Horse Racing can be difficult to get started in for the novice learning about form, track conditions and which jockey is doing well at the moment. Whether you just love watching a good horse race or you are looking to stake your claim at the track, knowing and understanding the racing structure is a must. Today in this book, you'll be presented with the general structure of horse racing. When you get right down to it, all horse races fall within four main categories: maiden races, claiming races, allowance races, and the stakes races. Inside here are some easy way to make money betting on horse races.
Book content includes:
- Know about the history of horse racing
- Horse racing structure quick guide
- Horse racing system - This one always works
- The 10 books for success with horse racing
- How to understand a horse's form
- How to make money handicapping horse races and the future of racing
- The easy way to make money betting on horse races
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- Anonymous User
I’m not sure what to think lol
Apart from skimming horse racing history, briefly touching on the types of races, this book had almost zero insight on how to select horses... not to mention the recommendation of cheating at to win! If you are informed on horse racing, probability and sportsbetting then skip this book.
This is basically a scam
Here's what's in here: (1) a tad bit of wikipedia-like history (2) an explanation of Level Stakes Betting that keeps referring to diagrams and charts (which we don't see here) (3) a LONG list of other books you could read and why / why not (4) personal background of the author's family in Montana (5) an odd conspiracy scenario about pretending a horse is doing poorly in order to fool the public. There's nothing here, and the writing is like a high schooler's fluff paper; full of extra words and make-weight phrases. The narrator reads it like he just came in off the street, pausing in the middle of sentences or maybe turning the pages ... it's poorly composed. How did this even get on Audible?
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