The most basic information supplied at any horseracing meeting in the world will be all the horse’s form. Form is simply the result of the 3 to 4 races the horse ran.
For Example: 0X624 Joyjoy
The horse Joyjoy above came fourth at its last race, second at its second last race, sixth at its third last race, had a break from racing (as indicated by X) and came either 10 or above just before it took the break.
The Codes Explained, Briefly:
Read the numbers and letters from right to left, with the first number or letter on the right being the result of the latest race and second number or letter on right being the result of the second most recent race, etc…
X – Means ‘Spell’ and simply means the horse took a break from racing
O – Means the horse came 10 or above in the race
F – Means the jockey fell in the race
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 & 9 – Represents the position the horse finished the race
Now that we know how to read form, let’s plunge into discovering this system!
Look for horses that are peaking with form. We do this by glancing through the latest three starts a horse has had.
Here’s what we are looking for…
The horse must have come second and third in its last two starts therefore the last two form should look like this:
32 Horse’s name
For its third last start the horse must have come either 4,5,6,7,8 or 9. We don’t care what it came for its fourth start and onwards.
So we are looking for horses that have their last three starts looking like this:
432 or 532 or 632 or 732 or 832 or 932
Horses with the above form are simply peaking and will run very well. However there are many other variables that affect the outcome of a race so do not expect to win or place every time. But… if I were to use only form to select winners, this is exactly what I’d use. In fact if you glance through any form guide, you’ll see a number of horses with form that’s 321.
These horses have already peaked and won but now will face tougher competition because of the recent win. This is why you have to get them just before they win…
— that is when the last two digits of the form are 32.
I have recently received feedback from some of my clients reporting to have used variations of the system described here with exceptional results. They bet on horses with improving form over the last three starts, irrespective of whether the latest two numbers are 3 & 2.
Example: 642, 863, 752, etc…
How you end up using my system is entirely up to you! I would suggest you experiment with the various combinations and stick to the one that works best for you.
By the way…you can use this system for gallops/flats, jumping events, harness racing and also greyhound racing.
I recommend you use the same amount to bet for a win and place (Eachway Betting) so you collect something if the horse or dog comes in first, second or third.
Now just by using this simple betting plan you’ll be way ahead of the majority of the punters out there…but wait, there’s still more!
Next I’m going to show one of the secrets that professional punters use to grow their betting bank into thousands of dollars, QUICKLY!
The Absorption Staking Plan
The first thing you need to do before placing a single bet is to establish a betting bank. Your betting bank has to be self-sustaining and once established you cannot add any more of your ‘own’ money to it.
Now, use 5% of the bank to bet for a win and 5% for a place/show for all your betting from now on. Reinvest all your profits back into the bank and let it absorb the losses as well.
So whether your bank increases or decreases in size, your bets remain in proportion all the time – 5% for a win and 5% for a place/show
Example: Betting Bank $100: Win bet $5 Place Bet $5
Betting Bank $75: Win bet $3.75 Place bet $3.75 (Round them off to nearest whole number if need be)
How You Can Sustain 30 Straight Losses
Even though this Peaking Racing System is no where as robust as my main selection system “How to ‘Place Bet’ on Favorites for a Living”, you still shouldn’t get 15 straight losses in a row – let alone 30!
However the staking plan I have recommended that you use can withstand up to 30 straight losses without totally breaking the bank.
A betting bank of $100 will be $4.18 after the 30th loss – not completely wiped out.
The greatest thing about this staking plan is that it magically minimizes the impact of losses while capitalizing tremendously on winnings.
Try it and see for yourself!