Betting on perfect horses is not the real score. Hardcore punters chase value bets, which they know makes them more money compared to backing up the top favourite. However knowing how to place your bets should not prevent you from relying on an established horse racing system.
One horse who won all his races was a thoroughbred racehorse that started his racing career in Epsom in 1769. He was an average horse in looks and smaller than other thoroughbreds. It was his ability to bring his legs quickly forward, a feat larger animals cannot duplicate, that made him a champion. According to scientists trying to reconstruct the perfect horse, Eclipse was just right in every way.
Another famous horse who made such a positive impact on the public was Seabiscuit. He started his career unnoticed but went on to win race after race despite his knocked knees. It was no secret that whenever Seabiscuit saw his rivals, he dashed ahead to win the race.
Also, another popular horse was Exterminator of 1918, a famous iron horse who could carry as much as 140 pounds over distances of 2.25 miles. War Admiral was another racing great who had a string of wins and losses. He raced Seabiscuit but lost during the much publicised Pimlico special.
There is no perfect system, no perfect horse, and no 100% winning strikes – something’s gotta give. It is still your choice that counts.