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[av_image src=’×773-1.jpeg’ attachment=’3816′ attachment_size=’full’ copyright=’always’ caption=” image_size=” styling=” align=’center’ font_size=” overlay_opacity=’0.4′ overlay_color=’#000000′ overlay_text_color=’#ffffff’ animation=’no-animation’ hover=” appearance=” link=” target=” title_attr=” alt_attr=” img_scrset=” lazy_loading=’disabled’ id=” custom_class=” template_class=” av_element_hidden_in_editor=’0′ av_uid=’av-l5703656′ sc_version=’1.0′ admin_preview_bg=”][/av_image] [av_textblock textblock_styling_align=” textblock_styling=” textblock_styling_gap=” textblock_styling_mobile=” size=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” font_color=” color=” id=” custom_class=” template_class=” av_uid=’av-l404yyne’ sc_version=’1.0′ admin_preview_bg=”] If a race could be hotly contested, a smart bettor won’t lay a lot of money on picking a winner and likely will skip laying a wager altogether. Unless laying a box exacta in which two favored horses simply need to finish in the top two spots, a smart handicapper of horse races will choose to lay off of the race or only will wager a smaller amount on one horse to win. Laying a box exacta would be a smart bet when there are two horses that are much better than the competition. But track conditions also will influence whether or not a professional bettor would bother laying a wager on such races. Professionals who win more than they carefully will choose races in which one horse has a significant advantage over the field and one or two other horses also are easier to handicap and accurately predict the order of finish.
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