This isn’t a term used to describe a catch up on sleep. A nap, is a horse selected by a tipster, as being a favourite to be winner on that specific day, hence the phrase “nap of the day”.
Before a tipster picks their NAP of the day they’ll have studied several elements before publicly shouting about their pick.
How to pick a NAP
A tipster will take in to consideration many variables before picking a nap. There are many variables with the strongest considering
- The horses mark
- Conditions on the course
- Recent form of the horse
- Competitive factors
- Any stable information
There are also other factors that a good tipster will look at, even by going as far as to study their potential naps attitude fromwhen it was going in to its last race. A good NAP tipster will tell you there’s a lot more to picking them out too. It’s a skill that requires a good understanding of horses as well as being able to interpret the jargon and understand all-round weather conditions, and these factors may impact a horse.
If this all sounds a bit too much then don’t despair. There are people out there looking at picking naps each day, like the tipsters over at The Winners Enclosure’s NAPs page. You’ll find a daily NAP here, put together by a team who put together tips on a daily basis. There are also reviews of all the latest and upcoming horse race meet … Read more