to yourself
Bookmakers and layers run their gambling ventures as a business. That is exactly how you as a gambler should bet.
Written by Jason Coote
Tuesday, January 01, 2019
The 2K to 10K Betting Challenge ,has finished up with small profit in first season,with £484.00 profit ,though overall it was bit of struggle to make any decent profits this year .
Never really recovering from poor run of results in May and June .
On positive note this was the 9th consecutive profitable year for the blog,though the strike rate and profits was down on previous years .
Full Results 2018 as follows :
38 BETS (9 WINNERS ) (13 PLACES ) (16 UNPLACED )
STAKED (£3527 ) RETURN ( £4011 ) (ROI +13.76 ) S/R 23.68 %
JAN :LOSS -£189 (0 OUT 3)
FEB :PROFIT +£194 (1 OUT 1 )
MAR:PROFIT +£390 (2 OUT 4 )
APR :PROFIT +£231 (1 OUT 3 )
MAY :LOSS -£121 (0 OUT 3 )
JUNE:LOSS -£376 (0 OUT 4 )
JULY:PROFIT +£1 (0 OUT 3 ) 3 PLACES
AUG :PROFIT +£351 (2 OUT 4)
SEP :LOSS -£303 (0 OUT 6 )
OCT:LOSS -£26 (1 OUT 3 )
NOV:PROFIT +£544 (2 OUT 2 )
DEC:LOSS -£212 (0 OUT 2 )
The challenge continues in January 2019 with £2484 betting bank .Stakes will start at £100.00. £2484 divided by 25 .Thanks for visiting www.jerrysbestbets.com in 2018 .