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: August 2013
The most important skill a handicapper can acquire is the capacity to determine which horse or horses will set or force the early pace of a race because horses that get or stalk the lead at the first call win … Continue reading
It does not matter whether you are handicapping a major stakes race at Saratoga or a $1500 claiming event at Portland Meadows, one thing is certain. Pace makes the race. That became abundantly clear to me when I attended a … Continue reading
In 2012, D. Wayne Lucas was talking to reporters before the Kentucky Derby. When asked about Beyer Speed Figures, Lucas said, “Throw ’em out. They’re as obsolete as high-button shoes. If you go by the Beyer numbers, you’re never going … Continue reading
I touched briefly upon track variants yesterday, but I feel it is important to delve into the subject a bit further. Many handicappers are convinced that it is necessary to adjust the running times and/or speed ratings of a horse … Continue reading