Now that The Meadowlands have been racing for approximately two (2) months, I am going to ask some thought provoking questions.
Good news and bad news.
You can beat the Meadowlands but it takes a great deal of discipline.
Let's review Race 8 on Saturday (Jan 31, 2009)
Glass Pack line on Jan 17 was strong.
New week from the 10 hole parked out and finished 8.
This week the odds are 17:1.
Here are the result below.
Horse Driver Win Place Show
7 Glass Pack D Dube 38.60 13.80 7.60
4 Exterminator R Pierce 4.40 3.00
8 All Hall T Tetrick 3.20
I have determined these opportunities show up about three to six times a week.
Trust me they are there.
What's the strategy.
I have to handicap every race every day.
It takes me about an hour to handicap the card.
Therefore I have invested 5 hours a week.
How much do I want to make an hour.
Let's say I want to make $ 100.00 an hour or $ 500.00 a week.
If I have a success ratio of 1 out to 3.
My odds are better than 8:1.
My investment per race is $ 50.00.
6 races a week
Investment $300.00 ( 6 races * $ 50.00)
If I have 2 winners at 8:1 or better at $ 50.00 bet ='s $800.00
Less investment 6 races at $ 50.00 that 's 300.00
Net profit per week $ 500.00.
Balance of Meadowlands meet is 26 weeks
Net profit is $ 13,000 ($ 500 * 26).
Does it work?
I will confirm the strategy at the end of the meet.
Your impute is always welcome.
I do like the Meadowlands.
The pools make it work.
Unfortunately if you are playing Prairie Meadows, this strategy will not work.
Must go to work today.