What does it mean to handicap a horse race? – Horse Racing Best Bet Of The Day


By handicapping, the term entails looking at race results to determine the winner’s handicap.

Horses’ handicaps come from five factors that track and race fans usually watch for:

Weather: How hot, cool or wet the ground is

Saturation: The number and intensity of raindrops on the surface
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Temperature: The temperature between 30-50 degrees

Water: How much water is in the water, the size of the water, how quickly the water changes direction

Distance: The length of time the horse races

Lack of skill: Any horse performance problems the race announcer may be aware of.

The official horse handicaps are calculated based on the following criteria:

1. Water: How much water in a race field?

2. Temperature: How hot or cold the horse is during a given race time

3. Distance: Who is going to win? Who has the advantage?

4. Lack of skill: When can a rider stop and stop and stop the race? What happens if the rider’s horse stalls?

5. Lack of water: How much water does the horse have, how much moisture gets in it and how much will the horse use it?

The exact calculations are complex and rely heavily on the number of race days and the horses’ records.

The official horse handicaps are based on the following criteria:

1. Water: How much water in a race field?

2. Temperature: How hot, cool or wet the ground is

3. Distance: Who is going to win? Who has the advantage?

4. Lack of skill: When can a rider stop and stop and stop the race? What happens if the rider’s horse stalls?

5. Lack of water: How much water does the horse have, how much moisture gets in it and how much will the horse use it?

The exact calculations are complex and rely heavily on the number of race days and the horses’ records.

Do all races have handicaps?

Yes – all of them.

What if there is a race with only horses that are overage?

The course’s handicap can be calculated differently depending on the handicap level.

If the race is a qualifying round and the course is not long – say a 3-lap “Mare Race” – the handicap, by definition, is the same

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