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.
Think of two human runners. One is running on concrete while the other runs in sand. The runner in the sand is said to be “running against the bias”.
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 races each day will feature bias horses?
As you may know each race card is different. Some days there will be as many as eight races featuring bias horses. Some races even feature more than one bias horse. And on rare occasions there may be none listed.
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