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Most of those who are choosing to place bets on sporting events are likely to either be getting behind outcomes in horse racing or football, with it being a battle between both sets of fans over which is the best betting sport. Football has many positives and easily possesses the most betting markets from any sport you can bet on, but the simplicity of betting on horse racing makes it an old favourite to a large percentage of punters, and it's certainly stood the test of time.
Unfortunately, there isn't a way of identifying any bets that are absolutely certain to happen. If this were the case, everyone would be millionaires. In the absence of any certain outcomes, you can refer to horse racing tips that are made by people who are capable of doing the research necessary to build bets that stand a chance of winning. It's unlikely that we'll ever be able to make a formula that guarantees definite winners from any sport but there are some requirements that assure horse tips with reasoning behind them.
You're able to pick up horse racing tips in all four corners of the Internet but you need to make sure that you're looking at something you believe in before staking any of your own money on it. Professional horse racing tipsters will show their track record for winning and losing to allow transparency between themselves and their followers. They will also remain active on social media, so if you find one that has very few posts on Twitter and Facebook and refuses to show what bets they've had in the past, they're best avoided.
Bets for horse racing come in many forms - mostly spanning between backing horses to win or place - so you'll find every possible option online. The only issue then is identifying one that you want to bet on compared to all of the others. After some experience in horse racing betting, you might decide to make your own horse tips, where you just need to look into each horse's past record and current form to determine a likely winner.
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