Handicapping’s most powerful basic general factors and Profitcapping makes for the most formidable means to play horse racing. In handicapping there are base factors that’s been used for decades and whenever almost anyone speaks of racing several or more of these factors are written or mentioned. To show how a factor is composed let’s use Track Bias. Track bias is made of: race types (maiden, claiming, allowance, handicap, stakes, grades 1, 2, and 3) with each different purse amounts with each different amounts of distances (sprints or routes) with each surface types (hard, soft, rough, uphill and so on) with each track type (dry, wet, muddy or sloppy) with each mix of age types with each class level and so on which makes up the speed and pace of the races and its’ differences per track per week or per meet at each track in the country.
To continue: race shapes (fast leader pace, slow leader pace), jockey’s sprint and/or route performance percent, race types (early presser, late presser), positions and lengths gained or lost from gate to finish, jockey weight, speed (early, early presser, presser), post bias (1-3 posts win most races), track speed (fast track, slow track), pars (early 1, early 2, speed 1, late presser speed 2).
Each factor is made of sub-factors and factors and sub-factors can be used with other factors and sub-factors to produce angles in the hundreds. This is basically what handicapping is in its’ first type or form which is called ‘common’ handicapping. This is what the mass majority of players do and use. Combining two or more factors and/or sub-factors of other factors and sub-factors. Some of the most tried and true, proven and tested factors appear in virtually every case in racing. These factors are very straight forward but they’re also made of sub-elements even if they’re the most basic of means and methods. Below are handicapping’s most powerful basic general factors.
The first 5 basics: pace, class, speed, form and field size. The second 5 basics: trip, energy of horse, jockey, physicality (health) of horse and age. The third 5 basics: run style, days last race, track bias, distance today and gender. The fourth 6 basics: morning line odds, last allowed odds (odds given horse in prior 2 races), workouts (first time starters with their comments and bloodline included) and the race description and conditions (found at the top of the morning line and top of the daily racing form above the stats). The daily racing form, the morning line odds, the racing digest for specific tracks, brisnet.com and other online sources and a few others have the past performances of each horse. The thing is how to use these and others to advantage.
Profitcapping’s the means, methods and systems to predict and determine the profit to be made over months and several years in the future and has ‘nothing’ to do with selecting horses but only with how much money can be made.. Handicapping’s the means, methods and factors to predict and determine the Order-Of-Finish of races by selecting and choosing horses and has ‘nothing’ to do with money. Both of these two major divisions meet at the tote board. The 21 factors written above are handicapping’s most powerful basic general factors.