CompuBet gives you the winning edge at playing the thoroughbred races. These unique reports are based on comprehensive statistical analysis of all relevant handicapping factors.
Key features of this product include
• Single Report Format
Graph Style version available with familiar, easy to understand format.
• 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
Get selected analysis for various tracks in the TrackMaster Players Club absolutely free.
Billing options for this product
- A la carte - No minimums, billed as used
single card $10.00
- Unlimited subscription - No overages, unlimited usage
1 month $299.95
- DetailsInformation and explanations about this product
- Detailed Description
Welcome To CompuBet
CompuBet reports are based on solid handicapping principles, using the most comprehensive and up to date statistics available. Our process is highly computerized, but designed and modeled after our time-tested and successful harness ratings.
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 (PDF GRAPH STYLE)
P#: This is wagering number of of each horse. Due to licensing restrictions, we are allowed to provide program numbers for only the top 5 contenders. We suggest you consult an official program for the wagering numbers of the other horses.
>60: Horses that have not raced in at least two months. We will also provide the actual number of days since its last race.
CLASS: This number indicates the class rating of the competition in recent races. Obviously a horse with a higher number here, indicates a horse that is probably moving into a race with lesser competitors today.
SPEED: Our speed ratings are based on distance, track variant, surface, etc. A higher number indicates a more favorable competitor.
PACE: This number relates to the horse's running style. A lower number means the horse is consistently near the front of the pack in the early stages of the race.
POWER: We use many pieces of information to calculate an overall rating for each horse. The horses are then listed in order of that rating; the better rating, the higher on the list. The highest rated horse is therefore at the top of the list.
JOCKEY: Our Jockey/Trainer stats are obviously based on the rider programmed. If there happens to be a late change of jockeys, you might want to bear this in mind in making your final wagering decisions.
N/A: We make every effort to provide a rating for every horse, and every effort is also made to utilize accurate information, such as post position, etc. There may be times when the information we get does not contain complete or useable information. You will see N/A in certain report features when this is the case. We will attempt to rate each horse using the best estimates possible, based on acceptable statistical standards.
Each race is presented with a columnar layout as well as a graph portion which enables the user to quickly and clearly compare the top rated horses in class, pace, and speed. Each race report has the race number, class rating, classification description, distance, and purse. This helps insure 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, jockey, distance, etc., but we feel the graphs are helpful as you consider these very important factors. A quick review of these graphs and you might find a horse that is at the top of at least two of our featured categories (pace, class, and speed).
Our reports are very easy to understand, using 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” rating is considered a best bet, based not only on that horses superior rating, but also the highest possible data quality. You should also be aware that many of the report features, such as class, pace, jockey/trainer ratings, 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.
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.
Pick 3s: Check the point spread on the power ratings, to guide you as to how many horses you need to use in your rolling pick threes. If you can narrow it down to 2 horses in each race, your part-wheel will cost only $8 (for a $1 bet).
Bet consistently. Part of the fun using CompuBet is that you can play one or more tracks without making a job out of it, spending all your time handicapping. But this is also the power of CompuBet, because this strategy puts the law of averages on your side. If you pre-bet an entire race, for example, you don't have to worry about getting shut out just when the "big one" hits. Plus this helps you with a very important wagering fundamental, money management.
The big advantage of CompuBet over a human handicapper is that the computer does it the exact same every time, this is the definition of consistency. Once you have the proper balance and begin to produce positive, profitable results, you can depend on it day in and day out. We all know that the races are contested on the track, and under the best of circumstances or systems, there will be days when things just don't work out. With CompuBet, the odds are in your favor.