|How to Use Klein Speed Points|
How to use the Klein Speed Points and return on investment data in your handicapping:
Something amazing happened on August 23 in the 9th race at Saratoga during the free trial period for my powerofearlyspeed.com website. It was a 5 1/2 furlong turf race. Here is the Klein Speed Points Chart, and the return on investment data I posted on powerofearlyspeed.com that handicappers downloaded the night before the race. Keep in mind that the lower the speed point numbers are, the more early speed the horse has:
Judge's Pride, a 32-1 longshot, had a 137 Klein Speed Points rating, the best (lowest) number in the race. She grabbed the lead immediately, drew off to a 5 1/2 length advantage, and held on to win by 2 1/2 lengths. She paid $67.50 to win.
Too Much Zip had the second lowest KSP total, and ran to that number when she was second throughout. The cold $2 exacta paid $217.50.
Mia had the third best KSP rating and finished third. The cold $2 trifecta paid $1,166.00.
The Klein Speed Points and return on investment data are valuable tools. They are meant to point you towards the 2 or 3 horses in the race who are best suited to the current the track bias, so you can select the best contender from that group.
Just as important, the Klein Speed Points and ROI data can save you money by preventing you from betting on the horses whose running style is completely wrong for the surface they are running on.
Think about the hundreds of decisions you make every day in every race you bet on. Do you add one more horse to your trifecta, superfecta, pick 3, pick 4, or pick 6 ticket, or not? If you need to throw a horse out, which one should it be? Those key decisions can be the difference between an exhilirating home run victory, and a tough loss.
How much more successful could you be as a handicapper and bettor if your batting average in making those crucial make-or-break decisions improved?
How much money have you thrown away in the past by unknowingly betting serious money on a horse whose running style was such a poor fit for the current track bias that his chances of winning, or even hitting the board were extremely small?
One good changed decision can be the difference between a winning year and a losing year at the races. Buy Klein Speed Points now and win!