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Beth is an AI system which builds the unique algorithm for winning betting predictions and enables responsible betting. Beth provides a selection of the theoretically winning bets in real time on the British and Irish horse races.

Beth is based on the theory of probability and also takes into account many other factors, such as statistics on horses, jockeys, racing locations, etc.

Potential outcomes are selected via a complex algorithm that includes the analysis of multiple parameters. At the core of this  algorithm is the search for an Arbitrage Situation, i.e. the difference in back odds between the exchange and the bookmaker. Also, additional parameters are taken into account, such as: changing the coefficients, the status of horses before the race, the status of races, the number of horses in a race, the number of bets on a horse and many other parameters.

First of all, on the website, You should click the ‘Sign up’ button and fill in the registration form. We offer a free registration subscription (Beth Free) which enables you to check, test and verify Beth’s accuracy for yourselves. Beth’s technology has been tried and tested for 2 years, with unprecedented results. You will be amazed!

We really want to share with You the results of Beth during the past 2 years. So, with Beth Free, You can actually set up the parameters of your choice (including ‘bookmaker’, ‘date range’ and more) and see for yourself how your theoretical bets panned out. Each and every combination of parameters produces a profit. You can check it yourself in the ‘Stats’ section of Your personal account.

We encourage you to check Beth’s performance with the bookmaker of your choice by setting your own parameters.

Beth Free will enable You access and test the system using data from the past two years. However, in order to get bet recommendations for upcoming events from Beth, You will need to upgrade to Beth Basic or Beth Pro subscription. You can find information about services’ prices on the ‘Pricing’ page or in the ‘Subscription’ section of Your personal account.

Once you have chosen Your preferred subscription package and made Your payment, You instantly get access to all of the tools exciting functions.

By applying the appropriate filters and choosing a bookmaker, You receive predictions on the outcomes for all relevant horse races. Using these predictions, You place bets at the bookmaker.

Put simply, by using Beth’s recommendations, You sharply increase Your chances of winning.

Analysis of data from the past 2 years reveals the algorithm’s positive results. If You follow Beth’s recommendations, the average daily profit is expected to be around 5%, monthly profit is 150% and annual profit is 1800% of the total turnover!

This means that if you start with £100, you‘ll find yourself with at least £1,900 in a year’s time.

We recommend you place and ‘Save’ at least 20 bets per day as it will influence your results volatility. The more bets you save, the more stable your profit will be.

There are several filters used to select recommendations. Each player can adjust these filters in different ways. For more detailed descriptions of each specific filter, see below.

All options are turned on by default to give you the best user experience but you can change preferences to reflect your betting experience and strategy. Any changes applied in Settings will determine the way the Beth algorithm works for you. We recommend you place and ‘Save’ at least 20 bets per day as it will influence your results volatility. The more bets you save, the more stable your profit will be.

Bets on the horse. The number of bets on the same horse (within the bookmaker). Default value = 1. Min = 1. Max is unlimited. After placing a certain number of bets on a horse, recommendations for it are no longer shown.

Horses in race. The number of horses in one race, on which bets can be made (within the bookmaker). Default value = 5. Min = 1. Max is unlimited. For example, if the player has already placed 4 bets on the KEMPTON race (14:30) based on recommendations from the Bet365 bookmaker, he can still receive recommendations for several other horses from this race. As soon as the player places a bet on a 5th horse for this race, recommendations for the race stop showing.

Min odds. The minimum coefficient per horse. The recommended value is 5. Min = 1.01. Max is unlimited.

Max odds. The maximum odds per horse. Recommended value is 30. Min = 1.01. Max is unlimited

Odds format. Two ways odds – or prices – are displayed at Beth: the traditional fractional system or the more recently introduced decimal system.

