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Horse racing betting systems are used by thousands of punters across the country eager to improve their chances of winning a bet. For many, it involves using maths whereas others analyse the race statistics and use this information to determine which horses to bet on. Mathematical systems are often harder to use in racing and are more suitable for casino betting.
Using an analytical system where the punter analyses the jockeys, horses, racetrack, weather conditions and previous performances is a much more suitable method. Like all betting systems, this one does not claim to have 100 per cent accuracy however it does ensure the punter has more information and knowledge before entering the betting markets.
What you need to remember is that if you are serious about making money, then you are not betting on a race because you want a certain horse to win, you are betting to make the most amount of profit you can. A popular betting system is to back the favourites of the race. The punter must decide how much they want to win on a single day and then they must alter their bets accordingly by backing the most tipped horse in each race. This is just one of millions of betting systems available.
For many novice punters, coming up with a betting system can be difficult and as a result there is now a huge demand for betting software. Racing software has two functions, it can either provide punters with expert betting tips or it can predict the winner of a race. The purpose of this software is to help you win a race.
But does this software work? This depends on you as the punter. No company or strategist claims to have 100 per cent accuracy and with the number of different racing systems available, one does have to question if they work. Although it would be great if there was a quick and easy way to make money on horse racing, this is sadly not the case.
What this software can do however is provide you with inside information into the race which is provided by people who spend their lives analysing the hundreds of horse races held in Australia each year. Each system can have a different purpose, whether it be helping punters determine which bets to place on the TAB or to provide tips on the most promising horses for a race.