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Old 3rd July 2016, 06:33 PM
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BD, OK, Less than 8 races at the meet; bet in last 2 races, if 8 or more races bet in all races from race 7 onwards.

eg. if there were 10 races you would be betting races 7, 8,9, and 10

The selection is the first horse (working up from bottom weight) that has a C or D next to it's name.

If there is no bet then take the first horse with a "T" next to it's name.

Now you could add, if still no bet then take the first horse with "W" next to it's name.

If still no bet then back the absolute bottom weight.

Those last 3 rules are only my tweaks, and are optional.

C, means that the horse has won over the distance AT THAT TRACK, D means that it has won at the distance at any track, T means that it has won at the track but not at that distance.
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Old 3rd July 2016, 07:22 PM
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"C" means something different then than what I thought it did and it's a bit misleading as different publication give it a different meaning.

No matter, I can get it out of the db easy enough.
Only I'm a bit confused now as what the "C" actually stands for?
Always regarded it as capital "C" = won in class, lower case "c" = placed in class.
All or any explanations are welcome.
Consensus rules or not?
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Old 4th July 2016, 01:10 AM
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Well, you've got me there, and in fact you've got me a bit worried, as I have always (like say for the last 50 years at least) taken the UK translation of "C" meaning "Course and Distance winner" so I am very concerned to get this one sorted out? not sure where to look though?
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Old 4th July 2016, 05:24 AM
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I have been using the classification from the unitab website or the now TATTS. The codes from there form guide indicate

C Has won over this distance at this track
D Has won over this distance at another track
T Has won at this track over another distance
W Has won or been placed on a rain-affected track


I would have included Frisco Joe H10 BR7 @ Toowoomba yesterday as a selection

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Old 4th July 2016, 08:09 AM
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I have been using the classification from the unitab website or the now TATTS. The codes from there form guide indicate

C Has won over this distance at this track
D Has won over this distance at another track
T Has won at this track over another distance
W Has won or been placed on a rain-affected track


I would have included Frisco Joe H10 BR7 @ Toowoomba yesterday as a selection


Yep sounds about right, not sure if the W also refers to placed or just won, i guess it depends on the site, i am using Unitab in the sheet i have the selects the runners, i can also back test this.
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Old 4th July 2016, 09:59 AM
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Yes Frisco Joe was a selection. but I am gobsmacked that "W" can mean placed as well????? Huh! surely "W" is for Win or Won? anyway there are very few bets under the last 3 rules so I'll just leave it as it is.

Oh I get it , I suppose W could refer to "WET"

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Old 4th July 2016, 08:14 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Vortech
I have been using the classification from the unitab website or the now TATTS. The codes from there form guide indicate

C Has won over this distance at this track
D Has won over this distance at another track
T Has won at this track over another distance
W Has won or been placed on a rain-affected track


In this case I have to recheck my database.
How on earth can "C" mean "Has won over this distance at this track" is beyond me?
"TD" is what I have for it or "td" for place on track and distance.
"C" as far as I'm concerned is for win in same class.
No wonder there are systems out there that cannot be properly tested and posters can claim anything they want to and put the onus of proving it otherwise on you.

Not interested.
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Old 4th July 2016, 09:01 PM
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C Has won over this distance at this track/course (the C is for Course)
D Has won over this distance at another track
T Has won at this track over another distance
W Has won on a rain-affected track

I'm not sure what everyone is going on about here. I would think it's pretty obvious and I don't even win at betting (just used to win at trading). But I follow you guys on here for that one morsel of information that will make me my millions.
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Old 4th July 2016, 09:24 PM
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C Has won over this distance at this track/course (the C is for Course)
D Has won over this distance at another track
T Has won at this track over another distance
W Has won on a rain-affected track

I'm not sure what everyone is going on about here. I would think it's pretty obvious and I don't even win at betting (just used to win at trading). But I follow you guys on here for that one morsel of information that will make me my millions.


Mate, you're making this beyond ridiculous: "D" Has won over this distance at another track

So what signifies a win over this distance on THIS track, I mean the current track?
There are as many explanations/abbreviations as there are publications or punters.

As I said, unless there is a uniform code there is just no point looking at these.
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Old 4th July 2016, 09:37 PM
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Mate, you're making this beyond ridiculous: "D" Has won over this distance at another track

So what signifies a win over this distance on THIS track, I mean the current track?
There are as many explanations/abbreviations as there are publications or punters.

As I said, unless there is a uniform code there is just no point looking at these.


Sorry missed the top line "C". still it makes no sense to me as the data I'm getting is different so unless there is an agreed upon uniform code there is no point.
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