What Happened horse
In this system,
the focus is on horses that won two starts ago but may have performed
poorly at their most recent start. Seems best
suited to city tracks.
1. Eliminate any
race whose distance is not between 1000 metres and 1400 metres
2. Eliminate any race with less than 10 starters
3. Any contender must have won its second last start and must have
a career win strike rate of better than 10%
4. Any contender must not have won or been placed at its last start
5. Eliminate any horse that has not has at least two runs from a spell
6. Eliminate any horse whose last start was not between 10 and 17
7. If more than one horse remains back the one carrying the highest
Tested over 7 months, there were 10 winners from 65 selections showing
a profit at level stakes of better than 9% but there were
long losing sequences. (Average price of winners was $12 or 11/1)
(Warning: The test results are just that
– test results – and are published for your interest.
They should not in any way be considered a future
performance indicator or a guide to any profits that may or may not
be made using these criteria. Racing is not that predictable.