Horse Racing System
Horse racing system number 44 is now upon us and for this one I have decided that we will be using flat racing and only flat racing events.
The flat racing events that we are going to be looking for will be non-handicap so any that are found to be a handicap can safely left out of the equation.
But before we start looking into the workings of this system as ever we will first see how well it did based on the profit for 1998 and it finished at number 61 in the list which can be found at the back of this book.
Moving onto its R.O.I. for the year in question and we see that by using this list also found at the back of the book it finished at number 44, right then let’s see the workings of this system.
The next part of the system will take us north of the boarder to Scotland which has five racecourses but the only one we are interested in here is Ayr.
In racing a class two event is just below the top level and for this system we are going to check a runners last UK Flat to see if it had contested one of these in order to qualify.
During 1998 this racing system had 19 runners with 7 of them winning giving it a strike rate of 37% and the total profit for the year was £118.50 to a ten pound stake.
Looking at system number 44 and its overall performance in our top horse racing systems for 1998 we see that this one finished up at number 57 in our list.
Must be a Flat race
Must be a Non-Handicap race
Must be a Ayr Racecourse race
Must of RanInClassTwoRaceLastTimeOut
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