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http://www.betting-school.com UK Horse Racing Form Analysis - Betting School in UK - Past PerformanceStudy is the art of analysing the past performances of a horse to ascertain the likelihood of it ...

http://www.betting-school.com UK Horse Racing Form Analysis - Betting School in UK - Past PerformanceStudy is the art of analysing the past performances of a horse to ascertain the likelihood of it winningtoday's race.

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    • UK Horse Racing Form Analysis - Betting School in UKPast PerformanceStudy is the art of analysing the past performances of a horse to ascertain thelikelihood of it winningtodays race.I say art because many of the best form students cannot clearly explain how they formed a specificselection and much of the time they get a feeling for the expected outcome having viewed the Form ofall horses in the event.The variables most commonly reviewed are as follows...The going. This is the condition of the surface that the horses will be running on today, the aim is toascertain whether each horse runs well in the current conditions.For example if the ground today is firm, has it won or placed on firm ground previously and if so was it ina race of a similar strength.Track. Many horses have a liking for a particular type of course. This may be to do with their bodily makeup, eg a small sprinty type horse may prefer a tight track, whereas a big stamina powerful horse mayprefer an open galloping type course.Horses may also demonstrate a partiality for left handed or right handed courses.Weights. This is a big one. In the UK many races are handicapped by way of weights carried by thehorses. So a quality horse is given more weight to carry so it has the same chance as a not so goodhorse.These weights are decided with reference to the horses Official Rating (OR) which is the jockey clubsassessment of how good the horse is. The form student needs to determine whether the OR is equitableand whether the horse is capable of running well under the assigned weight.Rider. Is the jockey having a good run, has he ridden this horse before, how well has this horseperformed with this rider.
    • Trainer. Trainers can be very predictable, consistently doing well in the same types of events and at thesame times of year. If you know your trainer well it is likely that you will know how well he will do intodays race.If you read the betting school in uk Post you can also collect a lot of alternative views and ratings fromso called gurus which can go into the melting pot to help determine your selection.Although I would advise against placing too much significance on the views of others as it is theseindustry opinions that will effect the available price on a selection. When you can wager on a winnerthat has not been highlighted by the press then you are most likely to make your finest profits.To watch a free presentation on the best way to earn money from betting go to http://www.betting-school.com/form for more about the author go to http://www.betting-school.com