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
Consistency and Jockey. After the entire field is rated,
racing analyst may, if he wishes, compose a price line
determine whether the top-rated entry is a profitable
betting risk (i.e. an overlay). Constructing a price line
well as the most effective use of the Multiple Factor
Method will be explained after the basic procedure is
The third edition of the most complete and comprehensive
guide to handicapping and understanding Thoroughbred racing.
Author Tom Ainslie shows how any handicapper can
improve their results by taking advantage of new technology
This 1978 classic chronicles Andy Beyer's year of
professional handicapping at four tracks: Gulfstream,
Pimlico, Saratoga and the Barrington Fair. When it was
over, Beyer had amassed a profit of $50,664. This lively
account of th...
Pace handicapping has been used by professional
handicappers for decades because pace ratings tell them
something that speed sheets and final times can't-which
horses will fade, and which can carry on to win. Ray
Taulbot's Pace Calculator has...
After reading this one-of-a-kind book, you have a better
chance of doing just that. Do you know to compare
"breezing" workouts with horses that work "handily"? Do
you know the tracks that play games with workout reports
and those that are on ...
Author Dave Feldman-turf writer for the Chicago
Sun Times-draws from his years of experience at the track
to weave numerous tales into one of the truly great
compendiums of race track humor. Feldman has done it all,
seen it all, won it...
Beyer builds on the strategy of speed handicapping that he
detailed in Picking Winners with the introduction of
trip handicapping. Beyer shows the smart bettor how to
combine past performance with trips, track bias, and pace.
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 ground....
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...
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