Re: Ground loss (288 Views)
Posted by: hellersorr
Date: June 13, 2019 11:40PM
The difference is - prospectively - a rail trip in a two-turn race on a fair track (i.e a track where the only bias is the shortest way around) sets the horse up for the possibility of a perfect trip.
Whereas a horse 3W on the clubhouse turn on the same fair track (i.e. a track where the only bias is the shortest way around) does not have the possibility for a perfect trip.
There is no more perfect illustration on planet Earth than the 2019 Belmont Stakes. Reverse the trips of Sir Winston and Tacitus and Tacitus wins by five lengths - geared down.
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