Two months ago I began playing professionally. I thought you would be interested to know how it is going thus far. First, many of you have assumed that I have been playing every day for years. That is not true. Most of my play has been via a wagering partnership where I support the […]
How often do horses below 7/2 Win? Handicapping System: Claiming Sprints N2L Exacta Betting: Using a Tiered Approach (Part 1) To Download Complete Video and/or Audio and Play on Your Computer To Watch Online (iPad, Large Screen, Browser, etc). To Download Related Materials (PDF’s, Spreadsheets, etc.) Please leave your comments below.
This post began as a topic on The Horse Handicapping Authority Facebook page. Alan Horvath, a very accomplished handicapper that I follow on FB, asked this question: Alan Horvath Race tactics vs. long-term wagering strategy: Which is more important? I gather it depends on who we’re talking about. For example, a guy who goes to […]
This is a question from our The Horse Handicapping Authority Facebook Page. Shawn asks: “How much do you have to bet per race if $30.00 is hobbyist? What does it take to do it for a living?” Let’s work through the math. Let’s say that you are wagering $30 per race and you do that […]
As always, this week’s show addresses several important issues faced by every handicapper. “Which Speed Rating is Best?” is a common question. There is a poll for that question. Click here to see what the public thinks. Watch the show to get a better answer. In “Elim Pct: Deciding if this race is worth a play,” […]
Each week I receive many comments from handicappers all over the country who are having difficulties finding the path to their success. Recently, I spent some time looking back on some of these e-mails. In reading them I found that many of their struggles were similar to what I have experienced in my quest for […]
Dominant Pace: Horses win because of their ability to dominate some portion of a race.
It is August, 1987. I am working at a computer store in Reno as a salesman. As the story begins, I am actually on leave after having a minor but painful car accident on September 3rd. Mid-September I meet a man in a racebook who is armed with a Sharp (I think) handheld computer and […]