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« 2020-Jul-16, 08:51 PM Reply #275 »
    R1 - 2. Warbler

    R2 - 3. Boomtastic

    R3 - 5. Sentimental Gift

    R4 - 12. Continuance

    R5 - 6. Chantrea
 
    R6 - 6. Truly Great

    R7 - 5. Not to Be Mist

    R9 - 11. Secret Statue

    R10 - 9. Long Beach

9 rides, 7 favs + 1 joint fav, the other runner Truly Great was unlucky last start and will be hard to beat @ $5


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« 2020-Jul-16, 08:56 PM Reply #276 »
I like Cambist to beat his hot pot, Chantrea & reckon Secret Statue the weakest ride.

The rest🤔 looks like a 4,5,6,7 system multi😆

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« 2020-Jul-16, 09:02 PM Reply #277 »
spoiler alert....

What is Pike's strike rate and ROI on hot pots?

Food for thought...... what is the ROI when Pikes mounts get beaten or even better run unplaced in exotics and your roughy is in the result?

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ps you know I know the answers.

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« 2020-Jul-16, 09:03 PM Reply #278 »



Piked .... tears before bedtime

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« 2020-Jul-16, 09:14 PM Reply #279 »
spoiler alert....

What is Pike's strike rate and ROI on hot pots?

Food for thought...... what is the ROI when Pikes mounts get beaten or even better run unplaced in exotics and your roughy is in the result?

Fours
ps you know I know the answers.

Yes, his “ability” fluctuates

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« 2020-Jul-16, 09:30 PM Reply #280 »
"fluctuates" or variance of a kind.....

Most wont do the work but maybe the ROI can be more deeply looked at for divergence from the ''mean''  in certain  areas.....

Fours
BUTTTTTT remember what the horse is capable of is important and should not be forgotten when you look at those stats

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« 2020-Jul-16, 09:56 PM Reply #281 »
spoiler alert....

What is Pike's strike rate and ROI on hot pots?

Food for thought...... what is the ROI when Pikes mounts get beaten or even better run unplaced in exotics and your roughy is in the result?

Fours
ps you know I know the answers.

Couldn't you say the same for every top jock? You're basically betting on 'luck' (or the lack of) to create your dividend.




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« 2020-Jul-16, 10:13 PM Reply #282 »
Gintara,

For those that do the work..... and it is work.... partly because the stats change over time...... there is money to be made in this area.

Pike's figures are in fact lousy in some areas. This is important knowledge.

Lousy is a relative term of course - lousy for a top rated jockey that is.

Pike's stats are also outstanding in some areas but ROI may be no better than so called poor jockeys due to over and under betting respectively.

What the horse can and can't do is important. I have yet to see a jockey put a horse on his back and carry it over the line.

Fours






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« 2020-Jul-17, 05:37 PM Reply #283 »
Gintara,

For those that do the work..... and it is work.... partly because the stats change over time...... there is money to be made in this area.

Pike's figures are in fact lousy in some areas. This is important knowledge.

Lousy is a relative term of course - lousy for a top rated jockey that is.

Pike's stats are also outstanding in some areas but ROI may be no better than so called poor jockeys due to over and under betting respectively.

What the horse can and can't do is important. I have yet to see a jockey put a horse on his back and carry it over the line.

Fours

You could say the same in reverse. Plenty of money to be made backing Pike mounts, It's all about being on the right one/s.

It's really a moot point otherwise as no one would be backing them all.

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« 2020-Jul-18, 04:28 PM Reply #284 »
5 down 4 winners

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« 2020-Jul-18, 05:29 PM Reply #285 »
Fancy sitting back and letting the great Wrinkley stroll along 10 lengths in front of you :no: :no:

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« 2020-Jul-18, 05:42 PM Reply #286 »
Fancy sitting back and letting the great Wrinkley stroll along 10 lengths in front of you :no: :no:

  :biggrin:   :biggrin:   :biggrin:  Loved it.

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« 2020-Jul-18, 06:13 PM Reply #287 »
So did I mate. Backed Wrinkly

Pikey is quite predictable   :lol:

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« 2020-Jul-18, 07:16 PM Reply #288 »


Piked .... tears before bedtime

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« 2020-Jul-18, 10:13 PM Reply #289 »
Even you could have found most of those Pete  :chin:

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« 2020-Jul-19, 08:35 AM Reply #290 »

The magnificent Pike

I had the 5 that won and the 4 that did not -- coupled in running doubles on Friday night.

The prices of the winners were better than expected.

............ can someone say where the race replays for WA racing are available, please?


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« 2020-Jul-19, 08:50 AM Reply #291 »
The magnificent Pike.

The prices of the winners were better than expected.?


Oh but you were bitching about the prices always being unders.

So you were wrong again  💡

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« 2020-Jul-19, 08:54 AM Reply #292 »

Perth racing Piked


The prominent role that WP plays in Perth racing is akin to the situation in Hong Kong where a couple of jockeys  similarly rule the roost.

Another is the implicit distortion of the betting markets for these races -- a real trap when the fields are inflated with runners cluttering the race but unable to win.

..... .......all up, these distortions make the racing unattractive as a betting opportunity.



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« 2020-Jul-19, 01:03 PM Reply #293 »

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« 2020-Jul-19, 03:28 PM Reply #294 »


............ thanks Sobig............. a different sign language in WA

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« 2020-Jul-25, 07:41 PM Reply #295 »


Piked -- two, too-short, today --

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« 2020-Jul-25, 08:02 PM Reply #296 »
Only for those who snoozed. They bet black figures on both of them early.

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« 2020-Jul-26, 09:54 AM Reply #297 »
Peter in a coma......still  :lol:

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« 2020-Jul-26, 09:56 PM Reply #298 »

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« 2020-Jul-26, 10:21 PM Reply #299 »


Piked .......an astonishing performer in WA racing ......

.,................ he cannot turn water into wine ...... usually there will be tears before bedtime....... Pike makes WA racing a backwater ........ much the  same as HK racing has been corrupted as a local focal point, with little of substance in the way of global relevance.

A decade ago, RVL had the racing world by the balls ............ and blew it ............ why?


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