A Horse Racing System is a set of form based rules revolving around what a horse did at its past starts. For example a system might concentrate on horses that won their last start or were favourite last start. Such a system might also look at a horse's strike rate, weight to be carried, barrier draw, TAB number and so on.
You can benefit from our computerised research which has led us to determine the least risky horse ages, race distances, race venues etc. You can learn what these horse racing criteria are and even apply them manually without a computer by examining our free horse racing systems.
Of the 189 free horse racing systems we provide, 51 come from Bet Selector creator Neale Yardley, 78 from Bet Selector client Kel Stuart and 60 from another client who goes by the pseudonym Drongo.
You can have your free eBook with all these systems in a matter of
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In a major breakthrough, our Bet Selector Gold software which used to cost $450 is now free! It
includes our popular System Selector module for testing systems like those in
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To test systems for upcoming meetings at the click of a button you will need a form download subscription as described on our Form Import page. This gives you all the form you need for every TAB meeting including extras like ratings, selection polls and early newspaper markets which are important for testing horse racing systems.
Most subscribers will take advantage of the free Bet Selector Gold software to automatically pick their horse racing system selections (both your own systems and ours) but many of the 189 free systems can be applied using a newspaper form guide (but why would you when it takes so much longer and you can't even get newspaper form for all meetings 7 days a week).
Note: If you are looking for ideas on betting jockeys check out our Jockey Challenge page.