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Palm Beach 02/25 Matinee
Stat Attack ---Stat Force ---RG Tip Sheet

Orange Park 02/26 Evening
Stat Attack ---Stat Force ---RG Tip Sheet


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Handicap the Greyhounds with Ease

On the Stat Attack sheet, we've reduced the complexities of the greyhound program page into a statistical summary for each of the greyhounds.

For example, the seventh column on the Stat Attack is the Break Average column. For this statistic, we've taken each of the greyhound's races and averaged their break from the box (or "Off") call. In this column, the smaller the number, the better that greyhound's starting ability. Superscripts and underlines in a column denote the top three greyhounds.

In the eighth column, the 1/8th Avg has been used like the "Off" call above. Here again, the smaller the number, the better the greyhound's ability to get past the first turn ahead of the competition.

In the ninth column labeled Str Avg you will find the average for each greyhound's stretch call.

And in the tenth column, Fin Avg, we've included the average of all of the finishes for each greyhound. Again, smaller is better!

Unlike a tip sheet, the Stat Attack does the calculations and rankings, but you do the handicapping and make your own selections!

For more info on How to Read the Stat Attack, http://www.greyhounds.com/info/statatak.pdf

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