PUT THE ODDS IN YOUR FAVOR! A+ Thoroughbred Race Handicapper represents over 15 years of research and development derived from over 250,000 races and results.
Straight win bettors should always concentrate on finding the overlays. It is always to your advantage to pick two overlays. Exotics bettors can derive many angles from the A+ output as well. Boxing, wheeling and keying the right top choices with the right overlays can pay very handsomely.
Brought to you by A+ Consulting Services Inc., a small company with a personal touch. The main output of A+ Thoroughbred Race Handicapper is the Graded Analysis Report, which lists all horses in a particular race along with power ratings and an A+ odds line. No manual data entry is necessary, and this program runs on Axcis/Trackmaster files, Brisnet single file comma delimited DRF files or TSN ProCaps files. If you find yourself with questions, e-mail assistance is constantly available as well. A+ Consulting will aid you with your inquiries.
A+ Thoroughbred is a decision support program. It is not a black box that spits out sure thing winners in every race. If you pick your spots, be patient and concentrate on overlays, you will be a step ahead of the general betting public. And remember, anything can happen in a horse race so always bet within your means.
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