Identify post positions that are good and bad bets
As horses run around different shaped and banked oval tracks, there are naturally occurring biases to each track, surface and
distance. While there can be slight changes day-to-day, many of these biases are long-standing and often are common-sense based
on the track configuration.
Introducing – HRN Impact number (similar to ROI)
Our proprietary algorithm analyzes which posts are overbet, and underbet.
HRN Impact – looking at all the starters and odds at that post (plus other factors), how many races should those starters have won?
The Impact compares actual wins vs. expected wins for that post. This tells us if these posts are typically good bets or bad bets.