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Conceptually speaking, if you have a general idea of what the final (projected) score of a game might be, in advance, then you're supposed to prosper on said game or games. The same basic premise holds true with a horse race. Meaning, if the horse with the best projection gets a 'clean trip' it should (in theory) Win!
The three best reasons as to 'why' one should wager on harness more than Thoroughbreds:
1. The 44-inch variable known as a sulky, can actually be your friend.
2. As far as I'm concerned, the overall IQ's of harness drivers over jockeys has a huge gap and trust me when I say that, thinking like a driver is 5x easier than trying to predict what a jockey might do!!!
3. Additionally, the standard definition of a professional horseplayer is the ability to pick 22% Top Pick winners. Well, my Horse-PSM (Predictive Scoring Model) hits nearly 60% on a month-by-month basis and it's mostly done through harness races.