FINDING HOT HORSES, How To Spot Winners That The Average Bettor Overlooks
At last, a handicapping book that’s effective and easy to understand! Author Vincent Reo shares the insights, secrets, and savvy that'll lead you to profits at the track. Finding Hot Horses shows you a system that works and can lead to many profitable track outings. Reo, an owner and professional handicapper, takes you step by step through a process that tells you how to spot winners that the average bettor overlooks. Topics include: Class Level: How to find classes within classes; Workouts: You’ll be surprised how many HOT horses you’ll learn to spot; Time Analysis: Use previous races to figure out the pace for upcoming races; Trainers and Jockeys: Current charts and stats tell you who’s HOT and who’s not; Video Replay: Handicapping style beyond the 90’s. Softcover, 135 pages.
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