OptixGRID: A Fully Integrative Past-Performance Platform

Part III of The Future of Handicapping (OptixEQ)

While OptixNOTES can be viewed in a standalone format, you can also view the OptixNOTES information as part of a more detailed past-performance platform in OptixGRID, which also includes plenty of other proprietary data fields as well as traditional past-performance information (like odds, finish position, fractional times, etc.). OptixGRID also includes a unique speed-figure rating called OptixFIG, which helps players assess whether a horse is even fast enough to be competitive in a given race.

To help you process the information available in OptixGRID, the OptixEQ team has made this past-performance matrix fully interactive; in other words, players can sort and filter the data however they’d like. For instance, if you just want to see a horse’s turf races, you could easily filter the surface column to show only the turf races. Let’s say you wanted to view the field in order of the fastest OptixFIGs, then you would simply sort the OptixFIG column in descending order. No other past-performance platform has the functionality to manipulate the data in such a unique and personal way.

The OptixGRID looks like an expanded version of the OptixNOTES platform, including all of the traditional past-performance data as well as several proprietary fields unique to OptixEQ. To learn more about OptixGRID, you can view the instructional video and documentation here: https://www.optixeq.com/?products=optixgrid#doc.



As part of its integrative platform, the OptixEQ product includes its own proprietary speed figures along with its past-performances in OptixGRID. We thought it would be interesting to show you a list of the OptixFIGs for this year’s Kentucky Derby prep races as a point of reference.


Is It Worth It?

As you can see, OptixEQ has all of the traditional handicapping elements covered in its fully integrative platform, but it puts a new spin on how players can analyze and interpret a race. Who has time to spend hours poring over raw data in an old-school past-performance product when you can get the same information—and so much more—distilled for you in an easily accessible and visual way?

Once you start using OptixEQ, you will never want to handicap a horse race in the traditional way again. The information here is too good and too valuable that you’ll feel the need to use it on a daily basis. Whether you’re an avid cash player who plays multiple tracks or a contest player who has to handicap fifteen mandatory races, you’ll find that the information available in OptixEQ will give you an edge over the competition—and it will save you so much mental energy that you will find yourself making better decisions and wagering much more smartly and efficiently throughout the day.

And the best part is: OptixEQ is eminently affordable. Daily packages start from as low as $10 a day, while a full monthly package (which includes OptixPLOT, OptixNOTES, and OptixGRID for all available tracks) only costs $180 (which is essentially just $6 a day). There are way more expensive products on the market—and none of them deliver what OptixEQ can in terms of sheer data, handicapping proficiency, and racing analytics.

Simply put, OptixEQ is the future of handicapping.

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