Sunday NYHR Results – in 6 of 9 races a Top Pick Won, and two ran 2nd!
A NOTE from Rob:
Shuffling Meets, adding Meets, and now, the NYHR!
When the Pandemic began, as many of you remember, we skipped around the country to provide coverage for our Members, whatever track was open, we did our best to fill the schedule for Members, Oaklawn, Kentucky Downs, Keeneland, Churchill Downs (all successfully profitable Meets for the reports as many of you will recall), whatever it took to fill the schedule.
Last year we added the Keeneland Meets, which made many Members happy, while others still wanted to see New York, at some point, return back into the schedule mix again.
Your requests have been answered, as we’ve come up with a schedule that works, and actually works well from a daily and monthly point of view. So we have embarked on a project that has been in the preparation stages for months……
Daily coverage from New York.
How have the tracks been playing? – we keep close track of all biases
Invader success or failures – we keep close tabs on all shippers.
Field strengths. When New York runners move to Florida or Kentucky from time to time, we’ll all understand the strength of the race they exit in New York, did they exit a salty heat or was it weak?
The same “different” type of analysis which so many of our Members enjoy, not the typical approach you’ll find from other services or handicappers, we know you understand what we’re saying, with the same commitment to finding winners while thinking outside the box, thus, we’ll confidently proclaim, you’ll enjoy the NYHR as much as the WCHR and ECHR!
Below are the results from AQU Sunday, January 8, a very typical day. If you can handicap this well, you don’t need this report, but if not, and that will be 95% of us, get on board for a fun and profitable ride!