Five important lines to watch out for when France race returns

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Dundalk Horse Racing Tips and Stats: Wednesday 25th March 2020

Five important lines to watch out for when France race returns

Currently in the Racing news, Olivier Delloye, CEO of France Galop, has revealed contingency plans have been brought in after the government’s latest decision.

French racing had been postponed from mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic but the equine industry made its return on May 11, having been given the green light by the government to resume behind closed doors.

That being said, let’s take a look at five important lines to watch out for when France race returns that might not at first be apparent, courtesy of gooner news.

1. Make sure you pay attention to the going.

While this might sounds obvious, bestusaonlinecasinos online casino reckons it’s best to know that this is one of the factor many if not most French punters ignore. A punter outside France may find an edge if conditions come right for a horse who the locals may have written off after a poor recent performance on different ground.

2. Never be put off.

If your fancy racing horse appears to be the second choice of a retained jockey, especially in crucial conditions races, there can be a number of factors in deciding who rides in such races. A related point is about first and second colours. Most big owners don’t have a second cap colour and instead use a distinguishing sash, the significance of which is strictly race card order rather than stable preference.

3. Take the morning price.

The British and Irish racing firms will have to make their own initial markets before the French pools have begun to settle. However, for bigger races scheduled to happen at weekends when racing returns, some ante-post betting may be offered. So you have to make sure you get to grips with the different declaration stages during the week and check on France Galop’s website casino joka that your selection has not been scratched or does not have alternative entries coming up. 

4. Make use of timing data.

It’ best and advisable for everyone to make use of timing data from the major tracks. At least on Group 1 days when racing returns, there will be sectional breakdowns, while all live action and replays feature a running clock with splits for the final three 200m (furlong) sections. Make note has this is very important.

5. DO Consider forecast betting.

Being the last on the list, you must do everything in your care to consider forecast betting. In Paris, there are many more condition races on the average post card and consequently field sizes can be smaller, ideal for this type of bet.

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