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Dear Fellow Punter.

One of the indisputable facts about horse-racing is that on-pace horses (those runners positioned from 1st to 4th in the early stages of a race) win a high percentage of all races.

In fact, they are true ‘crunch’ horses, usually highly dependable, especially when well-supported in the betting. . In contrast, horses that race back in the field win very few races with their ‘get back and finish fast’ pattern.

It makes sense, then, for punters to pay greater attention to the on-pacers than the backmarkers.

On-pace runners usually miss trouble in the running; they don’t get caught wide, they don’t get bottled-up in the pack, they can dictate their own terms to a great degree and they are usually positioned well enough on the home turn to have every chance of winning or running a placing.

Maximum Money’s handicapping approach is designed to ‘cash in’ on these on-pace runners. It’s a handicapping approach that seeks out those horses who are VERY LIKELY to figure in the money and who will win an above-average share of races when shown to be well-supported in the betting market.

Research that Practical Punting magazine did some years back proved conclusively the power of the on-pace horses.

It showed that 61.5 per cent of all winners are positioned 1st to 4th at the 400m, while a mere 8.6 per cent of winners are placed 9th or worse - compelling statistics. Who amongst you can honestly state that they bet backmarkers with any confidence?

Analysis of the in-running positions and varying track conditions (fast/good, dead, slow and heavy) shows that irrespective of the number of starters in a race, the distance of the race or the track conditions, on-pacers have at least four times more chance of winning than backmarkers!

These are compelling statistics for any punter to consider.

Long-term, the percentages favour the on-pace horses. They are going to win a high percentage of races.

So with this information, how can we adapt the on-pacers factor to produce winning outcomes for punters?

The answer is that we keep it simple. To know how to put our money on a horse with a tip-top chance we merely concentrate on each horse’s latest start.

This is the start that usually provides the best guide to future winners.

We cannot release the precise rules here, as they are for members only, but we certainly will give you the full logic behind this handicapping approach.

We want our horse to be fit and to have had recent racing.

Secondly, we require a horse to have good form.

And that is the Maximum Money approach. Very easily understood and highly effective.

The approach provides a handful of excellent betting propositions each Saturday on the Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane tracks.

You will find that these bettable runners are terrific propositions. The strike rate for the place (1st, 2nd,. 3rd) is very high. The win strike is excellent.

You will also find many of the other qualifiers bobbing up at good odds, too. (At Stoney Creek on February 12, for example, Way In The Black won at $22.10/$5.50 from just 2 qualifiers in the race).

For the purposes of the Maximum Money approach, though, we are concentrating on our fancied qualifiers.
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