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» Current Polls
Which book(s) would you recommend to a Newbie" Up to 3
Picking Winners: A Horseplayer's Guide by Andrew Beyer 1994 - 24.00%
18 Votes
Betting on Horse Racing For Dummies by Richard Eng - 5.33%
4 Votes
The Winning Horseplayer by Andrew Beyer 2007 - 8.00%
6 Votes
Betting Thoroughbreds by Steven Davidovitz and Andrew Beyer 1997 - 17.33%
13 Votes
Exotic Betting by Steven Crist 2006 - 12.00%
9 Votes
Bet With the Best by Andrew Beyer and Steve Davidowitz 2001 - 2.67%
2 Votes
Getting the Best of It by David Sklansky 1997 - 2.67%
2 Votes
How to WIN the PICK 6 by Steven Kolb 2009 - 1.33%
1 Vote
Betting Thoroughbreds for the 21st Century by Steve Davidowitz and Steven Crist 2009 - 8.00%
6 Votes
Finding The Hidden Horse: Tips, tricks, angles and secrets by William Davidson 2017 - 0%
0 Votes
The Blood-Horse Authoritative Guide to Betting Thorougbreds by the Blood-Horse staff 2005 - 1.33%
1 Vote
Profitable Horse Race Betting Using Stock Market Techniques by Aaron Ainslie and Woodbine Mike 2015 - 0%
0 Votes
Secrets of Professional Turf Betting by Robert L Bacon 1952 - 1.33%
1 Vote
Commonsense Betting by Dick Mitchell 1995 - 5.33%
4 Votes
Overlay, Overlay by Bill Heller 2004 - 0%
0 Votes
Thoroughbred Cycles by Mark Cramer 1990 - 14.67%
11 Votes
Handicapping 101 by Brad Free 2004 - 14.67%
11 Votes
Complete Idiot's Guide to Betting on Horses by Sharon B. Smith 1998 - 0%
0 Votes
Beyer on Speed by Andrew Beyer 2012 - 13.33%
10 Votes
Trifecta: The Business of Betting Thoroughbreds by Bobby Zen 2012 - 0%
0 Votes
Finding an Edge: A 21st century book by Ron Loftus 2014 - 1.33%
1 Vote
Winning without Thinking by Nick Mordin 2002 - 4.00%
3 Votes
Six Secrets of Successful Bettors by Frank R. Scatoni and Peter Thomas Fornatale 2005 - 9.33%
7 Votes
Money Secrets At The Racetrack Paperback by Barry Meadow 2000 - 14.67%
11 Votes
Smarter Bets - The Exacta Way by Keith Hoffman 2013 - 0%
0 Votes
Betting Maidens and 2-Year-Olds by Dan Illman 2005 - 0%
0 Votes
Winning Horseracing Handicapping by Chuck Badone 1999 - 0%
0 Votes
The Power of Early Speed by Steve Klein 2005 - 5.33%
4 Votes
Modern Pace Handicapping by Tom Brohamer 2000 - 22.67%
17 Votes
None, just go to the track. - 5.33%
4 Votes
None, all are outdated - 9.33%
7 Votes
Other (please specify) - 24.00%
18 Votes
Total Votes: 75
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