Handicapping the ดูคลิปโป๊ฟรีweekend must be done differently from week to week. It’s never enough to handicap just the horses and to evaluate each runner in a race. While you get a few good secondislink bets each day and often enough to make a profit while at the races or OTB, losing streaks and other factors make a handicapper’s job more difficult.
On some days when we go and handicap a race we find something that we have overlooked ดูหนังavduring the week. On others we come back with the whole thing crunched and the decision is automatically made based on better information. It is often said that it is the “mental” that beats the “physical”.
But in the case of week-end racing, the “mental” horse player beats the “physical” horse player, but sometimes the “mental” horse player runs out of steam. On other days he or she is making his or her way to the track after theดูavซับไทย races and makes the final handicapping decision. In the final standings, the mutiny of the erring handicapper makes the difference.
On a hot, humid, Florida day last weekend, I ดูหนัง hdlearned a lesson. Several races were Organization and Other races, in a stakes race meaningless for purse value except for the fancy due to the tremendous odds on the favorite, were staged and handicapped by Jockey Club appraisers from starting positions. I had been handicapping the races and making my picks (11/12 odds) on them as the main event.
The race for 3 year olds andดูหนังออนไลน์ฟรี up, for three year olds and up, for three year olds and up, for three year olds and up, was guaranteed to be won by the horse that touched the rail first or the one who came from off the pace in the first quarter mile or at least had an early speed factor of at least 10 with the lead at first call. The favorite was being held back by Jockey Club Favorites atopes on the rail.
We had the race in three parts: a first quarter by a liberal pace; a first half with a couple of allowances; and a main event, Reached 1:10 to 1:20 with about seven furlongs to go and all set. Punching out the combinations quickly, I got a glance on the clock. I had 40 larvae plus a few of the newdfs and just enough toget in for the afternoon.
I had just started and was feeling bumper in the tires and couldn’t stand the thought of another long drive. Anxious to get something to eat, myOB weighing 600 lb suddenly turned a rail and I saw a mad dash of several horses, one charging, then another whooping, a third whooping, another whooping, as they flew down the stretch. The rail going fastest implied a race to save the lead so the fastest horse was lauded for covering the first two calls on the rail.
Several people looked at me, at each other, then at the horse trainer, as if to ask, “What in the worldsnow you been thinking up, kid?” I didn’t know what to make of it and couldn’t discern any difference between the distance and his normal race. There was no apparent order and rhythm to the sweaty, greenroomour barn, and it definitely kept one wondering what the trainers and riders were anticipating. The trainer was trotting around the track and limping all over it, having apparently been involved in an accident with a barn pole, but said nothing about any particular horse. I figured that was a matter for the trainers to handle and wished them the best of luck. I opted not to place a bet on his horse.
After seeing several other nice priced exactas, I finally settled for a nice $3 exacta, even though it was a horse I hadn’t seen before and wasn’t sure if I wanted to place a wager on it. The problem with inf bible betting, though, is that you never know what the horse will really run. I hope I have prepared sufficiently for nine races in the exotic betting pools.