Eques Surge ©


This system is guaranteed to work with absolute certainty. NO!

Handicapping means that you will, by educated and informed guesses, ascertain the probabilities one horse has over the others of winning. We have created a system that calculates based on historical data that you will input.

Gambling is still a gamble. But by using this system, your chances are greatly improved over traditional methods such as numerology, or picking the "Experts" selections, tossing a coin, or gut feelings.

One may easily be inclined to believe that because the workings of this system are not visible beyond what is input and what is output, this system merely makes your computer hard drive light flash and things move on the screen. Absolutely not. The results are NOT random. The precision of your data input IS VITAL. Statistical data of a horses racing history as well as recent and current racing conditions are taken into account, compared and analyzed, assigned numeric and logical values, and weighed against each other.

Here are some [of the numerous] determining factors:

Previous tracks: Distance and surface; sprints and races on turf tend to render horses less capable of winning subsequent races.

Horse Ages: Younger horses(2 year-olds) tend to be somewhat less predictable than the 4 and even 3 year olds.

Current track and conditions: Turf, or wet tracks make for less consistency, and thus, less predictability. We recommend not betting on these races. If it has been raining it might be safer to wait and bet on another day or another race.

Historical Performance: A horse will have distinct consistencies in its past performance, so taking this into consideration along with statistical tendencies is very important.


Your horse must be a thoroughbred.

At least 8 horses must be in the race you will bet on.

Race MUST be between 6 and 7 furlongs ONLY in order to qualify for a longshot bet..

Must be a Claiming or Allowance race.

Horse must be between 2 and 4 years old.

You will save time and work by not putting in information on the races and horses which the system will reject as a potential

Longshot bet candidate (unless you want the option of making a regular bet).

Some definitions:

1 Furlong = 660 Feet

1 Mile = 8 furlongs

1/16 Mile = .0625 Mile = .5 Furlong

1/8 Mile * .125 Mile = 1 Furlong

3/4 Mile = .75 Mile = 6 Furlongs

1 Furlong = 220 Yards

Post Position: Gate starting is the order that each horse is listed on the DRF.

Experts Selection:If the horse is an Expert's Selection, check box, otherwise leave blank.

Last Finish: Here put the horse's last finish position 1 for 1st, 2 for 2nd, etc.

Last Race Lengths From Winner:Here, use decimals for fractional numbers; i.e. For 1⁄2 put .5, 1⁄4 put

.25, etc. (Also means lengths-won-by if the horse came in first). For

"no"(nose) put .1(point one), for "nk"(neck) put .2(point two).If horse did not finish put -1.

LastRaceTurfOrDirt: Check box ONLY if turf, otherwise leave blank.

Date of last win: Put the date of the horse's most recent win, or if no wins leave blank.

Last race long or short: >8 Furlongs = 1Mile+ =(Long) Put L if "Long" race, S if <8 Furlongs "Short" race

Eques Surge was created for making profitable bets so the prime bet to win on is the longshot. This type is considered first.

Thereafter if a horse has not been chosen to bet on as a longshot then one will be determined as the best for a regular bet.

This system was designed primarily for making a single bet per race. This makes the overall control of your money and information

much easier to handle. You can if you desire, look at the systems results and make additional bets based on the product of the various

calculations. This is your option. Take note though that as you use the system beyond its primary use of choosing one winner you are getting

away from the more accurate First-Pick computations and increase your overall risk of loss. Please use discretion in this respect.


The Daily Racing Form is available online for a small fee at . Check out their

main site too at https://www.drf.com/. This site is great for newbies because understanding the Daily Racing Program can be very confusing.

It is very easy to input data from the Daily Racing Form and get the print-outs / read-outs of winners without risking money.

This is recommended so that you can work with the system until you feel confident in the results. At the same time you will have begun

building up you own database of betting, winning and losing, and horse and track information for future use and reference.

When you are ready to put the system to use you should decide to set aside a specific amount of money for your bet and follow

a couple of basic rules. One: Bet only 8% per race of what you have allocated for your total betting monies.

For example; if you can begin with $200 bet $16 per race . The purpose of this percentage is so that if you lose 10 in a row before making

your first win you will have a cushion to continue betting. A losing streak of more than ten is VERY uncommon. This explanation of

possibility should not discourage you as you will soon realize that the wins will make your original betting allocation grow enormously.

As your original allocation grows and shrinks your bets should be adjusted accordingly. An average losing streak is usually about 4 to 5

races only. When you lose, don't get discouraged; afterall it IS gambling. Just watch your allocated bet money and as the saying goes,

"Never bet more than you can afford to lose".

Winnings vary greatly. On some races you will win only 2 times your investment and on others you will win as much as 50 to 60 times your

investment. These winnings, averaged with the losses will make your average profit about 400 %. Keep in mind that your profits will

continually grow because your average investment is growing. Do the rest of the math and you will be astounded.

Q & A Q: If this system is so great, why do you bother doing all the work to make it available to the public?

Answer: Because doing the workup on paper used to take me about 2 hours on 1 race and I frankly didn't have the spare time to do it so I set up my system on a database(since I am a database programmer by profession). Now with the system online and with some practice it takes maybe

half an hour or less to do a workup. Another advantage is that horse and track names I enter now do not have to be entered again. I wanted for other people to have the same program and make money using it. The horse ages do change so obviously so you need to keep an eye on that.

Q: Can I place my bets online?

Answer: Not in every state. As of the date of this writing in 2019 the following states DO NOT allow online betting:






North Carolina

South Carolina



Washington D.C.

You can, however, if you are near a racetrack and want to bet on an out-of-state race then many tracks will allow you to place bets on tracks

in other locations and even have live video feeds of other races.