Take a Tour of the Paddock Be. Look at every horse and look for positive or negative signals. Matters like foaming or drooling, odor of excessive perspiration, or nerves in the mouth are worth noting and are negative. Signs are shinny coats, prancing, and a look, bowed and dapples. Watch for any of these signals all the way from the track.3. Check the space of the horses that are race some are better at various distances. Whether its 3 miles or 5 furlongs you have want to know not or whether the stretch will weaken down have time to form. In the form you see.
If it did in a race in a distance that is comparable that’s a good sign. In case the horse hasn’t raced at today’s space recently you need to factor that into your decision and perform more research.4. Examine the form C of the horse means the horse was a winner over this class at some time previously. The D means he was race. If D or C seems a winner over the space of today’s.5.
Who’s the Jockey for the race? If you desire then this is a strong indication that the horse should be considered. Otherwise the horse might not run up to it is potential. At the racing form they’ll compare the jockeys. Some will be more experienced than others. Check out who’ll be riding every horse in a racing field, usually there’ll be riding every horse in a racing field, usually.6. Look at of the favorite Favorites statistically win close to 30-40% of the time. There may be a super favorite. This one can be way above of the rest of the horses in that specific race. There also can be way over the rest of the horses in that specific race specific race. If that occurs be cautious with your selection. If you’re more advanced you might wish to think about a Trifecta or Quinella to get that race.