Without par times the bettor must guess whether a shipper has the pace and speed ability to be competitive in a particular field - or if a class jumper is fast enough to withstand the raise, or how well a distance switcher will do running longer or shorter. Lists the average daily variant on which par times were based on virtually every important track in the country. Tells, for example, how Turf Paradise (AZ) really compares to Santa Anita or Belmont. Track class levels tell you quickly how Oaklawn compares with Fair Grounds. Book also lists intertrack class level ratings (showing where a certain class of horse should do best at any other track in North America). Also Winning Move Factor - which are speed tracks and which favor closers. 121 Pgs.