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Desktop Handicapping for
Thoroughbred Racing

Gaining the Winning Edge With Your PC

Howard Berenbon

 

ISBN: 0-7570-0027-4
Length: 124 Pages
Size: 6 X 9-inch
2-color throughout
Format: Quality Paperback
Category:
Games / Gambling
Price: $16.95 US

Availability: March 2008

 

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Known as the "Sport of Kings," thoroughbred racing has been handicapped by experts for decades. Now, with the help of your home computer, you can research the material and analyze the statistical data yourself! In Desktop Handicapping for Thoroughbred Racing, author Howard Berenbon tells you everything you need to know to bet smart--right from your desktop.

Desktop Handicapping for Thoroughbred Racing begins with a discussion of such handicapping essentials as understanding the racing form; selecting and analyzing pertinent data; evaluating the horses, owners, and trainers; and, of course, placing the bets. In addition to its clear and helpful charts and photographs, this user-friendly guide offers valuable links to online databases and other resources to help further maximize your betting experience. Finally, the author provides detailed instructions on how to download and master his free innovative software program, which works in conjunction with the book and is revolutionizing the art and science of handicapping.

Tired of researching and analyzing racing statistics the old-fashioned way? The revolutionary Desktop Handicapping for Thoroughbred Racing will transform your betting strategies and help you gain the winning edge in the Sport of Kings! .

Howard Berenbon is the author of thirteen personal computer books, including Mostly BASIC: Applications for Your IBM PC, Books 1 & 2 and Mostly BASIC: Applications for Your Apple II, Books 1 & 2. He is the owner of Software Exchange, an entertainment software development company. Mr. Berenbon's articles have appeared in magazines such as PC Resource, Byte Magazine, and Creative Computing. He lives in Michigan with his family.

 

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