The defualt 'top terms' used are from 2014 to the current date - they are in-running notes with terms (of 1 or 2 words) that appear a significant number of times.
The data shown gives a measure of how often a pace term appears, which is useful when using them in the shortlist builder and assessign previous runs.
It also shows if the term was historically profitable as a hedge between the range of 10% to 500%, as shown in the chart, and therefore whether terms are an accurate measure of actual race performance.
This does NOT translate to profitability for today's runners with these terms in their historical runs, nor does it predict the in-running pace of the horse in it's next race.
The text in the in-running notes
How often the term appears in result comments as a percentage of total comments on record.
Ave Price Drop:
The in-running price reduction from 'BSP' to 'In Play Low' expressed as a percentage from -100% to +100%, This is the average reduction for all runs with this term.
Ave Book Diff:
The average drop in book value for runs with this term. Book Drop is 'In Play Book' - 'BSP Book'. Book is 100 / Odds.
Ave Max Prof:
The 'Max Prof' is the maximum profit, expressed in odds, that could have been achived by an in-play tarde. This is an average of this value for runs with the term in its notes
Ave Hedge ROI:
The ROI for a hedging level (say 100%, which is a DOB) that would have been achieved for hedging all runs with these notes. The chart shows 10% to 500% in steps of 10. This is the average value for the chart to the right.
'Hedge Target Return' v's 'Actual Overall ROI'. The chart ranges from 10% to 500% in steps of 10.
Total number fo runs
Straight backing win ROI
Straight backing win strike rate
Average odds for win back betting
Click any row to view a larger chart of hedging RIO and SR.