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Churchill Downs and Kentucky Derby ALL-Ways™ Handicapping Profiles

 

(Includes Special Handicapping Profiles for Kentucky Derby Weekend Races)

 

 

This set of ALL-Ways Handicapping Profiles includes four special profiles to use on the 2012 Kentucky Derby weekend at Churchill Downs (Friday May 4th, Saturday May 5th and Sunday May 6th). The Kentucky Derby race is run on Saturday, May 5th. You will find the profiles around the middle of the complete list of all profiles. Here are the profile names:

 

derby weekend ds            Use for all dirt sprints run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

 

derby weekend dr             Use for all dirt routes run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

 

derby weekend tr             Use for all turf routes run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

 

       kentucky derby                Use for the actual Kentucky Derby race on Saturday


 

There are two other sets of Handicapping Profiles that can be used at any time for races at Churchill Downs. These profiles all share the profile naming convention:

 

                        ds = dirt sprint               ts = turf sprint             os = off track sprint

dr = dirt route                tr = turf route              or = off track route

                 

MRA Default Profiles:

 

There are three profiles for each race type including separate profiles for maiden and non-maiden races: Here is how to interpret the dirt sprint MRA Default profiles:

 

            m1: ds                         Does not consider pace.

            m1: ds early                Favors early running horses.

            m1: ds late                  Favors late running horses.

 

MRA Pace Profiles:

 

Again, there are separate sets of profiles for each race type including separate profiles for maiden and non-maiden races: They are further refined to the specific Race Pace Shape being run. Here is how to select the correct profile for a race.

 

Fast                      Use for fast pace races (ESP = “EEE” and “EE”).

Lone                     Use for races with lone early runners (ESP = “E” and “EP and “EP-P”).

Honest                 Use for honest pace races (ESP = “E-EP” and “EP-EP”).

Slow                      Use for slow paced races (ESP: All other not listed above).

 


 

Reminder: You can use three different profiles for handicapping a race. ALL-Ways will handicap the race three times and show you the results for each profile used. A very effective way to use the three profile capability on Kentucky Derby weekend is as follows:

 

            Profile Position #1      Use the appropriate special Derby Weekend profile

            Profile Position #2      Use the appropriate MRA Pace Profile

            Profile Position #3      Use the appropriate non-pace MRA Default

 


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