Monthly Archives: July 2013

Are You An Angry Horse Player?

Having the confidence that your objectives as a horse player are worth the enormous effort required to obtain them is crucial to your survival as a professional handicapper. It is not always an easy task to accomplish, but if you … Continue reading

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Emotional Whims Have No Place At The Racetrack

Deciding whether to wager on a given race is hard enough without adding emotions to the mix. If history tells you that betting races when the favorite is going to post at odds of 3/5 or less is unprofitable, then allowing your emotions … Continue reading

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Blame It On The Jockey

Yesterday, I received a Tweet from an opinionated individual which read, “If Golden Soul doesn’t win Haskell, I’m not blaming him. Once again point finger at D Stewart for using ice cold R Albarado, 10 for last 100.” I tweeted … Continue reading

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A Brief Understanding Of The Tote Board

Visit any racetrack in the country, and you will find one or more tote boards scattered about the premises. Some may be elaborate, other quite plain, but they all serve the same function. Listed on the tote board you will … Continue reading

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How To Determine Your Horse Race Handicapping Bankroll Requirements

In a previous post, titled “Horse Racing 101: Understanding Money Management,” I showed you two ways to protect your bankroll from depletion during long losing streaks. Today, I am going to show you how to determine if you have a … Continue reading

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