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One of the most popular ways to bet on sports is through the point spread. If the Seattle Seahawks are favored by 4 points against the Minnesota Vikings, Seattle must win by 5 for a Seahawks bettor to win his or her wager. Minnesota backers would win if the Vikings win, or even if they lose as long as it’s by 3 points or fewer. A final margin of exactly 4 points for Seattle is considered a push, meaning the bets are refunded.
2018 Tampa Bay Derby Day - Longshot Quip won the Tampa Bay Derby (G2) by a length over Flameaway and favorite World of Trouble. Also on the card, Andina Del Sur won the Florida Oaks (G3), Fourstar Crook won the Hillsborough Stakes (G2), War Story won the Challenger Stakes, and Gidu won the Columbia Stakes. Get the results, charts, and photos here.
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.
Historically, equestrians honed their skills through games and races. Equestrian sports provided entertainment for crowds and displayed the excellent horsemanship needed in battle. Horse racing of all types evolved from impromptu competitions between riders or drivers. The various forms of competition, requiring demanding and specialized skills from both horse and rider, resulted in the systematic development of specialized breeds and equipment for each sport. The popularity of equestrian sports through the centuries has resulted in the preservation of skills that would otherwise have disappeared after horses stopped being used in combat.