Betting the Kentucky Derby: How to Wager & Win on America's Biggest Horse Race
The first Saturday in May offers one the biggest and most
popular days for both wagering and watching American
Thoroughbred racing. There is over 80 million dollars
wagered on the Kentucky Derby itself, and nearly 123
million on the entire racing card. How much of this
betting pool would you like to take home? Now for the
first time, there's a book completely geared for playing
and handicapping America's biggest horse race and making
those once-in-a-lifetime horse racing jackpots a reality.
Keppler's Betting the Kentucky Derby: How to Wager and
Win on America's Biggest Horse Race deals with all of the
fundamentals involved in successfully preparing for and
wagering on racing's giant day. Unlike the thousands of
amateur bettors playing lucky names and numbers on the
Kentucky Derby the bettor finds himself or herself
confidently armed and prepared for a complete assault at
the betting windows.
Keppler explains how the use of Beyer Speed figures,
Tomlinson Ratings, pedigree, workouts and capitalizing on
certain top-notch jockey and trainer combinations
frequently lands you on the horses fit and ready to win
the big dance. With millions of dollars floating around
in the betting pools the author explains how to best put
together intra-race (trifecta, superfecta) and multi-race
(Pick 3, 4 & 6) betting tickets and other exotic wagering
money management techniques that will undoubtedly
drastically increase your chances of bringing home a
In addition you'll uncover the prep races, examine the
past performances and racing charts from past winners,
and begin to understand the Kentucky Derby winning
profile. Most importantly you'll be light years ahead of
the public masses when selecting and betting on Derby-
day. Grab your mint julep, lean back, and enjoy the ride
to the winner's circle!
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