Epsom Handicap Form Guide

2017 Epsom Handicap Results

  • 1st: #1 Happy Clapper
  • 2nd: #9 Tom Melbourne
  • 3rd: #13 Snitzon

Each Sydney Spring Racing Carnival the $1 million Group 1 Epsom Handicap (1600m) attracts a star studded field of milers, and one of the best ways to pick the winner of the classic is to consult the Epsom Handicap Form Guide.

Punters can find an Epsom Handicap form guide at all top online bookmakers including Ladbrokes.com.au, but the difficulty can be in understanding how to read the guide. This article will provide you with all the information you need to know how to make the best decisions based on the Epsom Handicap form guide.

2017 Epsom Handicap Form Guide

The official Epsom Handicap 2017 Form Guide will be available below the week of the race, so stay tuned for all the facts & stats to guide your Epsom Handicap betting this spring.

Which Epsom Handicap Form Guide To Use?

While online bookmakers will doubtless provide their own Epsom Handicap form guide prior to the event, newspapers and horse racing websites will also offer guides to help out punters. These guides, however, are limited by page space, and won’t give you the in-depth analysis on each horse that an online bookmaker can provide.

The Internet has made so many things quicker and simpler, and horse racing betting has benefited immensely from online gambling’s popularity. While an average newspaper guide has limited space for analysis, online bookmaker guides are able to go into great detail, as well as provide you with the option to back your favoured horses immediately.

The Epsom Handicap form guide details all the crucial information you need to place a winning bet on the mile classic including: saddlecloth numbers, jockeys, trainers, barriers, lead-up runs, track / distance records and the Epsom Handicap weights allocated to each horse in the field.

How To Read An Epsom Handicap Form Guide

The general outlay of a form guide will be similar across the board, but depending on which online bookmaker you are using for your Epsom Handicap form guide, you may be privy to more statistics-based analysis, or intricate information on the history of each horse.

The one factor that is common throughout all form guides, however, is terminology. If you aren’t familiar with Epsom Handicap form guide terminology and abbreviations, then make sure that you understand the common terms used before placing a wager. The terminology can range from Saddlecloth Number, which denotes the number of the horse that you will be betting on, to Pedigree, which will inform you of the sire and dam of the horse, as well as suggesting whether the horse is genetically suited to the Epsom Handicap.

Previous Race Results

Over the years, online bookmakers have been able to evolve their racing guides around their users. Perfecting the craft is a continual process, but these days you will find that sites like Ladbrokes.com.au offer an Epsom Handicap form guide unmatched by any other. The ability to go into extreme detail on every horse, their previous races, and the odds offered is a quality that online bookmakers thrive on.

At an online bookie, you won’t just find race results, but thorough reports and predictions as well. For punters looking for a detailed Epsom Handicap form guide, signing up to a top online bookmaker is the only way to guarantee you will have every available betting tool at your disposal.

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