Horse Racing and Numerology: What you should keep in mind...
Applied numerology in Horse Racing
I want to give some information as to how the system of the number that is ‘applied numerology’ can be employed in betting that is of interest to so many thousands. There is no doubt that the study of numbers can open up a new field for a successful backing of horses but there is no saying more than `a little knowledge is a dangerous thing`.
The point so many people seem to forget is that horse racing is an extremely complicated business, so much so that `tips`, even from owners or jockeys are as a rule as equally unreliable as the hundred and one systems are offered daily to the public by almost every places and magazines that one pick up .
Many important racing events have upset all theories as to forecasting the winner by a study of form previous running and so forth. At many races, complete outsiders have, for no apparent reasons, beaten the most heavily backed favourites.
What can numerology predict?
Can the study of numbers be used to give a clear indication of which horses are likely to be first, second, and third?
I say most empathically that it can, but the trouble is that it is very rare to find a person who can keep their heads on their shoulders when it comes to such a thing as a systematic employment of any method, and more practically with numbers.
How to select the number?
Select a day whose number accords with one’s own. If possible, find out the jockeys whose birth number is the same as the number of the day.
When all these numbers are in accord, say for example, if they all worked out to a number, such as 9, then such horses, if they run under the number 9, 18, and 27 on that day would more likely to come in as first, second and third than the others .
In such a case, it would be necessary to back the three horses that are to run under the number 9, 18, and 27 on the starting board for `win and place`. If there were a greater number than 36 running in the race, it would be necessary to take in the horse under that number.
What if too much is at stake?
But if too much money would be at stake by backing all four, a good rule is to select the two younger horses out of four and back these two for `win and place'.
If there were not much difference in age, the next rule to employ is to select the younger male horse in preference to the younger female horse. If in the first race, one lost, on the following race the stake would be doubled, and so on systematically during the day.
If this plan were carried out and the number selected steadfastly adhered to, one would sooner or later be rewarded by a first, second or maybe all three. With the added chance of getting a complete outsider in some of the events.
Need to be very systematic
The great difficulty is that so few persons at race meeting have sufficient strength of will to follow such a plan systematically. They may try it for one race and because they have not met any immediate success, they are likely to do nothing for the next event or plunge after some `tip` they have had given them, and so on.
Those who are unable to attend the race meeting personally, I do not advise them to try to` find the winner` by numbers, for the simple reason that if they have not got the running number of the horse they miss one of the principle elements for success. Don’t employ these rules for any illegal activities under the jurisdiction of Indian law and order and we will not liable for any loss and negative incidences incurred due this articles and this is just a outcomes of research and development done on numerological theories and interested people may study this and extend their knowledge. Thank you.