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
Consistency and Jockey. After the entire field is rated,
racing analyst may, if he wishes, compose a price line
determine whether the top-rated entry is a profitable
betting risk (i.e. an overlay). Constructing a price line
well as the most effective use of the Multiple Factor
Method will be explained after the basic procedure is
Author Bill Heller achieved the unthinkable as a
public handicapper at Saratoga in 1995. In his regular
newspaper column, he started the 34-day meet with a
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to a gigantic exotic ...
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.
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Harness racing is a whole different world to the
Thoroughbred racing fan, with completely different
strategies needed. Meadowlands handicapper Dave
Brower attempts to educate new and existing fans of
the standardbred game on handicappi...
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