Weekender System we need to know how many times a horse is engaged to
run over a short period, owners and trainers naturally enter their
horses in more races when they have them ready to give their best.
Not only so that they have options but so they can try and ensure
that they have the going that their horse might require to run up to its
best and also to make sure they can have the jockey they want.
easiest way of finding out the information needed is to acquire a copy
of either the Weekender or Raceform, which come out during the week. Go
through the entries in either of the above and make a note of all those
horses engaged three times or more over the period of the publications.
Check each of the days covered against the runnerâ€™s index in your daily
paper to see if any of those horses in your notes are running. If you
find a runner check that it has had a run already this season, ignore if
If the horse has had a run then check that it is in the first 5 in the
betting forecast again ignore if it isn't. If the horse is still a
qualifier and is to be ridden by a professional jockey or an apprentice
with no more than a 5 pound claim then you have a bet.
Using the above as a base you can, if you have the time available, carry
the information you have gathered through to the following week. If the
horses you have made a note of haven't run up to the weekend you can
check them daily the owner or trainers have overlooked all the noted
races and are obviously waiting for something.
Red Tycoon (IRE)
This runner qualifies for at least one system in our historical betting systems books and full details of all books it meet the requirements for can be found in the members area.