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Online Horse Racing Betting – Beat The Traffic

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 8/13/2012 6:13:13 PM

For many, when exiting a sporting event, one of the key concerns is how to beat the traffic but in racing traffic plays an integral part on outcomes and online sports betting players should aim to improve in evaluating what is perceived as trouble and what is not really trouble.

First off, players have to be sure that certain runners are not just trouble prone. Those with zero speed, tend to bear in or out or those that act up at the gate, came be their own worst enemies.

Also, sports enthusiasts have to watch races intently and not just glob on to what would be obvious to the blind Helen Kellers in the stands.

Everybody can see if a horse gets left at the gate of if he runs up on horses heels but it’s the subtle, hidden trouble that, when identified can pay big horse betting dividends at the windows.

Let’s look at Saratoga recently and then Del Mar and try to sniff out a couple of horses that not only had trouble but also may offer value next time they face the starter.

On the first Sunday of August action at Saratoga Loud Pipes made some noise but will make more and break his maiden shortly. His trainer Mike Maker wins races in bunches generally but is off to a slow start in New York and is due to pick it up.

Pipes faced a repeater in his debut, shipped to Belmont and only had one work, and was just a pop and stop fifth.

At Saratoga he made the lead, went from about the 5 path to the 13 path when carried out to extreme measures by a loose horse, then was just out finished at crunch time.

By super horse Ghostzapper and out of a Spinning World mare, double up on this guy if he stretches out to a distance of ground in next.

The legend of Route 66 is long and true but Rt. Sixty Seven opened up his career at Saratoga in fine style.

The New York-bred may have just been dead short off a smallish work tab to kick off the action at 16-1. He sat about 2 and a half-lengths off the early lead on a sealed sloppy strip, and was tons best of the rest.

Value should be there next time since he hails from an unfashionable barn.

Out West, Ziraili will be looking to make the third time her graduation charm next out. She ran into a runner that won by 8 in the debut, dropped a notch when making the Del Mar debut, but got pinballed on both sides at the break and was not persevered down the lane and will live to fight another day.

Trained by I’ll Have Another’s mentor, Doug O’Neill, Ziraili is out of a stakes placed dam that also dropped a stakes placed runner. With a clean break, it could be a whole new story with this filly next time.

Finding trouble horses is more art than science but online betting sites players can improve with hard work and the ability to delve into races.

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