- Betting with an Edge: A Professional Horseplayerâ€™s Life in Thoroughbred Racing
Mike Maloney is known as one of Americaâ€™s pre-eminent horseplayers. This book chronicles his handicapping journey as he still bets horses over 300 days a year. Maloney writes about racing, covering not only handicapping, betting strategy, money management, the emotional side of the game, and how they all connect.$34.95
- Pedigree Handicapping
Take your handicapping to a new level by understanding the role that pedigree plays in races, surfaces and at varying distances. Learn how to integrate the fundamentals of breeding into the handicapping process and uncover hidden overlays. Author Lauren Stich shares her expertise as DRF's pedigree expert.
- The Complete Handicapper
James Quinn draws on his more than four decades of experience to lay out everything you need to know to pick winners at the track. In a clear, instructive style, Quinn demystifies the handicapping process. "The Complete Handicapper" is required reading for anyone serious about winning money at the racetrack.
- Harnessing Winners
Thoroughbred handicappers are well aware of the importance of trips, track biases, and angles, and these skills are even more significant in the harness game. Brower gives detailed instructions on what to look for in the past performance lines, and stresses that watching replays is very important to uncover details that don't appear in print.$14.95
- Handicapping 101: An Introduction to Betting on Horses (Revised and Updated)
Daily Racing Form west coast handicapper expert Brad Free walks new and old players through the enduring basics of speed, pace, class, and condition, with dozens of recent race examples and interviews with leading trainers and jockeys.$14.95
- The Winning Contest Player
Author Peter Thomas Fornatale interviews over thirty of the country's best players and with their help lays out a complete strategy that tells you how you can win in handicapping contests, from the basics to the specifics of endgame strategy.
- Modern Pace Handicapping
In Modern Pace Handicapping, Tom Brohamer, a leading practitioner of the Sartin methodology and one of the handful of men able to make a living from handicapping, shares his knowledge of pace (the horses's rate of speed and the factors affecting it) and turns the handicapping world on its ear. Charts throughout.$29.95
- The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Racing
The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Racing is a fascinating listing of the history of horseracing's most memorable moments. Every aspect of the game is covered in this unique collection.$24.95
- Cashing Big on Racing's Biggest Days
From isolating key contenders to constructing crafty Superfecta or Pick 4 tickets, author Steve Davidowitz has left no stone unturned in Cashing Big on Racing's Biggest Days by providing players with a quality game plan for attacking the best wagering opportunities the sport has to offer.$22.95