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Extreme Pace Handicapping If You Doodle They Will Come

Author : Randy Giles
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The best payoffs I've had at the track were generated by extreme pace aberrations. Those nice payoffs didn't come from pedestrians. I'm talking about thieves and carpetbaggers, opportunists who were ordinary but found themselves in extraordinary situations - the right place, the right time. When I started playing the extreme pace way, it made such a difference that I dedicated my handicapping life to it. Extreme Pace Handicapping will show you what made the difference and why. It's simple, really. I like to call it pace picture doodling. If you doodle it, they will come: The Thief, The Clever Thief, The Loner, and the Carpetbagger. Includes one FREE month of the PACEAPPRAISER PPs. Here's how: Buy the book. Go to the author's website (see About the Author at the end of the book for website address). Send a copy of your Amazon receipt along with your first and last name. You will receive your login information by return email.

Handicapping for Bettor Or Worse

Author : John Lindley
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This bettor's guide to handicapping racehorses teaches horse players how to use all the available information to form their own system. Explains the advantages and drawbacks in current popular handicapping methods.

Ainslie s Encyclopedia of Thoroughbred Handicapping

Author : Tom Ainslie
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Zen and the Successful Horseplayer

Author : Frederic Donner
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Zen and the Successful Horseplayer will provide the beginner, the advanced, and even the professional horse gambler with specific resources to become a winning player. This book will also demonstrate the applicability of Zen and Eastern philosophy to handicapping, betting, and winning. Learn the basic handicapping skills Learn to be centered in your wagering Learn when you must trust your instincts Learn how to break out of a losing cycle Learn that losing is okay, losses can lead to winning on future days Learn how Zen philosophy can make you a WINNER

Beyer on Speed

Author : Andrew Beyer
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Beyer on Speed shows the way, explaining how to relate the numbers to such factors as pace, track bias, and track conditions. It reveals optimal uses of the figures based on computer analysis of more than 10,000 races. Beyer on Speed presents a revolutionary way to play the horses and win. Blending colorful anecdotes with incisive instruction, this is a landmark book by a master handicapper.

The ABCs of Thoroughbred Handicapping

Author : James Quinn
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Polo in Britain

Author : Horace A. Laffaye
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Ever since British soldiers returning from India in the mid-nineteenth century introduced their homeland to a fast-paced ball game on horseback, polo has remained the quintessential British sport. Although its origins lie in Asia, British pioneers are credited with both modernizing the game and spurring its spread worldwide. This volume chronicles the history of polo in the British Isles from its beginnings in the 1860s through the summer of 2011. It recounts the development of polo clubs, including the rise and fall of once mighty citadels of the game; describes the major competitions and many of the lesser tournaments in England and Ireland; and gives particular attention to international contests. Biographical sketches of top players, from early innovators to current superstars, and reflections on current issues affecting the game, including the rise of commercialism and the decrease of civility and sportsmanship, complete this vivid panorama of British polo.

Recreational Handicapping

Author : James Quinn
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America s Leading Handicappers Present Ten Commandments for Professional Handicapping

Author : David T. Swidler
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The Handicapper s Handbook

Author : Tom Ainslie
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The Encyclop dia of Sport Games Rackets Zebra

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Ainslie s New Complete Guide to Harness Racing

Author : Tom Ainslie
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Mental Handicap

Author : Eamon Shanley
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Betting Thoroughbreds

Author : Steven Davidowitz
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A thoroughly revised and updated edition of a horse-racing classic provides a complete education in the fine art of handicapping and offers new material in off-track betting, pace analysis, and much more. 15,000 first printing.

Global Extremes

Author : Barbara A. Barnes
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The Americana Annual

Author : Alexander Hopkins McDannald
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Scientific Handicapping

Author : Ira S. Cohen
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Harness Horse

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High tech Handicapping in the Information Age

Author : James Quinn
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Discusses the use of microcomputers to analyze handicapping information for horse races, describes the impact of this technology on the sport, and explains how to set up and manipulate one's own data base

Social Competence and Mental Handicap

Author : Herbert C. Gunzburg
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Le postulat de ce livre veut que la société, après avoir convenue que la personne ayant une déficience intellectuelle devait vivre hors des ressources institutionnelles, se doit de fournir une éducation et une formation adéquates à la personne en difficulté, pour que cette dernière acquière les compétences sociales nécessaires à des relations sociales satisfaisantes pour elle et ce avec un minimum de support.