For the latest form from UK racing then visit http://www.racingpost.com
Another good site is http://www.williamhill.com
UK Horse Racing Major Meetings
This is a list of the major meetings during the UK flat season.
Newmarket 1000 & 2000 Guineas meeting
Epsom English Derby meeting
Doncaster St Leger meeting
Ayr Gold Cup meeting
The British Horse Racing System
The Britsh Horse Racing System is easy to apply using the racingpost.com website or the Racing Post paper. The rules are;
1-All horses to be backed must have raced within rthe previous 15 days.
2-All horses to be backed must have won at least one race during the current season.
When there are two or more horses that meet this criteria as there will be at various times during the season then preference will be for the horses with the best current season win-rate. A horse with a 50% winning rate for the season is preferred over one with say a 25% win rate for the season.
The Professional Betting System
This is a system for all types of races. The rules are as follows;
1-All horses to be backed must have raced within the previous 15 days.
2-Must have any of the following forms; 11, 21, 31, 41, 51, 12, 22, 32, 42, 13, 23, 33, 14, 24.
3-All horses to be backed must have raced at least twice within the previous 42 days.
THE THIRSK SYSTEM
Back horses drawn 1-6 in 6 furlong races at THirsk providing that the track is good or good to soft.
Back course and distance winners in selling races.
In Group or listed races, note horses that have been at least 10 horses home in their last 3 starts.
20/1 STAYING LONGSHOTS
In small, low class staying races back the rank outsider of the field each way.
When at least half of the field in a maiden 2-year-old race are unraced then back the longest priced horse that has raced each-way.
BEAT 10 HOME
Back any horse that has raced within the previous 15 days and finished unplaced but beat at least 10 runners home last time out. Note unplaced for the purpose of this system is not in the first 3.
National Hunt System
In National Hunt Meetings that are run during the busy Flat season, take note of jumpers who have raced on the flat recently. Such horses are often underestimated by the betting public as they rely on the National Hunt Form Figures as pu blished by the daily newspapers. The Racing Post in the UK will indicate horses that raced on the flat recently such as (18f) which means the horse raced on the flat 18 days ago.
Take not of any horse that has raced over hurdles recently and is now on the flat. Such horses sometimes win at very long odds