Thoroughbred Handicapping Software
TBred DDCH, TBred Sit-Play are highly effective in predicting the outcome of a Thoroughbred horse race. TBred DDCH and TBred Sit-Play use (D)ata (D)ownload Past Performance files from Brisnet. No user input is required. TBred Helper is manul input. It requires the user to input the needed data from the Daily Racing Form.
Click the TBred DDCH link at the top of this page for more information.
Harness Handicapping Software
HH-DDCH-SS Pro provides an intuative engine for predicting the outcome of a Standardbred horse race. It requires (D)ata (D)ownload Past Performance files from TrackMaster. No user input is required. Included in HH-Pro is The Profiler. The profiler allows the handicapper to assign their own weights to handicapping aspects such as post position, win percentage, in-the-money percentage, lengths ahead/behind, links gained/lost, average quarter times, track conditions, breaks and more. You can create as many profiles as you wish. For example, you could create a profile for each track you play or a profile for different race types (conditioned, claiming, maiden).
Please Click the icons at the top of this page for more information.
New Harness Software
Harness Helper has been revamped and is now at version 10.0! It now allows the user to choose the runline and plugs in the data field with just a mouse click! The output shows Adjusted Times, FPS and the Fraction Times and Fraction Totals from the user selected runline. The Fractions are calculated to be those of THIS horse and not the leaders Fractions Times.
Version 10.0 is not quite ready for release but it will only be a short time before it is out of beta.
You must JOIN At Every Turn before accessing. Membership is restricted so send an email to Misal.Capper@yahoo.com to let us know WHO you are prior to reqistration or your acceptance may be delayed or rejected!
Greyhound Handicapping Software
Greyhound Helper crunches the important data needed to effectively predict the outcome of a Greyhound race. Greyhound Helper is available in a manual/voice input version only. It requires data from the Daily Racing Form.
Click the Greyhound Helper link at the top of this page for more information.
Our Handicapping Engine
MiSalSoft has been producing handicapping and business software since 1986. Over that period we developed and continue to improve the FPS formula used in our handicapping engines. FPS stands for Feet Per Second. In handicapping, lengths are and have been generally accepted as the standard for the distance an animal is ahead or behind. We feel and can effectively agrue that lengths is a poor standard to judge distances ahead/behind.
Using Feet Per second instead of lengths improves the accuracy with which one can predict the possible outcome of a race -- any race.
What is the length of a length? Most believe a horse length is 8 feet. The problem with that is that all horses in a race are not the same 'length.' Who decides how many lengths a dog is ahead or behind at the various calls of the race? One individual might judge a dog as 4 lengths back while another might see it as 5 lengths back.
Even ' if ' all the contestants in a race were ' exactly ' the same body length, the basis for judging how many lengths seperate the contestants is mostly guess-work.
Unless you know there are high-speed cameras at all the calls (not just at the wire) on the previous racetracks that tonight's animals have run on you should have little faith in lengths as a handicapping aspect.
Feet Per Second by itself is more accurate than lengths. However, for FPS to be accurate enough to use it in predicting a races outcome, it must be adjusted for different racing distances. A horse running today at a distance of 1 Mile where all his past races were 6 Furlongs cannot be expected to run the same FPS at 1 Mile as he did at 6 Furlongs.
The FPS formula in our handicapping engine correctly makes the adjustment for distance differences. Figuring Feet Per Second isn't difficult but correctly adjusting it for differing distances is a big task. The key word in the previous two sentences is 'correctly.' We base the adjustments on the results of running hundreds of race cards (thousands of races) through our proprietary simulator. The simulator results have taken any guess-work out of the equation (the simulator is not for sale).
For more information on our software click the links at the top of this page.
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