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Morning News

focus-ratings-mornoing newsGood morning...

Well, what a great start to the month; a 31.58% strike rate (for the top rated horse) is good enough for me.

We finished up August with a 27.05% strike rate which is perfectly respectable.

For those of you who have been waiting patiently...

I have finally finished my master table - the database table that is needed for the new System Builder that will allow you to perform queries on all the different types of ratings.

I already have 4 strategies based upon this new data and, if all goes well, will be sharing those strategies with you over the next few weeks.

For more detail of yesterday's results, here are the results in the Traffic Light Results PDF format... Yesterday's Traffic Light Results

Anyway, firstly let's get on and take a quick look at yesterday's results in more detail....

Yesterday's Results

Yesterday's Results, show a strike rate (for our top rated horse) of 31.58%.

Yesterday's Live Ratings, show a strike rate (for our top rated horse) of 27.27%.

Yesterday's - Link to Follow - results for All Races (including previously unrated races), show a strike rate (for our top rated horse) of 27.27% from all 22 Races (including previously unrated races.)

The Overall Profit Index. If you had blindly backed every top three rated horse in all of the races you would have had 58.12 units returned to 58 units staked. The Overall Profit Index was, thus, 0.20999999999999%

Top Rated Horse - There were 6 winners from the top rated horses from 19 Races. If you had blindly backed the top rated horse in all of the races you would have had 17.67 units returned to 19 units staked. The Top Rated Profit Index was, thus, -7%

2nd Rated Horse - There were 5 winners from the second rated horses from 21 Races. If you had blindly backed the 2nd rated horse in all of the races you would have had 21.95 units returned to 21 units staked. The 2nd Rated Profit Index was, thus, 4.52%

3rd Rated Horse - There were 3 winners from the third rated horses from 18 Races. If you had blindly backed the 3rd rated horse in all of the races you would have had 18.5 units returned to 18 units staked. The 3rd Rated Profit Index was, thus, 2.78%

Non Handicap Races - Top Rated Horse - There were 9 non-handicap races yesterday. From these races there were 3 Top Rated winners. Thus, the Strike Rate (for Top Rated Horses) was 33.33%

Top Rated Horse - If you had blindly backed the top rated horse in all of the races you would have had 4.42 units returned to 9 units staked. The Top Rated Non-Handicap Profit Index was, thus, -50.89%

Non Handicap Races - Top Three Rated Horses - There were 9 non-handicap races yesterday. From these races there were 7 Top Three Rated winners. Thus, the Strike Rate (for the Top Three Rated Horses) was 77.78%

Forecasts

There were 2 forecasts yesterday.

Brighton 14:30:00 - The CSF paid £2.05

Worcester 17:10:00 - The CSF paid £5.96

Something to make you smile...

Rude Parrot

When Uncle Charlie died of old age, Bill was bequeathed his uncle's prized Amazon parrot. This parrot was fully grown -- with a bad attitude and a worse vocabulary. Every other word was an expletive. Those that weren't expletives were, to say the very least, extremely rude.

Bill tried hard to change the bird's attitude and was constantly saying polite words, playing soft music--anything he could think of to try and set a good example... Nothing worked. Exasperated, he yelled at the bird. But the bird just got louder. Then he shook the parrot. But the bird just got more angry and more rude.

Finally, in a moment of desperation, Bill put the parrot in the freezer.

For a few moments he heard the bird squawking, kicking, and screaming...

Then, suddenly, all was quiet. Bill was frightened that he might have hurt his dead uncle's prized parrot and quickly opened the freezer door.

The parrot calmly stepped out onto Bill's extended arm and said, "I am truly sorry that I might have offended you with my language and action and I humbly ask your forgiveness. I will now, from this day forth, endeavour to correct my behaviour so that such an ill-perceived outburst never again occurs."

Bill was completely astonished at the bird's change in attitude and was about to ask what had caused such a dramatic change when the parrot continued, "May I ask what the chicken did?"

Today

Today's early test ratings show 35 rated races from five meetings.

Every race is rated.

Have a great day's racing!

As always...

My kindest regards

keith-eckstein1

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