I guess we should start by telling you what we aren't. I am not a bookie and
I do not make bets for you or anyone else. I am merely letting you know what
I am going to be betting on big race days. I am selling information, plain
and simple. If you want to win what I win, you (or you and your friends) gotta
be willing to bet what I bet.
So this is my full disclaimer page. I usually bet pick-4 bets on a regular
Saturday or Sunday card that will range anywhere from $100.00 to $500.00 to cover
the combinations I want to wager on. On a big race day like Oaks, Derby, Preakness,
Belmont, Breeders Cup Friday and Saturday, I might bet upwards to $1,500.00 on my
selections. So the bottom line is that if you, or your group cannot or are
unwilling to put up this sort of money for a chance at a big pay day, then proceed
no further. This site is not for you. Go to the bets page to see what
todays pick-4 investment will be.
I also am in no way making any guarantees about winning money. Some weeks
I do great and other weeks not so much. That's why they call it gambling.
If you are unwilling and more importantly unable to sustain a loss of money of this
caliber, then do not proceed. If you do have the resourses and more importantly,
the stones, to step to the plate, then we will be winning some money together eventually.
One of the reasons I am successful is that I do not bet every day. If
you need to bet every race, every day, you are at the wrong website. Google
Gamblers Anonymous, they can help you better than I can. Secondly, I stick
to major tracks. The horses, trainers and jockeys are more consistent and
therefore more predictable.
Lastly, I am willing to cover enough (informed) combinations to give myself a chance
to win. The reason that most people do not win at the racetrack is because
they bet $2.00 across the board on some horse and if he doesn't win or if he runs
off the board you rarely make enough to cover your bets for the day. Some people
box up three horses in an exacta bet. Exactas rarely pay enough to keep the action
profitable, mostly because not enough possibilities are represented. So you end
up spending $100.00 on the day and coming home with something less that that. But
you had fun. You feel like it is your civic duty to go to the local racetrack and
make a contribution. God bless you. I depend on such people to supplement my income.
Why not invest that same $100 on some Pick-4 combinations that could pay something
tangible that you can go home and brag about, or better yet, pay off a credit card
I consider myself an above average handicapper. More than that, however, I am intuitive,
and lucky. I have no delusions at the end
of the day, that it is anything more than that. But for whatever reason, I just
win and more often than not with considerable regularity.
Here is why I do not bet every day. If I do not feel confident that I can cash a
ticket for more then my investment, I pass. There are no picks at all on Mondays
and Tuesdays. Most major tracks are dark (closed). The majority of major tracks
have a Wednesday through Sunday card. The minor tracks are easy to burn money at
because they are usually bottom level claiming animals running for the smallest
purses. They and everyone associated with the horse are to inconsistant for me,
not to mention the betting pools are rarely big enough to warrant any sort of life-changing
The bottom line for you is that you have to be willing. Willing to A) Put $25.00
on your credit card to receive my suggested bet for the day, and B) Be willing to
go to the track, OTB, or use your on-line betting account to invest my suggested
amounts on the selected races. Get a group of friends togehter and put up $25.00
or $50.00 each. Share the risk as well as well as the reward with your syndicate.
But if you want to win what I win, you have to be willing to bet what I bet.