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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...
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Mitchell, a veteran handicapper and writer, contends that handicapping thoroughbreds is a whole new game today. Simulcasting allows you to pick your spots for the best return, but you must be ready to see a contender within minutes and bet it in such a way that you reap the biggest reward. This means betting the exotics. Mitchell includes his best and favorite methods for picking the right horse to extract maximum profits, and a two-day workshop to demonstrate the strength of his concepts. 255...
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Ever feel perplexed when handicapping that occasional 7 to 7-1/2f race on dirt or turf? Is it a long sprint or a short route? So did Boal, and decided to do something about it. For three years, he logged the Winning Sires at this bastard distance covering 3,122 races and published 7 to 7-1/2f Sire Rankings. Now for the first time, handicappers can have at their fingertips the only empirical study of its kind providing a "pecking order" of the 394 Winning Sires at 7 to 7-1/2f that gives you...
CONTENT DISTRIBUTORS INC.
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Arnold has tested his wits against fellow handicappers since the day he was old enough to approach a parimutuel window. His approach to building a sensible methodology will help you tackle the sometimes overwhelming task of winning money betting on thoroughbred races. Find out how to better manage money, time and data and develop your own strategy that will lead to consistent profits. 287 Pgs. 2005 Table of Contents Money ManagementTime ManagementData ManagementSpecial SituationsPutting It All...
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Includes Bill Quirin's Grass Stallion List. 2015
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Prof. Jones' Strategy for Non-Computer Users. Finally, the ultimate advanced winning strategy that gives you the extra edge to greatly increase winning percentages - a must for serious players intent on winning! Beat any dog track!. For the first time, Jones reveals his computer-proven winning secrets. Learn the advanced strategies the pros use, such as Sloped Speed and Advanced Earning Analysis, and how to really determine recent form so you can pick winner after winner. Receive wheeling...
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Understanding how to mark the program will make a difference between losing and winning. The suggestions of how to mark your program in this book refers to any mark to help you correctly make a wagering decision. Casey covers the middle-box break problem dog; class dog gone bad; identifying a 'checker'; an overbet dog; double dropdown dogs. 21 pages, paperbound.
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This instructional DVD is designed to help you master ultra-modern, pace-and-speed handicapping. Mitchell guides you step by step on how to make accurate projected times that will show you how a race will play out by instructing you to stick to real-time measures and not some arbitrary ratings or figures. Special bonus material includes 2007 PARS PLUS materials and the latest developments and improvements therein.
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The 25 betting angles in this book include: driver changes; trainer claiming; qualifying; class angle; the drop down claiming angle; multiple winners advantage angle; repeater; early speed/stretch gain angle; hidden form; scratched horse; lasix; equipment angles. Also contains specific past performance reproductions, charts, results and analysis to help players remember situations for future bets. 60 pgs, paperback, 1995
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The culmination of more than a decade of handicapping software excellence. Combining the time-honored best of ALL-IN-ONE 5 with the leading-edge advances of The Handy Capper and Betting Analyst Supreme Express all designed with you in mind. Re-coded from the ground up, V6 carries on the proud All-In-One tradition by living up to its name as a single, comprehensive program. The predictive power and in-depth reports that are the hallmark of the All-In-One experience have now been enhanced by a...
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The Backstretch is a soul-searching, revealing account of the authors first ten years of handicapping horses (and other pari-mutuel offerings). Those who have been around and involved will recognize themselves and their friends in this book; newcomers to the games will experience some eye-opening facts about playing in the adult game of watering. The book isn't a handicapping lesson but rather a life lesson that is ongoing. 240 pages, paperbound, 2007.
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This set of nine reports covers a variety of subjects which should make money with its guidance and concrete methods of handicapping. A brief look at each of the reports: SYSTEMS - DO THEY WORK? - Here Meadow makes the bettor think before he invests, in mail-order gimmicks that promise riches but usually wind up in the bottom of a canary cage. Directs the reader to several legitimate individuals who analyze systems and identifies some who have produced overblown methods for their own profit....
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Unite knows claiming horses. He knows that they don't conform to the usual tenets of classical handicapping. To prove it, he immediately points to a statistic that claiming races for three-year-olds and four-year-olds are won only by the favorite far less than the usual 33 percent. That means favorites in these race aren't just vulnerable - they're usually downright false. You'll learn how to combine the time-honored principles of speed, class and form in such a way that will...
