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Mighty maidens horse racing system

THE RULES FOR THE MIGHTY MAIDENS PLAN

1. Consider all maiden races regardless of track condition

2. Disregard any race where there are more than 16 runners

3. Eliminate all horses handicapped at MORE than 2.5 kilograms over the bottom weight

4. Eliminate any remaining runners being ridden by an apprentice

5. Starting from the lowest TAB number, work your way up the remaining runners.
  
The bet will be the first horse that has run 2nd at a TAB meeting at its last start
   
There must not be a spell between that run and today – in other words a horse whose form reads, for example, 52x or 2X or 02X, would not be considered. It must be something like 0X2 or 482 or 2 etc etc.
  
How do you tell if its last start was at a TAB meeting? Easy. If you use the Unitab web site as your initial guide, simply click on the horse’s name to get more  detailed form and, instead of seeing “2nd , Moruya, 19 Jan 08” etc etc you will note that the second you are looking for is not there in its recent form and  the message will read “this information only includes Form for Races/Meetings covered by Unitab”
  
As Unitab covers everything that moves that remotely looks like a race you can take it as read that the start in question was not at a TAB meeting.

If there are two or more runners left, look at the prize money value of their last race. It may be the case that one ran second in a $20000 maiden at Rosehill and the other ran second in a $5000 Maiden at Bathurst. It goes without saying the preference would be for the metro place getter.

If they are still equal after the prize money criteria, the option is either to pass the race or take the one with the lowest barrier number. (It may be easier to pass the race – there will always be more races tomorrow!!)

6. If there are no horses that qualify under rule 5, go through the process again but this time look for a qualifying horse that ran 3rd at its last start and repeat the process.

7. No other horses are considered. (It was noticeable during the test period that there seemed to be quite a lot of horses that finished 4th at their last start that also went on to win but, hey, where do you draw the line?) Follow these rules and you’ll be surprised how many times you find the winner and you’ll have a bit of fun with these otherwise difficult races!

[A month long workout - TAB AND BETFAIR - of this old fun plan can be downloaded by right clicking here]

NOTE WELL: THIS PLAN IS INCLUDED ON THIS SITE FOR YOUR ENTERATINMENT ONLY. FOLLOW AT YOUR OWN RISK.

 

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