In 2010, the favorite won 36.7% of all races run in North America at average odds of 6/5. So, if you had wagered on every favorite that ran that year you would have lost $385.20 per 1,000 races. There is a better way, and this is it. This book will show you how he manages to do so.
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Monthly Archives: April 2013
Year after year, between eighty-eight and ninety percent of all winners are found within the top five public picks, and horses that have final odds above twenty-four-to-one seldom win. The total percentages on theses charts exceed one hundred because rounded … Continue reading
Most people who venture to Louisville for the Kentucky Derby do so for the festivities, not because they hope to make money. These folks are heavily influenced by the media hype surrounding the race as the on-camera “experts” expound upon … Continue reading
I recently subscribed to a free email newsletter published by Wunderdog-Picks. Included in the newsletter are free horse racing selections for one race each day. The first ten picks I received were for Aqueduct, just outside New York City. The … Continue reading
I did a little more exploring at the website, Willies Workouts, and discovered that The Long Shot Rater and The Ladder Handicapping System were created by “Bill Peterson (pseudonym).” So, if Dr. William F. True and Bill Peterson are both … Continue reading