Horse Racing Naps
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 events too. You can pretty much trust that these guys are putting our well researched naps that often get the win.
If you use websites such as Twitter or Facebook you’ll find a whole catalogue of tipsters all vying for your eyes. If you want to ensure you are using a professional then do a little research. Do they have a website? Are they actively engaging daily on their Twitter with followers? Do they post a daily nap?
It’s the answer to these questions that will give you a good idea as to how seriously your tipster takes their work. If the answer to the above is yes then you know you’re dealing with a pro. Once you’ve identified your professional nap tipsters it’s now time to check out their previous naps. We’re they successful, do they disappear if they have no luck or do you suspect they may be copying somebody else’s nap.
Don’t be afraid to engage with your targets online too. That’s what social platforms are for!
Good luck with your nap selections, we hope you get lucky.