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Thread: Equibase Stats Race Lens Angles 7/13-14

  1. #1 Equibase Stats Race Lens Angles 7/13-14 
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    again, no opinion on these but figured I'd post in case anyone was handicapping these races and wanted to look at these Equibase angles as an additional handicapping tool

    They did well last weekend.


    Here are a few STATS Angles to keep an eye on this weekend:
    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    AP 2018-07-13 1 Brother Cesare 3 5/2
    Track: Arlington, Dirt Sprints, Projected Leader: Past Year: 264 Starts, 87 Wins, 33% Win%, 63% ITM%, Return on Investment +26% or $2.52

    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    BEL 2018-07-13 7 Summer Sweet 1 7/2
    Trainer: Michael Stidham Using Jockey: Joe Bravo: Past Year: 79 Starts, 21 Wins, 27% Win%, 56% ITM%, Return on Investment +11% or $2.22

    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    BEL 2018-07-14 5 Mango M 7 9/2
    Trainer: Claude R. McGaughey III, Sprint to Route: Past Year: 36 Starts, 9 Wins, 25% Win%, 45% ITM%, Return on Investment +31% or $2.62

    Track Race Date Race Number Horse Program Number Morning Line
    DEL 2018-07-14 8 Untamed Domain 5 5/2
    Trainer: H. Graham Motion, 31 to 60 Days Away: Past Year: 238 Starts, 45 Wins, 19% Win%, 51% ITM%, Return on Investment +10% or $2.20
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    dav168, Do you have any angles you developed that are working for you? Also, how did you get it to print out only the horses that qualified like that?
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    The angles that i post are simply emails that i receive from equibase. I really do not use angles per say when I look at races. I guess there is one "angle" that I pay attention to as it has worked for me . That is when a four year old makes is first (or second )start on turf and has shown previous ability(speed figures/class,ec) on the surface as a three year old. Yoshida would be the perfect example when he ran and won at a good price on the undercard on Derby day. Layoffs do not seem to matter as much on turf and horses generally develop well from three to four. One orher angle i guess i also use is if I do not have time or desire to handicap a race, I will sometimes bet blindly on a gray horse to win on turf! A friend of mine mentioned this to me a LONG time ago and it seems to work though i have no stats to back that up. Miss Jen yesterday at Belmont worked!
    Best of luck on your olays
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    ...Outstanding work last Weekend...Let me say Welcome to the Horse Community and best of luck
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    wish I could take credit for the "outstanding work" but all I did was copy and paste the stats from the Equibase email though I did mention I liked one of the "angle" horses(Orecchiette) . Hopefully someone benefited from the sharing of info.
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    Dav168: Thanks for the easy winner in the 7th at Belmont. Summer Sweet won going away and paid a cool $7.70. Please keep these Equibase angles coming!
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    will do. the other one at AP won as well but I believe he was even money or less. I did not have either but always love Joe Bravo at Belmont though usually on a longer shot than 5-2.
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    Well i don't care who the brain child is you get credit for it...you're the one bringing attention.
    This no fluke...what exactly is it now out of 6 races...4-1-1
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    Dav168: Quick update to close out your latest Equibase angles report. MangoM finished first at Belmont paying a nice $8.60. Even the place price at $5.30 was solid. The Delaware horse (Untamed Domain) finished out. Keep up the solid work!
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    ok,will post them if I get them. I only bet one of them(won) but they did do well.
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    Thanks, dav168. I'm testing their RaceLens software and trying to find subtle yet reasonable angles.
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    The "angle" that I mentioned above, about looking at horses making their 1st or 2nd start on turf as a 4 yr old,after showing that they handled it at 3 and running competitive numbers,showed up yesterday at SAR. Both won easily(race 5 and race 10) and paid well. Of course I think I stopped posting picks after race 4 yesterday so it really doesn't help much to point it out now ! Also ,I unfortunately did not have the exacta in the finale as a 48-1 shot beat out 3 of my 5 horses I played underneath the winner.
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