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The list could go on and on, but this gives you a rough idea, try to use only factors that you understand and more importantly use factors that you believe are important to outcome of race. Also may be worth avoiding big fields where possible. I prefer eight or nine runners. Ideally you want regular jockey on board and some sort of recent success.
Go for as higher class race as is on offer for that day, as better class, more consistent they are likely to be.
Handicaps are a nightmare to try and work form out on unless you pick up on one that has just won its first comfortably and you can follow till it loses.
If a selection runs well but doesn't win, dont give up on it, consider following it again, especially if it keeps same pilot. And finally once you have chosen your pick, watch markets to see if you are not alone in your choice. Hope that helps a little & Good luck
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