While there are many handicapping tools for horseplayers, one of the most rewarding is pedigree handicapping. Even players who do not know much about pedigrees now realize it is an essential part of the game, whether it is part of betting exotics, e.g., the Pick Three, Pick Four and Pick Six, or in lucrative handicapping tournaments. In this book, Lauren Stich, who is the pedigree handicapping columnnist for Daily Racing Form, reveals how evaluating a horses bloodlines is most commonly used in maiden special weight races, but this book will point out the many areas where pedigree handicapping has proven to be a powerful tool. 203 pages, softcover
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