WORKOUTS AND MAIDENS, Inside Betting Info For Those Who Want To Win
After reading this one-of-a-kind book, you have a better
chance of doing just that. Do you know to compare
"breezing" workouts with horses that work "handily"? Do
you know the tracks that play games with workout reports
and those that are on the level? Do you know which
trainers you should bet with first-time starters and
which you should avoid?
The answers to all these questions will put dollars in
your pockets - and Vince Reo supplies these
answers. This is the first and only book to explore
exclusively and in detail two frequently overlooked
profit centers - Workouts and Maidens. It's a must
reading for anyone who cares about winning at the track.
Now you will be able to hit perfectas and trifectas that
you would have missed before.
Based on the innovative analysis of more than 11,000
races at 14 tracks across the country, you will learn all
the important elements of step-by-step handicapping and
betting strategy. And more than anything else, you will
learn how to handicap for more winners and more fun.
165 pages, softcover
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