Horse Racing Betting Systems

Horse racing betting systems are a means of gambling devoid of the need to use your brain. Some professional gamblers don’t believe in them, but I make use of both horse racing betting systems & method styles of gambling, although you may possibly argue that a method is in a way a system, a method tends to be flexible, a system is not.

I provide free horse racing betting system qualifiers, and also run a private membership service. If you’re new to gambling, it is advised you start with only 1-3 systems that suit you, taking into account the SR (strike rate), ROI% (return on investment), and number of qualifiers.

Once you’ve got your brain around using a system, and have won a bit of cash you can then add another system. Only do as many horse racing systems as your Betting Bank can handle though. The least possible I suggest for a betting bank is £50 for Win bets, and £100 for lays. Never start with more than £200 until you have proven you can profit with small amounts first.
You back a system qualifier whether it is 100/1 or 1/100, and you back it with the exact stake according to your selected staking plan. To diverge in anyway results in the system becoming a method, and will likely result in a loss, so in straightforward terms; if you pick and choose system qualifiers, then you have made it flexible, so it is no longer a system.

Never expect a system to generate instant profits, they are statistically likely to go into negative equity when you first start, until the bank builds up and stabilises over time. There is no fast means in gambling of getting rich, I spend 10hrs+ a day, 365 days a year, and I’ve been a Pro for over 10 years. It’s more than a full-time job, and if you don’t have the passion for it, you’ll struggle to win no matter what gambling service you use. I wouldn’t replace what I do for anything.

The majority of gamblers go from one betting service to another looking for quick profits, and at the end of the year having spent a fortune, they have lost a fortune, and start the New Year ready to repeat it all again!

The thing to remember with a horse racing betting system is that each qualifier has an equal probability of winning, despite what the bookmaker price is, they do get it wrong, and proven profitable systems allow you to take advantage of this.

From my experience I can give Person A the same qualifiers as Person B, yet Person A can produce long term profits while Person B keeps losing and moves on to the next tipster! Why? Because 50% of making money from betting is down to staking and bank management, if you do not understand how to deal with that part, you will be Person B.  

+Methods Betting+

A method bet is a selection that you pick manually either from your expertise, race watching, paddock watching, etc. Do not follow newspaper tipsters they are employed to select a horse in every race, which is not how you bet, you should be selective, and learning all the racing aspects yourself gives you an advantage over the crowd who go along with the newspaper tips.
My foremost method betting is by race watching, I never use 3rd party information, and with the amount of racing on television it’s easy to get the hang of it these days armed with a recorder.

You can go into heaps of detail with method bets, F/c (forecast) price, handicap rating, postmark, speed rating, form, etc, but you can do too much, and it’s paramount to keep what works as uncomplicated as you can.

If you’re new to this kind of gambling, begin with something uncomplicated, such as favourites in flat maiden & novice hurdle/chase, and take it from there. This will ensure a decent SR even if you don’t profit at first.

Always note down each bet you do, even if it’s just for fun. In fact keep fun bets in a different list and betting bank, and you’ll soon see how much this fun is costing you.

When picking your own horses, take no notice of pundits or what they write in the newspapers. 99% of them are not Pro-punters, and they will influence your choice, usually towards a loser.

I get the Racing Post daily, but never read the race previews, or tips of any kind.

Even with method betting you require a staking plan, and betting bank. Without them you will fail.

Professional Gambling Betting Secrets

Many people who want to make money from betting on horse racing, may already be capable of it with out knowing, others may just need a little fine tuning to make it possible.

As many of you already know, I generally supply between a 25-65% strike-rate on most of my horse racing systems and method bets.

First of all I would like to stress the need for a betting bank and a staking plan.

If you place level stakes on your horses from the day you get paid, to the day your money runs out without a betting bank, and a proper staking plan in place, then you are probably increasing the bookies holiday fund!!

Having a betting bank and staking system does one of a number of things;

It ensures you always have money to bet with, so you don’t miss out on that 33/1 winner because your broke, when the day before you had £20 on a 1/3 loser!!

It ensures you make the most of higher priced winners, but do not have a fortune on them, as they win less often, hence the higher odds.

You always know how much the total loss is over a long-term if everything goes pear-shaped.

It help you realise were you are going wrong with your selections, if the bank decreases over the long-term.

If it is profitable, your stakes increase with the betting bank, and eventually allows you to deduct an income off it, when the betting bank is large enough. Remember, a withdrawal from your betting bank, is equivalent to a few losers, so you must ensure you only take out what you know you will recover.

Now for the point of when to increase or decrease stakes.

Two option are available for this:

If your initial betting bank of £100 reaches £200+ then, and only then do you increase stakes by the amount you set at the start, probably 3%. After that, repeat the same rule as above, every time your betting bank DOUBLES.

The opposite applies when you betting bank halves in value, this ensures a losing run is handled, and you should never lose your initial bank.

You increase by 3% (or less) after each bet. Sometimes due to work, this may not be possible so adjusting at the end of each day is fine, just say consistent.

These two way of managing a staking plan ensure you are never betting out of your limits, and also helps you to get used to using bigger stakes.

You continue with the above until the day you pass on to the Nether World!! You obviously have to put a cap on what your MAXIMUM BETTING will be if you are ever lucky enough to reach it, otherwise stakes will get out of hand.

Also when you put a cap on the betting bank, anything over that at the end of each month is yours to spend freely.


You should not really withdraw from you betting bank until you have at least a few grand, and never take more than the equivalent of 20% per year, preferably less. Remember, the less you take out at the beginning, the quicker your bank will grow, the sooner you can make a reasonable withdrawal.

With this kind of staking plan their are few worries during a losing run. You should always have the money to bet with.

If you ever get the urge for a fun/multiple/stupid bet!!! Pay for it out of your own pocket, not the betting bank, and put a minimum stake on it. Try not to do this though, although even I do it occasionally, I’m human, not perfect!! I would advise that if you must do fun bets, then run a seperate betting bank for them, this will help educate you.

I wish you luck, and hope this site helps you on your way to greater returns than you have had in the past. Please post any questions on the Forum. That way we can all help each other.

You’ll find much more information including staking plans, system, etc, by joining the Win2Win Membership.

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Betting Tip 12 – Handicappers in Group Races

Winning handicappers running in Group company! Form looks solid doesn’t it. But be warned, it is a very big gap between handicap, and Group company. I’d say less than 5% actually make the jump to any amount of success, so if you can’t get 20/1+ for your horse, let it run without your money. The one’s that do win, are at such short prices, you will never recover your losses.

Now some do make the jump, but they are few and far between. You will only get a handful that improve enough during the season to successfully make the jump up in class.