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Start with the workouts since raced and read the running lines from the bottom up.
Then video's, then workouts, then visual inspection on the track and then ...............................................................
Last edited by Andymays on Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:58 am, edited 1 time in total.
What I do in my handicapping is that I like to look at the horses recent form to see if their races their coming out of are productive races. I like to see if they made up alot of ground in the recent start. I look at workouts especially in maiden races and pedigrees to see if they're bred to go the routes or sprints. If horses are crying for more distance then I'd try to remember their races to see if that's what distance they need. I often like to pick horses if they're dropping in class or not. I like to look a percentages like jock/trainer combo, trainer percentages with layoff, 2nd time and first time out. That's how I do my handicapping.
- Find the 12/1 shots on the Morning Line (especially in horsemen races)
- Use the jockey agent information
believe, me on, this, these are the ways to winning,
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I have learned you can't beat the races so I bet DREAM WAGERS. It allows you to use all in the first slot of the tri and hit the pick six numerous times during the year and show off to the 3-4 people who believe that I am really betting through my runner at the Fairplex Sports Book.
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Ernie, the first thing I do is blast Ri Ri or Madge through my Beats by Dr. Dre' so I can get a good vibe going. Then I take my yellow highlighter and red pen and go through the jockey stats, very carefully. I never use past performances of the actual horses running..
When I was starting to handicap, I began to buy a few handicapping books. I bought Brad Free's Handicapping 101. It was a very useful read for me. I often sometimes read Brad's handicapping analysis in the form. I also read Bet With The Best 2 Longshots where handicappers like Beyer, Brohammer, Crist, Davidowitz, Free, Litfin, Quinn, Shuback, Stich and Watchmaker did a chapter on what they do with their handicapping. That's basically how I learned. Of course I like to hear other people's opinions on TV.
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