Vertical wagers are some of the most exciting, and potentially lucrative, bets throughout a racing card. Part 1 of this series was focused on explaining what they were. I will take the next step in this piece.
In Part 2 of our Introduction to Workouts series, we’ll discuss three important factors handicappers should keep in mind when analyzing workouts.
Workouts are a key component of horse racing. Morning training sessions are used to prepare equine athletes for afternoon competitions.
The popularity of multi-race plays has ascended rapidly in recent years, and the growth of them doesn’t appear to be slowing down, either. Part 1 of this segment was focused on explaining what horizontal wagers were and how to implement them into your betting practices. I will go a step farther in this piece.
Wagering on vertical exotics gives handicappers various options to make investments in a single race. Here is what vertical wagers entail.
While the win-place-show model has been in place for some time, the recent growth of exotic wagers can be confusing to both the novice and newcomer.
Betting maiden races can be a challenge for inexperienced bettors. With little to analyze, how do you decide which horse is ready to win?
Wagering on horse racing is not an easy task. And what presents an even more difficult assignment to many is how to bet on first-time starters.
The Pick 5 is one of the best wagers on the menu at Churchill Downs. With its low 15% takeout and $0.50 minimum, it’s good for beginners and experts alike.
Interested in placing some Australian racing wagers? TwinSpires offers handicapping products to help you decipher the mysteries of Australian racing.
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