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Horse Racing: How To Grasp Why Racing’s A Statistical Game

Racing’s been around in the U.S.A. over a 100 years and every single day a race takes place. That’s 100 years times an average of 8 races per day times an average of 100 tracks over that time span. The number of races reaches into the 10’s of millions over that time period. This is still going on. This makes racing a STATISTICAL game. Because samples in the 10’s of 1,000’s of races can be taken of any aspects and elements which makes the most basic methods of statistics some of the most powerful of racing research tools. The game is made of two major statistically oriented divisions: handicapping and profitcapping.

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