Some players look for "value" which means they seek a
higher payoff than could normally be anticipated. There's
nothing wrong with this concept. The problem is that
usually one's opinion as to value is purely subjective
and not based on solid...
Edited by Frank R. Scatoni, introduction by Steven Crist. In FINISHED LINES: A COLLECTION OF MEMORABLE WRITING ON THOROUGHBRED RACING, Scatoni has complied some of the best writing about the sport from the past century. From stories of ...
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...
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 handicapping these...
Commentator and host Morty Mittenthal provides a one-of-a-kind interview with one of the world's greatest jockeys of all time. With over 4 hours of inside handicapping information, Hall-of-Fame jockey Jerry Bailey offers various handicapping t...
This 1986 work by Randall S. Baron and Philip Von Borries is the first definitive quiz book and trivia guide published on America's Greatest Race. Each of the 25 chapters offers a unique look at a particular facet of the Run for the Roses. Compiled i...
Get Ready to add some brand-new methods to your longshot madness. This just-published book is based on solid, comprehensive research stemming from the characteristics and trends displayed by virtually every longshot winner in North America in 2003 - ...
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...
Got the bankroll blues? Or maybe you want to accelerate how fast your racetrack profits grow? Either way, this book can help.
It's a modern, revised edition of the late, great Dick Mitchell's 1985 classic Myths That Destroy a Horseplayer's Ba...
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...
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...
Fit And Ready Horse SELECTIONS- TIP SHEET
Established to give "horses-to-watch" fans more timely
action. American Turf Club is a weekly, eight-page
newsletter with info on ready-to-win horses from as many
as 24 racetracks. With the advent of...
Did you ever wonder what separates winning poker players
from losing ones? In this book you'll find responses to
that question through a series of interviews with eighteen
poker professionals, including Boston, Hellmuth, May,
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
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 millions watched Barbaro win the 2006 Kentucky Derby
in sweeping style, their hearts skipped a beat. Here was
a horse born to run, a horse of destiny. Not since
Secretariat had so many people anticipated the future
coronation of a Triple C...
Complete profiles of eight of America's most accomplished
and active Thoroughbred trainers revealing their systems
and techniques and identifying a unique aspect of their
successful stable operation. 208 pages, hardcover...