Use the monitoring system to understand more about the horses participating in each competition. Each horse is given a number that is used when putting up a bet. Read about each horse's previous performances in competitions of a similar distance. Consider looking at the possibilities published regarding any horse and figure out which one is likely to win the competition. However, always remember that these probabilities and possibilities change with time, especially when the race start time approaches.
Identify the top jockeys, breeders and instructors. All these people play a key role in helping a horse win the race. The jockey is the other most essential factor that can determine the outcome of the race. Therefore, it is advised to have a look at jockey’s profile before placing a bet. Monitoring programmes typically include the achievements of instructors, which are useful details to know.
Decide how much cash you want to bet on a certain competition. More than one bet can be placed on only one competition. You can use the method of betting on "favourites" to win or you can also go for long shots to have the opportunity to win considerable amount of money.
To place a bet, consider getting in line at a ticket window. You will need to make sure that you get in the queue well before the competition starts. Remember in some cases, you can be "shut out" of betting if the betting process ends before you decided to place a bet. Always identify the race, the amount of money you want to spend and horse numbers before placing your bet. Quinella, exacta, straight bet and trifecta are some of the bets types available for the people looking to win betting money.