There is simply no way to answer your question, it simply boils down to personnel preferences on what you consider important in your selections.I need an explanation about which horse to play in a race among its speed figures notes.
Following the notes from the old races, how far do you stop on this horse and not another one? What should we take first?
There are people who do not take any notice of the weight carried when compiling their figures, they just multiply the beaten lengths by the pounds per length for that distance.Thanks both - so obvious really I should have seen that - cheers
A very true statement indeed...There were 3 races over 3m hurdles yesterday and it highlighted the importance of having pace in the race when it comes analysing times. The 2.5 had 2 front runners in there and that meant they went a decent pace whereas in 3.50 there was a crawl.