Overlay, overlay: how to bet horses like a pro : Angel Cordero, Jr., Woody Stephens, P.G. Johnson, and Richard Migliore share their handicapping secrets
OVERLAYS -- horses who will pay more than they should -- are what every horseplayer seeks. They are the key to making money at the racetrack. East Coast handicapper Bill Heller has taken his 17 years of experience at the track and written Overlay, Overlay to help you increase your profits at the track. No elaborate point systems or crazy gimmicks, just sound handicapping advice that can be used at any racetrack in the country.
Besides Heller's own expert advice, some of the biggest names in racing share their own handicapping secrets:
What is the relative importance of speed, class, and form? Why is it important to read a horse's past performance lines from the bottom to the top? What is the key to betting maiden races? Heller answers these and other questions so you can accurately analyze a race and determine which horses are overlays, and which overlays can beat the favorites and make you a winner. Using dozens of actual races as examples, Overlay, Overlay will be useful for all bettors, regardless of their betting sophistication.
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Vincent Reo, Finding Hot Horses (Bonus, 1993) Bill Heller, Overlay, Overlay: How to Bet Horse Like a Pro (Bonus, 1990) Bob McKnight, Eliminate the Losers (Citadel, 1962) Before the Breeders' Cup this ... Read full review
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