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Give It A Tick Horse Racing System

This system has been around since Noah played full back for Jerusalem and, in fairness, is not a bad starting point (or finishing point if you are short of time).

Using a good form guide, assess each horse on the following merit questions. Give it a tick for every yes answer. The horse with the most ticks is the selection. Try this for fun - you'll be amazed at how accurate it can be.

1) Has the horse won within 100 metres of today's distance?

2) Has the horse won at the track it is racing at today?

3) Did the horse win its last race or finish within 1.5 lengths of the winner?

4) Is the horse less than 7 years old and had no more than 20 career starts?

5) Was the horse's last start less than (and including) 28 days ago?

6) Is the horse trained by a Top 5 trainer in the State?

7) Is the horse being ridden by a Top 5 jockey in the State/ other State (metro) or a top 8 jockey at the track (if a non metro meeting)?

8) Is the distance of today's race is between 800 and 1550 metres AND the contender drawn in barriers 1 - 7?

9) Is the horse one of the top 6 weighted horses in the race?

10) Is the horse number 1 and weighted between 1 and 2 kilos above the weight (pre allowances) of horse number 2?

11) Is the horse carrying within 1 kg of the weight it carried last start? (pre allowances)

12) Did the horse place at its last start AND is being ridden today by the same jockey?

13) Is the horse racing today in a field of less than 16 runners AND priced at less than $10?

14) If the track today is slow or heavy, has the horse previously been placed "in the wet"?

 

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