Definition of Algorithm
Understanding Algorithm Output
We attempt to quantify Thoroughbred Class by evaluating each Primary Factor independently (rating), in relation to the Secondary and Unknown Factors (weighting); insofar as they contribute to the Class of a thoroughbred race horse (estimating).
The Probability of Winning
The resulting numerical value attributed to each horse represents our best attempt to estimate its probability of winning, based upon its Class, Breeding, Speed, ability to sustain a Pace and Current Form; as influenced by the Secondary and Unknown Handicapping Factors.
THE QUESTION: To Bet or Not to Bet
The tote board is a random self organizing system that comes alive as it channels the crowd's energy, armed with knowledge of the Fair Odds (after the racetrack takeout) for each horse in the race; horses offering overlaid odds are readily identified.
Dynamic Contender Valuation
When public bettors begin to drive the price down on a legitimate win contender, the Wager Bifurcation Point; provides astute monitors of Totalizer Boards, the ability to know exactly when to wager on an overlay or pass.
Data Driven Parimutuel Investment
A whole lot of people got to get up real early and do a whole lot of work so I could place that wager, it's about connecting to those winning energy currents that begin to peak early in the morning on race day and buzz all around us like a whirling dynamo by post time; and that's a dynamic process.
Who is clockerscorner.com
Whether my horse wins decisively or ends up on the short end of a heartbreaking photo; it's all part of the game, not so much about me and my wager. We Are the Modern Day Horse Players.
True Class Today
One Lonely Number: The "True Class Today" figure is kin to a major league baseball player's batting average. A horse with a rating of 245 is estimated to have a 24.5% Win Probability, and its Fair Odds should therefore be 3:1 or better.
We use algorithms to handicap horse races and find win contenders at overlaid odds. Calculations developed over years of research and development, designed to classify and rate specific handicapping factors, as well as, individual characteristics of the thoroughbred racing horse; specifically geared towards discovery of the most probable winner.
We are thankful for the efforts of the stable hands, grooms, stall muckers, veterinarians, maintenance and grounds crews, general admission and clubhouse staff, souvenir and concessions workers, cash window tellers, security, administrative personnel, Racing Secretaries, Track Handicappers, announcers, buglers, clockers, outriders, exercise riders, starters, owners, trainers, assistants, jockeys and fans who come together every day to make Thoroughbred Horse Racing a reality; but most of all, we are grateful to those graceful, majestic and most noble of creatures... God Bless the Horses!