Monthly Archives: May 2013

It’s You Against Your Competitors

Understanding yourself, knowing what works for you when it comes to horse racing, is often the key to making money from your wagering endeavors. Most people have a herd mentality, and they tend to bet on horses not because they … Continue reading

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The True Mark of a Professional Handicapper

Recent studies have shown that fifty percent of all small businesses fail within the first year; that a staggering ninety-five percent close their doors before they hit their fifth year of operation. Based on those bleak statistics, it is highly … Continue reading

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Which Horses Would You Bet On?

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Shortage of Race Horses a National Problem

Anyone who currently wagers on horse races is aware of the small field sizes currently offered at most racetracks, and  that the thoroughbred racing industry has been suffering from a shortage of horses across North America for many, many years. … Continue reading

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“Handicapping Is Hard Work…”

Bill Peterson wrote the following in an article he posted on the web in 2008. “Handicapping is hard work if you take it seriously and many of us remember Dr. Z who taught us that it was possible to find … Continue reading

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