ARE YOU TIRED OF LOSING?
If you have ever handicapped a Graded Stakes Race here in North America, then you know just how difficult it can be to properly determine the quality of competition in each race. Imagine for a moment that you had horses competing against one another today that came from the following three races:
Race #A $500,000 Grade III at Saratoga with a field of 12 entered
Race #B $750,000 Grade II at Oaklawn Park with a field of 9 entered
Race #C $1,000,000 Grade I at Del Mar with a field of 6 entered
Just by this information alone, can you properly assess which of these races is of higher quality? Would you go by it’s Grade I, Grade II or Grade III designation? Or by it’s Purse Value? Or maybe even by it’s Field Size?
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DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU!
Don’t be the person who left a winning horse off of a life-changing score ticket (like some Pick-4, Pick-5 and Pick-6 tickets are) when you could have included that horse on your ticket because of the information that you got here on this site in the Ratings Section and in the Handicappers Forum Section.