Fractional odds. These are displayed in this format: 4/1. In spoken form this is “Four-to-one”. Odds are just simple maths. To illustrate some examples, let’s call each number a unit. So:
4/1: For every 1 unit you stake, you will receive 4 units if you win (plus your stake).
7/2: For every 2 units you stake, you will receive 7 units if you win (plus your stake).
9/4: For every 4 units you stake, you will receive 9 units if you win (plus your stake).
If you see on the bookmaker site fractional odds the other way round – such as 1/4 – this is called odds-on and means the horse in question is a hot favourite to win the race. In spoken form this is “Four-to-one on”.
1/4: For every 4 units you stake, you will receive 1 unit if you win (plus your stake).
1/2: For every 2 units you stake, you will receive 1 unit if you win (plus your stake).
Sometimes you will see ‘Evens’ or ‘EVS’ displayed. This is the equivalent of a 1/1 fraction. Again it means the horse in question is expected to win the race.
EVS: For every 1 unit you stake, you will receive 1 unit if you win (plus your stake).

Decimal odds. These are displayed in this format: 5.00.
5.00: Simply multiply this number by your stake to calculate your total potential returns if you are placing a win bet. Unlike fractional odds, your stake is already factored into this price i.e. this is the equivalent of 4/1 plus the 1 unit you stake.

Odds threshold. The max value for the drop in the coefficient. The filter detects coefficient drops and prohibits bets on coefficients that are too low.

Time Till Race. The amount of time before the race that you wish to stop receiving recommendations from Beth. The default is 30 minutes.

Stake. The size of the bet – this will be set by default in the ‘Settings’ section. Min = 0.01, Max – unlimited.

Update time. Time to refresh the page with new results. The default is 15 sec. Min = 5 sec, Max – unlimited.

Bookmakers: Bet365, BetVictor, Coral, Ladbrokes, William Hill, 888 Sport.

Date range. Date range for which recommendations should be shown. The default is ‘today’.

‘Only saved predictions’ switch. Switch on when you want to check all placed bets.

Saved – Shows number of placed bets.

Your profit (£ / %). Profit amount by real coefficients (coef placed).

Beth profit (£ / %). The Beth profit is calculated as follows: the earliest recommendations are taken (the very first, if BetsOnTheHorse = 1, the first 2, if BetsOnTheHorse = 2, etc.) by filters and indicators applied, the sizes of bets are summed up if all bets were equal to the Stake value specified in the ‘Settings’ tab.

Total money placed. The total amount of bets made according to the specified filters.

Avg bet size. Average value of the bet size for all bets made according to the specified filters.

Avg bet time. Average time of placing a bet for all placed bets according to the specified filters, shown in seconds.

Avg coef falling. The percentage of the average drop in the coefficient for all bets made according to the specified filters.
It is considered as follows: 1 – Coef Placed / Coef Initial.

Recommendations list. The ‘Workspace’ section shows all betting recommendations after certain filters and bookmakers were applied.

Bookie – bookmaker name, with a link to the bookmaker’s page.

Place & time – place and time of each racing event – including the name of the race course and a link to the Bookmaker’s page, as well as the exact time at which the race is scheduled.

Horse – horse name.

An asterisk – indicates a horse that you have already placed your bet on with one bookmaker.

Create time / bet time – the time the recommendation appeared/the bet was saved / marked.

Coef initial – horse coefficient at the time the recommendation was generated.

Coef placed – applied coefficient – the real odds at which the bet was made (set by the user).

Stake – applied stake – the size of the bet for a recommendation that has not yet been placed is equal to the stake parameter on the ‘Settings’ tab. According to the placed recommendation, it shows the actual size at which the bet was made (/set by the user).

Horse result – actual result – Won / Lost / NR (non-runner).

Bet status – shows bets’ status – it can be listed as ‘placed’. 

Profit – show wins or losses –  the value of profit is displayed at a given rate: Won = ‘(Coef Placed-1)*Stake’; Lost = ‘-Stake’; NR = ‘0’; not finished yet – (empty).

