Picking Winners: A Horseplayer's Guide
A classic guide to handicap strategies in the field of thoroughbred racing
Just as football evolved with the introduction of the forward pass and basketball with the development of the jump shot, so too was handicapping forever changed by the use of speed figures—and it all started with Andrew Beyer. With a foreword discussing the changes that have swept horse racing since the book's original publication in 1975,Picking Winners is essential reading both for serious horseplayers and curious amateurs.
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When this book first came out it revolutionized the sport of horse race handicapping with its clear methodical and empirical way to rate past performances on any track against any company. Known as ... Read full review