It is not true that since rich people can bet big on the Kentucky Derby, they are the only ones who can also win big. And since there are too many horses to choose from, many find it difficult to pinpoint which horse is likely to win. The number of horses that participate in the Kentucky Derby is 20 horses and for some, it is a confusing and chaotic race, and is the largest field of any dirt race in the country. Betting on a winning horse is difficult. People have their own criteria for choosing the horse to bet on. The sound of a horse’s name is the criteria used by many people. The color of the horse, the saddle number, and the looks of the horse are the criteria some people use when betting on one. Others win bets by pure luck. But is there an effective way of betting on horses?
There was one person who collected every data that was common to Derby winners and developed it into a system. Many of these criteria are statistically proven but that are other criteria based on human intuition. The research of this man revealed dozens of factors that could be used as criteria which were very common among Derby champions. all the factors he discovered were all written down in a spreadsheet. This spreadsheet called the Grid includes both the critical and non-critical criteria, speed figure calculations, performance data, dosage and pedigree information, and regular information you would find in past performances forms. For the aggregate of qualifications for both critical and no-critical criteria and for speed calculations, numerical scores are assigned.
Using the Grid was proven to have worked 11 out of 13 Derby champions. Winning 11 out of 13 times isn’t bad. If you just win one of the easier payouts, it would already cover all of your derby bets for years. The payouts in some of these derby bets reach up to 5 or even 6 digits. If the Grid had been around before, then it could have likely worked for many decades already because some of the criteria are based on historical data. If you choose and bet on the horse with the highest critical score, total score and composite speed figure on the Grid, then you have a very good chance of winning. The payouts are large since the derby has very large collective bets.
If you have the Grid then it is yours to take advantage of. The Gird is available on some horseracing websites. It is the only grid that combines all of these powerful criteria and effectively ranks horses on speed and critical historical criteria. if you want to bet on a winning horse, use the grid; otherwise, use name, color, and number and hope for the best.