This 1978 classic chronicles Andy Beyer's year of professional handicapping at four tracks: Gulfstream, Pimlico, Saratoga and the Barrington Fair. When it was all over, Beyer had amassed a profit of $50,664. This lively account of the ups and downs of a serious wagering campaign offers a rare look inside the world of professional handicapping. Beyer not only weaves a fascinating and often humorous narrative, but also offers a detailed analysis of the handicapping factors and wagering strategies that enabled him to show a significant profit in one year's time. For horseplayers who dream of consistently beating the races, Beyer proves that it can be done. 163 pages, softcover
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