The Horseplayer’s Complete Guide to the Internet
By George Kaywood
114 Pages; plus bonus disk
HANDICAPPING IN CYBERSPACE is the first and only book to show players how and where to find a world of valuable information on the Internet. It lists hundreds of horseracing sites on the Internet. It also illustrates how handicapping is being transformed by the Internet and how you can profit from it.
Handicapping in Cyberspace will add power to your handicapping. You’ll discover a universe of information, most of it FREE. Handicappers will find great racing information. Owners and trainers worldwide use the book to learn where to get all the info they need (even condition books on-line) FAST. Racetrack and racing-related businesses use it to look up where to find most up-to-date news and information in the business.
A Dynamic Reference Book
HANDICAPPING IN CYBERSPACE is a hands-on manual, listing hundreds of places to get the racing information you want. Each Internet racing site address is accompanied by a detailed description of what you’ll find there:
All racetrack Internet sites in the U.S. and Canada with their features, including EXACT addresses for entries, results, and stats
Newsgroups dedicated to racing
Track and racing information from : Australia, Hong Kong, South Africa, The United Kingdom, Germany, Holland, Japan, Italy, Argentina, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland
Publications, News, and Information sites - U.S. and International
The Derby List: the largest FREE daily news and information service by and for handicappers on the Internet
Breeding & Pedigree Information
Online Information Providers on the Internet (Print out just the races you want to play!)
A Cyberspace Handicapping Session
Sources for more than 700 racing and wagering-related pages on the 'Net
Odds and ends ranging from the Breeders' Cup to trainers with their own web sites who will answer your questions about racing and training
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