THE MULTIPLE FACTOR RATING METHOD is a mathematical
process that selects the probable winner in a horse race
assigning to each entry a positive numerical value based
four basic handicapping factors: Class, Speed, Win
Consistency and Jockey. After the entire field is rated,
racing analyst may, if he wishes, compose a price line
determine whether the top-rated entry is a profitable
betting risk (i.e. an overlay). Constructing a price line
well as the most effective use of the Multiple Factor
Method will be explained after the basic procedure is
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