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Subtitled 'A Complete Study of and Exercise in Making Profits at Pick 3's and Trifectas', this includes a workable betting system and advice on how to set your mind to win. These are among the most popular wagers at the track today, and this book helps get a 'handle' on how to approach them logically. 87 Pages Paperbound 1995
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Improve your results without changing your handicapping one bit. The power to turn your favorite pastime into a handsome-paying hobby or even a profession is already in your grasp. You just don't know it. And the reason you don't know it is that you're too busy trying to tinker with your handicapping without paying even the scarcest attention to your betting strategy and money management. How many times have you heard it said or even said it yourself: "I'd do a lot better if I only knew...
DAILY RACING FORM
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The long-awaited study on how to adjust handicapping skills to the new surfaces, this book covers questions about the impact of the new surface (designed to cut down on the number of injured horses) that have yet to be answered. Finley believes the surface is here to stay. In a dozen chapters, he discusses track bias, which sires are likely to have offspring that will benefit, the switch from dirt to synthetic and vice versa, exactly what polypropylene is and what is the future of the...
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Subtitled 'A Professional Horseplayer's Life in Thoroughbred Racing'. Heavily influenced by the works of Andy Beyer, Betting with An Edge is a handicapping book for the 21st century, with advice on how to use modern tools to improve your game, and how to take trip and bias notes that will help you in the modern landscape. Betting with An Edge is fun, informative, and a major contribution to the canon of racing literature by a guy who's spent his entire life at the track. 286 Pgs. 2017...
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This Beyer classic shows how to make speed the focal point of an effective strategy for racetrack betting. It explains how to relate the numbers to other important factors such as pace and track bias and reveals optimal uses of the figures based on computer analysis of more than 10,000 races performed by the Daily Racing Form exclusively for this book. 238 Pgs.1993Table of ContentsThe Value of Speed FiguresProbabilities and PatternsHow Was the Figure Earned?How Will He Run Today?The...
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How DOES one learn how to identify a well-condition horse? That's the key. Fotias is the teacher: the subject is form cycle analysis. That factor AND money management are the one-two punch separating winners from losers in the long run. For those who believe pace, deceleration, velocity, feet per second, and ground loss are vital factors in handicapping a race, there's a gold mine of information awaiting you. Fotias believes it is crucial to examine each horse's last three years of...
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The author, (who previously wrote 'Out of the Red, Into the Black', a respected work on money management techniques), concentrates on three exotic jackpot bets: Pick 4, Pick 6, and Superperfecta. He tells you when the exotic is bettable (the pool must reach a certain level) because the potential reward has to constitute the risk. He also tells you how to play and how much to invest along with the mathematics involved in the wager. The book provides tables, charts, options in buying...
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For the last several decades, Steve Davidowitz - author of the best-selling handicapping classic Betting Thoroughbreds For the 21st Century - has been honing his superior handicapping and wagering skills to fine-tune a winning strategy that can be applied on racing's biggest days. From isolating key contenders to constructing crafty Superfecta or Pick 4 tickets, Davidowitz has left no stone unturned in Cashing Big on Racing's Biggest Days by providing players with a quality game plan for...
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Subtitled “No Bad Faves,” this DVD helps identify a post-time favorite who just won't run to all the hype. Yes, when the public goes way overboard on its choice and you know the horse has almost no chance of winning, you can bet any other horse in the race - or every horse other than the favorite - and make a great profit in the long-haul! The trick is to be able to quickly distinguish the legitimate favorites from the bogus ones. This fast-paced, informative and entertaining ...
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Dick Mitchell explains why exacta betting takes a combination of skills in handicapping and wagering and how you must alter your methods to take advantage of this bet. Here he alerts you to the subtleties of the bet, including the all important place-horse, the presence of vulnerable and false favorites and when the favorite is legitimate and unbeatable. DVD.
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Maiden races are inescapable, especially if you like playing serial bets such as the Pick 3, Pick 4 and Pick 6. Mitchell takes you step-by-step through his checklist strategies for prospering from maidens, including which handicapping factors to emphasize and which to ignore when dealing with maidens. It's the best of old-school wisdom from Mitchell, plus cutting-edge new techniques from the best of his disciples. 2007 DVD.
