The Winning Horseplayer: An Advanced Approach to Thoroughbred Handicapping and Betting

by Andrew Beyer

In The Winning Horseplayer, Andrew Beyer builds on the strategy of speed handicapping that he detailed brilliantly in Picking Winners by introducing the concept of trip handicapping. Through an unbeatable combination of case studies and lively anecdotes, Beyer shows the smart bettor how to combine past performance data with an understanding of trips, track bias, and pace. This advanced guide to handicapping, which includes a new preface by the author, offers a generous dose of the wit and wisdom that have made Beyer a legend in the sport.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-13/ EAN: 9780618871780
  • ISBN-10: 0618871780
  • Pages: 208
  • Publication Date: 04/04/2007
  • Carton Quantity: 24

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  • About the Book
    In The Winning Horseplayer, Andrew Beyer builds on the strategy of speed handicapping that he detailed brilliantly in Picking Winners by introducing the concept of trip handicapping. Through an unbeatable combination of case studies and lively anecdotes, Beyer shows the smart bettor how to combine past performance data with an understanding of trips, track bias, and pace. This advanced guide to handicapping, which includes a new preface by the author, offers a generous dose of the wit and wisdom that have made Beyer a legend in the sport.

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    "This exuberant memoir will delight the hearts, improve the minds, and fatten the bankrolls of horseplayers everywhere." –Tom Ainslie

    "Andy Beyer goes to the races for all of us. Reading his book is like winning the exacta." -Jim Murray, Los Angeles Times

    "My $50000 Year at the races is an entertaining odyssey through the land of the handicapper. Andrew Beyer’s approach to the arcane art of selecting winners makes for fascinating reading. His expertise is obvious, even to the layman, but he does not conceal the central thrust of the book- how to pick a winner- behind a façade of technical verbiage, This is good reading, start to finish." –Joe Hirsch

    "Horseplayers should forget today’s daily double, exacta, and triple- and put their money on this sure winner." –Bill Surface, author of The Track
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