20th June 2006.
Mango Mischief (Miracle System) came 2nd, Confide (best lay of
the day) came 2nd!!
A better day yesterday but the Miracle system just doesn't want to pick
up. It isn't as if the selection lately have been bad, some of then have
been quite solid but they just don't seem to make it. It's quite
frustrating especially when you lay a poorer quality runner and it wins!
Good to see "Nags to Riches" was straight back into winning ways. Today's
selections at Ascot should be interesting although the system has not had
a selection on a pure Stakes race before so if you are tempted to have
a small wager (remember we are still testing) please make it small.
I been looking at all the different systems I am using and testing at the
moment and the time it is taking me to select which seems to be getting
Luckily I do use some standard automated selection software like RaceXpert.
I also have some of my own specially developed software, especially
for selecting and testing greyhound systems, which is making life easier,
but at the end of the day you still need to make some selections and
decisions manually which is where a lot of time is needed.
When people ask me about my systems are normally get asked...
1. Is it easy and can I do it before I go to work.
2. What percentage of winners/losers.
Some of the more experienced readers will probably see the paradox here
and understand why it can be so difficult to create a system to suit
It's not too difficult to create a system that is easy to use but it is
more difficult to combine that with being accurate, because I know most
people are looking for 90% or above winners!
The question really is will a more complex system give you a higher
percentage of winners?
Well "Nags to Riches" is running at about 92% and I wouldn't call it a
difficult system but I know some systems that take 2 or 3 hours to select
but still do not achieve these types of results, but there is one more
question to add to the mix.
3. Are the selections low priced.
Hmm now we need a system that is simple, is easy, selects low priced
runners and has over a 90% win rate.
What do we call low priced?
New (test) Lay System..."Nags to Riches"
Russian Rocket came 1st Friday.
Zumrah came 6th yesterday.
W = 34
L = 2
15.15 Carlise, Confide
Question of the day.
Have good day's racing.
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