Horse Ratings Results
Having a set of ratings we can rely on is one thing
but its not the full story when it comes to choosing a runner on which
to place a bet and there are additional methods which we can use to
increase our chance of success, one of these would be to do a little bit
of extra work before we make our final decision
One of these things we can do is to see how well or
badly the ratings do in certain areas and Jadwiz Racing provides this in
our results section and this can be very useful zone because it will let
you know which the ratings that we should be making the most of in order
to get the utmost out of our betting experience.
ratings results section is split into a number of areas which we can
view and these are prize money, race distance, race going, race class
and all races, each of these zones contains four gauges which displays
where the racecourse ranks when compared to others in the same splinter
which is either above, average or below average.
The first gauge displays where the racecourse lies
using the strike rate it has achieved which is calculated for each
course and then the listed is ordered highest to lowest and the process
is repeated for each of the other gauges which are strike rate, ROI,
profit and overall and it will depend on what you are after which is
As with other areas of the Jadwiz form guide all
gauges are colour coded green (above average), amber (average) and red
being below or poor and by viewing these meters it becomes very easy to
see where a course has done well, there is also a small write up
underneath which relay information which can be used.
Before we move onto the next help topic there is a short video below
which you should watch which will give you a better understanding of the
layout and how this area works
We now take a look at the trainer and jockey to see how there get on in the head to head department and while the jockey Nicky Mackay is ok the trainer does rather fall into the poor area so has to be below average for this zone.