APP: ‘Team Golden’ predicts winners in 2018 Triple Crown races

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Jun 112018
 

Lory and David Golden — (I’ve dubbed them “Team Golden”) — used ARV to correctly predict the 2018 Triple Crown winners.  The three “jewels” of the Triple Crown in American thoroughbred racing are the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, and Belmont Stakes. As part of the Applied Precognition Project’s FirstGroove horseracing group, Lory viewed for each race and David, her husband, judged Lory’s transcripts. The FirstGroove group’s predictions were posted to the APP prediction list prior to the races.

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APP FirstGroove group predicts Belmont Stakes winner

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Jun 112018
 

 

On June 8, the APP FirstGroove group used ARV to predict that Justify would win the 2018 Belmont Stakes on Saturday, June 9. Five gave confidence rankings ranging from 3.5 to 5 for Side 1 (yes) when tasked with (yes or no): Will the odds-favorite horse JUSTIFY win the 2018 Belmont Stakes? A sixth prediction was a Pass.

The group also made a prediction June 8 based on the color of the horses’ saddle blankets, which are linked to their post positions at the starting gate. Lillian chose BLACK (#6 Gronkowski), the Place horse (second), and Patsy chose YELLOW (#4 Hofburg), the Show horse (third).

Congrats to all!

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FirstGroove Group: Leslie R., Patsy P. score personal hits predicting Oaklawn race

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Feb 172017
 

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Leslie R. had a personal hit predicting the odds-favorite horse would not finish in the money in Thursday’s Race 9 at Oaklawn Park. An independent judge gave her sessions a confidence ranking (CR) of 6 for Target 839475 (Side 2) and CR 5 for Target 246588 (Side 1), on the seven-point SRI/Targ scale. In the Winning Entanglement ARV protocol, the ideal is to have one coordinate with a strong match to each side. In this case, Leslie’s transcripts did just that, with one predicting Side 2 would actualize and the other predicting Side 1 would not actualize.

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Patsy P. also correctly predicted Side B (No) using one transcript and self-judging.

The FirstGroove Group had a Pass, with two predicting Side 1 (Yes), and one Pass in addition to the winning predictions.

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T.W. uses intuition in 62-day horseracing contest

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Dec 172014
 

ThoroEndurobannerI just completed another fantasy horseracing contest using intuition to select the winners. After 62 days, I ranked 824th of the 1,303 active players–1,218 had already been eliminated.

All but three days had three races. My virtual payout (based on $2 Win-Place-Show bets in each race) was $923.70, compared to the winner’s virtual payout of $1,444. If I’d been betting real money, I would’ve lost $355.

Here’s how the game worked: participants survived THOROENDURO until a race day when none of their selections finished in the top four of their respective race. Only selections that finished in 1st, 2nd or 3rd position received “virtual bankroll” credit based on the official pari-mutuel payoffs for that selection’s respective race. If a contestant failed to have any of their selections finish in the top four positions of any game race on a THOROENDURO contest date, they lost one Eligibility Life. This could force the contestant to go “In the Barn” for a period of time before being allowed back “In the Race” of THOROENDURO.

I finished the 62-day competition–from Aug. 23 to Dec. 14–without ever being “In the Barn.”

Here are some of the other contests where I’ve used intuition:

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TW sinks at “the Shore”

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Jun 082014
 

img_ticket_logo8Sadly, my latest experiment with using intuition to choose winners in fantasy horseracing contests ended after a week, but that was better than last year when I had my second loss on Day 2 using Associative Remote Viewing. This year, on Day 7 of Monmouth Park’s Survival at the Shore, I was eliminated with a ranking of 1,614, joining 3,645 who’d been disqualified before me. Winnings of $46.80 on Day 2 had boosted me to ranking 36th of 6,777 players, but then I had two days with no horses finishing win/place/show. If I’d placed $6 combo bets for the 21 races, I would’ve lost $23.

Survival at the Shore was the first fantasy contest I played, and I still get a kick out of it. Here are some peeks at previous years’ results:

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T.W. finishes 45-day fantasy horseracing contest

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Jun 022014
 

Remington_Park_ThoroughbredOver the past few years, I’ve played in a half dozen or more fantasy horseracing contests. At first, I used Associate Remote Viewing to select my “winner” for the three races each contest day. After I joined Dave Silverstein’s group, using my pendulum for sports predictions, I decided to try something less time-consuming on these fantasy contests. For the last few, I’ve used straight intuition, basing my selection on which horse’s name sounded best to me.

For the first time, I was able to complete a contest. In Remington Park’s High Q Test, which ended June 1, I was among 1,083 players who was still “active” after 45 race days and 1,028 were eliminated and “in the barn.” My finishing bankroll of $515 was ranked 1,101st, compared to the winner’s $1,079 bankroll. If I’d been betting real money ($6 per race), I would’ve lost $313. Sigh.