Actions – The user simply needs to press the ‘Save’ button to save all bets placed at bookmakers. The ‘Save’ button becomes inactive if the given bet has already been placed. If the button is pushed accidentally, there is a 15-second window to undo this action.

Log in on the website
Go to Your personal account
Set Your preferences in the ‘Settings’ tab
Go to ‘Workspace’
Choose a ‘Bookmaker’
Check the recommendations
Open Your bookmaker’s account in another browser tab
Place recommended bet by Beth
Press the ‘Save’ button in Your Beth account
Enjoy the horse race!
You can check horse race results in the ‘Events Results’ section
At the end of the race, You can analyse the results of Your bets both on the ‘Stats’ and ‘Workspace’ sections

Analytics is a tool, which is intended to cover every possible angle that is important when considering your horse racing selections. It is now possible to look back on Beth betting performance and Starting Price performance (over a time period of your choosing) and analyse the most successful (or unsuccessful) areas, whether broken down by bookmaker, racecourse, by individual horse, trainer, jockey or the going.

Analytics consists of two features: Beth Analytics and SP Analytics.

What is Beth Analytics?

Beth Analytics is a tool which provides subscribers a comprehensive way of gaining up-to-the-minute intelligence on all aspects of horse racing form-data on one reliable platform. It allows you to analyse all Beth’s selections and track profitability performance with simple, customisable features and a convenient results dashboard.

Beth Analytics has been developed with astute punters in mind after extensive months of research and development. It is a package that enables subscribers to analyse every bet suggested by Beth.bet AI prediction tool. This will help punters become more profitable by focusing on areas where selections have been most successful across multiple variables using the smart filters. These filters are extremely simple to use and generate easy to understand graphs showing profitability over a time period of your choosing (Profit is calculated as cumulative profit, stake=1).

How does it work?

The Filters are made up of many different components that have been developed to give a critical edge to punters when reflecting on the bets over the chosen time period.

Once you apply your preferred filters your personal preferences will load, and you will gain up-to-date data on racing form and insight on betting patterns (and of course profitability over your selected date range).

You can also select the time period (beginning from 2018) over which the selections were suggested, to see where the most successful period of betting takes place (we have found that early mornings are a time where the most price discrepancies occur and its good time to follow selections).

There are four filter tabs available when you open Beth Analytics page in your personal account:

  • Beth Filters
  • Racecourse Filters
  • Horse Filters
  • Form Filters

These filters are designed to give you a laser-sharp view of your desired markets and betting patterns across multiple betting variables per filter tab.

Simply set the time period you wish to analyse in the top left corner of your screen (day, week, month or year) to see the required data results based on Beth’s selections, apply the filters of interest and click the Apply button.

What Beth Filters can I apply and how will they benefit me?

  • Bookmakers – The Bookmakers Filter provides a list of bookmakers (that are available to use on Beth.bet) so you can select one or more bookmakers. By focusing on one bookmaker only you can readily compare where Beth’s selections have been most successful over a chosen period of time. For example, historically Bet365 has always been regarded as the most competitive and generous in their early morning prices (particularly on Saturday’s or big meetings like the Cheltenham Festival). This filter allows astute punters to compare how they fare bookmaker to bookmaker, and where to concentrate most of their betting activity.
  • Min Odds – This allows you to set the lowest point that you will analyse using the Beth Analytics tool.
    For example, 2.0 would be even money as a starting point. If you only want to see bets on bigger priced runners, away from the obvious short ones at the front of the market, you could set the minimum odds filter to 11.0 (only looking at horses priced at 10/1 and bigger).
  • Max Odds – This allows you to set the maximum price you want to look at.
    100 would be 100/1. If you wanted to concentrate on outsiders when betting on horse racing, you could select the minimum odds of 11.0 and a maximum of 100. Or if you just wanted to concentrate on the front of the market those horses who are most fancied you could select minimum odds of 1.2 1/5  up to 3.0 2/1. It is a simple way of narrowing down the data and analysing where Beth has been most successful.
  • Horse on the race – The number of horses in one race, on which bets can be made (within the bookmaker). You can set this to 1 as a minimum.
  • Bets on the horse – The number of bets on the same horse (within the bookmaker). This can again be set from 1 up to 20 to see how many bets have been placed on each individual selection.
  • Min/Max Daily Selections – This filter allows subscribers to narrow choices when analysing betting data. By setting the range in terms of the number of selections per day i.e., if between 1 and 100 would be a good way of producing an accurate picture of overall betting patterns using Beth.bet
  • Time Till Race – The amount of time before the race at which the predictions stop appearing. By applying changes to this filter you can review the results based on the Time Till Race you wish to choose.
  • Time Range – It allows to choose the time range when selections were created.

