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Online Peter Mair

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« 2019-Mar-17, 09:25 AM Reply #175 »

Inflated fields are spoiling the game

Saturday will illustrate the story:  4 dire-strait races -- 2 each of 1400&1600m races with inflated fields of 16 -- and a 2000m race with 16 starters.

Saturday did tell the story -- 20 starters in low-grade BM 80 races make for a mess -- as do dire-strait races for 2yro fillies.

Sydney racing was better -- but 20 starters in a G1 over 1500 m at Rosehill is a plan for a $200,000 F4 dividend.

.......... punters must be getting the message -- week after week in Melbourne!


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« 2019-Mar-17, 09:29 AM Reply #176 »
Peter,

Why aren't you making a killing every week?

You could be laying the shorties in all these fields PLUS

taking the 200g combos only in the first four and quaddies to clean up at very little expense.

Unless of course you don't believe your own spiel.

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Online Peter Mair

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« 2019-Mar-18, 09:52 AM Reply #177 »


Why aren't you making a killing every week?

.................... same reason as you and most others.

It is not about the winning odds being short or long -- rather it is the irrelevance of the form guide to the outcomes and the opportunities this opens for one 'to be got ready' and smoked in without any qualifying restraints.

.............. the MN carnival has seen some stunts pulled off undercover of 'inflated fields'.


Offline wily ole dog

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« 2019-Mar-18, 10:27 AM Reply #178 »
The formguide is not irrelevant it's that you don't use it :tin:

Online Peter Mair

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« 2019-Mar-18, 09:01 PM Reply #179 »

Modest punters would not be happy


...........even the wily one must be having second thoughts about 'inflated fields' delivering rough results and providing the cover for one smoked in, to run well, in defiance of the form guide.

I can understand me missing clues in the form guide but long-odds winners suggest almost all others missed read it also.


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« 2019-Mar-19, 08:49 AM Reply #181 »


Please remind me of the question?

Online Peter Mair

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« 2019-Mar-19, 12:09 PM Reply #182 »

RVL on the slippery slope?

Situations unfold unevenly and in complex ways.

I have a real allergy to the Racing.com broadcast presenters -- simply could not watch a 'get on' become 'get-off'.

The news that David Gately no longer fits in that RVL culture is not surprising -- and I would also be pleased to see NSW welcome back Brent Zerafra.

............ one very welcome exposure would be the 'presenter guidelines' given to R.Com presenters................. there do seem to be tight restrictions on any allusions to tips gone astray and punters expectations being unfairly disappointed.


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« 2019-Mar-19, 12:56 PM Reply #183 »

Please remind me of the question?

Watch the 2links and tell me why the winner started at $41

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« 2019-Mar-20, 01:02 PM Reply #184 »
Peter.

Hawkesbury today...

R1  and a field of 7 runners     $14 winner - 2nd longest in the field
R2 and a field of 7 runners     $36 winner longest price in field

Your inflated field theory is looking worse by the second.

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« 2019-Mar-20, 01:28 PM Reply #185 »
4s, he will fall back on his other brain fart about insider trading instead :tin:

I note he hasnít addressed my previous post as it would result in him agreeing with me, which he doesnít have a high enough degree of personal integrity to do :bulb:

Online Peter Mair

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« 2019-Mar-21, 04:00 PM Reply #186 »

Saturdays only  -- and only in Sydney and Melbourne

It is too difficult for most to explain rough results in 'black type' races in Sydney and Melbourne -- and  administrators certainly do not want any competent race watcher 'explaining' how the fair running of a race was compromised by various factors in the control of the administrators.

The idea that people bet on maiden races run on heavy tracks out-of-town is a mystery of the world.

....... explaining why a long-odds runner won the race is a deeper level of mystery.

I would have to rely on the assessments of people like wily and fours.

The lesson to be drawn is 'do not do it' -- Saturday only is the only go.


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« 2019-Mar-21, 07:05 PM Reply #187 »


....... explaining why a long-odds runner won the race is a deeper level of mystery.

I would have to rely on the assessments of people like wily and fours.

So you didnít even have the courage or honesty to even look at the links.
Instead you chose to pedal your lies


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