13 thoughts on “How to Win Money on Horses Betting the Daily Double

  1. This was very helpful. As a person who's a rookie new to the game this was extremely helpful I'm going to keep my powder dry for the Belmont and I'm only going to be betting doubles and exactus and try to get good at them. This was very very helpful thank you

  2. Some tracks are useing the no whip rule or light whip rule in the old days they use to tell you that the appritis does not have a whip as a better i would no bet a horse or race track that has that rule affect as of today they should inform the public which tracks are doing this to protect the better

  3. Could you please explain what the difference is if you bet the fav in the first race vs betting the fav in the second race. If you only take one favorite, what difference does it make?

  4. This was great, I have been researching "how much do you win on horse betting?" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Kiyiden Menilliam Principle – (just google it )?

    It is an awesome one off product for uncovering a winning horse betting system minus the headache. Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my friend got excellent results with it.

  5. Yea the DD is a fun bet if your playing Saratoga or Kentucky Downs…you failed to mention the most important thing is that it's a good bang for the casual bettors buck if they hit the first race

  6. In my opinion you said "avoid turf races",is a crazy statement. Why avoid turf. Turf generally has bigger fields,better pools and more exciting finishes,horses can come off the pace. Keeping the doubles only to dirt,naaaa. Totally disagree.

  7. The double is my favorite! I have 2 strategys where 1) I find a race where there is a single and then betting 4 or 5 horses in next leg and 2) finding 4 or 5 horses I like per 2 races and bet it that way. My average bet for a double is around $20.00

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