What Racecourse Filters can I apply and how will they benefit me?

The Racecourse Filters in Beth Analytics enable you to narrow your betting selections to see how you could perform at each racetrack in the UK & Ireland if you follow Beth’s recommendations.

Every racecourse in the world is completely unique with different characteristics. For example, Bath is a very sharp track with no watering system, so the ground is usually fast during the summer months (suiting speed horses over others). Conversely, Ffos Las often produces soft or heavy ground and has a wide, galloping track that different horses also favour.

You might find when using the Analytics tool that certain tracks produce much more favourable results over a chosen period of time. Most bookmakers will tell you that punters thrive when the ground conditions are consistent over a sustained period of time, i.e., in the summer when the surfaces are usually good or faster. The form is settled over these months and generally more predictable.

  • Racecourse – A list of all UK & Irish racecourses which can be selected individually or grouped to analyse Beth past results by the racecourse.
  • Race Time Range – Allows you to select a specific time range where races have taken place. This filter helps to analyse the most profitable races time of Beth’s predictions.
  • Race Type – Whether a chase, handicap or hurdle, novice hurdle or others, this filter allows you to narrow down the field for closer analysis on the type of race Beth suggested to place a bet on. This is particularly useful for punters looking to specialise in certain areas of racing, limiting their number of bets and becoming expert in a particular field.
    For example, some astute punters may concentrate on chases only, and by using this filter Beth results and profitability can be accurately analysed in just this area of horse racing.
  • Going – All ‘going’ types can be closely scrutinised with this filter. Often during the summer, the form settles down and the ground consistently rides good or faster. This is traditionally a golden age for punters where they have a sustained period where the going doesn’t change. During the winter months soft ground can prevail to varying degrees and conditions are changeable. Punters are typically more successful when the form is settled and the results more predictable. This filter is very useful for seeing which ground conditions have produced the most profitable results for all of Beth generated selections.
  • Class – This allows subscribers to filter by class (ranging from class 1-7) to reveal betting results per class. Horses are considered more consistent at a higher level with class 1 the highest and 7 the lowest. This feature enables you to filter by class for closer analysis on these specific fields.
  • Min/Max Trip – There is a minimum/maximum trip filter where you can focus on a specific race distance by selecting the desired yardage. The shortest race is 5 furlongs and the maximum 4 miles+ over jumps. Again, this allows the astute punter to measure Beth betting profitability and strike rate over a wide (or narrow) range of distances.
  • Min/Max Runners – A filter that helps you drill down into how Beth’s results are affected by the size of the field – the number of horses in a race. Selecting smaller fields of 8 runners or less or the larger handicap’s 16-40 runners help you identify where horses can perform differently and give you an edge. Bigger fields tend to be very competitive, true run races, with less short prices and more open betting.
  • Min/Max NRs – horses that do not take place in their chosen races are known as non-runners: NRs (betting stakes are returned by the bookmaker to the punter). This will make up a tiny percentage of Beth’s bets suggested.
  • Min/Max Temperature – Weather conditions are a crucial part of the outcome of races. This is something that could be useful in the future for punters when tracks gather and process more data.

