Greyhound racing is quite a popular sport in the United Kingdom (UK) and a favoured betting choice among punters. While the sport is very straightforward, numerous betting strategies could ensure a winning ticket. This article addresses the different approaches to turn a profit from greyhound bets.
Greyhound racing is starting to see a bit of a drop due to many new anti-greyhound racing laws being put into place around the world. Despite this, it remains an extremely popular pastime for millions of people, and sees some of the most competitive racing action in the sporting world. Greyhound racing has a long and prestigious history that can be traced back to royalty in Britain. Today, the races can be found all over the globe, from their original home in the UK to the racing grounds of Australia. For those that want to try and break into the… Read more >
There are many factors to consider when it comes to success in greyhound racing betting – track conditions, running styles, knowledge of specific tracks, managing your bankroll – but which of these factors outweigh the others in importance? Or is it a combination factors which improves the chances of success? Find out in our ultimate guide to greyhound betting and wager like the pros. Check the Course Conditions Track conditions play a major part in greyhound racing and it’s a good idea to watch the first few races for the day to identify biases before putting any money down. Wet… Read more >
Greyhound racing is a particularly popular sport in Australia, Ireland, Mexico, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and is part of the organised gambling industry. Punters familiar with horse racing betting types will most likely recognise many of the greyhound betting types discussed below. Straight, Single, or Win Bet The 1st greyhound to cross the finish line wins the race and a straight bet must correctly predict which dog will come in 1st place in order to be successful. Place Bet The 2nd dog to cross the finish line places and a place bet will only be successful… Read more >
Greyhound racing is a competitive sport in which greyhound dogs are raced around a track. There are two kinds of greyhound racing, namely track racing – generally around an oval track in which a mechanical lure is used – and coursing. Formal hare coursing has many variations in how it is undertaken and takes place either in an open field or an enclosure with an escape route. The objective of coursing is to test a dog’s ability to run, overtake, and turn a hare as opposed to a form of hunting with the aim of capturing and killing the… Read more >
The Future Of Greyhound Racing Greyhound racing is a fast-paced sport akin to thoroughbred racing but is known as much more accessible than its grander cousin. This is mainly due to the costs involved in keeping and racing dogs verses keeping and racing horses. The tracks are smaller and more manageable, as are the overheads. In New Zealand greyhound racing is known for its friendly people and enjoyable outings, but the opinion of the sport is starting to take a dark turn worldwide. What does this mean for the future of greyhound racing and the punters who love to bet… Read more >
Suggested Beginner Bets The sports betting world can be a confusing place with a large number of betting markets and betting types available from a large number of sites. For those Australian punters who wish to dip their toes into the world of online sports betting there are a number of bets and markets which are suggested beginner bets. Racing Racing is a very popular Australian pastime. There are a few different types of racing which are readily available and widely covered by a both sports betting sites as well as television channels. Horse racing, dog and harness racing are… Read more >