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HANDICAPPING
THE WALL STREET WAY

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MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW

If you play the horses regularly you'll want to keep the insights of Handicapping The Wall Street Way: Picking Xtra Winners At The Track close at hand: it's a handbook packed with insights analyzing the betting market, the psychology involved, strategies for successful horseplaying at the track, and developing an effective personal risk profile to hone risk and skills. A very basic, excellent introduction to handicapping horse races!
Midwest Book Review

 

CINDY PIERSON DULAY


"This is an excellent book for novice to intermediate level horseplayers, as Ripple's strategies are easy to understand and can be implemented right away. Both conservative and aggressive bettors will enjoy the fact that Ripple recognizes that it is not "one size fits all" and has tailored strategies to reflect this."

Cindy Pierson Dulay's Horse-Races.net

 

JOHN LINDLEY


"Mark Ripple's book offers the novice a good explanation on why and when betting on the horses can be profitable. He also offers easily understood angles readers can use right now to increase their chances of success."

John Lindley, author of Handicapping for Bettor or Worse  

HERE'S JUST A SAMPLE OF WHAT'S INSIDE
Betting Method - Dutching


What do you do when you are left with three or more contenders? Play the one with the highest odds? Handicapping the Wall Street Way will teach you how to realize a profit no matter which of the contenders wins. In addition, the profit will be approximately the same for each outcome, and you can predetermine it.

 

Handicapping Angle - Trainers


Does a horse trainer try to win every time? How can the serious handicapper tell what his/her intentions are? Horses who finished second in their last try get heavily bet.
Handicapping the Wall Street Way shows you why, through identifying trainer intentions, these horses MAY have little or no betting value.

 

Horse Player Strategies - Agressive/Longshot Systems


Not a "chalk" player? Do you have a taste for playing those big money longshots? Handicapping the Wall Street Way offers FIVE tried and true angles for finding those boxcar payoffs!

 

Handicapping Angle - Workouts


How important is the speed of the workout? How much weight is the horse carrying? What time of day did the horse work? Did the horse work over a fresh track? What running path did he or she follow? Handicapping the Wall Street Way shows the serious handicapper how to "think outside the box" and utilize one of the most unique methods of analyzing workouts ever seen.

 

So Called Winning Systems


Imagine hiring a chimpanzee to manage your money. It sounds insane doesn't it? Well, in 1993, the Swedish newspaper Expressen gave five stock analysts and a chimpanzee named Ola $1,250 each in "play" money to see how much they could earn in the stock market. While the so-called experts carefully analyzed their selections, Ola practiced her dart-throwing skills using the Stockholm stock pages from Expressen's business section as her target. The contest ran for one month, and Ola won.

The story of Ola is comparable to someone sticking a needle through the eye of the cover horse on a program and selecting every equine whose name the needle happens to puncture. While we handicappers spend countless hours examining past performance lines in order to predict the outcome of a race, sometimes at the end of an unsuccessful day we feel that our return on investment could have been markedly higher had we used a needle.

 

98.5% of serious handicappers....

....HAVE READ 98.5% OF THE SAME BOOKS YOU HAVE AND ARE PLAYING ALMOST EXACTLY LIKE YOU!

Remember, horse racing is a zero-sum game; no player can win without another losing, and it is important to understand why only 1.5% of us are consistently successful.
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