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Speed Rations: A Modern Interpretation of Pace Handicapping

There’s an old racing axiom that asserts “pace makes the race,” yet few handicappers seem to know how to properly gauge the impact of early fractions on a thoroughbred contest. No less an authority than Andrew Beyer, the creator of the Beyer Speed Figures that appear in the Daily Racing Form, admits to being clueless at one time.

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September 22, 2010 - Posted by | Horse Racing


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  2. […] Note: For an explanation of the early and late speed rations (ESRs and LSRs) referenced above, click HERE. […]

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