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Re: [RC] John Crandell III & Heraldic - Truman Prevatt

An any situation governed by the laws of probability of a population - there are always a few out on the tail of the distribution. People even win the power ball lottery - one in every 10 billion that play it. Like I said there are the great horses - you named a few. Just because a few great horses did something doesn't mean that it's the wise approach to use on the other 99.9% in the center of the population.

If you look at the records many of these horses are racing 100's faster than the average horse is doing 50's.


rides2far@xxxxxxxx wrote:
P.S. Seems to me the riders who focus on 100's early on, and never bother
to race 50's have the best luck with longevity...see Drubin, and Honey
(Becky Harris' mare whatever Myntfa)



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Re: [RC] John Crandell III & Heraldic, rides2far