After yesterdays amazing Power Pages and KHSS — Friday's Power Pages and KHSS are available for download now!

August 19, 2010

Another great day on Sunday 8/15 at Del Mar

Sunday(8/15),  Top-rated horses won 5 from 9races at Del Mar.  In 2 cases that were won by horses not rated on TOP, those races were won by our STAR horses.  In race 6 Royal  J won and in race #8 Wasted Tears won.   Beyond that if you used our STAR horse as 1st call in each race and the T-R as the 2nd call in each race,   a simple 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2x won the PICK-6… That’s information that is really powerful and helps get you closer to the winners before you start your handicapping!

What is the difference between the Power Page and the Key Horse Selection Sheet?

 This frequently asked question goes to the heart of the handicapping/selection discussion. The Power Page is a detailed study of the recent form of a horse, in speed figures. I call that number the PPN –Projected Power Number — it is designed to be transferred to your racing newspaper and then MODIFIED BY YOU according to your own handicapping, taking into account the trainer, the post position, how the horse looks to you in form and in flesh and all the other handicapping ideas that you believe should be brought into the equation. It’s my opinion that the relative strenght of the PPN’s is the greatest predictor of the outcome of a race and when modified by an astute handicapper they can improve the handicapping result. By themselves the PPN’s order up races about as well as any handicapping material or selection sheet in publication… Note I do additional work on the Power Page with my STAR horses – which have over the course of 12 years proven to be a POSITIVE expectation of about 2%, which is the best handicapping information on the market today.

So how is the KEY HORSE SELECTION SHEET different from the Power Page. Simple, the KHSS starts with the PPN from the Power Page (and te STARS) and then looks at all the other handicapping information that the Power Page DOESN’T LOOK AT, adds those values into the PPN and comes up with the APN –ACCUMULATED POWER NUMBER. The horse with the highest PPN gets a value of 10.0, the horse with the next highest PPN gets a value of 10.0 minus the (difference in their PPN’s ). So for an example if thie highest rated horse had a 70.0 on the Power Page, he would get a 10.0 — then if the next best PPN was a 69.5, then he would get a 9.5, then after that they would get additional values for all the other handicapping factors, starting with Post Position, Trainer , workouts, back power, STAR, early speed and anything else you can think of. Remember, some of these factors might increase the APN and some might decrease the APN so a horse can have a number well above 10.0 or the highest rated horse on the Power Page can have a number below the 10.0 he would have started with. The important fact is this, that with the KHSS, you should be able to use this product as a selection sheet and just look at the 4 horses, look at the tote board and look at anything else you like to look at and make a bet accordingly…

Resulting yesterday — Minsiter D’oro was an absolute disappointment…ON TO THE NEXT..

Thursday’s Free Play….Saratoga — Race #8 …  Minnie Punt looks like a must use in your Pick-6 ticket and a vergy good win or win/place wager….