A concise and powerful strategy focusing on taking calculated risks and eliminating lame horses to reveals the short list of potential winners—where the profit in a horse race can be found.
Readers learn how to analyze the real factors that influence a race and eliminate horses that have little chance of winning—narrowing the short list of winners and immediately increasing a bettor’s chances of cashing tickets. James Hillis shows which races are difficult to predict, and likewise, the races that can best be handicapped and where the profit can be found. Packed with sage advice, this book reveals more than fifty key factors for beating the horses and the key secrets the author has track-tested for decades.
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About the Author
James Hillis is a longtime horseracing handicapper who has compiled the lifetime of his winning secrets into The Art and Science of Picking Winning Horses.