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Old 05-16-2009, 08:44 AM   #1
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Arlington Short Term Track Profile

Last 2 days 6f and 8f poly profiles from result charts.

6f races show winner positions at 1st and 2nd calls.

8f races show winner positions at 1st FRACTION and 1st Call.

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Arlington:
6f (1c and 2c pos from result charts)
1) 5-5
2) 7-7
3) 7-5
4) 7-6
5) 5-5
6) 1-1
7) 3-3
8) 5-4

8f (1st fraction and 1st call from result charts)
1) 1-1
2) 6-6
3) 5-5
4) 8-6
5) 3-2
6) 4-3
7) 9-9
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Old 05-16-2009, 12:50 PM   #2
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thanks Ritchie P

**You are most welcome "Pace"** RichieP

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Old 05-16-2009, 01:13 PM   #3
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Richie

I do something slightly different. My program generates a file for the top 4 finishers in each race, indicating the lengths behind at the first two calls. (Obviously, I could also easily add positions to these.) This gives me a good look at how the track is playing, as I can see how far back the winners are coming from (as well as how gapped the races are). Of course, playing as many tracks as I do, I rarely look at these files.
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Old 05-16-2009, 03:34 PM   #4
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Richie

I do something slightly different. My program generates a file for the top 4 finishers in each race, indicating the lengths behind at the first two calls. (Obviously, I could also easily add positions to these.) This gives me a good look at how the track is playing, as I can see how far back the winners are coming from (as well as how gapped the races are). Of course, playing as many tracks as I do, I rarely look at these files.
Hi John
I think you would benefit from adding the positions. Possibly big time man.

It gives you more of a "visual" and with you "watching" lots of replays etc seems like a perfect fit with how you find your bets.
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Old 05-18-2009, 09:44 AM   #5
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Arlington

Strong O.T.E. positional bias for winners continued virtually unabated both weekend cards after the original post.

This track saved my bacon yesterday as my play at others sucked.

First 4 cards of this meet early dominated and I mean dominated. Then a virtual 180 degree shift the other way for a now extended period of time.

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Old 05-18-2009, 02:29 PM   #6
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There were two very generous loose lead winners this weekend at HOL: Victorian Prince, Friday night, and Kizzy's Chaos, yesterday. KC, in particular, was absolutely loose in his race. They each payed > 5:1.

Which got me to wondering if it might not be a good idea to write a program that looks over the entries for a particular day and zones in on those races where a speed horse or closer has and advantage. This wouldn't even require the PP's, just a database with the horses and their running styles. I'm sure someone is doing this already.
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