Turf races are a blast to watch, and they're even more exciting when you collect nice prices on them. This outstanding DVD presentation you'll understand and cash in on grass racing like never before.
It all begins with your outlook. Dirt and turf are as different as Venus and Mars. You simply can't apply your main-track handicapping techniques and expect them to flourish on the grass. Doesn't happen.
Watch and learn as Mr. Dick Mitchell explains the major differences between dirt and turf and how you can change your game on turf to get the results you deserve. Find out which parts of speed-and-pace handicapping work best for grass races. Learn how to turn first-time-on-the-grass runners and foreign invaders into tasty win mutuels and even tastier exacta returns.
You'll also make the most of our professional staff's current research into which turf-pedigree plays are paying the best dividends right now and, even more important, which sires are vastly overrated. Be privy to fantastic trainer angles on the grass so that the predictable longshots on the turf don't escape you. Finally, learn how to tailor your pace-and-speed outlook — or even the output of your favorite handicapping software — to take advantage of the unique dynamics in play on the grass. One terrific new approach will mean countless hours of turf enjoyment and profits for you.
Includes bonus coverage on which main-track 2-year-olds are likely to take to first-time route-racing with winning results
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