Dick Mitchell The advent of full-card multi-
track simulcasting has shifted the emphasis away from
handicapping and picking the winner and toward investing
and picking your spots. Gone are the days of spending
hours splitting hairs over the contenders in a given
race. Now, you must find a way to quickly pick your spots
and then make the proper investment in a matter of
minutes - dozens of times a day! it's not easy - at least
not until you read Mitchell's dynamite quick-and-dirty
met6hods for conquering the permanent reality of mulit-
track wagering. 255 pages, softcover.
Pro Rated Longshots Plus takes Dan Geer's time-tested
longshot selection method into the next Millennium. Exotic
wagering use, specifically exactas and trifectas, is
explained in detail. Ideal for the simulcast attendee....
Ray Taulbot's books are classics of handicapping
literature. In the 1950s, he had already laid the
foundation for what others are only now discovering. This
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that automatically eliminate...
West-coast handicapping expert Brad Free adds a
new light to today's modern handicapping era by
evaluating speed and pace analysis, handicapping betting
theories, and the psychology of winning. In Handicapping
101 the handicapper is ta...
THE MULTIPLE FACTOR RATING METHOD is a mathematical
process that selects the probable winner in a horse race
assigning to each entry a positive numerical value based
four basic handicapping factors: Class, Speed, Win
What makes a Kentucky Derby among the best of all time?
Secretariat’s record-setting effort? Regret’s achievement
as the first filly to win the vaunted classic, or
legendary jockey Bill Shoemaker’s misjudgment of the
finish line that cost his...
Full Card Winning Selections for all three Triple Crown
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