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This DVD presentation from Mitchell teaches a structured, logical and total approach for narrowing the field down to its best contenders. After that, it's time to visit each contender's record to pick out the most appropriate past-performance line to rate what that contender will do today. Regardless of your current methodology - from high-tech handicapper to old-school pencil and paper - these contender-and-paceline techniques will bring new focus and confidence to your game. In race...
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This DVD will help you structure your handicapping, simplify betting & make more money at the races with more than 2 hours of instruction. You'll learn how to cut through the maze of stats and numbers in the past performances to get straight to the heart of any race you handicap by distilling your handicapping into a manageable number of clearly defined compartments. Dick Mitchell identifies the handicapper's 'Big Four' and gives detailed instruction on how you can quickly and easily rate...
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This book was written for horseplayers who are looking for handicapping techniques to augment their own. This research, based on 200,000 races comparing age and weight carried, combines the author's "Dynamic" factor to deliver powerful results and a way to quantify pace. The result is a precise valuation of a horse's capacity to race, and provides a surprising difference from the speed figures provided by popular services. You’ll see how to contrast ratings, assess bias, exploit workouts – all...
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Though born in Colorado and raised in Utah, Jack Dempsey was hardened in the rough-and-tumble mining camps of Nevada where he literally fought to eat. After winning the world heavyweight championship in 1919, a title he held until 1926, he became the greatest drawing card in sports. He fought in the first $1 million gate in 1921 against French war hero Georges Carpentier and the first $2 million gate in 1927 against Gene Tunney in the famous long-count fight. He lost his fortune in the stock...
PACE APPRAISER RESEARCH CO.
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The author states that pace makes a race ONLY when horses are of equal talent and when they are not, the winner will come from studying older pace lines and applying his formulae to uncover the potential winner. This process can result in very nice overlays. 122 Pgs. 2008
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS
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A professional handicapper shares the insights, secrets, and savvy that'll lead you to profits at the track. At last, a horse racing handicapping book that is effective and easy to understand. Finding Hot Horses shows you a system that works and can lead to many profitable track outings. The author, an owner and professional handicapper, takes you step by step through a process that tells you how to spot winners that the average overlooks. 135 Pgs. 1989 ...
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DiPleco looks at a specific racing situation and makes its conclusion keyed to a database of more than 76,000 races. The book examines what handicapping factors lead to first-time starters achieving a win. What this book does is to put the situation in a question format, then provide an answer and explain what the statistics show. As we all know, first-time starters can be highly profitable, yet quite deceptive, and therefore difficult to handicap. For example, Seabiscuit didn't win until his...
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Although the story of Funny Cide's against-the-odds gallop into first place in the Kentucky Derby and then again in the Triple Crown's second leg is familiar to most people, this audiobook provides an inside look at an endeavor that started out as merely "kicks for hicks." The hicks in this case--a group of middle-aged, high school cronies--were tired of being "habitually careful," so they took a chance on a horse with an undistinguished pedigree. With the help of a...
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Back in print after many years, this tough, down-to-earth guide to handicapping horses has been sought after by many handicappers. Jones was a public handicapper for one of the West's largest newspapers where he consistently led the field in predictions. He holds the record for the most winners ever picked in one season at Santa Anita and Oak Tree. In his book, he details how he beats the races and produces more winners paying more money than most think possible. The book is divided into two...
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Home of the greatest jockeys of all time were slaves and sons of slaves. They rode to victory in all the major stakes races (including the first Kentucky Derby) until their names were practically erased from history. This book brings them back to life. Men like 'Honest Ike' Murphy, Abe Hawkins, Willie Simms, Austin Curtis, and dozens more. The book contains a useful bibliography, is indexed and illustrated. 380 pages, hardbound, 1999.
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In a book that has stood the test of time, Weiss includes almost two dozen sections for the somewhat advanced player looking to sharpen his or her skills. He discusses areas like the importance of box position; when greyhounds drop in class; the importance of the corner call; the break; the time factor; moving up a grade; front runners; class dogs going bad; improvement; utilizing replays; and money management. Includes an analysis of dogs with specific characteristics, which impact whether...