Workout patterns, trainer patterns, who’s hot, who’s not, biases… all of this and more falls under the discussion of patterns.
Looking at how fresh horses have done in the Preakness over the last twenty two years.
Part of the fun of handicapping the Kentucky Derby is the awesome potential for geeking out on stats, which just might lead you to the winner.
When it comes to winning Kentucky Derby running styles there area a few causally accepted: Pacesetters and closers rarely win. We wondered, is this true?
We dug through charts and winner’s lifetime past performances to see what patterns, if any, emerge with regards to winners of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and Juvenile Fillies. Find out what we discovered!
It’s easy to focus on Derby contenders final prep, but what about their entire 3-year-old prep season? We use data visualizations to show the paths of Kentucky Derby winners going back to 1990.
One of the many ways that Keeneland provides a great experience is by making detailed information about their meets available in an easy to use format.
Turf racing makes use of temporary rail to ensure proper track maintenance. Find out how you can make use of this information for handicapping!
Discover which prep races have produced the most Kentucky Derby winners and what that means for this year’s contenders.
The data recorded for workouts is only part of the story, find out how you can avail yourself of even more information.
The conventional wisdom about Breeders’ Cup turf races is that European invaders will dominate. Perhaps they will, but historically the location of the prep has been less important than the order of finish.