My own area of the service comprises
|1. Draw Bias Race Analysis
Each day I identify the races where long
term statistics suggest profits can be made from the
use of draw bias.
The message will try to pin point horses
that have the best chance of winning in terms of statistics,
and horses that should start at prices that are higher
than they should be. Races discussed will always be
narrowed down - sometimes to just one candidate, other
times it may be to six or seven. It is my aim to cut
down your own time consuming analysis.
If I can narrow down a competitive 20
runner sprint to six candidates then I have saved you
time by eliminating 14 of the horses. Clearly, the horses
I pinpoint will not always succeed, but I will do my
very best to give you the most accurate analysis possible
of certain races.
Remember, I do not really want to be considered
a tipster - I am a researcher. However, if I think one
particular horse has an outstanding chance of winning
- I will say so!
This part of the service will be particularly
suited to those who like to make their own final decisions
about which horse to bet on. You will be doing so however
from a statistically based short list of selections.
IEach day and try and highlight for members
my three "Best Chances" of the day. Perhaps
badly named but the best chance's are not what I consider
the most likley or obvious winner of the race, they
are bets that I calculate as having long term betting
Results have been very positive. Email
and ask for latest profit figures.
Drawn2Win will be using the innovative
pace / running style analysis to give us that vital
edge of the bookmakers and other punters. Each course
in Britain is unique and some course and distances offer
front runners a massive advantage, while others favour
horses that are held up for a late run.
Some stats to mull over (taken from 3yo
/ all age handicaps from 1997 to 2003) :
1. Hamilton over 5 furlongs has seen 14 of the 41 races
(34.1%) won by horses that led early / made all.
2. Chester over 5 furlongs saw 25 of the 36 races (69.4%)
won by horses that led or raced prominently.
3. Bath over 5 furlongs on the other hand saw only
2 of the 26 races (7.7%) going to front runners, while
13 were won by horses that were held up, initially raced
in midfield or initially raced at the back.
At Drawn2Win we have developed individual horse "pace"
figures which takes into account their particular running
style. This gives us a real "edge" in determining
the most likely way a race will be run and which horses
are likely to race up with the pace, and which are likely
to race off the pace.
This allied to the course bias stats we have produced
will highlight some worthwhile betting opportunities
that ordinary form study will miss.
Each day members receive my Pace ratings
for the sprint races
The final part of the member's package
will be the chance to share in new research by myself
and other racing researchers.
Several articles that have been written
will be available to members during the subscription
period. Some exiting additional areas are currently
being researched and articles will become available
to members when they are completed.
Keeping one step ahead of the bookmakers
is a key factor to betting success. As a member you
will be first to hear about any profitable opportunities
either my fellow researchers or myself uncover.