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The clue is in the title. If not, you are about to. Making a decision on a racehorse is not as crucial as those surgeons regularly face, nor is it akin to trying to decide what jumper to buy Auntie Vie for Christmas. We have arrived at 7. Most successful businessmen keep themselves sharp physically as well as mentally. For that is the trick — being able to perform on cue. Watch them nonchalantly enter the stalls on some stirred up beast and they give the impression of being half-asleep. It could be the horse has not run for six months, which is always a worry. For all their steely nerve — and it does take nerve, real nerve to race ride — jockeys are the sportsmen that get the most stick from the public. Most of us do find that hard to do. So, whichever route you choose, allow me to take you through a typical day of a professional punter, or at least this particular professional. The latter quality is extremely important. Nor would I advocate that just because you can, you slop around all day in a dressing gown or a tracksuit, not bothering to shave. Using jockeys as a role model is not a bad idea. He is a man I trust implicitly; therefore, there is no game playing. You should have done plenty of work on the cards the day before and formulated opinions. For obvious reasons it is not one I recommend, but serious punters have little choice. Now, we are all different and I am sure some of you will chuckle at this concept. He needs to have his wits about him at all times and be totally calm and focused, just like the jockey. I hope that we can have breakfast — time is tight so make it light. We agree most of the time but not always. However, cultivating a jockey mentality will help you enormously. Personally, I get up around then in the summer — later in the winter as there is less to do and it is colder. When handling animals, the last thing you want to be is excitable. He may have never won this way round, over the trip, won on the going, or perhaps he is one of those idiosyncratic types to run all his best races on downhill tracks. If you accept that a degree of discipline is required to be a success at anything — let alone something that requires a great deal of effort and concentration — then you need to act and feel the part. Because it is full of sprinters, you assume it is over five furlongs when in fact it is run over six. An arrangement founded on duplicity will never last. That is what jockeys, actors, footballers and musicians do. That is when we can overlook a vital component. They also have to be implacable, undeterred, brave under pressure and impervious to criticism. For Sam Thomas at present that must be tough, but he seems to be coping one hell of a lot better than most of us would under the wretched set of circumstances fate has chucked his way. That is to stay you are shifting the brain into gear at about that time. Which brings me to another point: No bet is perfect. I need all the help I can get and this is no game to egomaniacs. Tea and toast whilst you read the paper; then by 7. Frankie Dettori may be a bottle of gas after a big race, but observe him beforehand and he is an iceman. It is a bet — a wager — you are taking a chance. Most people in office-land are just arriving at their desks, clearing their heads from the night before and having that first cup of coffee. Any business based on a success rate, with no retainer involved, places plenty of pressure on its operator. These things may sound trivial and sometimes they are. The object as far as you, the backer is concerned, is to strip that risk down to a minimum. Footballers are tense and volatile, much the same as tennis players. Already you are ahead of the game. Even if most of us were technically proficient enough to be jockeys, I suggest our characters would let us down. Jockeys have to be risk-takers. I have said before that there are basically two types of backers in this business: those that formulate their own opinions and those that accept others are better at winner-finding than they are and who leave it to them. I might make one or two other calls, possibly receive one and that, as far as I am concerned, is that.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} By now, we are approaching 9. Look the part; think the part and you might just act the part! Ask her to do it to order and her strike rate will rapidly dwindle. But it is the final decision that counts. You can ignore my extremes but I insist, if you are serious about making a business out of betting, you should shave and shower every morning and at least be smart casual. Unlike jockeys, we do not own half of Newmarket or Lambourn or have shares in pubs and restaurants — results therefore assume drastic proportions as we are merely working for a living on a no win no fee basis. I cannot think of any other sport that requires its participants to be so cool beforehand. And pressure leads to nerves and nerves mean that you will make poor decisions. Working out is not obligatory, but if you lead a sedentary life working from home, it is not a bad idea to keep in shape. With luck, you have washed, shaved and changed. Consider the qualities required. He will often have information I do not have and, again, vice versa. For if you are to make it in this business, a great deal of self-discipline is required and emotions need to be kept in check. It may sound obvious but it is so easy to make a mistake over the distance of a race. It should start at about 6. Now you should be doing some last minute checks. They need the constitution of a poker player. You are ready to face the challenges that lie ahead whilst some of the opposition — the bookmakers for example — are still rubbing sleep from their eyes. None of this: I will get my bet on first and after the price is gone will tell you what I have backed nonsense. If you ever watch a jockey being interviewed before or after a race, you will see a person focused but totally laid back. That way you can at least address whatever niggles exist. You assume it is a ten-furlong race which suits your selection but it is over twelve a trip it is unproven over. It is not what you say in this business, it is what you do! They all are. The decision-making process of a professional gambler is a delicate one. Apart from the weight constrictions, necessitating considerable discipline for all except the fortunate few over both codes, they have a mental make-up that surpasses most mortals. I am not saying you will not become successful as a punter by drinking six pints of lager a night or swigging a bottle of wine, it is just I would not recommend it. As a punter, the ability to take a similar stance to that of the man on top will serve you well. Better to know them before you strike the bet than after though! They are not of course, but they can transfer such quiet determination to their mounts, giving the partnership its best possible chance, even though horses may be plunging and rearing all around them. That works both ways but you cannot afford to have this sort of arrangement with more than one, or at most, two other people. I work out and have breakfast, aiming to be looking at the Racing Post around 7. I speak seriously to one other person. And a word of warning: sometimes we get just a little bit excited when we think we have uncovered something. This is crucial, as opinions formed without external influences are important. For that reason, remove the pressure and give a card to Aunt Dolly, and she will probably come up with a winner or two. Shuffling around like vagrant, piling on pounds because you drink too much and exercise too little, will not help your self-esteem and therefore will not spur you on to perform to your best. Like me, he is a professional and I respect his judgement. But I always look at his ideas a second time before disregarding them as he does with mine. That is the one that decides who wins and who loses. Make sure there is nothing you have overlooked, that any potential selections have optimum conditions. It is around now either I make a phone call or receive one. Once you take the Racing Post as our starting point, even subliminally, you are putting yourself in the hands of others, for you are bound to be swayed by what you read. It is worth reading the Spotlight section as a last minute fail-safe device. You need not go to the lengths I go to: I often wear a suit, treating my office as if it is a place of work and as I would if I were logging-in at a company. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Register for any future free tip trial days, see more. Take on board the opinions of the Post team by all means, but it is better to form your own first. Picking winners is not enough, it is knowing what to do when you have unearthed them that counts. Very often, he will see things I have missed and vice versa. As a professional punter, you have to do it too. The fact that my chief contact and I operate a totally open business relationship is one of the reasons it has endured the rough and tumble of this business for so long.