Horse racing betting systems aren't a magical way to defy the odds and beat the bookies. Systems are designed to use selected/available data to provide horse ratings in a logical and more informed way. The end result, as you will see with Advocate
, is a list of races refined for the system in hand aimed at improving your chances of making money in the horse racing arena.
However......when following systems you should never rely on just one or two systems to reap your rewards. It is advisable to keep a portfolio of diverse systems.
If you follow just one system you are leaving yourself open to losing runs which will inevitably reduce your confidence in that one system.
Most professions require 'tools of the trade' and betting is no exception......betting requires a diverse set of tools (systems) to succeed.
No one is saying that a punter's task is an easy one.
Most systems, for one reason or another, go through cycles and it is a punter's difficult task to decide when to use a particular system and when to give it a rest.
Most systems use core data provided by the past performances of horses. This past data is then used to measure the possible strengths and weaknesses of horses in a current day's race.
This is all a system can do for us and we must remember that the past is no guarantee of the future. A system, in itself, cannot go to the paddock for us to determine the 'condition' of a horse on a particular day.
A betting system is only one side of the story and once you determine possible winners, or losers if you are lay betting, you will need a staking plan and/or method to follow your bets through to winning bets.
A staking plan is a method to determine how much money should go on each bet. Selecting or devising a staking plan can prove to be a subject in its own right and something we cannot cover here.There are hundreds of different staking strategies and approaches, but ultimately the aim is to find a staking strategy that will provide the best returns and reduces the risk of losing your bankroll.
A good staking plan can show a profit, when Level Stake Betting does not. However, when selecting or devising a staking plan of your own make sure that such a plan does not take you out of your comfortable betting zone should you encounter a losing run; this can happen if you use 'loss chasing' plans.
You Are Not The One Who Has To Work Hard......Our Advocate software will do the data analysis for you.
All of the difficult stuff is done behind the scenes.