Do you know a true track bias from a false one?

November 20, 2020

If you think there was a speed bias over the Keeneland dirt track on Breeders’ Cup weekend this video is for you. Knowing a true track bias from a false one is something you can capitalize on again and again but you have to be right. Pick 6 King Jonathan Stettin has studied track biases for years and shares some of the differences and nuances between real and false ones with you.

Jon will illustrate how those who though there was a real track bias at Keeneland for the Breeders’ Cup were not correct. Listen and of course feel free to weigh in with your thoughts. We always love a nice racing discussion.

Some of our older articles on track bias:

Against the Track Bias

To B or Not to B

Enjoy the show!

Photo Breeders’ Cup, Authentic and John Velazquez

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