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Winning Systems: Changes of race distance

In his latest blog for attheraces.com, Dr Peter May discusses how finding improving horses are important to making his punting profitable. In this particular piece, the variable of horses improving for stepping up in trip is assessed.

Winning systems: Unexpected winners

In his latest piece for attheraces.com, Peter May takes a look at unexpected winners in horseracing and how they fair on their next starts within different selected frameworks.

Flat Racing - The Rise of the Handicaps

In his latest blog for attheraces.com, Dr Peter May assesses the rise of handicap races on the flat over a 20 year period and gives his thoughts on the findings.

The Early Flast Season

In his latest update Dr Peter May looks at profit-finding angles for the start of the 2016 Flat season including in maiden races.

Profiling the Cheltenham Festival

Dr Peter May turns his attentions towards the Cheltenham Festival looking at Race Profiles over a ten-year period, unearthing profitable angles regarding a horse's break, days since a last run, how it fared last time out plus official ratings.

Utilising the Betting Forecast

In his latest blog for attheraces.com, Dr Peter May assesses using betting forecasts from various racing services to see if profit from betting can be made.

  • Fate of favourites on the All-Weather

    Fate of favourites on the All-Weather

    In his latest blog for attheraces.com, Dr Peter May assesses statistics covering races run on the artificial surfaces with specific focus on the market leaders.

  • Jump Racing Drifters

    Jump Racing Drifters

    In this second part on horses who drift in the betting market, Dr Peter May takes a look at the trends behind such runners in jump races.

  • Flat Racing Drifters

    Flat Racing Drifters

    In his latest update, Dr Peter May looks at horses in Flat races that drift in the market and whether they offer a path to profit for statistically-minded punters.

  • Course Absences

    Course Absences

    In his latest blog, Peter May revisits a once reliable system relating to horses returning to the track after a short break.

  • Nurseries

    Nurseries

    In his latest update, Dr Peter May looks at the betting trends behind two-year-old handicaps, commonly known as nurseries, and highlights some routes to profit for punters.

  • Distance and Going Winners

    Distance and Going Winners

    The focus this time is on distance and going winners with the aim of establishing whether these attributes impact on the chance of success and, more importantly, the profit and loss figures.

  • Course Winners

    Course Winners

    A previous course win is viewed by most race analysts as a positive factor, and it does seem a logical deduction to make.

  • A systematic approach to Betting: Why use Systems?

    A systematic approach to Betting: Why use Systems?

    Systems are an integral part of betting. Whether it is horseracing, football, casino games or the National Lottery, if there’s money bet on the outcome of an event then someone, somewhere, will have a system which, it will no doubt be claimed, is guaranteed to make a profit.

  • A systematic approach to betting: Developing Systems

    A systematic approach to betting: Developing Systems

    Systems are a very popular betting method for horseracing. The number of variables associated with each of the runners provides an almost infinite number of combinations which can be analysed with a view to making a profit.

  • A systematic approach to betting: When to Bet

    A systematic approach to betting: When to Bet

    An important issue that needs considering prior to implementing any system is bet placement. Historically a bettor’s choice was limited to betting on course or with a handful of High Street Bookmakers. However, all this has completely changed in recent years due mainly to the increased popularity of the internet.

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