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Old 4th February 2018, 01:44 PM
Lord Greystoke Lord Greystoke is offline
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History repeats itself.


When it comes to human behaviour, you are spot on I believe. Not just in relation to what punters chase (and don't tend to chase) but every other aspect or variable in horse racing that has a human element as a fundamental. Once you understand this point, things start getting easier. If it human and predictable we can map and track it numerically I believe.

That is the really exciting bit for me!

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Old 4th February 2018, 04:34 PM
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Interesting proposition for the place I'm thinking UB. Thoughts?

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With All ups maybe. Depends on the strike rate and odds.
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Old 4th February 2018, 08:48 PM
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Interesting proposition for the place I'm thinking UB. Thoughts?

Cheers LG


With the greatest respect to you Lord Greystoke, the best proposition is to DYOR. You need thousands of hours of testing, you need a feel for what's going to repeat, what's solid.....you're not going to benefit from someone else's opinion anywhere near the same degree as you are if you do the hard yards yourselves. The reason you're looking for some sort of conformation is that you've not found out how to prosper from this caper.

You'll not prosper from others doing the hard yards for you.

And those who find that statement an insult, then, you don't get it.
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Old 4th February 2018, 10:04 PM
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With All ups maybe. Depends on the strike rate and odds.


At a glance, appears to return 3-4 out of 5 quite consistently. Would be interested to see how it stacks up state v state.

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Old 4th February 2018, 10:10 PM
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With the greatest respect to you Lord Greystoke, the best proposition is to DYOR. You need thousands of hours of testing, you need a feel for what's going to repeat, what's solid.....you're not going to benefit from someone else's opinion anywhere near the same degree as you are if you do the hard yards yourselves. The reason you're looking for some sort of conformation is that you've not found out how to prosper from this caper.

You'll not prosper from others doing the hard yards for you.

And those who find that statement an insult, then, you don't get it.


I think it is a bit of both Snert. How do you think the great artists - musicians - scientists conjure up great works? If you delve a bit deeper, you will find there is always an element or elements which have been obtained from somewhere else in addition to hard slog. Whether this be conscious (pinching and borrowing ideas and inputs from elsewhere) or unconscious (influence, education etc).

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Old 24th February 2018, 12:22 PM
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10 Feb

Warwick Farm:
She Will Reign 1st.

Caulfield:
Gailo Chop 1st.

Doomben:
Plumaro 2nd.

Pinjarra:
Kiss The Breeze 5th.

Morphettville:
Counterplay 2nd. Itz Invincible 1st.
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Old 11th March 2018, 01:21 AM
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24 Feb

Rosehill:
Estijaab 2nd.

Caulfield:
Gailo Chop 1st.

Doomben:
Meeting Postponed.

Ascot:
Eleven Seconds 4th.

Morphettville:
Incomparable 1st. Blue Tycoon 1st.
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Old 19th March 2018, 03:23 PM
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10 Mar

Randwick:
Estijaab 1st. Redzel 1st.

Flemington:
Kings Will Dream 1st.

Doomben:
Miss Sara 1st.

Ascot:
Western Temple 2nd.

Morphettville:
Iconoclasm 1st.
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