17th January 2006.
Dan´s Heir (Miracle System) came 1st, King´s Fable (Lay Betting
System) came 4th.
Sorry this is a bit late this morning, but I didn't want to send it out
without at least a little tutorial on Adrians Site.
If you have missed any of this feature then please look back over the
last couple of weeks here.
Ok go over to adrians site.
Keep everything the same except:
Make sure Clear Favourite is checked.
select 2004, 2005, 2006
Race Type All National Hunt only ticked
Starting Price check 1-2 to 10-11, Evens to 11-8, 6-4 to 15-8 only
Include List of Selections checked
Max Number 2000
Include Breakdown of Results checked
Everything being equal you should have a -20929 on the £100 level stake
column and a "Win Strike Rate" of 42.2%
When I look through the breakdown I try to look for things that will
make a change to the percentage win rate, so I use the 42.2% as my
bench mark, anything over this could help us reduce this figure.
Race Distance, Number of runners, SP, Race Type, age of horse, are
all good starting places.
If you take a quick look at Starting Price you will see that 1-2 to
10-11 has a win strike rate of 53%, so if we filtered this out then the
overal strike rate would go down, but I don't want to do that yet.
If you look at the "Number of Runners" table you will notice that
races with less than 8 runners will help our cause.
Looking at the "Race Type" table you will see Novice Hurdle, Selling
Hurdle and Novice chase are contributing to a higher strike rate.
One table I always find interesting is "Finishing Position of Horse
in its Most Recent Race" and how 1st LTO, doesn't give the horse any
bigger chance than any other.
Have a look at the "Days Since the Horse Last Ran" table and you will
see why trainers want to get their horses back out quickly though!
Have good day's racing.
Miracle System (win Bet)
15.30 Folkstone, Presenting Express,
Place System (on exchanges only)
1 win in the latest run
No Selection Today
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13.30 Folkstone, Uncle Max (V3 Jump)
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Laying for Profit
Race 1: Fontwell 4.10 Tip1: New Mischief
Race 2: Folkestone 1.30 Tip2: Uncle Max
Suggested banking plan:
If we say that 1 pt = £50 or 1/40 of your bank then:
If the odds are up to 3/1 then bet 1.00pt
From 3/1 to 7/1 bet 0.5pt If over
7/1 then bet 0.25pts
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