Betting Thoroughbreds: A Professional's Guide for the Horseplayer

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Penguin Group USA, Apr 1, 1997 - Games - 368 pages
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This totally revised and updated edition of 'Betting thoroughbreds' is greatly expanded from the original, which introduced thousands of horseplayers to the importance of trainer patterns, key races, and track bias. Known as the 'sourcebook' to serious handicappers, Steven Davidowitz's famous guide now features ground-breaking chapters on pace analysis; innovative approaches to handicapping, claiming, and allowance races at major and minor tracks; new ways to use workout and breeding information; and successful strategies for simulcast betting and all forms of exotic wagering, including the Pick Six.

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Contents

The Horseplayers Bible
12
The Money Tree
39
Whos Hot and Whos
58
Copyright

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