What Horse Filters can I apply and how will they benefit me?

These Horse tab Filters allow you to take an in-depth look at an individual horse’s performance, producing analytics that will help your punting profitability alongside the Beth.bet prediction tool.

  • Horse – This filter provides a comprehensive list of all competitive racehorses in the UK & Ireland. Find and filter a specific horse and take a close look at the results to determine how you did following certain selections.
  • Horse Position – This is your selected horse’s specific finishing position in focus.
  • Min/Max Horse Age – This filter lets you set the horse age range allowing you to identify results by a certain age. Compare Beth results when backing a certain age horse group (i.e., 2-y-o juveniles). Again, this is a terrific way of seeing which areas Beth betting has been most successful. Usually younger, less exposed horses (who are open to improvement as they gather more racing experience) are the ones to side with from a punting point of view.
  • Min/Max Weight Carried – This is the weight determined by the handicapper that each horse must carry. Apply the filter to see horses given the lowest weights in handicaps (and those higher rated runners who are asked to carry higher weights). The handicap system is designed to bring horses of different abilities closer together by asking them to carry different weights.
  • Jockey – A comprehensive list of every Jockey in the UK & Ireland, allowing the punter to look at improving jockeys or those who aren’t in form. By using Beth Analytics to look at each individual jockey you can cut through to data driven facts about which jockeys are most successful over your chosen time period.
  • Trainer – A filter that lets you select every trainer to have ever had a runner in the UK & Ireland. You can hone Beth statistics by looking at each individual trainer’s record. Used alongside the Beth.bet prediction tool this gives subscribers intelligent insight into which trainers are the most profitable to follow.

What Form Filters can I apply and how will they benefit me?

These filter applications allow you to take a look at the form for each jockey and trainer based on the last 30 days. Filtering your desired selections to identify where Beth has been most successful. Form Filters are not influenced by Time Period Range.

  • Min/Max Jockey Form – These two filters allow you to evaluate which jockeys have been the most/least successful over the last 30 days for further form analysis. These filters are shown in win rate, % (from 0% – which means no win races during past 30 days to 100% – which means all races won during past 30 days).
  • Min/Max Trainer Form – Here you can select trainers that are in or out of form for a closer analysis of UK & Irish trainers to reveal patterns of a stable’s performance over the last 30 days. These filters are shown in win rate, % (from 0% – which means no win races during past 30 days to 100% – which means all races won during past 30 days).

What is SP Analytics?

The SP Analytics tool works in a very similar way to Beth Analytics, but with the crucial difference that the profit and loss obtained is measured against the Starting Price.

The SP ‘Starting Price’ of a racehorse is the most accurate guide to a horse’s chance of winning a race (especially now we are in an exchange-driven age where the prices are directly determined after 24 hours of betting on every race between the sharpest punting minds in the world).

Using the SP as a basis is a great way of monitoring how much profit you can make using Beth, and also illustrating how much of a difference the Beth prediction tool makes at securing (bigger) early prices on the right horses. Making these early bets and beating the final SP can be vital in overall profitability.

The starting price is the final price returned on every horse running, daily in the UK & Ireland. If a horse’s final price of SP is 6/4 it is safe to assume that he has close to 40% chance of winning that particular race. By using Beth.bet over time you will find you are getting a bigger price than the final starting price, locking in long-term profits.

SP Analytics makes it possible to look back on past results (using numerous different parameters that we will describe below) and see in which areas you could be most successful. The SP Analytics tool is available for Beth Basic/PRO and Trial subscribers looking to improve their betting intelligence and gain a crucial profitability edge (whilst enhancing their overall Beth.bet platform experience).

How does it work?

SP Analytics has the same first-class features as Beth Analytics, but this time with the added benefit of being able to compare the starting price of every horse.

