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Pace Makes the Race / TPR Discussion, Examples, Lessons from Total Pace Ratings (TPR) aka 'Phase I' from the book 'Pace Makes the Race'

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Old 11-19-2017, 12:38 PM   #111
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I was wondering if you could share your thoughts on using TPR
in the handicapping process

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Old 11-23-2017, 03:21 PM   #112
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One thing I have picked up from your teachings is looking at the
3rd fraction in Energy when race variegates sustained.

I have been doing races just trying to learn and it seems so far
that these horses win a high percentage

Happy Thanksgiving and Thanks for your help
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Old 11-24-2017, 01:01 PM   #113
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I think in the FU'S Doc had mentioned about betting the 3rd fraction horses
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Old 11-25-2017, 12:22 PM   #114
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Hi Jeff

This is why the EXDC and SP readouts are so powerful
The mantra of the teaching members was beware of 1 run horses

I will use a example from TPR

Modeling the EPR LPR and TPR readouts you will most likely see
your winning horses have two of the these readout being in the top 4

Here are my most recent 20 races from my Model

These are the rankings for the Winning horse and Place horse

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Old 11-25-2017, 02:26 PM   #115
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Nice work you have helped me out as always

FTL'S example using energy was a big help too otherwise I would
still be looking at that first ranking screen for sustained races

Both of you make a great teaching combo

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Old 02-05-2018, 01:13 AM   #116
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7 - THE 90 DAY GUIDELINE. This IS NOT a Sartin guideline. It is mine. If a horse hasn't run in 90 days I throw it out. It gets no line. When I am excusing lines, I do not go back more than 90 days. If a horse is sound and racing on a regular basis, it can run 4 or 5 times in 90 days. If you can't get a line from one of those races the horse is probably not going to win. If a horse came back after a long layoff and has just one race back, it better be a "+" or "(+)" race or it gets thrown out. The other races will be more than 90 days old.
Pizzolla has a pet term for the 2nd off the bench types with a poor race: SNAILs... “Showed Nothing After Its Layoff”... in his work, that runner gets stuck with the last line. Of course, he uses more liberal guidelines along with form patterns and other angles to try and reel in home run horses for intrarace exotics.
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