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Horse racing Class--Ratings--Up-and--down--Class--And--analysis

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morenweis3694239 Monday 13th June at 7:18pm

PART 1
It is very important to know the horses real Class and The real race Class.<<<<<<<<<<<
It is very important to know the horses real Ratings ( Not the official handicappers ratings )
It is very important to know How to analyze a race .
25% class <<<<<<<<<<
75% analysis <<<<<<<<
One losing length equals one kilogram [ As long as they are not racing together again ]
I AM USING THIS METHOD FOR 20 YEARS-[ If is not broken, why fix it ? ]
. My losing margins examples
¼ length=zero kilogram
Half length= 0,5 kilogram minus >>>>>>>minus means--- from allocated weight eg 58kg minus 0,5 kg =57,5kg
¾ length = one-kilogram minus
One length = one-kilogram minus
ONE BENCHMARK POINTS = 0,5 KILOGRAM
ONE LOSING LENGTH equals ONE KG--------
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seconds---------lengths---------Kilograms

0=------------------------------------------------winning time 1,23 1400 meters
05=0.3 L----------------------------0,5 KG *
10=--------------0.6 L--------------0,5 KG
15=0.9 L----------------------------1 KG
20=--------------1.2 L--------------1 KG
25=1.5 L----------------------------1,5 KG
30=--------------1.8 L--------------2 KG
35=2.1------------------------------2 KG
40=--------------2.4 L--------------2.5 KG
45=2.7-------------------------------2,5 KG *
50=---------------3 L----3 KG ----Lenght losing time will be 1,23,50
55=3.3 L----------3 L---------------------3 KG *
60-----------------3.6 L---------------3,5 KG
65=3.9 L---------4 L------------------4 KG
70----------------4.2 L----------------4 KG
75=4.50 L--------4,5 L----------------4,5 KG
80----------------4.8 L-----------------5 KG
85=5.1 L-------------------------------5 KG
90----------------5.4 L-----------------5,5 KG
95=5.7 L-------------------------------5,5 KG *
100---------------6 L-----6 KG---- Lenght losing time will be 1,24,00
* = BE FLEXIBLE
Others = Always be flexible [ Read the stewards reports ]
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The Metropolitan winning horse, we will give 67 rating points--[ 2points up or down ]
The provincial winning horse , we will give 62 rating points-----[ 2 points up or down ]
The provincial 2 winning horse, we will give 53 points-----------[ 2 points up or down ]
The bush horses 43 rating points------------------------------------[ 2 points up or down ]
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1- Horses Class-----[ Try to understand. Why two same class are not the same strength ]
2- Higher the class the times are less important
3- Horses times----[ If the horse improves times with every run]
4- The sectional times [ it doesn't apply for nonclass runers ]
5- Horses trails runs -----[ You should learn , why is important and why is not important ]
6- Track works
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PLACING PENALTY
Win 1.5kg to 3.5kg
Second 0.5kg to 2kg
Third 0kg to 1kg
METROPOLITAN MEETINGS
The average penalty for Saturday metropolitan races is 2kg to 2.5kg when going into a similar standard of the race at their next race.
Horses placed second and third in metropolitan races are also eligible to be re-handicapped. On most occasions the
second place getter will be afforded a 0.5kg to 1.5kg penalty. Horse’s placed third may receive a 0.5kg penalty or remain
neutral.
On occasions the Handicapper may allocate a higher or lower penalty dependent on the merit of the performance and the horses
overall career performances. Horses racing out of the handicap are also likely to receive a greater penalty.
METROPOLITAN MIDWEEK & PROVINCIAL MEETINGS
The average penalty for wins in midweek metropolitan races is 1.5kg - 2.5kg when going into a similar standard of the race at their next race. On most occasions the second place getter will be afforded a 0.5kg to 1kg penalty while the third placed horse may
receive a 0.5kg penalty or remain neutral.
COUNTRY MEETINGS
The average penalty for a win at provincial and country races is 1kg to 2kg. On most occasions the second place getter will be
afforded a 0.5kg penalty while the third placed horse will, in most circumstances, remain neutral.
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UNPLACED RUNS
Horses running unplaced are eligible for weight relief. In many instances horses finishing fourth and fifth will remain neutral,
depending on the margin from the winner. Horses placed fifth to last may lose between 0.5kg to 2kg in the same grade of race.
In the following circumstances, horses may not receive weight relief
If the horse is racing out of the handicap; i.e. the horses rating is materially below the minimum rating for the race;
If the horse is racing at an unsuitable distance, such as staying performers contesting sprint events;
If the horse is the recipient of interference in running;
If the horse had noticeably missed the start;
If the horse raced wide throughout;
If the horse is racing at their first or second start back from a spell.
It is the aim of the Handicapper to review the rating of an unplaced horse to a level he feels will allow that horse to become
competitive while being conscious that there are many external factors to the weight carried that may impact a horses performance.
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SYDNEY METROPOLITAN HORSE RACING CLASS
GROUP--1----------------------the highest
GROUP--2
GROUP-- 3
LISTED
OPEN HANDICAP
BENCHMARK--- 95
BENCHMARK----90
BENCHMARK----85
BENCHMARK----80
BENCHMARK----75
BENCHMARK----70
1 MW--[ ONE METROPOLITAN WIN ]
MAIDEN [ MEED WEEK RACES ]----------------------the lowest
[ AND MORE BETWEEN ]
Note Not every Group 1 class are the same strength . These rules apply to every class
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MELBOURNE METROPOLITAN HORSE RACING CLASS
2 YO OPEN HANDICAP------equals to strong race
3 YO OPEN HANDICAP------equals to strong races
3 YO--0 to 82------------equals to 3yo midweek races like 1mw one metro win
3 yo--0 to 72-------------equals to class one race

OPEN CLASS-------------equals to strong race
R 0-95--------------------EQUALS TO STRONG MIDWEEK RESTRICTET RACES
R 0-89--------------------EQUALS TO MIDWEEK NIGHT SUNDAY CLASS 6 RACES
R 0-82--------------------EQUALS TO MIDWEEK CLASS 6 -NON METRO WIN RACES

MARES OPEN-----------EQUALS STRONG RACES
MARES 0-89
MARES 0-82
LISTED RACES
GROUP3
GROUP 2
GROUP 1 --------------THE STRONGEST RACE

NOTE--NOT EVERY CLASS INCLUDED
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Part 2 COMING SOON--How to give a horse the ratings

Edited at 1:53pm on Tuesday 14th June

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HagarLax Sunday 26th November at 10:18am

Hi there - have just joined again - keen to see Part 2 if you are able to send/post - Cheers Tony

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