HIDDEN PROBABILITIES: HARD-CORE RESEARCH FOR X-RATED HORSEPLAYERS
Mark Cramer is on a mission to expose racing’s naked
truth to you. While everybody else recites and memorizes
cliches based on races and data that are decades old, Cramer
thinks you deserve better. He offers fresh and current
research with results in percentages and probabilities that
are meaningful to you. These important, hard-to-find tidbits
of profitable data Cramer himself has identified, tested and
Besides unraveling the ancient mystery of second-
time starters, Cramer reveals the fundamental dynamics of
the class factor, blasting away the popular notions. He also
presents alarming evidence about speed figures and what to
do about them, and bares a surprising truth about the
trainer factor. Classical handicapping does not work for
chaos racing, and Cramer wants to free you, the handicapper,
from numerous and destructive old myths.
Hidden Probabilities: Hard-Core Research for X-Rated
Horseplayers provides an up-to-date pedigree study that
gives you super wet-track sire lines to look out for, big-
win repeaters, high-win-percentage horses, in-the-money
finishers, longshots and their trainers and much more. Not
only will you have clear, precise examples for applying
these hidden probabilities and turning them into winning
mutuels but you will also benefit from Cramer’s classic,
patented, straightforward and easy-to-understand guidelines.
Softcover, 59 pages.
The third edition of the most complete and comprehensive
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