Make It Pay With Mares
Runners have a choice of either flat or jump racing and follows of this sport are usually the same in that they tend to monitor one or the other and here we have been observing the national hunt game.
While the weather can be cold and not too pleasant during the jumping season it can pay to follow some simply rules, ok so it won’t make the weather feel any better but it may bring in a few pounds which will help when it comes to paying for the winter fuel.
Not that many take note of a runners sex but it can be helpful and the fact that there are few who do this can play into our hands as the odds we get are bigger than they should be.
In jump racing when a runner is a mare it should be noted especially if it starts the race as the jolly old favourite, to most it’s just another favourite, or is it?
It rather much depends on where the race is taking place and by this I mean which racecourse is the event is set to be run at, if it’s somewhere like Newbury then we should really be leaving the runner alone.
However if it’s not a galloping course then we should be taking note of this runner, basically you should be looking for mares which start favourite at the following courses, Aintree, Cartmel, Catterick, Fakenham, Fontwell, Hexham, Kelso, Kempton, Ludlow, Market Rasen, Musselburgh, Newton Abbot, Perth, Plumpton, Sandown, Sedgefield, Southwell, or Stratford.
Last year records show there was a pleasing profit to be made by doing this and hopefully the trend will continue and bring us all some winter warmth.
Anyway that’s all I have time for at the moment so remember the next time you see a jump race taking place on a non-galloping course check whether the favourite is a mare.