Posts containing the tag False Favourites

False Favourites (September 2010)

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My golden rule for a horseracing system is that it should be able to be written as a rule that is unambiguous and straightforward to apply. The system should also generate an acceptable success rate and return a profit. It should be able to reproduce its good historical performance in future races. A system … Continue reading

Lies, Damned Lies & Statistics

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Horse racing is an entity consumed by statistics inextricably woven into the fabric of the sport in an historical integration. When you add opinions that range from one extreme to another the unravelling becomes almost impossible but sometimes within the confusion there is an angle to exploit.  We all use statistics to aid our … Continue reading