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Some tutorials on the ANZ Horse Ratings Analyser spreadsheet

June 23rd, 2024 at 06:48pm

After the previous rather long video covering the ANZ Horse Ratings and Analyser and how it can be used to improve selections and profitability, this week I am working through a few tutorials on how to set up the Analyser spreadsheet and import data, either to analyse large amounts of previous races or specific types of races, and also how to look ahead at a day’s races and get a listing of the horses which meet your criteria.

Part 1 – Sanitising and importing data

Part 2 – targeting specific days and tracks (with Pebbles’ squeaky ball in the background)

Part 3 – Getting selections before the day’s races begin

In all of these videos I’m demonstrating functions of the ANZ Ratings and Analyser spreadsheet.


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  • 1. dougmac  |  June 25th, 2024 at 5:01 pm

    WOW;That’s a lot of info to digest.More to the point can it make a profit?
    Also an update on a few earlier Bot strategies would be welcome. Thanks Doug

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