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How to find fake favorites and remove them is to understand that this depends on your level of recognition of the horse's quality(S) in question. There are fake favorites and fake long shots. A fake favorite is when the player thinks the public has made a mistake and that the horse has a much less chance of winning than the public knows. A fake long shot is when the player thinks the public has misjudged and the horse(S) has a much better chance of getting into a more favorable position.

There are a handful of ways to decide to some extent if a favorite is false. Morning line favorite (horse with lowest odds) win an average of 32% of the time and the total profit of the average 33% of the time. This is a simple statistical mean. This means that paintings and the morning line's favorite is false on average 67% and 68% of the time. When you handicap, you have to search for the true favorite menu and remove the fake favorite. Remember: There are several or more reasons why a morning line and / or toteboard favorite may not win.

So the above percentages are generalities but statistically true. So what are some of the ways you can use to find fake favorites? Or how to find fake favorites and remove them. To begin: (1) 67% -68% of tote board and morning line favorites are fake. (2) Whichever horse wins the race is actually the true favorite menu. From a reality perspective. Why? Because it is the horse actually won. Reality has the last word (so to speak). No matter what the odds are, morning line, tote board or player believe. (3) Bet on the favorite from the morning line and the tote to lose and you will be right 67% -68% of the time.

Also: (4) Is the horse carrying much more than the latest competition? If yes, it may be incorrect. (5) Has the horse a lady jockey or apprentice jockey. (6) Went the horse good or bad in his last trip (Travel handicap accession) and why? (7) Went the horse bounce in his last race. one bounce is when a horse was driving very well in a race but was lacking in brilliance in his next. (8) Look for favorites that are not in top physical condition. (9) Favorite hasn't run for 35 or more days.

Also: (10) The jockey / coach combination is low. (11) Has inconsistent form over his last three recent competitions. (12) Look for closers (at the back but can still win) that can beat today's favorite. (13) Water in the last 5-10 days but had no previous gains before that. Advanced handicaps are about fake favorites so that these are few points and others will be given in part two, but this is a very small selection of how to find fake favorites and remove them.