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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Author Archives: Gerald Cohail
I have received numerous emails over the past five or six weeks from folks wanting to know when my second book is coming out, if new blog posts will be forthcoming, wishing me a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year, … Continue reading
There are three types of workouts listed in the past performance records of horses: breezing (B), handily (H) and driving (D). Breezing means the horse was under no pressure at all and was not running near top speed. Handily means … Continue reading
Many racetracks have rules and regulations with regard to workouts. First-time starters and horses returning to racing after a long layoff are often required to have a set number of timed works before they are allowed to race. In addition, … Continue reading
Any trainer can send out a horse capable of winning a race, but most of the time they are just as clueless as to which horse will win a race as you or I. Dick Mitchell said it best when … Continue reading