Horse Racing Dutching, Hedging And Arbitrage Betting The Basics Explained

Most betting shop punters appear to know about win single bets and the other tote bets such as Placepots, forecasts, tricasts and exacta wagers only. Also they may place the occasional Yankee bet (these improve the bookies earnings, why do you think they promote them so much?). Thanks to the new betting sites like Betfair or Betdaq, some shrewd gamblers now know about laying horses. A lot of other ways of making money are available when it comes to horse racing and the basics of three are explained below.

Dutching

This technique has been available for decades. Was used with conventional bookies. it's not betting exchange unique. They do boost your earnings. These days we've a variety of betting robots or bots as many people call them to aid with this kind of betting.

Dutching is basically backing more than one horse in a competition. Some professional gamblers think this implies you're not sure of your selection. They think that you should be 100% confident and back just one horse.

If we've a 16 runner sprint handicap. Somebody said you can choose one horse to back at 8/1 and have one hundred pounds on it. Bet 50 per cent the field at 1/1 for one hundred pounds, what'd you do? If you'd top class information on the 8/1 taken then go in and support of it. If you're not 100% sure of the selection returning then why not go for 50 per cent the field, that way you can get a return if any of the 8 choices you've made win.

I know of many experts that just use dutching for their betting, it can be incredibly successful. Like everything else, it's just another tool in my own armory. Furthermore need to put a lot of analysis in, as with all betting that includes making choices, using a pin to choose 50 per cent the horses to bet on won't be a successful strategy long term. Dutching betting on the Exchanges can return as much as a 300% greater than SP (Starting Price).