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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a bias horse?

A track bias occurs when a racing surface favors a particular running style or position. A horse is said to be a “bias horse” when he runs against the favorable part of the track. For example, when a horse tries to close from behind on a track that is favoring front runners. Another way to think of it. Picture two human runners, one runs on concrete while the other runs in sand. Obviously the runner in sand will have a much harder time than the one on concrete. The runner on sand is running against a bias.

Where do I find the bias notes?

If you can’t see the Racetracks link in the upper menu, this means your subscription is either up for renewal or needs to be purchased. Please go to “My Account” >> “Account Settings” and select a monthly or yearly membership.

How do you determine on which days a racetrack is biased?

At BiasBook.net, we meticulously pour over racing charts and video from each track, thus saving you the time and effort of having to do so. All bias notes are for the last race run unless otherwise noted.

How many bias horses run each day?

Every day is different. Some days there will be 20 or more total bias horses running at the tracks we cover. On the days when only one or two tracks are running, that number can be lower.

What is the registration fee for a BiasBook.net subscription?

Just $24.95 a month or $275 a year gets you unlimited access to BiasBook.net.

How can I change my subscription type?

To change your subscription type, please go to your Account Settings page and scroll to the bottom, where you’ll see a section called Change Subscription Type.

How can I cancel my subscription?

To cancel your subscription, please go to your Account Settings page and scroll to the bottom, where you’ll see a section called Change Subscription Type. Then select the radio button labelled No Subscription.

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