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These days there are millions of ‘secret loopholes’ and ‘incredible secret systems’ available on the internet to help people make money from horse racing – but 99.9% of them have a gaping hole in their logic that stops people making money with them. The problem = they focus only on finding wining bets.

Now on the surface that sounds like all you need. Whilst placing winning bets is a vital factor that alone will not make you a profit over the long term, which is what its all about – making a profit over the long term.

The thing that is missing from all these systems is Value. If you do not understand value and know how to find out if your bet offers value or not then you can NEVER make long term profits from horse racing

So what is value? It’s simple really; getting value is just a case of placing bets at odds that are greater than the chance of winning. The exact % of your bets that win is mostly irrelevant – its the odds they win at that counts.

If your bets have value then your winning bets will win enough to cover the losing bets and make a profit.

If your bets do not have value then your winnings will not cover your losses and you will show a loss – and nobody wants to do that

For example –

Let’s say you make 100 bets, all with a 33% chance of success – priced at 6/4. You bet £100 per horse.

33 winners at 6/4 would return = £4,950 (£150 profit per winner)

67 losing bets would cost you = £6,700

Because you bet on horses with odds smaller than their chance of winning you have made a loss of = £1,750

But let’s say you make 100 bets, all with a 33% chance of success – priced at 3/1. You bet £100 per horse.

33 winners at 3/1 would return = £9,900 (£300 profit per winner)

67 losing bets would cost you = £6,700

because you bet on horses with odds larger than their chance of winning you have made a profit of = £3,200

If I do not think my bet has value then I will not put a single penny on the horse because no matter how good the horse’s chance of winning; if the odds are offering no value then that bet is ultimately a bad investment

Betting should ALWAYS be treated as a form of investment. You do your research, plan your bets and make sure to stack all the odds in your favor. Know your bets inside out, map them out carefully, have a plan and stick to it – If you can do that then you WILL make realistic long term profits from horse racing.

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