FAST TRACK TO WINNING
RATED AN "8 1/2" OUT OF 10 BY PHILLIPS RACING NEWSLETTER
Handicapping is a challenging game. Simply spending hours handicapping does not guarantee you will be a consistent winner at the track. While classic handicapping methods do pick winners, the problem is most handicappers use the same information in the past performances, so it is hard to get good prices to make steady profits with these methods.
Handicappers tend to focus too much on the "numbers behind the horse" – speed figures, class ratings, pace figures, etc. They try to reduce a horse to a number and this exercise can be inconsistent and unreliable. There is an endless supply of racing data available today and this causes handicappers to get lost in all the information and invariably overlook the most important person at the track, the trainer.
The trainer is the "brains" behind the horse. The horse can only be as good as the trainer teaches it to be. For this reason, the past performances should not only be used to determine the horse's ability, but should also be used to evaluate the trainer's ability, habits and techniques used to win.
"Fast Track To Winning" is a mechanical system that focuses on the trainer's strengths to identify logical horses that are ready to win. Knowing how to spot the trainer's strengths and use them to your advantage will set you apart from the majority of handicappers that regularly lose at the track.
"Fast Track To Winning" consists of three quick steps and takes less than five minutes to handicap a race. You will quickly and easily find winning plays in less than the time between races – it is perfect for multi-track play. Everything you need to win with this system is found in any past performances.
Every race, except races with too many first time starters, is playable with this automated system. It does not matter the class, the distance or the track surface, the majority of races are playable. You will get lots of action and plenty of winners with "Fast Track To Winning".
"Fast Track To Winning" is:
The system is presented in an easy to follow, step-by-step format with seven winning races reviewed in detail to ensure you fully understand the system before you go to the track.
Absolutely no judgment calls are required with this automatic system. Everyone that uses it will arrive at the same selection.
Since most handicappers play on the weekend, we randomly selected one weekend in October and used the system at 16 tracks across the US and Canada – Belmont, Charlestown, Delaware Park, Finger Lakes, Fort Erie, Gulfstream Park West, Hawthorne, Indiana Grand, Keeneland, Laurel, Mountaineer, Parx, Remington, Santa Anita, Thistledown and Woodbine. The seven winners reviewed in the race examples paid between $13.40 and $29.80 with the average winner paying $21.09. That's almost 10/1!
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