Allowance and stakes races on the main track are among the most formful. But if you're thinking that means small mutuels from big-money races, think again.
Winning the Nonclaiming Race shows you how to turn these highly predictable contests into solid coverage for your high-flying serial bets. In addition, you'll learn how to capitalize on fully qualified contenders who nevertheless get away at pretty good prices: mid-priced, nonfavored overlays await in the win pool!
It all starts with classic nonclaiming race instruction from Mr. Dick Mitchell. He explains which two of the 'Big Four' handicapping criteria deserve the most emphasis in nonclaiming races on dirt. He then shows you how to gauge each contender against these two vital criteria. You'll be able to cut to the true contention in any nonclaiming race in no time.
After that, the Cynthia Publishing Company professional staff shares its latest research findings and contemporary tricks on prospering from nonclaiming races. Discover how to make steady profits from the concept of 'Dual Profile-Fitters.' This devilishly simple technique can be exploited by conservative, two-horse-a-race bettors as well as by more courageous one-horse backers. You'll also find a quick-and-dirty way to use these profile-fitters for efficient coverage in all your serial wagers: doubles, pick 3s, pick 4s and more.
Finally, there's bonus topical coverage on 'Long-Range Longshots: An Updated Look.' This fast-paced presentation digs into four recurring race-type longshot scenarios as well as three individual-horse paradigms you can go to when you need to make it rain in a 'Hail Mary' situation. Rounding out the discussion is the identification of the leading New York and Southern California circuit trainers specializing in these patterns.
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