Hi Shaun,ShaunWhite wrote: ↑Tue May 04, 2021 3:48 amHighest number losing or highest proportion losing?
So it's the All Weather tracks? Apart from Chelmsford City and Newcastle which have a 'fairer' finish. I'm clueless about horseracing but I did read Cranberry's guide to the All Weather recently to see how they differ
It was highest number losing.
I chose <= 1.2 out of thin air as that seemd to give a good level or trades but with still low risk. Between Jan and April this year 29 horses have been gubbed at 1.01, the majority of those at All Weather Tracks too.
Interesting that we have 23 races today which potentially fit the bill.
Also, i havent looked at how many trade below 1.2, then go back above 2.4 but still go onto win.
I am going to setup a bot for this afternoon which Lay's all selections at 1.2, attempts to green-up at 100% at Wolverhampton, Lingfield and Southwell and see what happens. Just use small stakes. You never know Rodney.