Pre-Entry Analysis

The starting point of any plan is perfectly matching the horse’s natural running style with exactly the right course and distance.

This includes a stride pattern analysis: whether it shows a preference for long galloping, short powerful runs, fast repeating, fluid daisy cutter action, rounded knee action and so on.

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Pre- Entry Analysis

The starting point of any plan is perfectly matching the horse’s natural running style with exactly the right course and distance.

This includes a stride pattern analysis: whether it shows a preference for long galloping, short powerful runs, fast repeating, fluid daisy cutter action, rounded knee action and so on.

Call 0141 816 9595

or Please Fill in the Form Below

pre-entry-analysis

Combinations of these types of stride pattern are all suited to different courses and different soil types.

The next question is what is the horse’s ideal distance? 7 furlongs and 7f 100 yards are both shown as 7-furlong trips. But if your horse’s ideal trip is exactly 7.5 furlongs, then why try to win over 7f or 8f? This may sound obvious but it denotes the importance of making sure you are stacking absolutely all of the odds in your favour.

We analyse your horse and suggest not just its perfect distance, but also the ideal course and ground conditions it needs to excel.

Many trainers are of the opinion that, just because a horse likes to run over 7.5f, it can handle a 7f course with an uphill finish. That fails to take into account the fact that there are some horses that simply don’t like an uphill finish. Making this kind of compromise is not going to get the best performance from the horse in question.

We analyse your horse and suggest not just its perfect distance, but also the ideal course and ground conditions it needs to excel.

Many trainers are of the opinion that, just because a horse likes to run over 7.5f, it can handle a 7f course with an uphill finish. That fails to take into account the fact that there are some horses that simply don’t like an uphill finish. Making this kind of compromise is not going to get the best performance from the horse in question.

This is why it is so important to research, analyse and develop a complete picture of the horse, its abilities and preferences, as well as having detailed knowledge of the various racetracks. It truly is a case of “horses for courses” when matching a horse to the right race, as the old adage suggests.

pre-entry-analysis

Combinations of these types of stride pattern are all suited to different courses and different soil types.

The next question is what is the horse’s ideal distance? 7 furlongs and 7f 100 yards are both shown as 7-furlong trips. But if your horse’s ideal trip is exactly 7.5 furlongs, then why try to win over 7f or 8f? This may sound obvious but it denotes the importance of making sure you are stacking absolutely all of the odds in your favour.

We analyse your horse and suggest not just its perfect distance, but also the ideal course and ground conditions it needs to excel.

Many trainers are of the opinion that, just because a horse likes to run over 7.5f, it can handle a 7f course with an uphill finish. That fails to take into account the fact that there are some horses that simply don’t like an uphill finish. Making this kind of compromise is not going to get the best performance from the horse in question.

We analyse your horse and suggest not just its perfect distance, but also the ideal course and ground conditions it needs to excel.

Many trainers are of the opinion that, just because a horse likes to run over 7.5f, it can handle a 7f course with an uphill finish. That fails to take into account the fact that there are some horses that simply don’t like an uphill finish. Making this kind of compromise is not going to get the best performance from the horse in question.

This is why it is so important to research, analyse and develop a complete picture of the horse, its abilities and preferences, as well as having detailed knowledge of the various racetracks. It truly is a case of “horses for courses” when matching a horse to the right race, as the old adage suggests.

pre-entry-analysis

Combinations of these types of stride pattern are all suited to different courses and different soil types.

The next question is what is the horse’s ideal distance? 7 furlongs and 7f 100 yards are both shown as 7-furlong trips. But if your horse’s ideal trip is exactly 7.5 furlongs, then why try to win over 7f or 8f? This may sound obvious but it denotes the importance of making sure you are stacking absolutely all of the odds in your favour.

We analyse your horse and suggest not just its perfect distance, but also the ideal course and ground conditions it needs to excel.

Many trainers are of the opinion that, just because a horse likes to run over 7.5f, it can handle a 7f course with an uphill finish. That fails to take into account the fact that there are some horses that simply don’t like an uphill finish. Making this kind of compromise is not going to get the best performance from the horse in question.

We analyse your horse and suggest not just its perfect distance, but also the ideal course and ground conditions it needs to excel.

Many trainers are of the opinion that, just because a horse likes to run over 7.5f, it can handle a 7f course with an uphill finish. That fails to take into account the fact that there are some horses that simply don’t like an uphill finish. Making this kind of compromise is not going to get the best performance from the horse in question.

This is why it is so important to research, analyse and develop a complete picture of the horse, its abilities and preferences, as well as having detailed knowledge of the various racetracks. It truly is a case of “horses for courses” when matching a horse to the right race, as the old adage suggests.

