Posts containing the tag Horse Racing

The Amygdala

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Emotion comes before thought Most of those who bet are aware that the activity of betting triggers several emotions and it is these emotions that can sometimes get the best of our better judgement. From the rush of excitement in spotting value in a bet until the time the result is known, emotions of … Continue reading

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