QUICK & DIRTY GUIDE TO TRAINER SUBTLETIES-NEW YORK
Brought to you by Cynthia Publishing, insider information you can use! These new guies are your handbook to spotting the telltale signs of each trainer. Top trainers from both boasts have been put under a microscope to see beyond the simple statistics. Find out their weaknesses, their strengths, where they do their best work and learn power angles that will give you an edge over the average betting public. And we've added to the usefulness of the reference aspect of this year's edition. Our new QuickAngle box reveals a trainer's handful of best moves — in one glance. Use these new QuickAngles for your preliminary handicapping, and when it's time to get in-depth and serious, put our exclusive Power Angles to work for you so you can finish the job!
Finally, a brand-new Prices Page identifies the New York circuit's 12 absolute best upset-minded trainers, the ones you can definitely count on year-in and year-out to produce at least a handful of shockers during the season.
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In May the Horse Be With You: Pack at the Track,
Harvey Pack reflects on over a half century of
racing’s most memorable people, places, and moments. From
his seat in the grandstand as a childhood fan, to his
decades of dedicated work b...
Mark Cramer's fictional masterpiece confronts one
of the greatest quandaries in racing: Why so many
talented handicappers inevitably underachieve when it
comes to putting their money on the line. Scared Money
explores the notion of bui...
Pace handicapping has been used by professional
handicappers for decades because pace ratings tell them
something that speed sheets and final times can't-which
horses will fade, and which can carry on to win. Ray
Taulbot's Pace Calculator has...
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...
Bill Heller, the winner of the 1997 Eclipse Award
for Outstanding Magazine Writing, disdains systems,
charts, and graphs for simple analysis to present his
most valuuable handicapping book yet. In TURF
OVERLAY$, the author of th...
As every serious thoroughbred handicapper knows, judging a
horse's "form cycle" correctly can improve the results at
the betting window. This book answers one of the most
difficult questions in racing--is the horse ready to run
Fix Six is a racy farce about a small-time professional
gambler whose plans to go straight must take an
unfortunate detour when his misfit college buddies land
him in an overly ambitious race-fixing scheme that goes
horribly — and hystericall...