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    Smart ANALYSIS Isolation

    "DO YOU KNOW ...

    * How to tell when they're trying?
    * How to spot a stiff?
    * How to read the trainer's mind?
    * How to tell when they're not betting?
    * How to pick the "mudders"?
    * How to tell which races to pass?
    * How to throw out sure-fire losers?
    * How to bet different kinds of races?
    * How to beat any race that's fit to play?"



    i have been looking through my horse racing books and the proceeding opening gambit is from an American book circa 1960. It's full of yankee
    phrases and definitely shoots from the hip. The sort of articles that wouldn't get printed in the Racing Post, for fear of killing the GOLDEN GOOSE.

    My idea is to digest the individual chapters and boil them down to the bare bones and see how useful they are. Given the potent fact that this book
    is isolated away from the influences from Bookmakers, Betfair and any industry self interest.

    i invite feedback, conversation and discussion.

    Gareth aka Dynamite21
    "the art is in the mystery"
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    https://www.attheraces.com/atrplayer...D/1140216/true

    The 10 horse here is a blatant non trier. Runs again on Wednesday.

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    Slim the grey seemed to try well enough

    American racing is very difficult to read, i want to apply the knowledge in the book to the UK racing.

    D21
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    As easy a 4/1 winner as you would ever back and all you needed to find it was a pair of eyes.

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    Well spotted Slim
    Win some,lose some,but always enjoying it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim View Post
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    The 10 horse here is a blatant non trier. Runs again on Wednesday.
    Take a look at Helter Skelter's last run.
    Runs in the 11.55 at Lonchamp tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reet hard View Post
    Take a look at Helter Skelter's last run.
    Runs in the 11.55 at Lonchamp tomorrow.
    Ridden like a complete N/T - again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by reet hard View Post
    Ridden like a complete N/T - again?
    Not suited by French racing.

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