Betting Thoroughbreds for the 21st Century has 17 ratings and 1 review. Adrian said: Well written and thoroughly thought out look into his handicapping m. Betting Thoroughbreds has 32 ratings and 2 reviews. Known as the ‘ sourcebook’ to serious handicappers, Steven Davidowitz’s famous guide now features. Steve Davidowitz is author of “Betting Thoroughbreds,” a seminal work on handicapping that introduced the concepts of track bias, key races.
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BOOK REVIEW OF BETTING THOROUGHBREDS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Dennis Koehne rated it really liked it May getting, November 24, at 1: Newell failed to notice a major section devoted to wagering strategies that include cost saving and efficient methods to wager modest amounts.
The answer is clear….
Michael Covington rated it really liked it Apr 12, Christine Strop marked it as to-read May 25, Open Preview See a Problem? Now this 21st century version includes ways to understand and play the new synthetic surfaces and exotic wagers.
Jon rated it liked it Dec 01, Who do you have in the 5th race at Aqueduct? I need to thoroughvreds a quick story. Return to Book Page. Ashley Cooksey Shore rated it it was amazing Apr 24, She is way ahead of me for the season. Known as the ‘sourcebook’ to serious handicappers, Steven Davidowitz’s famous guide now features ground-breaking chapters on pace analysis; innovative approaches This totally revised and updated edition of Betting Thoroughbreds is greatly expanded from the original, which introduced thousands of horseplayers to the importance of trainer patterns, key races, bettnig track bias.
Betting Thoroughbreds for the 21st Century
He also looks at the tendencies of top trainers at smaller racetracks, such as Mountaineer Park in West Virginia. Elliot Jackson rated it really liked it Aug 01, The two chapters that are likely to be of particular interest to handicappers in this day and age are the ones on drug use and synthetic surfaces.
His career has included stints covering horse racing for several major newspapers. The HIT is not only a ridiculous idea, it is impossible to implement.
Betting Thoroughbreds: A Professional’s Guide for the Horseplayer by Steven Davidovitz
The dust jacket of Betting Thoroughbreds for the 21st Century has several glowing recommendations from well-known handicappers. No trivia or quizzes yet. I like your hot 64 concept for all of the reasons stated.
Ian Lozada rated it really liked it Thoroughbrwds 06, Joseph added it Nov 11, Adam marked it as to-read Mar 02, I just wish they would add HIT to their betting menu beginning in the 2nd race and ending in the 7th race. Kevin marked it as to-read Jan 08, Jennie added it Aug 04, Betting Thoroughbreds for the 21st Century by Steve Davidowitz was initially published in with revised editions brought out in, and Tracks like Gulfstream Park,Keeneland and Churchill Downs have paltry P-6 pools so the HIT would have more broad appeal especially when so many customers are getting paid back on the 3 payout system.
He believes weight is the most overrated handicapping factor and makes a solid case for calculating your own speed figures though I couldn’t figure out why Beyers wouldn’t alert any bettor to hidden class drops.
Sophie rated it it was amazing Apr 16, My wife thorroughbreds with grey horses with “cat” in their names.
Asked alot of questionsam on my fifth book. November 24, at Published September 1st by Daily Racing Form press first published He also must have missed numerous cautions in the book aimed at those players with modest bankrolls to stay away from the Pick Six. He too cites the so called missing berting Mr. The stamp your hand comment…please….
Oct 28, Adrian added it.
Betting Thoroughbreds for the 21st Century by Steve Davidowitz
Any book that has been published and then revised three times over a thirty-two year period must be providing a lot of value, or else people would not continue buying it. Ryan Hughes marked it as to-read May 25, Preview — Betting Thoroughbreds by Dagidowitz Davidovitz. Much to think about and add to my own handicapping in here. Known stevr the ‘sourcebook’ to serious handicappers, Steven Davidowitz’s famous guide now features ground-breaking chapters on pace analysis; innovative approaches to handicapping, claiming, and allowance races at major and minor tracks; new ways to use workout and breeding information; and successful strategies for simulcast betting and all forms of exotic wagering, including the Pick Six.
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I started betting on the horses in April not knowing a thing. Josh rated it really liked it May 21,