Between races, Benter struggled to make his algorithms stay ahead of a statistical phenomenon called gambler’s ruin. It holds that if a player with limited funds keeps betting against an opponent with unlimited funds (that is, a casino, or the betting population of Hong Kong), he will eventually go broke, even if the game is fair. All lucky streaks come to an end, and losing runs are fatal.
MacKenzee Hansen  · That would be disgraceful for justify to even come into comparison with secretariat. Justify was not a great horse nothing compared to secretariat and it kills me so many people think he's the cats meow. If he becomes a standard that sinks lower for any horses racing after 3 years of age and more and more stallions in a shed that truthfully haven't accomplished much. And I totally agree southern humor this is why more and more horse racing sinks downward. Oh my god steroid era?? At least secretariat beat unrestricted races and raced after the triple crown. Plus horses justify beat and 2 I can think of off hand HAVE NOT WON A decent RACE SINCE HE BEAT THEM. I cant believe people like you who worship this horse it's literally insane. Ps.... justifys derby time was the 4th worst from 1960 to now. · 3 hours ago
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A racehorse achieves peak ability at age five, but the classic age of three years and the escalating size of purses, breeding fees, and sale prices have led to fewer races held with horses beyond age four. There are notable exceptions to this, however. Famous races that admit horses older than three include the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, the Gran Premio Internacional Carlos Pellegrini in Argentina, the Caulfield and Sydney cups in Australia, the Grande Prêmio São Paulo Internacional in Brazil, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes in England, the Gran Premio del Jockey Club and Gran Premio di Milano in Italy, the Emperor’s Cup and Arima Memorial in Japan, the Wellington Cup in New Zealand, the Durban July in South Africa, and the Gran Premio Clásico Simón Bolívar in Venezuela.
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Historically, equestrians honed their skills through games and races. Equestrian sports provided entertainment for crowds and displayed the excellent horsemanship needed in battle. Horse racing of all types evolved from impromptu competitions between riders or drivers. The various forms of competition, requiring demanding and specialized skills from both horse and rider, resulted in the systematic development of specialized breeds and equipment for each sport. The popularity of equestrian sports through the centuries has resulted in the preservation of skills that would otherwise have disappeared after horses stopped being used in combat.[8]
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