There are four SP Analytics tabs with a range of applicable filters to enable subscribers to drill-down to specific data:

  • Main Filters
  • Racecourse Filters
  • Horse Filters
  • Form Filters

Simply set the time period you wish to analyse at the top of the screen (beginning from 2019) to see the required market historical data results. Subscribers will see a graph showing the required results including profit & loss over the set period compared with the SP.

What Main Filters can I apply in SP analytics and how will they benefit me?

The Main Filters are determined by an applicable timescale that you can select in the top, left hand corner of the screen. Here you can select a specific time range (week, month, or year) that you want to analyse results for. The Main Filters consist of filters from other filter tabs and give you a fast way to сheck past results using the main ones only.

  • Bookmakers – The Bookmakers Filter provides a list of bookmakers (that are available to use on Beth.bet), so you can select one or more bookmakers you have accounts with and have used over the selected period of time. This filter allows astute punters to compare how they fare bookmaker to bookmaker, and where they should concentrate most of their betting activity.
  • Min Odds – This allows you to set the lowest point that you will analyse using the Starting Price.
  • Max Odds – This allows you to set the maximum SP range you want to look at. 100 would be 100/1. If you wanted to concentrate on outsiders when betting on horse racing, you could select the minimum odds of 11.0 and a maximum of 100. Or if you just wanted to concentrate on the front of the market those horses who are most fancied you could select minimum odds of 1.2 1/5 up to 3.0 2/1. It is a simple way of narrowing down the data and analysing where you could be most successful.
  • Racecourse – A list of all UK & Irish racecourses which can be selected individually or grouped to analyse past results by the racecourse. Understanding the different characteristics of all the different tracks is a key edge in overall betting profitability i.e., some tracks may suit nippy frontrunners like Market Rasen, while bigger more powerful galloping types may prefer the wide expanses of Newbury or Ffos Las.
  • Horse – This filter provides a comprehensive list of all competitive racehorses in the UK & Ireland.  Find and filter a specific horse and take a close look at the results.
  • Jockey – A comprehensive list of every Jockey in the UK & Ireland, allowing the punter to look at improving jockeys or those who aren’t in form. A lot of people who bet regularly on racing have a prejudice against certain jockey, for example Jamie Spencer often rides his horses dropped-out with extreme waiting tactics that upset a lot of punters. By using Analytics to look at each individual jockey you can judge their results factually.
  • Trainers – A filter that lets you select every trainer to have ever had a runner in the UK & Ireland. You can hone your statistics by looking at each individual trainer’s record. For example, Alan Berry has an appalling record barely training a winner over the last 10 years, whereas William Haggas is prolific, maintaining a strike rate of 30% in the last year. Used alongside the Beth.bet prediction tool this gives subscribers intelligent insight into which trainers are the most profitable to follow.

What Racecourse filters can I apply in SP Analytics and how will they benefit me?

The Racecourse Filters in SP Analytics enable you to narrow all betting historical results to see how you could perform at each racetrack in the UK & Ireland. Every racecourse in the world is completely unique with different characteristics. For example, Bath is a very sharp track with no watering system, so the ground is usually fast during the summer months (suiting speed horses over others). Conversely, Ffos Las often produces soft or heavy ground and has a wide, galloping track that different horses also favour.

You might find when using the SP Analytics tool that certain tracks produce much more favourable results over a chosen period of time. Most bookmakers will tell you that punters thrive when the ground conditions are consistent over a sustained period of time, i.e., in the summer when the surfaces are usually good or faster. The form is settled over these months and generally more predictable.

