How do I use Group Horse Daily?

Jamie Anderson


*Disclaimer: We're legally required to state that there is no guarantee of specific results. The amount of money that you will make is dependent on the time and effort that you put in. Results can vary.

An Insight to Group Horse Daily  

Firstly, take a look at this page Group Horses 2017 which details the horses and trainers of interest. You will notice that each horse name is followed by a code(s) presented as number(s) or letters (e.g. BR, LA, RW, BY, HN..). This information is forwarded by trainers big and small throughout the Flat racing season and identifies given races which the horse may run. This helps identify top-notch two-year-old colts and fillies.  Please take a moment to review this information here at Significant Entries page. Horses may gain entries throughout the season. You will note that some horses have just one entry while others have a string of entries.   

When Is A Horse Most Likely To Win?

In general, the horses with the most entries are best. You will see some have a string of entries. These are particularly noteworthy. The significance of any given entry is dependent on the trainer.  

Horses are most likely to win on their first or second start when competing at a lower class. Most talented horses win early in their career. 

How Do I Identify A Horse That Is Likely To Win? 

It is often the case larger trainers win at shorter betting odds. A starting price of 13/2 & less is usually a cut-off point. However, this may vary from trainer to trainer. Smaller trainers are most likely to win a bigger odds. I would bet on these when making their debut as they are likely to be of value. It is worth noting that most horses have a much higher strike rate when racing on their second start. I target the second start for most of my wagers.

This website is about detailing the best two-year-olds in training rather than daily tips. I do detail a few thoughts on Today's Notes which can be found here. This is more about detailing significant horses racing at a lower grade. This makes it a little easier to identify horses although you are wise to take note of horses racing on the day and compare them with our conclusive list of top-class juveniles. It is a good practice to make yourself familiar with the horses on Group Horses 2017. I simply don't have the time to detail each and every horse racing on a day. Subscription is kept at an affordable price because you have to do a little work yourself. This is no bad thing because it helps you familiarise yourself with the updated list.  

How Do I Understand The Merit Of A Trainer?

Each trainer has their own way of training, assessing and placing their horses. Some have very high standards which almost guarantee an entered horse will win, while others may have limited horses or less exacting standards. To gain a better understanding you may wish to compare their horses from previous years. You can find them here Group Horses 2015 & Group Horses 2016. While we endeavour to pinpoint the best horses in training it is literally impossible for us to detail the strength or weakness of each and every trainer. It is a complex subject which goes beyond the remit of this website.

Which Race Types Are Best For Betting?

Maiden & Stakes races are best. You may bet in nursery races or pattern races but our basic premise is to bet when horses are running at a lower level. My, personal, aim is to bet first or second start. However, you may find very lucrative betting angles/systems if you enjoy analysing data. 

What If More Than One Entered Horse Is Competing In The Same Race?

This can happen. Most talented horses from larger more established trainers win at odds of 13/2 & less SP. This is a basic guide but effective.This website is simply used to identify the best two-year-olds in training rather than giving specific racing tips. Clearly, the most talented horses are likely to win.

How Should I Assess Horses?

The horses we detail have a very good chance of winning. However, you should use form analysis to help find potential winners.    

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