Handicapping Factors BETMIXHandicapping Factors used in BETMIXTo see how these factors can be used in Betmix, take a look at the Free Race of the Day. Each race you handicap is different, and depending on the race type, some factors will be more important than others. We analyze each race in our database and provide you with the information you need to make an informed handicapping decision. For each race type we will show you the best overall factors, the factors with the highest Win, Place, Show, Win ROI, Place ROI, Show ROI and much more. When you know which factor is the most important you can focus on building a mix that weighs that data heavily. Here is an example of the data you will see for each race The above example is based on data for 8f Dirt Allowance races at Belmont. For each race track, distance, surface and class the data will be different. Best Handicapping Software For Horse Racing' title='Best Handicapping Software For Horse Racing' />In this race we can see that the best overall factor is Avg Lifetime earnings. Looking at each column in the chart you can see the details for that particular factor. Looking at this data we know that the horse with highest Avg. Best Handicapping Software For Horse Racing' title='Best Handicapping Software For Horse Racing' />Pace Advantage Devoted to Thoroughbred Horse Racing, including handicapping, news, reviews, message boards, forum, handicapping software, and more Editors Note In the spirit of ask and you shall receive, we have had many, many requests for putting together an offering of true Consistency Methods, i. Lifetime Earnings wins 8f Dirt Allowance races at Belmont 3. If you would have bet 2 win on the horse with the highest Avg. Lifetime Earnings in each previous similar race you would have made a profit of 2. Lma Manager 2007 No Cd Patch more. Each column can be sorted, and you can look at all factors, or only factors within specific groups Speed, Pace, Earnings, TrainerJockey, Pedigree, Form, Class. The handicapping data provided to you in Betmix is the most accurate and detailed information you will find when handicapping horse races. Take a look at our free race of the day to see how you can use this data to win more races. SPEED FACTORSBest Lifetime Speed Number This is the best speed number the horse has run in its lifetime regardless of date, surface, or track condition. Best Speed Number at Todays Track This number represents the fastest number run by the horse at the track at which he is competing today. If the horse has never run on the track before, he will not have a number. Use this number more heavily when handicapping a race where several of the horses have competed at todays track, or when you are trying to find a horse for the course which means a horse that may prefer one track over another. Best Speed Turf This number represents the horses best speed number on a turf surface. Best Handicapping Software For Horse Racing' title='Best Handicapping Software For Horse Racing' />Great for handicapping turf races, but not very useful on a dirt track. There factor can be used for a horse that is running for the first time on an all weather surface, as it is believed that some horses who perform well on turf also like an all weather surface. Best Speed Fast Track This number represents the highest speed figure earned by the horse when running on a fast dirt track. Use sparingly when the track is muddy or sloppy. Best Speed Off Track This number represents the highest speed figure earned by the horse when running on an Off Track muddy, sloppy, sealed, etc. Best Speed Distance This number represents the highest speed figure earned by the horse when running at todays distance, for example if the distance of todays race is 6 furlongs, this number would represent the best speed number this horse has earned running at the 6. F distance. Best Speed Last 3 When considering the horses last three races, this is the highest number earned in those 3. Avg. Speed Last 3 This factor takes the speed figures earned by the horse in his last three starts and averages them. It does not consider what distance or surface the figures were earned on. Avg. Best 2 of Last 3 This factor looks at the last 3 races, finds the best 2 speed numbers of the three and averages those. This is a powerful factor since it tosses the lowest number which may have been due to trouble in the race, off track, etc. Again, surface, distance and condition of track are not considered in this factor. Best Speed All Weather This number represents the highest speed figure earned by the horse when running on an all weather surface. Speed Last Race This number represents the speed figure earned by the horse in his last start. FORM FACTORSWin Percent The percentage of races the horse has won. In The Money Percent The percentage of times the horse has run 1st, 2nd or 3rd. Horses beaten avg placement last 5 races This number looks at where a horse finished in a race and determines how many horses he beat in that race. A horse that finishes 2nd in a 5 horse race beats 3 horses, or 6. A horse that finishes 4th in a 1. This number is useful for determining how well the horse has been spotted by his trainer. A horse that is beating a larger percentage of horses in his races is running at a level where he is competitive. Distance worked since last race This factor looks at the combined distance of the workouts for a horse since his last start. If the horse worked 3f, 4f, 4f since his last race he would have a total of 1. Days Since Last Race The number of days since the horses last start. Last Finish Position The finish position of the horse in his last start. PACE FACTORSLast E1 Pace This number represents how fast the horse ran from the start of the race to the 1st call. In a sprint race 7. F or less the 1st call will be at 2. F, in a route races longer than 7f the first call will be at 4. F. Turning on E1 pace by itself will give you a good idea of which horses will be running early, and help you determine how the race may shape up. Last E2 Pace This number represents how fast the horse ran from the start of the race to the 2nd call. In a sprint race 7. F or less the 2ndt call will be at 4. Able2extract Crack Serial. F, in a route races longer than 7f the 2nd call will be at 6. F. Last Turn Time This number represents how fast the horse ran between the first two calls, and is calculated by subtracting the E1 pace number from the E2 pace number. Avg. of last 3 E1 pace This number represents the average of the last 3 E1 pace figures the horse has earned. Avg. of last 3 E2 pace This number represents the average of the last 3 E2 pace figures the horse has earned. Avg. of last 3 turn times This number represents the average of the last 3 turn time figures the horse has earned. Last late pace This number represents how fast the horse ran from the 2nd call to the finish of the race. Late pace is often a big factor in turf route races and again should be looked at by itself to see which horses may be running late. Avg. of last 3 late pace This number represents the average of the last 3 late pace figures the horse has earned. EARNINGS FACTORSAvg. This is a dollar figure representing the avg. The earnings figures are very useful to determine suitability for todays track, surface, distance, etc. Avg. earnings todays track This is a dollar figure representing the avg. Avg. turf earnings This is a dollar figure representing the avg. Avg. all weather earnings This is a dollar figure representing the avg. For example, polytrack or Tapeta surfaces. Keeneland, Arlington, Del Mar, and Turfway are examples of racetracks that use an all weather surface. Certain horses tend to prefer or dislike all weather surfaces and this factor is useful for determining that. Avg. off track earnings This is a dollar figure representing the avg. That is a track that is rated as muddy, sloppy, etc. Avg. lifetime earnings This is a dollar figure representing the avg. This figure includes all races without regard to track, surface, condition, etc.