Dean Keppler The ability of the Thoroughbred trainer and capitalizing on his or her training strengths and weaknesses has always been one of the most important handicapping factors. In Trainer Angles: Maximizing Profits Using Formulator and Advanced Trainer Stats, the author reveals how using advanced trainer analysis and the Formulator 4.1 program consistently uncovers live longshots at both minor and major racing circuits under various race conditions, surfaces, class levels, and distances.
By using the popular Formulator 4.1 software and it's advanced filter options, the author teaches the reader how to find high percentage hidden trainer patterns amongst an enormous amount of indispensable statistical data. How does Hall of Fame trainer Dwayne Lukas do with 2-year-old fillies making their second career start going from a sprint to a route? Now you'll have that answer within a few clicks of a computer mouse! In the past, it may have taken the seasoned handicapper hours of diligent paperwork and scholarly recordkeeping to uncover this information.
Finding value at the racetrack has become increasingly difficult. It's no longer enough to evaluate speed and pace figures, take tedious trip handicapping notes, and study pedigree and sire/dam statistics. Documented trainer success and intent, however, is still is one of the most valuable handicapping factors. The author shows you how to find, and most importantly, how to use this data. Deciphering Trainer/jockey combinations, evaluating a trainer's distance limitations based on past success, dirt and turf achievements, class structure, success with recent claims, Beyer Speed figures, medication, equipment changes, evaluating shippers, first time starters, and maidens are all readily available at the reader's fingertips. Softcover, 154 pages
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....
By Trillis Parker. This 195-page book is the companion
volume to the "Horses Talk" video series (see video
selections). The book is loaded with photos and illustrations
to teach the reader what to look for in a ready-to-win
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
62-page masterpiece features a powerful spot play method
that automatically eliminate...
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
Beyer builds on the strategy of speed handicapping that he
detailed in Picking Winners with the introduction of
trip handicapping. Beyer shows the smart bettor how to
combine past performance with trips, track bias, and pace.