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How Do Australians Pick Winning Horses?
- Do Your Research on the Race
- Pick The Right Trainer & Jockey
- Study The Race Form Guide
- Look at their past Career
- Check their Racecourse Experience
- Age Of Horse Matters
- Check how much Weight the Horse Is Carrying
- Check the horse’s Pedigree and Health
- Hedge your bets
- Know If The Odds Are In Your Favour or Against you
Where a Horse is Placed in its Campaign
This is an important starting point for any punter because, as in any sport, fitness will dictate at what level an athlete can compete.
And how a horse performs at any campaign stage can be different.
Some horses perform best when fresh – maybe after having one or two trials leading into the preparation – while others take a few runs to reach their peak.
Track and Distance
See a horse that has a terrific track and distance record?
Then it would be no surprise to assume that race has been a target all along for the trainer.
Many horses love 1200 meters at Moonee Valley around a tight bend but struggle up the Flemington straight, and vice versa.
It goes without saying that some horses prefer dry ground, and others relish soft conditions.
So, that should be firmly in your thoughts when doing the form.
A soft 5 differs significantly from a heavy 10, and while a horse might look like it has good wet form, you have to delve deeper into each run.
Shelby Sixtysix is a prime example of a horse who thrived in heavy 9 conditions or worse.
The soft doesn’t necessarily make him faster, but it slows down his opponents while he is able to perform to his best. He ran incredibly in the Sydney autumn of 2022, racing five consecutive Saturdays and winning three races on near-bottomless tracks.
Comparatively, a horse like Duais won the Australian Cup on a good 4 and then won the Tancred at her next start on a soft 6, but when she started $6.50 in a Queen Elizabeth Stakes on a heavy 10, she failed in the conditions.
That race was won by Think It Over, who may have been unplaced in four heavy track runs, but ran very well earlier in the preparation on a heavy 10, beaten just 1.37 lengths in fourth in a Chipping Norton.
Don’t simply look at a heavy or soft track record, but delve deeper into how horses have run in specific races on similar tracks and consider where their fitness was and whether they were at their preferred distances when considering your betting strategies.
Never underestimate what a good jockey can add to a horse’s winning chances, particularly James McDonald or Jamie Kah.
These leading jockeys have their finger on the pulse when finding a winning ride, even if the form guide looks deceiving.
As an example, Madame Pommery was $9.50 when she started in the Group 1 Thousand Guineas. Still, McDonald jumped on the Chris Waller-trained horse and duly saluted despite the filly being well beaten in her previous start.
While it might have been hard on the form to select this runner as your top selection, keeping these horses on side for quaddies and multiples is a must if you want to succeed on the punt.
Jockey/trainer statistics can easily be found at Racing and Sports (and it’s no surprise that McDonald’s has a winning strike rate above 20 percent from more than 1500 rides on Chris Waller-trained horses).
The final piece of the puzzle is class. Is a horse dropping back from group 1 to a sex-restricted grade? Or from a weight-for-age to a handicap?
Gold Trip is a terrific example of a horse who was unlucky but not beaten far in a Cox Plate. He then ran at the handicap level in the Melbourne Cup and showed his class in the testing conditions.
Cascadian is another example of a horse who has performed very well at Group 1 level. Still, he significantly enhances his winning credentials when he drops back to group 2 or group 3 level.
He ran third in a Memsie Stakes and fourth in a Makybe Diva Stakes in the spring, but then dropped to a group 2 Hill Stakes and won, then won again in a group 3 Craven Plate.
Vow And Declare also showed how he could go when dropping from the Melbourne Cup back down to a Zipping Classic in the spring.
At a lower level, mares who compete against the boys at a high benchmark level and then drop back to a lower benchmark level or back to compete against their own sex are terrific betting prospects.
Horse Racing Tips for Tomorrow
While some tipping services offer horse racing tips for tomorrow, it makes no sense to do so; this is due mainly to the climate of Melbourne (always pack a coat, just in case). While we offer some of the best free tips on the market, our professional horse racing tips are tips for today’s racing; a lot can change at a premium horse racing track in 24 hours, so we like to ensure we are giving the best and most logical outcome when serving up our tips for race day.
For example, if we were looking to place tips for Flemington tomorrow and it had been warm and sunny for the past few days, the ground would be less wet, creating a firmer track. However, if there were a massive downpour of rain tonight, it would saturate the track leaving our tips for horses that race well on a firm track struggling to keep up for today’s races.
It is always in our best interests to research the horses in the days leading up to the upcoming racing meets, and then once we know the weather, we can truly understand what the best bets for today are.
Horse Racing Betting Tips
When it comes to horse racing betting tips, we’ve got you covered for every day of the week. Our daily horse racing tips are designed to give you an edge, whether you’re betting on a quiet Tuesday afternoon or the bustling excitement of a Saturday race.
Our Friday horse racing tips are particularly popular, helping punters end the week on a high note. We delve deep into form, track conditions, and jockey performance to bring you the most informed tips.
As the weekend rolls around, our race tips for Saturday, or “race tips Sat” as our regulars like to call them, become the talk of the town as they are sent directly to you so that you don’t have to keep coming back to the website. We understand the importance of these high-profile races and ensure our tips reflect the heightened stakes.
For those interested in regional races, our racing tips for NSW are second to none. We have a dedicated team of experts who specialize in the New South Wales racing scene, providing local and highly targeted insights.
