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Keeneland Sales Grads - betting angle   General Discussions

Started May-10 by zowcownow; 587 views.
zowcownow

From: zowcownow

May-10

Here's the 13th race from Saturday ---- the Green Horse Logo are Keeneland sale grads.  Yep, its 1st, 2nd, and third.  http://www.equibase.com/static/chart/pdf/CD050419USA13.pdf

Can handicapping be this easy??

ChiefsCrown

From: ChiefsCrown

May-11

You might be onto something!

Funny, i always look for those Keeneland logos and on another blog people say that's meaningless.

Usually those sales grads are the ones who seem to hit the board. IDK.

zowcownow

From: zowcownow

May-12

Another longshot exacta of Keeneland Sales Grads......$414 for a buck.   The only reason I noticed this info is TVG does a "slams the gavel" on the Keeneland grad winners.   The problem is I can't seem to find an accurate PP with the Keeneland Grad Info prior to the race.    In one race at Belmont -- it showed 5 horses as Keeneland Grads in the PP but in the race chart results it showed just 3.    More research needed.  

http://www.equibase.com/premium/chartEmb.cfm?track=MTH&raceDate=05/11/19&cy=USA&rn=11

TexSquared

From: TexSquared

May-12

BRIS PP's have it:

http://www.brisnet.com/edgeped/2019preakness.pdf

Look at the very first horse, Alwaysmining. On the right it says;

SoldAt:  KEESEP 2017  $130.0k (2/31)

Hope this helps!

ChiefsCrown

From: ChiefsCrown

May-12

Hey Z......

I might be off base on this one but like you said the pp's don't show every detail. How about the horses weight? Any given race could have a horse at under 1100lbs running against a few that are 1200 - 1250lbs, would'nt their be a weight bias? Just throwing that out there. 

zowcownow

From: zowcownow

May-13

Never knew there was Horses weight on the PP's.  Interesting.  Also, I don't think weight is a betting angle in horses.  I'll put it on my list of things to analysis.  I'm convinced there is a trick to winning 50$ of the time.  

zowcownow

From: zowcownow

May-13

I did notice this.  Lots of work to scan each horse.  Handicapping made simple is what I'm looking for.  The Green Keeneland Horse logo is what I'm looking for.  I'm facebook buds with Gino B from TVG....maybe he will answer know the answer.  Any pics at Lonestar this week??

ChiefsCrown

From: ChiefsCrown

May-13

The weights aren't listed on pp's. I was saying i thought that might be a viable angle to look at.

Gerh

From: Gerh

May-13

It would certainly allow one to compare a horse’s weight in different stages in his/her form cycle

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ChiefsCrown

From: ChiefsCrown

May-13

That's what i thought.

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