There are angles and tips that can help you find the best bet in horse riding. You still have to be disabled. Using an angle or a disability indicator makes much more sense but starts out without a schedule or system and just stirs after looking at the situation in the program and tries to figure out which horse is a good bet.
The only way to know that a horse is a good bet is to know the horse's ability to work and finally the odds. The odds of almost zero minutes to send must be done because the final odds are unknown until the race is locked and no more bets can be made. The calculation of probability in comparison with the payout or the probability of a point is the first horse race. Estimate the horse's ability to work and turn it into a picture.
For example, if the horse would win one in four races then the odds are 1 out of 4. Comparison that a horse is a broken bet would be 3-1 and pay 8 $. A basic bet of $ 2 per four races is $ 8.
A good corner is looking for a favorite that has never worked on the track, surface or distance before. If you can find a horse in the race that is very good and it has done what you are asking for it could be a good bet. The "be there done it," a good horse often works when it faces a favorite that is still untested. Remember, the key is to find a good bet, not necessarily the horse most likely to win.
Another tip is avoiding races with too many unknown factors. For example, turf driving with a few horses who have never competed in the turf may provide too many opportunities for striking a horse that is surprising when it comes to grass. Also, maiden races should be avoided at the start of the day. They are unknown and can be a surprise in price.
A good angle is playing the pace horses in the marriage when it's not started for the first time or big drops in the class. An example of a big group fall is a horse escaping to being offenders from the special weight teams. It's perhaps the best bet in racing, if the odds are correct.