Participants continued in THE TEST until such day that none of their selections finished in the top four of their respective race. Each race day, at least one of their selections had to run in 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in their respective race. All eligible contestants received additional Lucky Horseshoes on April 4 and May 9, each giving them one extra day when they could have no winners without being eliminated from the contest.

Last year, I survived until Day 51 of Remington Park’s Thoroenduro challenge, when I got distracted by travel and didn’t enter my selections for two days. When the challenge ended on Dec. 15, despite missing ten race days, I still ranked in the top half – 784th of 2,480 players.

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Fantasy horseracing: Intuition at the track

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Mar 102014
 

 

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When Meadowlands Racetrack announced the beginning of the Winter Meet Survival Challenge on Feb. 6, I wanted to see if I could repeat the success I’d had in surviving to Day 51 in Remington Park’s Thoroenduro fantasy horseracing contest using only intuition. The quick answer was “no.”

Playing as StarGirl, I did make it to Day 15, and was one of 985 remaining in the game–4,416 had already been disqualified! I made selections based solely on intuition. I went out ranked 472nd, with fantasy winnings of $229 for my mythical bets of $135 in the 15 race days (3 bets X 3 races each day). I was disqualified the second race day when none of my selections finished in the money. (On Day 14, my last winning day, I was ranked 352nd!)

To make a fair comparison, I did have twice the number of “Lucky Horseshoes” in the Thoroenduro challenge, so I had four days without winners before I was disqualified in that contest.

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Fantasy horseracing: a fun test of intuition

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Dec 192013
 

ThoroEndurobanner-2When I signed up for the Remington Park THOROENDURO fantasy horseracing challenge in August, I knew I wouldn’t have time to do remote viewing for 62 race days. Instead, I opted to rely on intuition–in other words, to just “guess” based on which horses’ names appealed to me.

My participation in Dave Silverstein’s group gave me the confidence to try something besides associative remote viewing. In that group, I’ve been using the pendulum to make sports predictions (over/under, winner/loser).

Here’s how the game worked: participants survived THOROENDURO until a race day when none of their selections finished in the top four of their respective race. Only selections that finished in 1st, 2nd or 3rd position received “virtual bankroll” credit based on the official pari-mutuel payoffs for that selection’s respective race. If a contestant failed to have any of their selections finish in the top four positions of any game race on a THOROENDURO contest date, they lost one Eligibility Life. This could force the contestant to go “In the Barn” for a period of time before being allowed back “In the Race” of THOROENDURO.

Because of my early sign-in, I had four “lives” before being disqualified. I managed to stay active through Nov. 21, Day 51, without being sent to the “Barn.” In the end, my intuition didn’t fail but I got distracted. I was traveling and didn’t enter any selections for two race days when I only had one “life” left.

My ranking throughout the contest was generally in the top quarter. For instance, on Day 45 (Nov. 9) I ranked 365th of 2,480 players. When the challenge ended on Dec. 15, despite missing ten race days, I still ranked in the top half–784th of 2,480 players. All in all, it was a fun way to gauge how well intuition can work.

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Birthday fun: ARV hits in 3 of 8 races!!

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Aug 142013
 


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Today was my birthday and it also happened to be race day at nearby Fairmount Park, so John and I took advantage of the beautiful summer afternoon and headed across the river to Illinois.

I started the day doing “lightning rounds” of Associative Remote Viewing on the eight races using Marty Rosenblatt’s PRECOG10 for “My Events.” This worked out perfectly since all the races had fewer than 10 horses. My intention was to pick the horse with the highest win/place/show winnings in each race.

I refer to my sessions as “lightning rounds” because the viewings averaged around six minutes–the longest was 10 and the shortest was four minutes. I did them in two sessions–the odd-numbered races from 5:40 to 6:23 a.m. and the even-numbered races from 9:43 to 10:15 a.m.

The results? My top CRs (confidence rankings) returned two first-place winners and one second-place winner that had the highest winnings ($6.20 paid to the Place horse vs. $5.20 to the Winning horse). Two of my other top CRs returned a Place and a Show win. In one of those races, the winner was my second-highest CR (a judging issue).

I’d like to say I came away with a lot of money, but betting is an entirely different skill. (Sigh.) I bet using a combination of ARV and straight intuition like I’ve been using with some success in online fantasy contests. I won’t be trying that again. Nonetheless, it was fun, and I did come up with one winner and a couple of other horses that finished in the money using straight intuition.

While these ARV transcripts don’t show my best connections with targets, they served the intended purpose of picking winners. Gotta love it!

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Tom ARVs Preakness winners!

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May 202013
 

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Following is Tom Atwater’s account of his ARV-win of Saturday’s longshot Preakness winner, Oxbow:

I had two horses on top with Targ CRs of 6 – the winner and the 3rd place finisher – both nice odds, the winner was 15-1. 

Combined with my logical pick #9 running 2nd, I had the $300-for-$2 exacta & a nice win bet – VERY nice profit!

My guidance -and my ARVing – were emphatic – 3-to-5 favorite Orb would not win. He ran 4th.

This stuff works!

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