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CompuBet gives you the winning edge at playing the harness races. These unique reports are based on comprehensive statistical analysis of all relevant handicapping factors.
Key features of this product include
• Multiple Report Formats
Standard, Graph Style & Race Program Analysis versions to suit your specific needs.
• Reliable Wagering Advcice
Highlighting the most reliable betting opportunities from hundreds of races each week.
• Increase Your Profits
Accurate and reliable information gives you a realistic shot at making a profit at the track.
• Hot Handicappers
Check out who's been on fire recently in the Hot Handicappers section of the site.
• Daily Free Selections
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Billing options for this product
- A la carte - No minimums, billed as used
single card $5.00
- Regular subscription - 20 downloads per calendar month, overages $2.00 each
1 month $49.95
3 months $134.95
6 months $259.95
12 months $499.95
- Unlimited subscription - No overages, unlimited usage
1 month $149.95
3 months $409.95
6 months $789.95
12 months $1499.95
- DetailsInformation and explanations about this product
- Detailed Description
Welcome To CompuBet
CompuBet is based on solid handicapping principles, using the most comprehensive and up to date statistics available. The process is highly computerized, but designed and monitored by experienced harness racing professionals to bring you the best possible combination of hands on racing knowledge, and computer consistency and reliability.
CompuBet is the product of over 15 years of research and study, and a lifetime of experience by two harness horseman. Steve Mancine has been a trainer and driver for 20 years, while Gaylord Boutilier has been a horse owner and developer of one of the first quick hitch harness and race sulky systems in the industry. These two individuals have a unique combination of hands-on horsemanship and technological expertise, a hard to find equation in handicapping circles.
With the advent of simulcasting and computer technology even an amateur can find a track where the opportunity for profit is substantial. With years of race results in the database, CompuBet has the ability to establish a near perfect statistical relationship between numerous handicapping factors and the eventual outcome of a race.
If you’re new to CompuBet, check out the web site link below for even more information. You can read what the product is all about and its history, as well as a detailed user's guide that fully explains everything you'll need to know. There are also free betting patterns and strategies reports along with progressive betting charts that will help you maximize your wagering profit potential.
Click here for more details on the CompuBet web site.
Special Features Of CompuBet
REPORT FEATURES (STANDARD)
Prog: This column gives you the wagering number for each horse. This is usually the post position number as well, but not always.
M/L: This is the morning line odds. This is an estimate of the probable odds as determined by the track handicapper.
Points: The point total is determined from literally thousands of calculations by our proprietary software. This is a numerical rating of each horse in the race, where a higher rating is better.
Pre: Our "Predictability Index" is not a rating of the horse, but rather a rating of the data available and it's usefulness in assessing the rating for each horse., A higher number simply means we had better more reliable data. A "100" rating is considered a best bet.
Mud: Indicates when a horse has shown an inclination to perform well on tracks not rated fast or good.
Q: A horse whose last charted race was a qualifier, not always an indication of true ability.
X: A horse that has broken stride in its previous race (not caused by interference).
I: A horse that was bothered (interfered with) in its previous start.
>21: A horse that has not raced in 3 weeks, possible red flag for harness horses.
Form: A numerical rating that measures the horse's recent finishes. A higher number is better (more wins, 2nds, 3rds, etc.)
Class: A numerical rating of the caliber of competition this horse has raced against recently (with a minimum basic degree of success).
Fav: This horse was the wagering "favorite" in its most recent race, but failed to win!
Speed: We provide an adjusted speed rating for each horse. Using some very complex statistical analyses, we take into account the daily track variant, track condition, and track-to-track speed variant, to determine the true adjusted speed for each horse. The resulting value represents the projected "mile" time for each horse at today's track.
Driver Points: Each driver is rated based on his/her stats at today's track, and at all tracks. Then we look at the track stats to determine just how important the driver rating is at this track and arrive at a numerical rating for each driver on today's race card. The same driver at a different track will probably have a different rating.
In addition to the wealth of easy to use handicapping information above included on our reports, they also feature current betting success statistics for each particular track. Each report will tell you the percentage of winners CompuBet has produced at that track (from top picks only) over the last month. You will also see other important stats, such as the percentage of winning exacta boxes, percentage of top picks finishing second or better, etc. And you can also get a clear picture of recent trends, because, we will provide the same information for the last 7 cards at that track.
This information is very important, because we have been able to achieve remarkable consistency in our selection success. Knowing how our ratings fared in the past 30 days, and the past 7 days, can give you a pretty solid indication of how you can expect them to perform in the next day or two. Take for example the percentage of top picks finishing second or better. If you see a high number, such as 50% or greater, you know if you use our top pick as a key horse in your exactas or trifectas, you have a decent chance of winning.
