Yep I like that measure - good way of normalising for the quality of rides they get.
Out of interest, what does "A to E" stand for and where do you find these stats for NZ jockeys (apologies if I missed this earlier in the thread)
Yes correct, I thought that might be too much of a hurdle to explain when many on here can't even get past Jockey S/R.
This will help a few understand
Consider 2 different riders, both ride 10 horses & both get 2 winners. S/R has them equal.
However one of them rides 10 $2 Favs and should have really had 5 winners.
The other rode Ten $10 shots and should have only got 1 winner.
Who is the better Jockey?.
Totally irrelevant WD, it doesn't matter what price the horse is paying or the quality of it.
A 2 E takes the price of the runner into account.
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