This is why it is so important to research, analyse and develop a complete picture of the horse, its abilities and preferences, as well as having detailed knowledge of the various racetracks. It truly is a case of “horses for courses” when matching a horse to the right race, as the old adage suggests.

It’s not as easy as simply considering the distance of the race. You need to know whether the horse breaks well, has early speed, stays the course well or has a brilliant turn of foot. Or is it a grinder that doesn’t know when it’s beaten?

Does the horse prefer the ground perfectly flat, love undulations or revel in the toughest of uphill finishes? Does it need a straight line with an end-to-end gallop, or a constantly-turning course like Chester to give its best performance? Even the soil composition of a course – whether it’s got a clay, sand or chalk base – can make an all-important difference.

We will find the areas in which your horse is going to be able to excel and make recommendations so you can make certain that you have as many advantages as possible.

Please click on any of the links below to find out more about each of our invaluable services.

Many trainers are of the opinion that, just because a horse likes to run over 7.5f, it can handle a 7f course with an uphill finish. That fails to take into account the fact that there are some horses that simply don’t like an uphill finish. Making this kind of compromise is not going to get the best performance from the horse in question.

This is why it is so important to research, analyse and develop a complete picture of the horse, its abilities and preferences, as well as having detailed knowledge of the various racetracks. It truly is a case of “horses for courses” when matching a horse to the right race, as the old adage suggests.

It’s not as easy as simply considering the distance of the race. You need to know whether the horse breaks well, has early speed, stays the course well or has a brilliant turn of foot. Or is it a grinder that doesn’t know when it’s beaten?

Does the horse prefer the ground perfectly flat, love undulations or revel in the toughest of uphill finishes? Does it need a straight line with an end-to-end gallop, or a constantly-turning course like Chester to give its best performance? Even the soil composition of a course – whether it’s got a clay, sand or chalk base – can make an all-important difference.

We will find the areas in which your horse is going to be able to excel and make recommendations so you can make certain that you have as many advantages as possible.

Please click on any of the links below to find out more about each of our invaluable services.

PRE-ENTRY ANALYSIS

Natural run style analysis
Course for horse matching
Perfect distance assessment
Preferred Going suggestion

PRE-RACE PLANNING

Draw Bias plan
Race Pace Strategy
Competitor analysis
Wind & weather plan

COURSE FACTORS

Best Ground Analysis
Ideal Route plan
3D undulation mapping
Combined race calculation

IN-RACE STRATEGY

Race Start strategy
Pack Aerodynamics
Race finish strategy
Plan B for in-race issues

PRE-ENTRY ANALYSIS

Natural run style analysis
Course for horse matching
Perfect distance assessment
Preferred Going suggestion

PRE-RACE PLANNING

Draw Bias plan
Race Pace Strategy
Competitor analysis
Wind & weather plan

COURSE FACTORS

Best Ground Analysis
Ideal Route plan
3D undulation mapping
Combined race calculation

IN-RACE STRATEGY

Race Start strategy
Pack Aerodynamics
Race finish strategy
Plan B for in-race issues

Take Advantage of a FREE Pre-Entry Analysis ​

For a limited period, we’re offering Trainers an absolutely FREE Pre-Entry Analysis for your first Horse!

This service is usually valued at £100.

All you’re required to do is send a quick message saying “FREE Pre-Entry analysis” and your horse’s name.

We then deliver our recommendations for the perfect distance, the best course, ideal draw, optimal in-race positioning & preferred going to significantly increase your horse’s winning chances.

Take Advantage of a FREE Pre-Entry Analysis ​

For a limited period, we’re offering Trainers an absolutely FREE Pre-Entry Analysis for your first Horse!

This service is usually valued at £100.

All you’re required to do is send a quick message saying “FREE Pre-Entry analysis” and your horse’s name.

We then deliver our recommendations for the perfect distance, the best course, ideal draw, optimal in-race positioning & preferred going to significantly increase your horse’s winning chances.

Take Advantage of a FREE Pre-Entry Analysis ​

For a limited period, we’re offering Trainers an absolutely FREE Pre-Entry Analysis for your first Horse!

This service is usually valued at £100.

All you’re required to do is send a quick message saying “FREE Pre-Entry analysis” and your horse’s name.

We then deliver our recommendations for the perfect distance, the best course, ideal draw, optimal in-race positioning & preferred going to significantly increase your horse’s winning chances.

Take Advantage of a FREE Pre-Entry Analysis ​

For a limited period, we’re offering Trainers an absolutely FREE Pre-Entry Analysis for your first Horse!

This service is usually valued at £100.

All you’re required to do is send a quick message saying “FREE Pre-Entry analysis” and your horse’s name.

We then deliver our recommendations for the perfect distance, the best course, ideal draw, optimal in-race positioning & preferred going to significantly increase your horse’s winning chances.