Jockeys must ensure that they can be a given weight when they ride in a race. For example, if a horse carries 9st 3lbs, the jockey must be able to stand on the scales before the race with the saddle, wearing full kit and colours and be that exact weight.
This works hand in hand with spotting a good horse. Once you've collated everything, you can head over and place your bet on your 'preferred' horse for each race. If you're lucky enough to be within one of our Hospitality or private boxes, you can receive tips for the day’s racing from our resident tipster*.
*This varies per fixture and select Hospitality packages