Saturday, April 14, 2012

Win at the Dog Track by Losing the Losers

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No matter how much we like handicapping, the more quickly and easily we can do it, the sooner we can get to the track. Of course, we can't just rush through it. What's the point of doing a sloppy job at handicapping and then putting our money on bets we're not sure of?
So, if you're like most handicappers, you take your time and really look at each race. You want to make sure that it's playable and look for dogs that are likely contenders. What if I told you that you're wasting your time, looking for winners in every race?

That's right. There are some races where - even if you find a good looking dog - you can't be sure that it can take on the competition. Why? Well, because there are one or more dogs in that race that you can't figure out. Here's what you need to look for, if you want to save yourself a lot of aggravation, time and money.
When you look over the races on a program, give them a quick scan first, just to make sure that they're worth a closer look. If you see dogs shipping in from another track, dogs with no history that you can see, dogs with a lot of schooling races and few "real" races - pass this race by.
Even if there's a dog in that race that looks like it's much better than all the other dogs, pass the race by. Don't fall for a "dog that can't win" scenario. There's no such thing. If you can't tell enough about the other dogs to really handicap them, there's no way you can really be sure that one of them won't surprise everyone by beating the dog that looks so good.
If you go back over your programs, you'll find that there are a lot of races that you realize you shouldn't have played. You've spent a lot of money on them over the years and they've eaten into your profits and the time that you have to spend on handicapping.
Do yourself a favor. Find these races. See them for what they are - unplayable - and give them a miss. You'll be glad you did, even if a few of them turn out the way you thought they would. It's not worth winning a couple of races, when you have to blow a lot of money on other unplayable races to do it.

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