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Horse Racing – The graveyard of innovation

It has been true since the very first innovation – "Hey… let's organize" That was about 150 some years ago, and ever since, the innovations, as far as anything for the wagering public… have been few and far between.   How about equal quality of information?  

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Horse Racing – the impact of handicapping

It's just too funny to log onto Facebook to see a "Bigtime" member of the horse racing handicapping community grousing about TV marketing that treats the audience like suckers in commercials for any form of sports betting…… really? It's hilarious to think that this is a person recommending to you for years that you should More Info »

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Horse Racing – Understanding it

Well into the 21st century, horse racing is in deep decline as both a spectator sport, and as a gambling game that people enjoy playing. While there is a lot of speculation within the horse racing industry as to which happened first, I believe that the popularity of horse racing with average people lies in More Info »

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Analyst Vs. Handicapper III

Which is the better bettor? This one easily goes to the analyst, and the reasons are many, but, it may be that there is one or two significant and obvious reasons that tell the tale of why and how. Of course, several of the most obvious attributes of the analyst go completely un-noticed in the More Info »

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Pittsburg Phil – Ability Analyst

AKA George E. Smith, and also frequently referred to as the founding father of horse players, set himself apart from all others. He was wildly successful in the field of betting horses to the extent that he became a legend in his own time, and that legend still lives over 100 years after his death. More Info »

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Gulfstream Park Looks Different

In some ways it will look much better today I've got 10 bucks on that improvement happening simultaneously with the arrival of Jami O'shea Johnson at my old stomping grounds. Not that I really did any stomping, and everything I left my mark on was torn down and carted off some years ago. These days, More Info »

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2012 Breeders Cup…. Analyst Vs. Handicapper

Racetime analysis proves out again! Of course, with Ability-X Ratings in hand, it might be as close to cheating, or clairvoyance as any horse racing bettor can get. I don't mean to gloat, and, I really don't have anything to gloat about, winning at horse racing is much more about exercising common sense, not genius. More Info »

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Horse racing…. a lottery players dream.

And, a handicapper's nightmare.   Too bad that the race tracks chased the lottery players off by forming Equibase, and insisting that everyone become a handicapper,…. and line up for overpriced, ineffective data. That does seem to be effective in distracting those players left to the point that they are not cognizant of the game that is More Info »

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