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Horseracing Handicappers' Website: Free Handicapping Newsletters, Insights, Free Picks, And Free Handicapping Tips


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Welcome!down to the wire

The Main Focus of this website, which I call the Horseracing Handicappers' Website is to expose what really makes horses win races! No, I'm not talking about speed figures and in-the-money finishes. I'm talking about pace shapes, moves-within-a-race and internal fractions comparison. Do you use these handicapping factors?...

There are a lot of ways people handicap the horses and yet few can say they are in the black at the end of any period of time, say 3 months, 6 months or a year. Why? Well first of all, most races are complex puzzles that need individual solutions. What works for one race may not work real well for the next.

Following you will find lots of tips and suggestions offered about handicapping, many of which will open your eyes to the reality that there are situations that exist that provide high-percentage success rates.....


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For Starters Here are some Insights based on 30 years of Serious Study on How to Truly Make Money Playing the Thoroughbreds

Tip #1. - Identify the Pace Matchup for each and every field.

One of the most important and yet least understood and utilized techniques in handicapping is identifying the running style for each horse in the field. Every horse in every race has one of 4 distinct running styles.....

1.) Early (E) speed type that wants and needs the lead.

2.) Early presser (EP) that can either go on top or sit
     1 to 3 lengths off the pace.

3.) Presser (P) that doesn't want the lead, but stays in
     contact with the field, usually running 4 to 6 lengths
     back.

4.) Sustained (S) run closer that likes to run way off the
     pace and make a late rally.

It is of critical importance to matchup those running styles in every race to see which horse or horses have the right running style to succeed today!

Tip #2. - Understand which running styles are best suited for which kinds of races.

Sprint races without a doubt favor early speed. Most winners of sprint races are within 2 to 3 lengths of the lead at one or both of the first two call points. Therefore, stone-cold closers desperately need enough early speed in the race to create the right pace for them to successfully make their late charge. And of course, if you have a matchup in which there is a lone early speed horse, even if it has not held up lately that horse has a better than even chance to go all the way on top, often at a good price.

Tip #3. - To make money at this game, you need to know when to pass.

The primary reason why people lose money at this game is that they play too many races. In order to succeed, you have to be ultra-selective and play the waiting game. You must wait out the right matchups that will give you the best chances of making money. As surely as the sun will rise each day, there will be prime opportunities that will come along just as regularly.

Tip #4. - To make money at this game, you need to know how to wager.

As simple as it sounds, this is a major stumbling block for most players. They simply don't know how to construct the best wagers for the situation at hand. You should know when to make win wagers and when and how to make the right exotic wagers.

Tip #5. - You need to make only value plays.

The way to stay ahead and maintain a positive ROI (return on investment) is to demand value regardless of the play, be it win or exotic wagering. No matter how much you like a horse, it should be played only if it presents value. Value, simply put, is a payoff of greater odds than your morning line odds. I said your morning line odds, not the track handicapper's. And that can include playing a horse at a short price that you love on top in an exacta with one or more contenders... if the probable exacta wager payoff(s) shows enough value.

Tip #6. - You need an approach to handicapping that is consistent and proven to work.

The only way you are going to succeed at this game is to have an understanging of "what makes horses win races" and an exact handicapping process that produces results that you can duplicate each and every time you find a race that appears playable. You can add to these requirements self-control, which is necessary when you need to pass a race when the matchup does not present enough value to justify the risk you take by placing a wager.


General Handicapping Tips

  Determine if a race is playable or if you should "pass."

There are certain "signposts" and "signals" that are posted conspicuously in every race that tell us when to play and when to pass.

  Determine if there is enough value in any race to warrant a
      wager.

Understand the relationship among morning line odds, projected odds and post time odds and you will understand how to instantly spot a value play, which is the only situation you should risk your money on.

  Determine the running styles of every horse in a given race and
      know which have the advantage in any given situation.

You should label each horse with its particular running style to correctly matchup the field.

  Determine what the pace shape is of any race.

You should label the pace shape of each race to project how the race will be run. How many of each running style are there in this matchup?

  Determine what the race shape is of any race.

There are 4 race shapes: fast, lone early, honest, and slow. You should see how the 4 running styles match up against one another in each.

  Determine which running styles will have the advantage in any
      matchup.

Examine the running styles, pace shape and race shape of any race and you will see which horses have a pace advantage and which are at a distinct disadvantage.

  Be aware of what the main reason is for favorites losing 67% of
      the time.

The main reason favorites lose 2 out of every 3 races is not because of class hikes or inferior speed figures or because they bounce.


More Handicapping Tips

  Determine which horses are the true contenders.

You have to be able to "whittle" down every field to a maximum of 3 or 4 contenders or it's an immediate no-play situation. A short series of techniques will tell you quickly if you should continue the handicapping process.

  Determine which horses are the pretenders of any matchup.

It's a pretty easy and quick process to eliminate "dead wood" from any field. You just need to know which key elements to look for, and you will quickly separate the contenders from the pretenders or also-rans.

  Know how to determine actual class for any horse.

There is a simple numeric number that can be quickly calculated for every horse in the field that will give you a complete picture of real class comparison. A simple calculator and the 60-20-10 method will give you a close look at the true class of each horse in the field.

  Know how to maintain a healthy ROI even if at times you
      connect on only one of every 4 or 5 races you play.

The only way to maintain a healthy ROI is to know which races to play and which races to pass. A short list of things to look for will tell you when to do either.

