Unless a bettor truly has information on most horses running at a particular track and knows about workout schedules, jockey results and other factors that will influence the outcomes, betting on every race can be a sure loser. Beginning bettors in particular need to stay away from betting every race and leave such things to truly professional and informed bettors. There might be instances in which bettors have a good handle on the outcomes in every race, but it’s a rare thing for newer bettors to have such insights. For the most part, new bettors should look for two or three good races and wager on the outcomes and pay attention to the results of other races to learn about the horses and jockeys riding them.