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The Expected Value Breeding Theory is a practical way to breed in an uncertain environment for new and growing stables that doesn’t require an advanced stats program or a massive budget. It is more practical math than it is theory but it is more likely to catch on to call it a theory in ZED world.
The goal of Expected Value Breeding Theory is to optimize for the highest quality breed attempts at the lowest possible price. The expected value of a breed is calculated by factoring in breed cost, racing cost, donkey floor for breed type balanced against the actual odds of getting a ‘winning’ horse based on the current bred population. Thanks to a recent update to the KnowYourHorses.com filtered horse queries it is now possible to quickly calculate ‘winning’ horses vs total bred population.