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Old 04-11-2019, 02:29 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by Robert Fischer View Post
That sounds great.

It's tough to do, and the information isn't complete.
Not only is it incomplete, trainer styles and data can be very trainer-specific. There's a horse today in the 11th race @ Gulfstream, #5, who's training data speed has changed dramatically (significantly slower), but the horse is in fact thriving, and the major factor is actually trainer change.

Some barns publish consistent data and run a bunch of horses predictably.

The Kentucky Derby and Triple Crown coverage alos offers a window for a glimpse of how top horses are prepared for racing. (walks, gallops, gate-schooling, works, etc...)

DRF Formulator is a must have. Ability to play around with statistics such as layoffs between races.

I think it's a great idea, interested in how it moves forward and your presentation of the fitness.
Not to mention circuit styles. Acceptable workout patterns seem to me anyhow to be different at different circuits. In SoCal a work every 7 or 8 days between races is not unusual for a well meant horse. It's almost a requirement. I know that's not the same at other comparable tracks east of the Mississippi.
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