  • Racecourse – A list of all UK & Irish racecourses which can be selected individually or grouped to analyse past results by the racecourse. Check 10 Flat Tracks Where Punters Can Profit.
  • Race Time Range – Allows you to select a specific time range where races have taken place. This filter helps to analyse the most profitable races time.
  • Race Type – Whether a chase, handicap or hurdle, novice hurdle or others, this filter allows you to narrow down the field for closer analysis on the type of race you placed your bet on. This is particularly useful for punters looking to specialise in certain areas of racing, limiting their number of bets and becoming expert in a particular field.
  • The Going – All ‘going’ types can be closely scrutinised with this filter. Often during the summer, the form settles down and the ground consistently rides good or faster. This is traditionally a golden age for punters where they have a sustained period where the going doesn’t change. During the winter months soft ground can prevail to varying degrees and conditions are changeable. Punters are typically more successful when the form is settled and the results more predictable. This filter is very useful for seeing which ground conditions have produced the most profitable results.
  • Class – This allows subscribers to filter by class (ranging from class 1-7) to reveal betting results per class. Horses are considered more consistent at a higher level (with class 1 the highest and 7 the lowest). This feature enables you to filter by class for closer analysis on these specific fields.
  • Min/Max Trip – There is a minimum/maximum trip filter where you can focus on a specific race distance by selecting the desired yardage. The shortest race is 5 furlongs and the maximum 4 miles+ over jumps. Again, this allows the astute punter to measure betting profitability and strike rate over a wide (or narrow) range of distances.
  • Min/Max Runners – A filter that helps you drill down into how betting results are affected by the size of the field – the number of horses in a race. Selecting smaller fields of 8 runners or less or the larger handicap’s 16-40 runners help you identify where horses can perform differently and give you an edge. Bigger fields tend to be very competitive, true run races, with less short prices and more open betting.
  • Min/Max NRs – horses that do not take place in their chosen races are known as non-runners (betting stakes are returned by the bookmaker to the punter).
  • Min/Max Temperature – Weather conditions are a crucial part of the outcome of races. This is something that could be useful in the future for punters when tracks gather and process more data.

What Horse Filters can I apply in SP Analytics and how will they benefit me?

These Horse tab Filters allow you to take an in-depth look at an individual horse’s performance, producing analytics that will help your punting profitability alongside the Beth.bet prediction tool. One of the ways that could help you make a prediction for an upcoming event is to check which particular horse from the race has already won within the same race conditions.

  • Horse – This filter provides a comprehensive list of all competitive racehorses in the UK & Ireland. Find and filter a specific horse and take a close look at the past results.
  • Horse Position – This is your selected horse’s specific finishing position in focus.
  • Min/Max Horse Age – This filter lets you set the horse age range allowing you to identify results by a certain age. Compare betting results when backing a certain age horse group (i.e., 2-y-o juveniles). Again, this is a terrific way of seeing which areas past betting results have been most successful. Usually younger, less exposed horses (who are open to improvement as they gather more racing experience) are the ones to side with from a punting point of view.
  • Min/Max Weight Carried – This is the weight determined by the handicapper that each horse must carry. Apply the filter to see horses given the lowest weights in handicaps (and those higher rated runners who are asked to carry higher weights). The handicap system is designed to bring horses of different abilities closer together by asking them to carry different weights.
  • Jockey – A comprehensive list of every Jockey in the UK & Ireland, allowing the punter to look at improving jockeys or those who aren’t in form.
  • Trainer – A filter that lets you select every trainer to have ever had a runner in the UK & Ireland. You can hone statistics by looking at each individual trainer’s record.

What Form filters can I apply in SP Analytics and how will they benefit me?

These filter applications allow you to take a look at the form for each jockey and trainer based on the last 30 days. Filtering your desired selections to identify where past betting results have been most successful. Form Filters are not influenced by Time Period Range.

  • Min/Max Jockey Form – These two filters allow you to evaluate which jockeys have been the most/least successful over the last 30 days for further form analysis. These filters are shown in win rate, % (from 0% – which means no win races during past 30 days to 100% – which means all races won during past 30 days).
  • Min/Max Trainer Form – Here you can select trainers that are in or out of form for a closer analysis of UK & Irish trainers to reveal patterns of a stable’s performance over the last 30 days. These filters are shown in win rate, % (from 0% – which means no win races during past 30 days to 100% – which means all races won during past 30 days).