HANDICAPPING TRAINERS: In Search of the Long Shot Winner
by John Whitaker.
Along with pedigree handicapping, trainer handicapping may be one of the last frontiers for smart players who are seeking a real edge. This book is a fascinating study of trainers and their patterns, an often misunderstood but enormously profitable handicapping concept. Discusses in detail how to keep records on both trainers and trainer-jockey combos. Intended to help the horseplayer understand the trends and tipoffs to a trainer's intent in order to tab those potential winning efforts and boxcar profits at their local track. 152 pages, softcover
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