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Subject: Re: Downloadable PP/results data? Date: 7/11/2005 11:17 PM
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As in stock investing, you might find more "mispricing" (and hence better overlays) at minor tracks, seeing as how fewer people are following them.
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That's an interesting analogy! I hadn't been thinking along those lines; I confess I'd rather had the idea that the minors were best avoided. I guess it depends on whether they are mispriced due to fewer betters or some inherent elevated level of chaos with lower class horsies.. I dunno - what do you think? It'd actually be nice if you're right - the only track around Seattle is Emerald Downs (a minor)...

Think races at majors and minors need to be handicapped differently?
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