Oct 14, 2020 -- 10:47AM, smithyads1 wrote:
Any risk escobar may end up in the qe2?
Oct 15, 2020 -- 3:38PM, nocturnal wrote:
Many thanks Rease ..... Good to see you about,anything catch your eye saturday ?For a typical Ascot flat meeting 60 grid locations are assessed using an electromechanical GoingStick, 24 on the straight course and 36 positions on the round course. Three "penetration" and three "shear" measurements, representative of forces exerted by the horses hoof when it is on contact with the ground, are taken in each grid. Volumetric soil moisture content data is also collected, meaning that 480 scientifically generated measurements contribute to each flat Going Report produced.Bit more than than two flatcaps and sticks then.It goes on to say how this takes 75 minutes,which begs just the one question;How can you get it so wrong,on such a regular basis,with 480 bits of Information to hand ?Stalls predictably on the far side saturday on the straight course.Does that mean there will be a golden highway up that far rail,even after the 2 milers have had a go ?Oh,and that aeration excuse,many Golfers on here can testify to that one GL
Winners have been thin on the ground all summer in truth,noc
Have gone with Happy Power e/w in the Sprint and Graignes e/w in this - more in hope than expectation
Good luck with yours...