We provide a comprehensive range of tips that will meet any punter’s needs, just like other services such as SEN horse racing tips. We believe in inclusivity and strive to cater to all racing enthusiasts, regardless of their preferred platforms or regions.
And for those looking for that extra edge, our horse racing super tips are just the ticket. These are our cream of the crop selections, the tips that we believe have the highest chance of success. They’re the perfect choice for those looking to make a big splash in the world of horse racing betting.
What Do Our Tipsters Base Their Tips on?
Our team of tipsters all have a passion for the races. Having studied form for many years, they have acquired much information about anything and everything connected with the track. From horses having a good season to those that thrive when the going is hard (or soft) or that always do well in a particular race or track, our team knows exactly what to look out for.
Armed with this information, they study the upcoming race line-ups, identifying those horses that, in their view, are most likely to run a good race. That information, the distillation of decades of racing expertise, forms the basis of our free horse racing tips.
Who is the Best Free Horse Racing Tipster?
Want to know who is Australia’s best horse racing tipster? Of course, we’re going to say we are! Although we have our runs of bad luck, we’ve also managed to predict more than a few winners. We can’t guarantee a win, but punters who follow our free horse racing tips may walk away from the races a few bucks richer.
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Can You Get Rich Off Horse Racing?
We all live hoping for that 100-1 romping home and making us all rich! There have been some amazing horse racing bet wins over the years (like the man who won more than a million dollars from a $28 bet on the Melbourne Cup last year). Unfortunately, these are occasional occurrences rather than everyday events. Whilst unlikely (but not impossible) you’ll hit the big time. Why not register via email or Telegram and receive our horse racing tips to get you started?
How Often Do Horse Racing Tips Pay Off?
There isn’t a hard-and-fast answer to this question, as it depends on many factors. Sometimes tipsters have a good run and come up with a series of winners; on other occasions, another horse will pull it together at the last minute and race away to victory. Ultimately, it’s up to horse racing enthusiasts to use their judgment, alongside the tips, to decide which horse will bring home the bacon.
Here at Kruzey, our experienced racing enthusiasts do their best to give racing tips that may help tip the odds in your favour. Our tips are entirely free and available to all. Sign up and register to receive our tips via email or Telegram.
International Horse Racing Tips
International races are huge! with some of the biggest races in the world coming out of Hong Kong and the United States (dare I mention the Kentucky Derby), but let’s pump the brakes just a smidge. You might have seen “international races” floating around in your searches, and we get it, the allure of the global scene is strong.
But we’re here to tell you, that while those international races are all well and good, our specialty is Aussie racing. We’re experts in the Australian turf, from Randwick to Flemington and all the tracks in between, if we were to offer professional horse racing tips for the Kentucky Derby they would still be better guesses than your average punters, but they wouldn’t be of the same caliber as the local thoroughbred racing tips you know and love so well.
How Should I Use Free Australian Horse Racing Tips?
Horse racing tips are usually the best guesses of people with enthusiasm for and experience in horse racing. They have plenty of background knowledge of the various races and tracks with the performance of many horses and extensive knowledge of the various races and tracks. In addition, tipsters usually have extensive networks of contacts within the world of horse racing. A good tipster will be aware of it if a horse has been doing well in training, for example, or a newcomer that there are positive whispers about. Whilst nobody knows for certain what the outcome of a race will be, tipsters use all the information they have at their disposal to try and predict the most likely outcome.
Regarding how best to use the most profitable horse racing tips, that ultimately comes down to your betting style. Some people follow racing tips; others prefer to use their own judgment. Many of our regulars will place a bet or two using our tips, as they value the knowledge and experience of the tipsters we use. Remember that we offer some of the best FREE racing tips out there. Completely free to whoever needs them, register with our site, and we’ll send you fresh tips via Telegram or email as they come up.
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Horse Racing Statistics
If you want to know the most important and interesting horse racing statistics, take a look at the Horse Racing statistics page, you might be quite surprised at some of the results.
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Horse Racing Tips FAQs
Who has the best horse racing tips?
Kruzey has some of the best horse racing tips in Australia. The question of who has the best horse racing tips varies depending on what horse racing tips you are looking for; where some experts tend to tip their top three odds on favourites for the day, while other expert tipsters will tip roughies.
Who is the best tipster in Australia?
Australia’s best tipster is most likely not known to the public eye. At the same time, many media personalities put their name to their tips when they place well. There is a very good chance that the best tipster in Australia bets privately in the confines of their own home.
What is the smartest bet in horse racing?
What is the most lucrative horse bet? The accumulators are the most profitable horse bets. However, because all of your equine racing wagers need to win (or place if each way) to make an accumulator bet, there’s a smaller chance of you winning. This, however, gives you the greatest payouts due to the higher odds.
How do you pick a winning horse race?
Calm, energetic, and alert horses have a more effective running stride. Look for one with a shiny coat, a nicely arched neck, spring in his step, and an engaged demeanor. Horses excessively sweating or bucking may burn up all their reserve energy before the race and produce an ineffective effort.
Who is the best free horse tipster?
Expert horse racing tipster Michael Kruse from Kruzey.com.au is Australia’s best free horse racing tipster.
How often does the favourite horse place?
Although favourites only come in the first place 30% of the time, they end up in the top three much more often. Recent data suggests that they take one of the top three spots about 60% of the time.
How does a Quadrella work?
A Quaddie (shortened from Quadrella) is a very exotic wager that is extremely popular among gamblers, and in which the bettor chooses the winners of four specified events using any number of picks in each leg. The bigger the race meeting, the larger the Quaddie prize pool.
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