· Give an extra point
to an experienced jockey on longer distance races (over a mile). A jockey's
ability assumes greater importance as the distance increases. Most apprentices
are capable to break a horse fast, which is very good in sprint races, and the
majority of their wins are usually accomplished under such circumstances. However,
in route races (distance of longer than 1-1/8 miles) they usually do not fare
as well. This is not necessarily because they are lacking in basic ability but
because they are lacking in the experience needed to properly gauge the pace
of a race. An experienced jockey can enable a front-running sprinter to perform
as well in route races.
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· Also, give an extra point to an experienced jockey on hurdle racing
than on flat racing. A jockey's ability becomes even more important in hurdle
racing because no matter how fast the horse is if the jockey falls off or the
horse pulls up, the race for that horse is over. There is not even a possible
second or third place.
· It is best not to replay your winnings, at least not immediately. If
you want to be in control, you must put back in your pocket some or most of
· Do your homework before signing up to an online racebook. Four important
things you should look for in a racebook: Are they members of a known Gambling
Association? How quick do they pay out? How accessible is their customer service?
What happens when there is a dispute?