Re: re: Buyer Beware
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Posted by buckles the blown on May 16, 2001 at 19:56:53:
In Reply to: re: Buyer Beware posted by Drek on May 16, 2001 at 18:27:42:
: Regarding my questioning of your small track numbers I will provide numerous examples in the days/weeks to come. Right now I am looking thru some old sheets to give you some name and races of good Thorograph/Poor Beyer numbers which performed miserably. By the way, I am bringing this to your attention because I would like it reviewed, not because I have any axe to grind.
It's people like this "without an axe to grind" that make me laugh. Who are you kidding?
Didnt Jerry ask you bring up these horses BEFORE the race? I'm a satisfied customer that pays good money for figures and puts up my money to bet. I buy TG...and once in a while look at ragozin...and ALL the value is betting horses that are slow Beyer but good figures. I'm sure you can find examples of horses from a large track like Philadelphia with a slow Beyer that comes into a NY Stake and goes off at a huge price and doesn't do well. Why? Any reasonable handicapper can come up with a dozen reasons. You can come up with the same reasons why a horse with good Beyers but slow TG numbers goes off at a short price and also runs up the track. I'm sure there are way more examples of this than your axe-grinding silliness.
I'm sure you have TG's email address. If you were a customer and so concerned you'd discuss this in private.
If you think you're fooling anybody you should think again.
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