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Horse Racing Tips

Horse Racing Tips

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Horse racing tips today are advantageous to everyone who desires to have impressive predictions when they gamble their money in betting on the horse racing or steeplechase competition. There are different race classifications and each category features its own rules. There might be some alterations in the guidelines; so that you need to be updated to ensure that you to find out if the new methods are edgier than the old ones.
Horse racing tips today are advantageous to everyone who desires to have impressive predictions when they gamble their money in betting on the horse racing or steeplechase competition. There are different race classifications and each category features its own rules. There might be some alterations in the guidelines; so that you need to be updated to ensure that you to find out if the new methods are edgier than the old ones.

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Call Us Now1300 500 057
 
www.championpicks.com.au
Horse Racing Tips
 
About Us
Professional
- in everything we do whether it's our analysis, ratings and selections, customer service or ethics andhonesty.
Profitable
- it's an indisputable fact that we win as you have seen in our profit graph and results page.
Guaranteed
- either you win money with us or your membership is doubled (applies to packages of 3 months ormore).We have also gathered
written testimonials
from clients.As many in the racing industry would be aware Dynamic Odds sell a number of ratings products through the website, Champion Picks being one of them. We have a business relationship with Champion Picks dating back toearly 2006 and through both my own dealings and more importantly those of clients, have found them to bewhat we would expect from all Ratings Providers: approachable, honest and extremely customer orientated.
David BeggManaging Director
 www.DynamicOdds.com My father was a rails bookmaker on the Gold Coast and I worked for him for many years. Only one in onehundred punters made money over a year, the rest lost, some of them their houses. Champion Picks uses the sameprinciples that bookmakers use, make the odds work in your favour and if you cannot then do not gamble. Theprogram requires you to approach your gambling like a business. This does remove some of the enjoyment of awinning day using your own judgement but it sure as hell beats the feeling of a losing day.
David DwyerMango 4 Office Technology
Hi Dave, another spectacular day on Saturday, thanks mate. Keep up the good work. Your tips have given meanother new balance. You truly have a spectacular system here, I've taken your advice and stuck with the stakingplan, through thick and thin, riding the highs and lows, and I have to say, the disciplined follower of yourprogram will do nothing but prosper.Many, Many Thanks.
Steve P, VIC
 
Some Olympic insights
By. David Duffield
 
ike millions of other Australians I’ve be
en gluedto the box over the last two weeks watchingmany of the greatest athletes in the world
compete at the Olympics. Hopefully you’ve beenenjoying it as well and I also hope if you’ve been
backing the Aussies that you are an each-waypunter.While wa
tching the world’s biggest sporting eventit’s hard not to switch back to a betting perspective
and look at both the similarities and differencescompared to the sport of kings.Here are a few of my thoughts:
Champions rise to the occasion on the big day
Following a defeat in the Jamaican national trials,Usain Bolt had his doubters before the race andactually started at pretty enticing odds. But he hadtimed his preparation to perfection and scored adominant win in the race he really wanted.Some horses are set for one race only andeverything in their lead-up is about having them attheir absolute peak on that day. Clearly BartCummings has been a master at this over manyyears.
It’s all about performing the best on the day, not
who is (potentially or historically) the best in therace. Many current world champions like JamesMagnussen were hot favourites based on the bestform coming into a race, but the only thing thatreally matters is who performs best on the day.
They don’t pay on margins
 Speaking of the missile, many events have been
decided by 1/100 of a second but when we’relooking back the margin doesn’t really matter. The
winner gets the same gold medal as a totallydominant victor.The same applies to racing
 – 
Might And Power,Viewed or Dunaden winning Melbourne Cups by the
barest possible margin doesn’t detract from their
wins whatsoever.
Trainers should train smarter
The Olympics has become a sports science andinformation technology arms race with countries likeGreat Britain and China leading the way andgetting results that validate their efforts.
Horse racing is very different though and I can’t
help but think that many trainers still operate much
like they did 10 or 20 years ago. I’m aware of
small incremental improvements but there is a realopportunity for great advances in the use oftechnology, sports science, nutrition, race planningand more.
Jockeys need to train their mind as much as theirbody
There are many sports psychologists employed bythe various Olympic teams because they understandthe importance of mental preparation and the effectof the mind on raceday performance.Jockeys have to make split-second decisions often
under immense pressure but I’m not aware of many
who get proper training in this area. All elite levelsporting teams such as those in the AFL and NRLhave sports psychologists either on staff or on
contract, but most jockeys don’t s
eem as open-minded to improving their performance above theshoulders.
Go the mighty mare
Michael Phelps will go down as the greatest everOlympian despite losing a few races along the way.It just reaffirms my strong desire for the connectionsof Black
Caviar to continue her racing career. I don’tbuy into the ‘she has to stay unbeaten’ story becauseshe’s already proven her greatness and nothing can
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