NAPS. What are they all about?
Take this weekend as an example.
I'd love to tip some potential winners as my NAPS (favourite bets of the day as I interpret the word) but some are priced odds on.
Is it right to tip a horse as a NAP when the best price is 4/5, 1/2 or such like? The general consensus is that it is not. Anyone, so some people say, can NAP an odds on winner.
Well plenty of odds on shots lose races, so that's not strictly true.
The horses most likely to win . . .
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