Re: Patterns for Belmont day (317 Views)
Posted by: dsipes
Date: May 26, 2022 08:06AM
I went back to 2002 in the archives for the Belmont Stakes. I used all winners and some very very close runners-up. I used the last three races for patterns to see who ran Tops, Pairs and Offs in the Belmont. Here’s a couple of patterns worth noting:
* Any combination starting with top-pair or pair-top has resulted in a new top or a paired top 52% of the time. There were 23 combinations starting with either of those two patterns and 12 resulted in a new top or a paired top.
* 16 of the 21 patterns that had a top or pair two back resulted in a new top or a paired top (that’s 76%)
This may be worthy of inclusion in the Belmont seminar Mr. Brown (lol).