The logic for this system is that, the fewer the runners in a race, the higher the probability of the top rated horse winning the race.

From the 5 years of data there have been 1070 races where there were 5 runners or less.

Whilst these are blindly profitable for the top rated horse, we only make 41 points profit.

So I look at those race types which were more profitable than others.

The data for this system is shown in the systems spreadsheet which may be found at R9-Portfolio-Special.xlsx

The tab named 1). 5 runners or less shows all the races (over the 5 year period) shows the top rated horses for every qualifying race (i.e. where there are 5 runners or less.)

The tab named 2). Race Type shows all the race types and their statistics. If you scroll down you will see a refined set of data – these are the blindly profitable race types for this system.

As you can see, these refined race types gave us 581 selections over the 5 year data sample. This equates to 2.36 races per week.

From these races there were 331 winners.

This equates to a strike rate of 56.97% and a POI (Profit on Investment) of 58.32% to BSP (assuming a 2% commission.)

The tab named 1). Selections show the actual selections over the 5 year period.

As you can see, the win columns shows plenty of green (for a winning bet) – I like plenty of green.

My kindest regards

Horse Racing Betting System Results


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