2013 Horse Racing Prediction2013 Derby Predictions
Making a horse racing prediction might be fun, but there are a lot of elements to it. Not only must you consider the horse itself, you must also consider the owner, the trainer, the jockey, the farm, the lineage, the track conditions and the weather conditions when you are making a horse racing prediction. Unlike other sports where a bet is basically a prediction of human behavior, making a good horse racing prediction involves making an accurate assessment of several people and a horse, a task that may be complicated, but that is also fun and exciting and has helped make horse racing predictions and betting on horse races something of a national pastime.
Expert horse handicapper Arthur Bodley of 1800-Sports.com has returned for the 2013 horse betting picks season. Over the years, Arthur has made some exceptional predictions. Let's see what he can do for the 2013 Preakness Stakes. "I see an Orb crossing the finishing line first at Pimlico!" exclaimed Bodley. "After seeing his stellar performance in the Derby, right now I have to take him to win this Saturday." Take a look at all the Preakness betting odds and post positions before the running of the 138th Preakness Stakes!
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The first thing you will need to consider is the horse. Because horses don't have long racing careers, you will have relatively little direct information about the horse to base your horse racing prediction on. However, many horses will have insider buzz that you will be able to tap into. You will also have some information on how the horse performed in previous races. In addition, you will also have a good deal of information on each horse's lineage before you make a horse racing prediction.
The next thing you will want to take a look at when you are making a horse racing prediction are the people involved in the race. You will want to look at the history of the farm where the horse lives. You will also want to look at the owners, jockeys, and trainers, especially the latter two. When you look at jockeys and trainers in the annals of horse racing history, you will see the same names pop up over and over again. You should become familiar with the history of the trainers and the jockeys in order to make a good horse racing prediction. The owner of the horse is important too, but mostly because it is the owner (or owners) who decide who the trainer will be and which jockey to hire. Like with all other sports, some owners are an asset while others are a detriment.
Things like weather and track conditions need to be considered. While it is important to match a horse with it's ideal track, like picking a horse with more stamina to win a longer course, this doesn't really give you an advantage over anyone else making a horse racing prediction. The reason for this is that casual bettors can see the weather very easily, but looking into the other areas takes some work. Of course, you will want to take these factors into consideration when making a horse racing prediction, but they won't give you the edge that other factors will.
by Arthur Bodley at 1800-sports.com on May 03, 2013
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