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Betting Thoroughbreds: A Professional's Guide for the Horseplayer


Totally revised and expanded to cover the newest forms of wagering and the latest handicapping theories, with examples of how to apply them, this book proves that the key to winning at the track is not in one all-powerful secret, but involves using the right tools at the right time.

Reviewer: Kristin Slape (see more about me) from Hammond, in United States
This is one of the best handicapping books I have ever read and I have read just about every one...it's not full of get rich quick strategies...just solid handicapping education by someone who has the experience and it shows in the book. I'd recommend this one coupled with Tom Ainslie's book.


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Category: Horses: Book
Title: Betting Thoroughbreds: A Professional's Guide for the Horseplayer
URL: http://www.livestock-directory.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0452270421/ref=ase_livestockdire-20/102-8161088-0367353?v=glance&s=books
Released Date: April 1997
Cost: $12.60
List Price: $18.00
Pages: 368 pages
Edition: Paperback, 2nd edition
ISBN: 0452270421
Publisher: Plume
Author: Steve Davidowitz, Andrew Beyer
Keywords: horses, horse racing, horse betting, betting on horse racing
Summary: Totally revised and expanded to cover the newest forms of wagering and the latest handicapping theories, with examples of how to apply them, this book proves that the key to winning at the track is not in one all-powerful secret, but involves using the right tools at the right time.
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Totally revised and expanded to cover the newest forms of wagering and the latest handicapping theories, with examples of how to apply them, this book proves that the key to winning at the track is not in one all-powerful secret, but involves using the right tools at the right time.

Reviewer: Kristin Slape (see more about me) from Hammond, in United States
This is one of the best handicapping books I have ever read and I have read just about every one...it's not full of get rich quick strategies...just solid handicapping education by someone who has the experience and it shows in the book. I'd recommend this one coupled with Tom Ainslie's book.