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How do you handicap horse races? Do you play by hunch, or do you work from a racing form using past performance as a guide? Whatever your method, Numerologists have come up with various formulas for determining possible winners. An Indian Numerologist from the East, for instance, feels that the Moon, along with other key plants and their movements in the heavens, greatly determines the winning outcome. Another Numerologist uses a system that combines the number of a horse’s name with other factors to find winners. Finally, there is a system that uses one’s own date of birth as a factor to make an easy determination of possible winners.

The system of using the date of birth is the simplest of all the other techniques in Numerology and horse racing. Other systems require more study, skill and astrological knowledge before you can put them to practice. How-ever by using your birth date number. And following a few basics rules, the chances of decreasing the odds against you are maximized, which increase your chances for a possible win. This system is created mainly to the late Cherio, the master occultist, and it basically goes like this:

  • Select a day to go to o the races that’s in accord with your own birth number.
  • If you can, find out if there’s a jockey whose date of birth matches your own and the number of the day.
  • See if the jockey’s birth number matches the racing numbers of any of the horses that jockey will be riding.

Let’s look at a complete example. Say you were born on the 15th of the month (1 + 5=6). Choose Friday for a day at the track since it rules the number 6, especially if the 6th, 15th, or 24th, should fall on a Friday. Next, go to the races in person—this is a must in the Cherio system. Now, if you can, find out the birth number of any Jockeys that matches your own (in this case, any birth number adding up to 6). Finally see if that particular jockey will ride horses during the day’s races running under that number. Winning bets on the first, second, or third places will likely to be the outcome before the day is out. If you try this system, write and let us know your results.

Best Days to Play the Horses

Number 1 Person

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Those born on the 1st, 10th, 19th and 28th or in April and August, should choose Sunday or Tuesday for a day at the races, especially on dates adding up to the number 1.

Number 2 Person

Those born on the 2nd, 11th, 20th, or 29th, or in May and July should choose Monday or Friday to try their luck at handicapping especially on dates adding up to the number 2.

Number 3 Person

Those born on the 3rd, 12th, 21st, or 30th of the month , or in March and December, choose Thursday or Friday for handicapping especially on dates adding up to the number 3.


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Number 4 Person

Those born on the 4th, 13th, 22nd, or 31st , or in February, June, or August, should select Sunday or Wednesday for horse racing, especially on dates adding up to the number 4.

Number 5 Person

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Those born on the 5th, 14th, or 23rd, or in June or September, pick Wednesday or Friday for handicapping, especially on dates adding up to the number 5.


Number 6 Person

Those born on the 6th, 15th, or 24th, or May or October, should try Friday or Thursday as their day at the races, especially on dates adding up to the number 6.

Number 7 Person

Those born on the 7th, 16th, or 25th, or in March or July, choose Monday or Sunday for horse racing, especially on dates adding up to the number 7.


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Number 8 Person

Those born on the 8th, 17th, or 26th, or in January or October, look to Saturday or Thursday for horse racing, especially on dates adding up to the number 8.

Number 9 Person

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Those born on the 9th, 18th, or 27th, or in April or November, try your luck at the races on Tuesday or Thursday, especially on dates adding up to the number 9.


Remember, no method is really foolproof, given the laws of chance. Therefore, don’t look at this as a system fo9r making a quick buck, but rather for fun and entertainment.

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