I’m a total rookie and only just started dipping my toe into the trading world. I’m doing a couple of test beat manually without software. I’ve done a couple of back to lays, one very successful fluke which I just let run as it was a £2 stake at 180 which ended up winning but the other couple lost money. My question is this : this morning I backed music society at 4.1 early this morning expecting it to come in to low 3s by lunchtime with Ryan Moore being on board and it being first itv race. By late morning it has drifted to 4.4. Is it a silly rookie mistake to back horses the night before or very early morning? Thanks in advance.
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travel_vic · On the old show Who Wants to be a Millionaire, one contestant tapped out when the question was asked with 4 options: Who was on the cover of Newsweek, Time and Sports Illustrated all the same week and the options were Muhammad Ali, Mickey Mantle, I think a tennis champion and Big Red...The contestant had no idea and guessed wrong. · 3 hours ago
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man o' war · Oh, New, you haven't been around these parts, have you. Do you not realize saying anything non la la land about Secretariat brings out the nasty pit bull fans of his. They are so worried about their precious horse, that just thoughts of being superseded by Justify, or even the greatest and still the standard no matter how hard they try, lol (and let them know how WE feel), Man O' War, is taboo. That the horse with the stolen nickname isn't going to be outdone by Justify. His connections are on a mission and so that would never happen. Nice try though. And, if they did build a statue, another one of Secretariat would be put up so as to not be outdone!!!!! · 2 hours ago
That failure, however, led to a second period of his career as lucrative as Hong Kong was. He worked with one of his baseball backers to start betting on U.S. horse racing. Parimutuel tracks are scattered around the country, and by the late 1990s it became easier to amass data on a lot of them. The U.S. business took off just as competition began eroding profits in Hong Kong. “There is a golden age for a particular market,” he said, fiddling with a stack of decommissioned casino chips. “When there aren’t many computer players, the guy with the best system can have a huge advantage.”
The Bookmaker needs to make money so they will typically price them at 10/11 or 1.909 in decimals. So if you make 10 bets of £10 each on a Saturday all about 2.0 then probability suggests that 5 will win and 5 will lose. That’s fine if you got 2.0 as you will get back the £100 you started with, however if you have taken 10/11 then you will only get back £95.45.
In Australia, the most famous racehorse was Phar Lap (bred in New Zealand), who raced from 1928 to 1932. Phar Lap carried 9 st 12 lb (62.5 kg) to win the 1930 Melbourne Cup. Australian steeplechaser Crisp is remembered for his battle with Irish champion Red Rum in the 1973 Grand National. In 2003–2005 the mare Makybe Diva (bred in Great Britain) became the only racehorse to ever win the Melbourne Cup three times, let alone in consecutive years. In harness racing, Cane Smoke had 120 wins, including 34 in a single season, Paleface Adios became a household name during the 1970s, while Cardigan Bay, a pacing horse from New Zealand, enjoyed great success at the highest levels of American harness racing in the 1960s. More recently, Blacks A Fake has won four Inter Dominion Championships, making him the only horse to complete this feat in Australasia's premier harness race.
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Awesome Again Stakes (G1) Day - Saturday at Santa Anita, Accelerate won easily in the Awesome Again Stakes (G1) over West Coast. Also on the card, Bellafina won the Chandelier Stakes (G1), Game Winner won the American Pharoah Stakes (G1), Vasilika won the Rodeo Drive Stakes (G1), and Travieza won the Unzip Me Stakes. Get the results, charts, and photos here.
Individual flat races are run over distances ranging from 440 yards (400 m) up to two and a half miles (4 km), with distances between five and twelve furlongs being most common. Short races are generally referred to as "sprints", while longer races are known as "routes" in the United States or "staying races" in Europe. Although fast acceleration ("a turn of foot") is usually required to win either type of race, in general sprints are seen as a test of speed, while long distance races are seen as a test of stamina. The most prestigious flat races in the world, such as the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, Melbourne Cup, Japan Cup, Epsom Derby, Kentucky Derby and Dubai World Cup, are run over distances in the middle of this range and are seen as tests of both speed and stamina to some extent.