If you're losing more than you're working on a dog card, maybe it's time to step back and take a long and hard view of your methods. And if you're not using a method, then it's time to think about what you do when you go on the track.
Betting without organizing is a game of fools, although even the best holders enter it once in a while. But if it's more than once for you, it's pretty sure you'll lose more than you win and it's no fun.
So, if you want to work continuously, you need to be disabled permanently. You need a system – whether you come up with yourself in time – or someone else has come up with over time. In both cases, the system needs to be experienced and true, not something your brother's brother suggested about beers in the backyard.
Greyhound handicapping is a very difficult art. Greyhounds do not have jockeys, so when they get out on the track, it's all instincts, speed and running smarts. The only way you can continually choose a winner on the dog board is to watch thousands of races and notice what important factors indicate that a dog is ready to perform in this particular competition and then bet the race properly.
If it sounds like what you're doing and you're going home with a deeper wallet than you did, put your pat on your back and keep what you're doing. But if you're not getting into a disability even after many trips on the track, consider listening to Albert Einstein.
Einstein said: "Psychology is doing the same thing again and expecting a different outcome." That's what you're doing when you continue to make the same mistakes over and over again, pick numbers or listen to other people or luck to help you choose dogs.
There are books about greyhound handicapping. There are greyhound handicapping conferences on the Internet. There is just no reason to continue losing all the information out there. So if you want to work continuously, improve your talent and take some time and effort in learning craft arrest greyhound.
Watch as many additions as you can. Look at the replays of the races you play and when you do, do not just watch the dog you bet. Look at the other dogs and try to get an overview of how the race was playing.
If your dog worked, look at what used it. If it is lost, try to see how his running style or running style of other dogs prevented it. Do not forget about the status of your mail. Did you have a good email? If it did, check it so that you can play the dog when he runs that post again.
Read, watch, listen to people who are good holders. All this is what will make you a much better handicapper and winner on the dog card.