Below is a complete list of the recent success statistics included on the CompuBet reports. The stats are given for the previous 30 days as well as the previous 7 race cards, and in both cases we will tell you the number of races involved.
Win% - The percentage of races where our top choice actually won the race.
Place% - The percentage of races where our top choice finished second or better.
Exacta (box3) - The percentage of races where you would have won if you had boxed our top three choices.
Exacta (box4) - The percentage of races where you would have won if you had boxed our top four choices.
Exacta (key1/4R) - The percentage of races where you would have won if you played our top pick with the next four and reversed it (such as 1 with 2,3,4,5 ..and.. 2,3,4,5 with 1) a total of 8 bets.
Trifecta (key 1/4AP) - The percentage of races where you would have won if you had played our top pick in all positions with the next four (1 with 2,3,4,5 with 2,3,4,5 ..and.. 2,3,4,5 with 1 with 2,3,4,5 ..and.. 2,3,4,5 with 2,3,4,5 with 1) a total of 36 bets.
Special alert whenever our top picks produced a positive ROI.
Clearly the most important information on the CompuBet reports relates to today’s races. For a complete explanation of all the features on our standard reports, see the product key section Our reports are very easy to understand and use terminology easily recognized by experienced handicappers.
The most significant feature that might require a word of explanation is what we call a “Predictability Index” (PRE). This is a number between 0 and 100 that actually rates the quality of the data available for each horse. A lower number means that particular horse is not as likely to race in a manner reflected by our overall point rating, as a horse with a higher rating. A horse with a “100” PRE is considered a BEST BET, based not only on that horse's superior rating, but also the highest possible data quality.
Many of the report features, such as class, form, driver rating, etc., are already incorporated in our point ratings for each horse. We list them on the report so that you can assess for yourself some of the more important handicapping components.
REPORT FEATURES (PDF GRAPH STYLE)
Each race is presented with a text portion (similar to our regular reports) and a graph portion which enables the user to quickly and clearly compare the top rated horses in class, form, and speed. Each race report has the race number, gait, classification description, and purse. This helps ensure you are betting the correct race, and know a little bit about the type of race. For each race, we'll give you our overall rating for every horse, sorted in order of rating. You'll easily see which horse we predict will win, and which horses are contenders. Remember, there are many handicapping factors considered in our ratings, such as post, driver, etc., but we feel the graphs are helpful as you consider these very important factors.
Use the race analysis reports to the best advantage. If you're looking for "reliability" (say you want to make a large win bet), you might want to choose a race for pacers, perhaps a purse that is at least average or higher for that track, and maybe find a horse that is at the top of at least two of our featured categories (form, class, and speed). Some races, such as maidens or low priced claimers can be less reliable, but can offer good value, so don't dismiss them entirely.
Here are some suggested wagering options for use with the race analysis reports.
Exactas: Key our top pick with the next four contenders (we usually reverse it as well)
Trifectas: Key our top pick for first and second with the next four contenders (this is a $24 bet if you're buying $1 Trifectas.) If you want to play the top choice for third as well, it becomes a $36 bet.
Boxes: You can box four horses in an exacta for $12, box the trifecta for $24.
REPORT FEATURES (PDF RACE PROGRAM ANALYSIS)
Based on the same handicapping fundamentals, principles, and calculations as our other reports, these new reports look and feel just like a standard race program with one big exception - there are no past performance lines! Our proprietary software dissects and analyzes all that information for you. What we arrive at is a composite numerical point rating for each horse. This point rating, as well as our class, form, and speed ratings are provided along with all the other details for each horse such as owner, trainer, breeding, etc. We provide detailed information on each horse’s current and prior year stats, driver stats, lifetime mark, etc. Included on the inside cover of each report is a complete list of the report features and their location within the report.
Also provided are the very popular graphs depicting class, form, and speed comparisons.
Pay attention to races that meet the “Best Bet” criteria, offering excellent straight WIN betting opportunities as well as solid keys for your exotics.
Additional exclusive features included on the last couple pages of each report help to provide some excellent handicapping angles. There you'll find hot drivers, hot trainers, hot trainer/driver combos, beaten favorites, first start after a claim, first time lasix, first time hopples, and form reversals.
Why give yourself a headache trying to decipher a typical race program when all you need is the CompuBet Race Program Analysis, with all that work done for you already. As an added bonus, you also get the patented CompuBet composite ratings, and speed ratings.
Important Product Announcement
CompuBet also offers the revolutionary CompuBet Pro which allows a user to easily modify and create custom reports based on the factors considered most important.