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eBook Fast Horses, Fast Money: The Complete Guide to Quarter Horse Racing. Subtitle: Everything You Need to Know to Win Quarter Horse Races ePub

eBook Fast Horses, Fast Money: The Complete Guide to Quarter Horse Racing. Subtitle: Everything You Need to Know to Win Quarter Horse Races ePub

by Steve Sharp

  • ISBN: 1438248571
  • Category: Individual Sports
  • Subcategory: Outdoors Sport
  • Author: Steve Sharp
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1st edition (July 7, 2007)
  • Pages: 218
  • ePub book: 1444 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1698 kb
  • Other: azw txt docx mbr
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 136

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Fast Horses, Fast Money book.

Fast Horses, Fast Money book. However, few racing fans understand the sport because very little published literature exists.

Everything You Need to Know to Win Quarter Horse Races. Equestrian & Animal Sports. Shipped in 8 to 10 working days. When do I get it? Hassle-Free Exchanges & Returns for 30 Days.

Horse Races are one of the newly added features in BitLife where you bet on 1 of 5 horses and double your money if it wins

Horse Races are one of the newly added features in BitLife where you bet on 1 of 5 horses and double your money if it wins. Banking on your 20% chance, winning on a horse race can earn you some additional cash. Losing, on the other hand may cost you more than just money

A race horse is typically trained to do one thing – run! A pleasure horse must be able to interact with his or her rider in a variety of. .A horse that has been recently worked and raced may have tight, stiff muscles that need to relax

A race horse is typically trained to do one thing – run! A pleasure horse must be able to interact with his or her rider in a variety of situations. Pleasure riding (often called hacking ) can take the form of trail riding and other light recreation activities. A horse that has been recently worked and raced may have tight, stiff muscles that need to relax. Racing is demanding and stressful, and it is only natural that a horse would need some time to calm down before moving on to new pursuits.

Why Go to a Horse Race? The finish line at Turfway Park. WIN– You’re betting that your horse will come in first place. Things move fast at the counter, especially a few minutes before post. Before we get into the art of betting, let’s talk about why you’d want to visit a horse racetrack anyway. Perhaps you’re thinking, That’s something my grandpa liked to do, but I’m not interested. If your horse finishes in first, you get to collect. PLACE– When you bet on your horse to place, you’re betting that he will come in first OR second. If your horse finishes in first or second, you get to collect.

A fast-breaking horse that usually wins when it breaks first can have an edge when positioned with room to run.

Everything You Want To Know Is In The Past Performances The Daily Racing Form is recognized as America's Turf Authority and lists valuable information including: Ten Most Recent Races Race Number, Racetrack Abbreviation Track Condition (Track condition abbreviations are: fst - fast; fr - frozen; gd - good; sl - slow; sly - sloppy; my - muddy; hy - heavy. A fast-breaking horse that usually wins when it breaks first can have an edge when positioned with room to run.

Fast Horses, Fast Money" educates and entertains racing fans by providing an in-depth analysis of the sport-from a veteran horseplayer's unique point of view.

In horse racing, any realistic dream is a little more attainable. Fast Horses, Fast Money: The Complete Guide to Quarter Horse Racing. Subtitle: Everything You Need to Know to Win Quarte. aperback. The realistic dreams are those in the middle of the spectrum. Pick-Six bets and picking a Kentucky Derby winner out of a pen of yearlings are off opposite ends of the scale. For serious handicappers and serious horse owners, racing provides attainable goals.

Quarter Horses are also known for their speed over short distances, or races of a quarter mile or less. Some Quarter Horses have been clocked at 55 miles per hour and Quarter Horse racing has remained a competitive and exciting industry. Quarter Horse Characteristics. The Quarter Horse breed comes in nearly every color, the most common colors being sorrel and chestnut. Other colors include: bay, black, brown, buckskin, palomino, gray, dun, red dun, blue dun, red roan, blue roan, bay roan, perlino, cremello, grullo, and white.

The opportunity to make money in the fast-growing sport of Quarter Horse racing--more than $350 million is wagered in the US, Mexico, and Canada--is greater than ever. However, few racing fans understand the sport because very little published literature exists. "Fast Horses, Fast Money" educates and entertains racing fans by providing an in-depth analysis of the sport--from a veteran horseplayer's unique point of view. Featuring new research on 286 actual winning racehorses, the book teaches all levels of gamblers, horseplayers, handicappers, and horsemen how to win more gambling and purse money--and hit long shots. Every important racing factor--including jockeys, trainers, breeders, owners, speed indexes, post positions, class, recent form, the tote board, and much more--is analyzed. The book has been featured on TVG and endorsed by a number of leading Quarter Horse analysts, horsemen, and handicappers.

Comments

Mr.Death Mr.Death
Not a bad read, although the conclusions are based on a fairly small statistical study. I wouldn't recommend playing this way, but it can be somewhat helpful to keep some of the points made in mind. Horse racing involves a great deal of randomness. We like to think it is logical and that we can handicap, or figure out, what is going to happen. The truth is that more often than not we are just getting randomly lucky. In quarter horse racing especially, luck plays a huge roll. Just watch the horses pin balling off each other at the start. Anything can happen and one slip up will cost a horse any chance. It's a game, play it that way and it can be lots of fun. Take it too seriously and you can get burned. Try to beat favorites and always think about risk/reward. No sense playing 6/5 shots. Find a nice 6-1 shot with a chance.
Ylal Ylal
This book is a thorough explanation of quarter horse handicapping at Los Alamitos Raceway. I was new to this type of racing but the book goes into great detail on all aspects of betting and handicapping. There was one part that confused me so I decided to email the author. I was very happy when he returned my message promptly with the correct answer. I highly recommend this book.
Ydely Ydely
best quarter horse book I have ever read. It will both win and save you money. well worth the price!