Trust Inform Racing to highlight value winners others will dismiss.
Time and again, a horse with supposedly poor form figures is given no chance by most punters, yet the speed ratings will tell a very different story and this is where the big winners can be found.
If a horse finishes second it is presumed to be in good form but this is no good if it was a slowly run race, even if it is flashing home at the end.
Another horse could run down the field on the other hand, but still record a quick time in fast race. Those who ignore that horse due to it finishing 6th or 7th last time out will be scratching their heads when it comes in next time at a big price.
Our speed ratings will highlight these horses for you time after time, with many winners in the past up to 50/1 and is just one of the simple ways you can identify value bets using the speed ratings.
You won’t win money betting on horses knowing the same obvious things other punters know. You win money by knowing important things other bettors don’t know and don't do.
Speed ratings are an absolute measure of a horse’s ability that can be accurately compared to all the other runners in the race and translate each performance into an easy to use number.
Our speed ratings are calculated manually by hand and by using our very own standard times for every course and distance we can calculate in every distance change due to stalls and/or rail movements that are made, which happens far more often than many realise
Most speed ratings are calculated by feeding in race times and basic track conditions into a computer programme which spits out any roughly calculated figure and simply cannot be as accurate because it is the understanding of everything other than the clocked time that makes the rating so valuable.
Other types of ratings are compiled using judgement, basic opinion and outdated and unreliable pounds per length as the variant.
Speed Ratings allow you to compare horses in a race that have run on different goings, at different courses and over different distances and this allows for a quick and reliable comparison.
How fast a horse runs is the single most important factor in finding your winners and is the only place to start when looking at a race.
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