Uk Horse Racing -Backing Favorites

Written by Dave Renham


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5. Horses having their first or second run ofrepparttar season perform much more poorly than horses that are having their 5th, 6th or 7th start ofrepparttar 149079 season.

As with point 3, this should not be a major surprise, but there is a bigger difference inrepparttar 149080 profit/loss figures than one might imagine.

Horses that are having their first or second run ofrepparttar 149081 season - strike rate 8.2% for a loss of 41%.

Horses having their 5th, 6th or 7th run ofrepparttar 149082 season - strike rate 10.2% for a loss of 25.3%.

6. Beaten favourites are generally poor investments, but ifrepparttar 149083 horse starts favourite again then their chance of winning increases considerably.

Horses that were beaten favourites last time out and do NOT start favourite on their next start - strike rate 11.5% for a loss of 18.6%.

Horses that were beaten favourites last time out and DO start favourite on their next start - strike rate 34.2% for a loss of just 5.4%.

7. Backing horses that run at Ripon that had previously ran at either Catterick or Wolverhampton (aw) are poor investments .

Only 23 horses from 601 runners have won at Ripon having run last time out at Catterick. That equates to a strike rate of only 3.8%, and produced a loss of nearly 65% !! Only 11 horses from 245 runners have won at Ripon having run last time out at Wolverhampton (aw). That equates to a strike rate of only 4.5%, and produced a loss of nearly 61% !!

8. Horses that won their last ran and travel from overseas are worth consideration.

Backing last time out winners coming from overseas have made an overall profit inrepparttar 149084 17 years of study. 90 winners from 464 runners produced a strike rate of 19.4% and a profit on investment of 9.6%.

Dave Renham is a uk horse racing and Betting Researcher.

Find out more at http://www.Drawn2Win.co.uk and http://www.PunterProfits.com


Tips For Correcting A Golf Slice

Written by Gary Gresham


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The best way of correcting a golf slice caused by your grip is roll your hands back so that your non dominant back hand facesrepparttar target and your dominant back hand facesrepparttar 148855 opposite direction. Practicerepparttar 148856 proper golf club grip atrepparttar 148857 driving range to determine if this is what's causing you to slicerepparttar 148858 ball. Take your time and make small adjustments to your grip. Even though a proper golf club grip seems simple, it is one ofrepparttar 148859 most common ways of correcting a golf slice. Correct Golf Swing Mechanics Correct golf swing mechanics is another cure for correcting a golf slice. A proper golf backswing starts with your hands, is immediately followed by your arms and shoulders all in one smooth motion. A proper golf downswing begins with your hips, keeping your eyes onrepparttar 148860 ball and your head behindrepparttar 148861 ball as you follow through. Once you practicerepparttar 148862 correct golf swing mechanics, you'll be amazed at how quick you will lower your golf score. Becoming a good golfer is a matter of practicing and playing on a regular basis while developing good habits. Small changes can often make a big difference in your score. Once you practice correcting a golf slice you'll soon be hearing, "great shot!"

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