In part one we went over how to choose horses by watching soccer, coach and then finished by looking at the horse's shape. By looking at the factors we went over the last time you should have been able to choose some winners.
In this article, I'm going to give you some attempts on how to choose a winner and give you a few things to look for to reduce your choice
The first factor you need to look for is whether any horse has already won the race on that course or at that distance. To do this, you need to look at the right hand of the horses. The letters you will see will be "C & # 39; if the horse has worked on the course before and" D & # 39; if the horse has won the race at the same distance. Sometimes you see "CD" and "# 39, which means that the horse has won the race the same distance that was on this course.
This is very good as a potential choice has already worked very similarly to the competition and there is no reason for that.
One thing to keep in mind when looking at this is that the competition could be of a higher class, which means that the choice is to compete with a better horse that reduces his chances of winning. 19659002] There are plenty more factors to consider when choosing an attractive horse and when looking at a horse racing game [http://www.racing-systems-uk.com] to help you choose a winner.