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How DOES one learn how to identify a well-condition horse? That's the key. Fotias is the teacher: the subject is form cycle analysis. That factor AND money management are the one-two punch separating winners from losers in the long run. For those who believe pace, deceleration, velocity, feet per second, and ground loss are vital factors in handicapping a race, there's a gold mine of information awaiting you. Fotias believes it is crucial to examine each horse's last three years of performances when the opportunity exists. He adjusts his numbers for factors like wind, weight, track configuration and track variants; what most intelligent, dedicated players have sought for years. The book explores the dozen important variables handicappers should consider for every starter in a race since each has " a certain amount of energy available to distribute" in the event. Those factors are: a horse's particular running style, the pace demand of the race, distance, surface, bias, the jockey, trainer, weight, post position, final time ability, racing luck, and the horse's current condition. 195 Pages Paperbound 2002
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