Picking Longshot Contenders
The Factors That Point to Prices
Ever ask yourself, "What factors point to longshot winners?"
This product addresses the issue of exactly that.
It is logical to imagine that high-priced horses need to be held to a different standard than do low-priced animals. A 6/5 favorite who ranks 3rd for speed rating might be considered worthy of being played against, while a 30/1 horse with the same rank should be strongly considered as a bet.
Finding Vulnerable Favorites
What Makes Low-Priced Horses Lose?
Locating true vulnerable favorites will add to anyone's game. My definition of "favorite" is not the actual post time first public choice. Rather, it means "horses that go off at 3/1 and below."
Specifically, it highlights what factors point to low-priced horses that will return far less money than normal. Just the presence of one of these animals in a race will usually make the race about break-even for all the other horses! In other words, it is like playing without a takeout!
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