Zoom out with the web-based PaceAppraiser Past Performances and experience the Big Picture. Featuring: Pace Comfort Zones, Pace Pictures, Pace Pressure Gauges, Pace of the Race Velocity Ratings, Form Factor Ratings, and more. Say no to information overload. The PaceAppraiser PPs keep it sweet and simple with HIGH-POWERED TOOLS for improving your bottom-line.
The Handicapper’s Lab by PaceAppraiser finds lone early front-runners, lone pressers, early pace box qualifiers, and late pace advantaged horses with a click of your mouse (and much, much more). It’s fast. It’s efficient. It's fun. It's profitable.
[Pace Multiplier]: A constant used to multiply a final time by to determine the average (par) pace for a particular final time.
The Pace of the Race Velocity Multipliers answer these important questions:
· What is the horse’s pace ability?
· What was the race’s pace shape?
· Was the race a key pace race (Fast 5+)?
· How was the speed figure earned?
· Was the horse’s running style helped or hindered?
A must have for serious handicappers. (Ratings included in the PaceAppraiser PPs)
The Handicapper’s Condition Book + PaceAppraiser = Success
I don’t recommend books very often but there’s one you just have to have to be a complete player, I think. It’s called The Handicapper’s Condition Book by James Quinn. If you have it then read it again and again. Keep it close by. If you don’t have it then buy it. I think it comes down to this: Find horses that fit the eligibility conditions of the race and make sure those horses will be comfortable with the pace match-up - that's where PaceAppraiser comes in. It’s called class and pace – the best combo, period. You’ll play fewer races. You’ll make more money. That’s been my experience. Try it.