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Kentucky Derby Analysis an Historical Perspective is half off of the initial year pricing. Now only $24.95.
Kentucky Derby Analysis 2015, only $24.95. If you want the best of this year's information.
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**Winners in 16 of 19 Years**
Average ROI of 443%
Kentucky Derby Analysis an Historical Perspective
independently reviewed by
Phillips Racing Newsletter
received a "very good" 8 out of 10 rating.*
We are offering the latest and greatest Kentucky Derby Analysis since the invention of the computer and the internet. Our exclusive database includes all Kentucky Derby runners since 1997. We have evaluated the top attributes that correlate to a Kentucky Derby "Winners Profile."
If you want to finally see what factors are the best for picking the winners, you are in the right place.
Kentucky Derby Analysis 2017 includes:
The first 2017 report will be out the week of April 17th!
Order now and lock in all updates between now and the first Saturday in May.
**16 Kentucky Derby winners in 19 years**
443% Average ROI
*The only negative comment from the review was that they couldn't see a money back guarantee. Our response:
Five years ago, we offered one product. It was called Kentucky Derby Analysis an Historical Perspective. It was originally priced at $49.95. It covered 16 years of statistical data of the Kentucky Derby. Some people liked the back data and some didn't. Some only wanted the final picks.
Now we offer 3 different products.
1. Kentucky Derby Analysis 2017 - $24.95.
This will be specific to the Kentucky Derby held in 2017. We will of course stick to the "Perfect 10" model, but will try to find new algorithms and improved information. If you have already purchased KDAHP and only want the bottom line, this is for you. Or if you are a new customer, this may be your preference.
Purchase this now and receive 2-3 reports beginning in April, as a bonus. You will of course receive the 2017 final analysis as well.
2. Kentucky Derby Analysis an Historical Perspective (KDAHP) - 2017 Edition - $24.95.
This is geared toward the people who like to see all of the numbers. It is "data intensive". This is the original book, the one that was rated by Phillips Racing Newsletter as a "very good" 8 out of 10.
It includes the original 2013 book, and the final analysis of years' 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Kentucky Derby. With this book you can see the factors that make up a "Perfect 10" horse and do it yourself.
If you bought this last year or the year before, do not repurchase this.
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The author of this work is certified in Microsoft SQL Server. He used this technology and the BRIS data files to build a horseracing database. He then used data mining methodologies to put together a list of factors that were effective for predicting the Kentucky Derby Winner.
Here is the bottom line.
This database analysis will tell you these extremely valuable things:
The author has developed a 10 point overfit system that produces Kentucky Derby winners.
Here are some highlights:
1999 had the most horses (6) with a "10" rating. Charismatic was on the list and paid $64.60.
2003 had only 1 horse with a "10" rating. Funny Cide paid $27.60.
Understand that these results had the luxury of hindsight, but they are still historical facts. 2013 was our first true test. Our only "Perfect 10" horse was Orb.
Orb paid $12.80.
In 2014, there were 4 "Perfect 10" horses. California Chrome was one of them, and he paid $7.00.
In 2015 and 2016 we were thrown curve balls. In each of these years there was no "Perfect 10" horse. In 2015, American Pharoah won as the favorite and paid $7.80. In 2016 Nyquist won as the favorite and paid $6.60.
This led us to a new rule. If there is no Perfect 10 horse, bet the favorite! This is still valuable information.
Below is a culmination of that research. We discovered 10 key factors that when combined produced fantastic results. This is the list of "Perfect 10" horses since 1997.
Over 19 years (between 1997 and 2016) there were a total of 50 horses with a "10" rating. That is less than 3 per year and betting each one would have provided a profit in 16 of 19 years. The average yearly profit would be 443%.
Although we can't guarantee that we will have the winner, doesn't it make sense to go back in history and find the attributes that have been the best predictors in the past?
You can either "do it yourself" and get Kentucky Derby Analysis an Historical Perspective, with over 60 tables included and a roadmap of successful attributes found in the Racing Form. Or, sign up for Kentucky Derby Analysis - 2017 and get the latest, greatest information for this year. Or if you are like me, get both!
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If you don't think this is the best information and are not 100% satisfied, contact us for a full refund and keep the book as a gift.