How To Win At Horseracing

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Cardoza, May 1, 1994 - Games - 208 pages
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One of the best books ever written on horseracing, Rowe's original research spans 45 years and shows how to play and beat the track, spot hot and cold horses from betting trends, analyze and play winning favorites, bet-downs and profitable exactas, evaluate trainers, jockeys, stable entries, make your own odds-line, more! Written in Rowe's personal style and jam-packed with 27 chapters, 93 tables/charts. Ainslee says, "{his} selection method is by far the simplest and most sensible..." Includes 93 charts and illustrations.

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Robert Rowe is Associate Professor of Music at New York University.

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