Dead Cert Horse Racing Tips For Tomorrow
What Are Dead Cert Horse Racing Tips
There are only two dead certainties in life and they are death and taxes and that’s it. I am not trying to be negative here but like horses it is no dead certainty that your horse will cross the finishing line first. We see on Betfair horses getting shinned at decimal odds of 1.02 etc. I can never understand why punters bet or trade at such ridiculous odds. They risk 1000s of pounds for a small return and believe me your boat will come in!
When we look at horse race you can narrow the field down to a few possibilities that could win a horse race. I have never given out dead cert horse racing tips to my customers. I followed the great champion hurdler Istabraq for years and I remember backing him at Aintree April 1998 were he was beaten by a head by Pridwell. The horse Istabraq was 4/7F that day and I thought it was a dead cert horse racing bet. I piled in on hit after my success at the Cheltenham festival back in March, how wrong I was. Let’s put it this way I learned a very big lesson that day.
I believe dead cert racing tips is a bad phrase and is misleading and can lead novice punters astray. These punters will learn eventually via their pocket. A better approach is to apply a logical method to horse racing tips. I apply a strength value of 1 to 10 were 10 is very strong. The value of 10 does not mean that it’s a dead cert racing tip in that it will win.
When I use my horse racing systems I automatically evaluate a horse’s strength and apply a strength value of 1 to 10 to each horse. A value of 5 I would expect the horse to at least finish in the first 3 positions. A value below 5 is usually double figured priced horses which I like betting on. I give a strength value of 6 to 10 to horse tips that are normally priced at decimal odds of 3.0 and below. A horse at evens has a 50% chance of winning so it’s not a dead cert racing tip. I have layed horses in play that get beaten at 1.31.
One final comment do not get sucked into tipping services that offer dead cert horse racing tips.