Wednesday, 9 March 2011

HCE (High Class Equine) And The Zen Of Sports Speculation.

As regular readers of my blog will know, I am very keen on trying to condense information to its most relevant points. It is this philosophy that has driven me to create the Quotation Of The Week  and Blog Post Of The Week themes on the blog.

Both of the above are about focusing on information that I believe is of the highest value for my readers and I.

With an avalanche of information bombarding the modern day sports speculator it is vital to provide concise and relevant information.  As Albert EinStein is often quoted as saying:

"Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler"

Well I now know that I am not one of the only front runners in providing this sort of information any more, Jason over at the High Class Equine blog has just started what I consider to be the essence of distilling useful information regarding his speciality; two- year- olds in training.

The format he is using to provide the information is to use a; five bullet point post, highlighting what he considers to be the five most important stats regarding the prominent trainers of two-year-olds.

What I like most about the format is that it provides powerful information that is easy to read and recall and could make the difference between a profitable or unprofitable season following two-year-olds.

To view the small but expanding list of posts click hear: High Class Equine: Five-Shot Bullet Points

I hope you have enjoyed this post.
Stay patient

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