Bill Heller, one of the nation's top turf-racing handicappers and authors, provides invaluable advice on how to successfully meet the challenge of wagering on grass racing. Heller explains why some horses handle turf better than others, which jockeys and trainers excel on the turf, and supplies a comprehensive list of the best grass sire and dams. He discusses the importance of post position, the relevance of two turf courses at one track, and how to decipher which horses will perform well in their grass debuts. In addition, Heller discusses the popular Tomlinson Ratings provided by Daily Racing Form and helps the reader decipher which contenders are specifically bred to handle the turf. 150 pages, softcover
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