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Old 05-14-2019, 07:53 PM   #141
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Old 05-14-2019, 08:06 PM   #142
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Thanks for the reply and always wish the very best to you and
your family.


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Old 05-14-2019, 08:45 PM   #143
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Hey

There is one thing good about when the times are bad...
We have the sense to review and pull back and regroup.
Good of you to reach out and ask.

Thank You

As we all have to be reminded how we all got here by asking questions.
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Old 05-15-2019, 07:12 PM   #144
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Old 05-15-2019, 10:30 PM   #145
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The Best Thing I Find Works.

The Next Race Is In 20 minutes
Tea Time
Bah!
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Old 06-30-2019, 05:58 PM   #146
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There was a post in another area about the X and O'S but I didnt
feel it was right to respond as it's a teaching thread.

For what it's worth I feel it's a excellent tool in the handicapping process
and ever since I listened to the advice of FTL and Bill it has helped
me. I am though using a old hand entry program where the racing form
is necessary.

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Old 07-06-2019, 03:11 PM   #147
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Race 5 LRL 7/6/2019

Race 5 LRL
win 1-4 exacta 1 4 3

Fulcrum = Horse 10 114.1


Horse 1 Line 2 excused line 1, First try at LRL current meet
155 TPR -8 Late

Horse 2, Not much here against the fulcrum POR 0-12

Horse 3 Line 3 is a plus race at this same condition.
The track was listed as good
I excused line 1 and 2. Line 3 was a plus race good effort.

Horse 4 Line 3 Plus race on a good Del. track
TPR 154 -6.4 Late

Horse 5 Lightly race
Line 1 is a plus race but a very slow 138 TPR

Horse 6 Ships in from PRX 0-23
Line 1 is a plus race, same conditions
150 TPR -2.5 Late

Horse 7 drops again in 3rd life race
30/1 ML TPR'S are slow 132

Horse 8 comes off a plus race at CT
but adjusted from a multiple turn 9.0 race at CT
His 3 LRL TPR are all slow 127, 125, 131

Horse 9 Never routed
His 3 sprint TPR's are 139 133 and 129
His Early Late numbers are very heavy on the late side

Horse 10 = fulcrum Line 1 is a plus race
142 TPR

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Old 07-06-2019, 03:39 PM   #148
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$12

The 5 improves as a lightly raced filly
and pays $12

The 3 and the 4 placed and showed

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Horse 5 Lightly race
Line 1 is a plus race but a very slow 138 TPR
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Hi Bill

Thanks for putting up the race

Hope your feeling better and tell Dad hi

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Old 07-07-2019, 12:37 PM   #150
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Hello Jeff

I am doing better. Dad is happy Monmouth is running, He is taking today off.

In the race yesterday, I got reminded of how Doc use to say how Andy Beyer blew a gasket when he tried to win at Del Mar.
I am so tuned into Santa Anita and now Los Al. The TPR's seem so slow
from back east, I think it is because the EPR's are so much faster out here.
I never see 138 TPR's winning. Out here I see much more high 80's and 90's
for the EPR and they decelerate less but so does every other horse. So the TPRs
are higher
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