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"Filtering" Your Horse Race Betting



*  The three basic rules of horse races to skip is still viable:

- Maiden races

- Turf races

- 2 year-olds races

---Normal handicapping procedures do not apply well to these race types unless you have a proven effective angle for the race type.  Most of us don't.


--Improve your win percentage and profit by skipping the question marks involved in these race types.


Good luck and good racing!




Entry #116


Big HitterComment by Big Hitter - September 10, 2007, 8:30 pm
I agree with the basic rules if you are a beginning player. If you have been "investing" at the "oval wall street" for a while it may pay for you to look at First Time Starters that have "muscled up" via workouts where the average number of lengths worked per day, over a 30 day period is approximately 1. Example: A horse works once each week 4 weeks in a row and each work alternates between 5f and 6f ( the works span 30 calandar days). The average "furlongs per day" is 22/30 = 0.733... If everything else looks ok, i.e. pedigree, connections, race day demeanor, the horse may be bettable. Caught many a longshot FTS this way. This theory comes from Dick Mitchell, Cynthia publishing.
Rick GComment by Rick G - September 11, 2007, 7:33 am
Big Hitter...that's very interesting. Something to check out. Thanks.

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