  Know when a horse is properly conditioned to run his best race
      today.

There are simple tipoffs that reveal if a horse has been properly conditioned to run his best race today.

  Know how to properly use the Beyer speed figures located in
      the Daily Racing Form.

Those numbers to the immediate left of each horse's running lines in the Daily Racing Form are great tools...if you know how to use them. Are they the "be all and end all" to the handicapping process? Of course not, no one factor is, but I'll tell you this, correct utilization of them can be extremely rewarding. Can you find situations in which underlay Beyer speed figures are at an advantage? Yes with a capital Y.

  Be one of a tiny fraction of players who know how to use the
      "invisible" Beyer speed figures.

This is an amazing, needs-to-be-seen technique that is completely unused by 99% of all players that points out a regular stream of winning overlay plays that are visible to only those in the know.


And More Handicapping Tips

  Know what the "bounce" theory is and when it pertains to a
      horse in today's race.

Does the "bounce" theory have any credibility? Yes, it sure does, but you need to know when a horse is most likely to bounce off a top effort and when he is most likely to continue on with an equal or better effort in his next outing. This is an extremely valuable handicapping tool that is completely misunderstood by John Q. Public.

When Artax ran his huge lifetime best effort in his prep race for the Breeder's Cup Championship Sprint, in which he beat a long-standing record for six-furlongs at Belmont Park, 99% of bounce theorists believed he would "bounce" through the ceiling. He ran an extremely rare Beyer Speed figure of 123 and after having run the same outstanding figure previously in 1999, he did indeed bounce. That's why so many handicappers were amazed and puzzled that he didn't bounce in the Breeder's Cup. As a matter of fact, astoundingly he went forward off that tremendous effort and ran a 124 in his Cup victory!

When I looked at the Daily Racing Form past performance line of Artax's prep race at Belmont, I could tell immediately that he should not bounce. I could not expect him to run even better, but I could tell by the way he ran this race, which was completely different than the previous time he ran a 123 Beyer speed figure, that he would not react negatively to such a great performance. Artax was pushed to the limit, but did win and become the Sprint Champ at an overlay payoff of $9.40. As a side note and as a testament to the greatness of Artax, I know of no other horse ever that in the same year has run three Beyer speed figures of 123 or better.

  Know the true way to locate "hidden class drops."

A truly amazing technique reveals "hidden class drops" that are totally unseen by the general public.

  Know and understand the absolutely key internal fractions
      of a given race and how to easily figure and apply them.

There are some key internal fractions that you should be looking at for every horse in every race, including the fabulous "Golden Eighth." They are simple to figure but give you a tremendous advantage over your competition.

  Know and understand Turn Times - how to figure them and
      precisely apply them.

Clear up the oft mentioned but also much misunderstood turn time calculation. Apply the one component of turn times that is omitted by most players, including good handicappers, and be able to quickly and simply figure your own accurate turn times.

  Know the most important portions of the racetrack on which
      to judge past performances, which are completely overlooked
      by most players.

There are a couple of segments of a race that the majority of players don't even look at, let alone realize the importance of. They are the places in the race where many important moves are made that signal next-out readiness.

Know the correct way to handicap turf races.

Turf racing vs. dirt racing is like baseball vs. football; 2 different games, and you have to know how to play each, the right way, in order to win. Grass racing is an entirely different entity from dirt racing and the focus of your handicapping should be on one particular segment. When you know what to look for and how to match up contenders you will accomplish 2 things; 1.) you will have no hesitation about playing turf races, and 2.) you will cash more tickets.

  Know how to determine the "speed of the speed."

It can be extremely important to separate the speed of the speed from the other early runners in any field. Mainly because if there is a dominant speed horse from among the group, while he's continuing on for the win or place spot, as a rule most if not all of the rest will not hit the board.


Even More Handicapping Tips

  Know how to spot overlays.

Overlay situations are what we should look for and how we maintain a positive ROI. Spotting them is as easy as 1-2-3.

  Know how to spot underlays.

Identifying false favorites and other underlays will greatly increase your profits.

  Discover the Profile play.

The Profile horse is a value play I discovered in 1995. It is a move-within-a-race that is made in sprint races only. The positioning and move the Profile horse makes on a particular part of the racetrack tips his hand for an improved performance in his next outing, many times resulting in a real nice payoff.

  Discover the SRE play.

The SRE play can be found in sprints and routes and is another powerful move-within-a-race I discovered in 1998. This major move is made on one of the parts of the racetrack I spoke of earlier which is totally ignored by most players, and frequently signals great next-out results.

  Discover the WIR play.

The WIR play is yet another move-within-a-race found in route races which is similar to the Profile move and it is nothing short of miraculous. As in the cases of the Profile and Wide Out plays, after making the WIR move-within-a-race, a horse at times improves his speed figure by 20 or more points in his surprise next-out win!

Discover the Wide Out play.

The Wide Out play is probably the most exciting spot play you will ever come across. Why? Because this play is completely ignored by the public and as such creates "overlay" payoffs, consistently in double digits. As with all of the other "moves-within-a-race" this play usually has inferior speed figures compared to its competition. But the move it makes sets it up for a much better next-out performance and accordingly a much better speed figure. As you go to the cashier's window after hitting a Wide Out or any of the other moves-within-a-race, you will see people scratching their heads and muttering how that horse couldn't have won the race.


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