And there are a lot of horses which dont like it either. That’s one good reason to stay out of races run on severely wet race tracks. We get some of our worst results on wet tracks but in saying that we also get some of our biggest dividends, however that rarely offsets the lower strike rate and runs of outs.
Ironically, we have had days where all of our Good track best have lost and the wet track ones (which we didnt have) won. Our minds impose this on us and we remember when we missed out.
Our Powerplay strategy works across the board, however when we eliminate certain aspects we get better results overall. One of these is field size, staying away from small fields, another is avoiding wet tracks .
In brief our “longshot Plan” from Winning Is Everything says filed 8-18 track to soft 5 only age to 7 Winform nett rating (our rating points) 22, which removes very low class races, top three Winform rated with all at $4 to $11 on fixed prices approx 5 minutes to the jump.
On the trial we ran at the time of printing the average qualifiers per race was just 1.75 (so from 1 to 3 runners) and from 154 selections we bet an average of $25 per runner at a dividend of $5.80 and profit of 10.24%. On level stakes it was a loss of 8.5%. The Powerplay program is available at www.stakingkings.com for $25 a month. All bets are backed up to the cloud.
Oh, one last thing. We strat at the top rated runner and cut off any runners which take the return to less than 100% profit. So if horse A is $4 25% and horse B 25% then the 3rd runner ie eliminated.
Happy punting with the one eligible track today..Townsville.