HORSE RACING THEORY AND PRACTICE

 

 

Horse Racing Theory and Practice by Paul Segar is the definitive textbook covering all aspects of punting on racehorses for profit and betting endeavour..

First published in 1989, this second edition covers modern punting techniques of use to both the novice and professional punter alike. Written in plain English, it describes the whole process of punting from the initial form consideration and the different possible staking approaches.

The chapter titles speak for themselves giving the thinking punter a serious edge in the punting battle. The chapter on characteristics is even more relevant today than when the book was first written

It is a valuable addition to any horseman serious about improving their punting techniques.

So what makes a book so useful? Usually when the punt is not going as well as it could, it is a good idea to go back to basics and review what has changed since that last good winning run or why the scoreboard is worse than before. Alternatively you can find a new factor that alone can improve your overall performance. A book gives you time to think, which after all, horse racing is the thinking man's sport and all decisions are yours to make. The only difference between winning and losing in any race is the decisions you make. Horse Racing Theory and Practice will help you make better decisions.

Chapter Titles:

1.
Introduction to Punting
2.
Reading the Form
3.
Class in Horse Racing
4.
Weight
5.
Characteristics
6.
The trainers Plan
7.
Video and Photos
8.
Wet track Analysis
9.
Speed Handicapping
10.
Selection Methods
11.
Overs Punting
12.
Using Markets
13.
Further Thoughts
Appendix One
Glossary

330 pages

Price $35

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Horse Racing Theory and Practice

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