Horse Racing Picks
“There’s gold in them thar hills!” I don’t know what old sourdough said that, but I always loved the quote.
If you want to strike gold with your horse betting – the Horse Racing Gold Index is where you can do that – and do it right now . . . there are no pans or pick-axes needed!
Finding horse betting success is like hunting for treasure: Having a treasure map is exceedingly helpful!
The HRG Index will point you towards highly probable (and high paying!) horse racing picks each weekend. These will be the nuggets you need to make your weekly nut – and then some.
You can always see the on-going results of the HRG Index as issued to our subscribers here.
The HRG Index is geared primarily towards the mid-size and larger tracks. There are a couple of reasons for this decision. First, we don’t want the pools to be much affected by the betting from our own subscribers, so we’ll primarily stick to the larger pools at the larger tracks. Second, we want to stay away from the kinds of races where “manipulation” is more prevalent, and the question marks in a race more numerous.
The HRG Index will be issued by 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time each day . . . Thursday through Sunday. We will release on average – 2 to 3 tracks per day (changing, of course, as the meetings at each circuit change over the year). We will be handicapping most of the races on each card each day of issue, so multi-race bettors will be covered.
You must have ordered the Index before 10:00 a.m. of the date you are ordering – as we will be busy with the races during the day and will not be able to fulfill last-minute subscriptions. Again – if you are ordering for Saturday (for example) – the order must be in by 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time Saturday morning (ordering the day before would be very much appreciated).
We will post the week’s results totals – win, exactas, and trifectas – on the Monday following each week’s races.
Those results will be on the public results page here: Horse Betting Results
Back to home page – click here: Horse Betting Success