The favourites (according to BSP) are much more profitable, but they probably weren't the favourite at the point I backed them. So I'm inherently getting better value on those than any other selection.Anna List wrote: ↑Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:27 pmHave you thought about splitting the results into 2 groups?Anna List wrote: ↑Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:28 pmAh, when you said that it dies on the jumps, I thought that you meant that it dies on the jumps.RicHep365 wrote: ↑Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:13 pm
Profitability has declined all round over time, it was much better 5 years ago than now. But flat season has always outperformed jumps.
When I say it dies in jump season, I just mean it's not as good, rather than not profitable, so you'd lose your shirt laying the same horses.
If my logic's right, you are either backing the non-favourites or laying the favourites?
Is that correct?
One group contains favourites only. The other contains non-favourites only.
Then compare the two?
I don't have the data to check where in the pecking order the horses were at the point I placed the bets unfortunately.