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Offline gallopers

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O.P. « 2009-Jan-13, 09:45 AM »
can anyone tell me any web sites that provide free speedmaps for wed and sat meetings.
im doing my own and would like to compare them with a few others. cheers gallopers.

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« 2009-Jan-13, 09:56 AM Reply #1 »
not sure if this is what you're after Gallopers...but Racing & Sports gives you an adequate free service.

This is Seymour's Race 8 Speed Map

http://www.racingandsports.com.au/featureform/pace.asp?meetingName=Seymour&meeting=SEYM&date=2009-01-13&raceno=8&meetingID=22416&type=pace

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Offline triple7

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« 2009-Jan-13, 09:59 AM Reply #2 »
Racing and Sports have a free tool that you can use to construct a probable speed map. You can also adjust it with your own opinion (ie, the race speed, vary racing positions, etc). Go to their Racing page, then through the menu to Speed Maps. You can use it for any meeting.

The only other I know of is the Racenet offering, which is approx $8 a meeting.

Offline gallopers

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« 2009-Jan-13, 10:25 AM Reply #3 »
thanks KD and  777 ill take a look at that later.   emthup

Offline Big Wheel

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« 2009-Jan-13, 10:41 AM Reply #4 »
Gallops try expert form they are the best however it aint
free but hey nothing is free anymore however they are spot on the mark

Offline BillandTony

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« 2009-Jan-13, 11:16 AM Reply #5 »
I have never been a fan of speedmaps. Think too many jockeys rely on them far too much.

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« 2009-Jan-13, 11:37 AM Reply #6 »
there just another tool B&T   emthup  you still have to allow for anything that can and will happen

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2009-Jan-13, 12:33 PM Reply #7 »
I'm going to start using them.

Simply, I don't have the time to sit down and work out the pace of every race.

I'm sure they'll be a good guide, especially in regards to barriers

Offline gallopers

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« 2009-Jan-13, 02:01 PM Reply #8 »
hi big dog,
                  i had a look at expert forms website but it doesnt seem to be working.

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« 2009-Jan-13, 02:24 PM Reply #9 »
Hey gallops  im not sure why it is not working mate,
however keep trying as it is pretty spot on mate, good luck with it
and i no what you mean doing form is time consuming hey,
anyway if you do get on to it let me know what you think

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« 2009-Jan-16, 03:52 PM Reply #10 »
Any other suggestions for a free one?


Offline shaun

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« 2009-Jan-16, 04:01 PM Reply #11 »
in regards to the Racing and Sports speed maps,every time i try to put some of my input into them the result is exactly the same no matter what,logged in or not.
anybody else experienced the same?

Offline Max Manewer

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« 2009-Dec-16, 10:51 AM Reply #12 »
Anybody got an update on this subject ? Anyone paying for Expertform speed maps, and what races are covered ?

Offline GamblingMan

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« 2009-Dec-16, 11:06 AM Reply #13 »
Never saw the value in speed maps. You can work out what pace suits a horse by looking at it's past results. You didn't need to draw a speed map for Shogun Lodge and Sunline to work out what suits who. Speed maps just wastes time and complicates things.

 :beer:

Paying money for speed maps has to be the biggest con since paying for tips   :lol:

Offline Max Manewer

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« 2009-Dec-16, 11:14 AM Reply #14 »
I  do understand the concept of looking at recent runs, GM, and making an assessment of whether the horse is likely to be going forward, but want to avoid the legwork involved. Takes up too much time. Accordingly, I would be quite happy to pay for reasonably accurate appraisals. I have identified situations where going back negates whatever edge the horse may have had; and naturally want to avoid backing them.

Offline GamblingMan

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« 2009-Dec-16, 11:35 AM Reply #15 »
when you do the form for a race you are spending time looking at past results, so looking at it's positions at 400m and 800m would be done at the same time so doesnt take any extra time at all.


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« 2009-Dec-16, 11:37 AM Reply #16 »
when you do the form for a race you are spending time looking at past results, so looking at it's positions at 400m and 800m would be done at the same time so doesnt take any extra time at all.



Speed maps give you the opportunity to see the likelyhood of a horse getting stuck wide from a wide gate or from gate 3.

They have their advantages.

I likem and Use m.

Offline Max Manewer

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« 2009-Dec-16, 11:38 AM Reply #17 »
Everything is done electronically here, GM, so I don't 'look' myself.

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« 2009-Dec-16, 11:39 AM Reply #18 »
Speed maps give you the opportunity to see the likelyhood of a horse getting stuck wide from a wide gate or from gate 3.

They have their advantages.

I likem and Use m.

You do your own ?

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« 2009-Dec-16, 11:40 AM Reply #19 »
I use the the speed maps on Racing and Sports and move the horses around to suit my own evidence and imagination.

Offline GamblingMan

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« 2009-Dec-16, 11:42 AM Reply #20 »
Everything is done electronically here, GM, so I don't 'look' myself.

A thinking punter will finish in front of a systems player 7/10.


Offline Max Manewer

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« 2009-Dec-16, 12:12 PM Reply #21 »
I use the the speed maps on Racing and Sports and move the horses around to suit my own evidence and imagination.

Thanks, Autho, I'll have a look therein.

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« 2009-Dec-16, 12:16 PM Reply #22 »
A thinking punter will finish in front of a systems player 7/10.




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« 2012-May-01, 12:41 PM Reply #23 »
Has anyone got an update on their preferred speedmap?

I use the free ones on Racing and Sports and find them ok.

Does anyone pay for speedmaps? Are they accurate? I know Racenet has them for about $10 a meeting or so. Does anybody use them?

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« 2012-May-01, 12:46 PM Reply #24 »
I use the R&S speed maps as well.

They are generally correct and you can move the horses around to the way you may feel the race will play out.

I got the Queen Elizabeth all wrong.   :lol:


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