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Consistency is key to Horse Racing Profit

With so many ratings methods out there in 'Horse Racing World', each rating providing a different perspective and conflicting information. It is easy to understand why people become disenchanted, overwhelmed by the information overload and left confused.


I am sure that subscribers to Actuary Horse Racing Tips would find me guilty of this practise and feel it is important to recognise that putting a numeric value to a horses performance can come in multiple formats with no definitive 'right' or 'wrong'.


With the main focus of the blog being LTO speed figures with past C&D performance I would like to see the additional information of Pace and Going figures as an enhancement to these figures. There is no hard work to be done by the reader as those horses that have ran above expectation are highlighted in red.

Not every race has a selection, some races may have several candidates.


Looking at ONLY horses that have continually over-achieved (ratings in bold) and the best over-achievement figure (red) those highlighted have a 100% record. It would be nice for a selection to have ratings in multiple columns as proof of consistency as in the case of Ziefhd. Here are the races with highlighted horses from the last All Weather meetings on Monday:


Pg_ziefhd
Zeifhd 1ST 11-4


Pg_dance_company
Dance Company 1ST 2-1


Pg_aniseed

Aniseed 1ST 4-5


Pg_three_bards
Three Bards 2ND 11-2 Mizbah 3RD 11-8


Pg_honest_deal
Honest Deal 1ST 11-8


I receive regular correspondents from subscribers informing me of their own personal use of ALL the figures published and I am aware that there are others that simply want a selections provided for them. This may be for you. All you need to do is be consistent in how you chose to use the figures and I am sure you will profit.
  
Whether you chose to use or ignore the figures, simply see these figures as another view and not in conflict with The Actuary's speed ratings. 





      
















Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Friday, August 03, 2012

Consistency is key to Horse Racing Profit

With so many ratings methods out there in 'Horse Racing World', each rating providing a different perspective and conflicting information. It is easy to understand why people become disenchanted, overwhelmed by the information overload and left confused.


I am sure that subscribers to Actuary Horse Racing Tips would find me guilty of this practise and feel it is important to recognise that putting a numeric value to a horses performance can come in multiple formats with no definitive 'right' or 'wrong'.


With the main focus of the blog being LTO speed figures with past C&D performance I would like to see the additional information of Pace and Going figures as an enhancement to these figures. There is no hard work to be done by the reader as those horses that have ran above expectation are highlighted in red.

Not every race has a selection, some races may have several candidates.


Looking at ONLY horses that have continually over-achieved (ratings in bold) and the best over-achievement figure (red) those highlighted have a 100% record. It would be nice for a selection to have ratings in multiple columns as proof of consistency as in the case of Ziefhd. Here are the races with highlighted horses from the last All Weather meetings on Monday:


Pg_ziefhd
Zeifhd 1ST 11-4


Pg_dance_company
Dance Company 1ST 2-1


Pg_aniseed

Aniseed 1ST 4-5


Pg_three_bards
Three Bards 2ND 11-2 Mizbah 3RD 11-8


Pg_honest_deal
Honest Deal 1ST 11-8


I receive regular correspondents from subscribers informing me of their own personal use of ALL the figures published and I am aware that there are others that simply want a selections provided for them. This may be for you. All you need to do is be consistent in how you chose to use the figures and I am sure you will profit.
  
Whether you chose to use or ignore the figures, simply see these figures as another view and not in conflict with The Actuary's speed ratings.