Welcome to Next Generation Form Tools!

Welcome to Next Generation Form Tools!

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...and not only that, but we've done it in a hugely user-friendly way.

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6 replies
  1. Martin says:

    Hi Matt…great report and I like your analysis on the build of horses (and their respective running actions) as to what type of races conditions may suit them.

    Given this is a report related to form reading, where would you place the importance of trainers’ form in assessing a horses chances of winning a race?

    An interesting and illuminating read as always, I’d be interested on your answer to the above.

    Best

    Martin

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Martin

      Thank you, and I’m glad you got something from the report.

      Trainer form IS important, but a trainer in good form won’t make a bad horse good. It’s something to keep in mind, for sure, but it’s not a more (or less) important consideration than a lot of other things. The challenge is 1. defining when a trainer is in form (number of winners/runners is a bit one dimensional), and 2. spotting the form before the market does!

      I do keep note of trainer form, and as you know it’s very well documented throughout the cards. I never use it in isolation, however.

      I hope that adds at least a little colour to your question.

      Best,
      Matt

  2. Martin says:

    Hi Matt….thank you for your reply. In short you seem to be saying its another part of the ‘jigsaw/puzzle’ of trying to find which horses will be competitive for a particular race. One could weight the various factors according to their particular preference…and you could always throw in jockey stats too.

    You have certainly added a little colour to my question. Thank you.

    Best

    Martin

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Yes, absolutely, Martin. And I think weighting is key. As for jockey stats, they’re coming!

      Personally I’m more a fan of trainer stats than jockey stats, but I’m always looking out for the next big things, either training or riding.

      Best,
      Matt

  3. MICKOOOOOO says:

    Finally could not live without the Racing Analysis anymore & signed up for Gold membership. First three bets (two losing and one winning) have paid for first month !

    Interesting article and glued together some of the bits I half knew and added bits I knew nothing about at all. Pace Analysis still needs me to get my head around that beast but can see its potential.

    Cheers Micko

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Good stuff, Micko, and well done on covering the first month’s sub already. 🙂

      Pace is a brilliant aspect to form analysis, and once you get it, you’ll not be able to live without that either!

      Best,
      Matt

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