Posted: 6/1/2011 12:49:18 PM
Greyhound Handicapping & Trifecta Wagering. June 1, 2011. 1st race today at Palm Beach Kennel club. #2. is the obvious choice. This is one of those races where if he finishes 2nd you can get a big payout for this $28 Wager. ** Play 2/68/68137 68/2/68137 2/137/68 and 137/2/68 for $28
I would like to talk about greyhound handicapping & betting. To start with there are several factors that you need to study on each race. Those factors are Early Speed, Post Position, Time -> configured with DTV(Daily Track Variant). Late Speed & Class ( this can be determined many ways, for example, % of in the money finishes). Far and away, the most important of these is Early Speed. Perhaps on a 15 race card I may be able to pick 2-5 races to bet. I post my picks on my website on Saturday night and occasionally any day I map post free picks. It is free! Check it out at my FREE PICKS SITE the picks for now are at the Palm Beach Kennel Club. I play early speed. When I KNOW (you can never know 100% of the time but you strive for it nonetheless) the dog will get the lead that's when I will bet a race. I bet trifectas and superfectas. I bet my dog in the win and place positions. For example tri part wheel 1/23/23456 & 23/1/23456 & 1/456/23 & 456/1/23. This costs $28. Conditions to win on this trifecta betting system: Your KEY dog must win or place, one of your 2nd or 3rd picks must come in the money and your 7th & 8th picks must not finish in the trifecta. This has been a successful trifecta wagering system for me for many years! My $1 Superfecta betting costs me $72 per race/bet.
The 2nd most important thing is: DISCIPLINE!! You must have it. I will go to Rockingham Race Track in Salem, NH to play the dogs and sometimes on the card of 15 races I may only have 1 or 2 bets. That's it. I only play those 2 races. Most people cannot sit with all the action going on and not bet, but if you want to win, and who doesn't? then you must have the discipline to not bet those other races. The simple truth is the majority of races are just too close to call. There are 8 dogs in a race so your natural odds of your dog coming in 1st are 12.5% and to finish 1st or 2nd is 25%. You're doing extremely well if you can manage 33% or more over the long run. My current stats, you can see on the website, is 71.4%!!! I post my selections for Sunday's on Saturday.
If you check out the website leave me a message - let me know what you think I could approve upon, suggestions or advice also is appreciated. If you are going to the dog track - I WILL help you. On the website, its only 2 weeks old or so, is a contact page. If you would like personal advice on any track I will help as long as I have adequate time ( enough notice). I check my email every morning and I check it on this site too.
In the interest of being honest I would like to address this: You may ask the question: What's in it for me? The answer is this: I need to get a following and links to my site. I will be going to a fee based service if I can't get enough customers to click on ads. At this time I have only 1 advertisement on the site it's for free website hosting and it's the actual service I use for my website. If you click on it and at least sign up for a free website then I get $5 for each person that does. I am hoping to get enough visitors so that the website will support itself. You can help by clicking on such advertising so that I may keep the site as is...FREE PICKS!!
I have written some articles about greyhound handicapping. I will be posting links to these articles on my site soon. Those interested in greyhound handicapping & wagering please post. I haven't seen much on this subject on this site. I would like to see more. The site is greyhounds.net84.net