This program, which runs on all Amstrad CPCs, analyses, from the data entered, and then displays ratings for each horse in the race leaving the operator to choose which to back.
To use the program effectively it is necessary to have the racing section of a newspaper, or better still a racing paper.
When entering course conditions enter good, good to soft, soft etc. The distance must be entered as decimal, one mile four furlongs being 1.4, for example.
Form is usually entered as a number between one and 100 but if your paper simply puts a dot beside a horse give that horse 100 and the others 80.
If a horse's preferred ground is not known then simply press enter.
An overall percentage of wins using this system worked out at 71% over a trial period.
If you would like a copy of the program, presented over two weeks, plus data for several famous race tracks, then send £3.25 to me Nicky Morris, at 22 Richard Street, Dunstable. Bedfordshire LU5 4BH