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Vas



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Posted: Wed Jan 02, 2019 1:27 pm    Post subject: Another horse racing method Reply with quote

There are a few methods out there however another method is to check the horse's birth chart and compare this to the chart of the race.


I've looked a few horse race charts and I've found if the sun/moon has a positive aspect to the ascendant or midheaven to the race, that horse could be the winner.
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jimijamesandtheblueflames



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Posted: Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The problem with the birthdate of horses method is that we don't have either accurate times or even accurate dates.

Even if you had accurate data, you'd have to take it's transits into consideration and even then, even if you believe them to work, it's still no guarantee of success: For example, if a horse has it's Jupiter on the MC of a race, that's not an indication that it will win. That particular aspect could mean that it get's mentioned a lot by Ed or by that annoying South African chick, or it wins the best turned out award. However, it might finish 8th out of 12 and that result could possibly be the best placing it's ever going to have. Besides, who'd want to look through 100+ charts in a day's racing to find a 3/1 winner?

And why stop at a horse's chart? Have a look at the owner's, the trainer's, the jockey, the assistant trainer's, the stable lad's and the lorry driver's chart to see if that counts too? After all, they all contribute to the horses' success, wouldn't you say? How about the handicapper? Was he having a good day at the office?

It's simply not worth the effort required.

This has been discussed on this forum many times and many times it's been proven not to work. All this method does is open a can of worms.
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