He writes in a simple, concise, easy style -- easy on the eyes, easy to absorb.
This book was recommended by the tour guide at Old Friend's Farm in Lexington KY near Keeneland...which by the way is well worth the visit for all horse lovers.
While there may not a lot in here for experienced players, if you're just starting out then this should be the first book you read.
All the basics from the original expert. Great background reading for the mathematical punter on how to build your indicators.Published 14 days ago by MMI
Mr. Ainslie is top-notch when it comes to writing about the art of handicapping.
He's at the top of my list. Read more
I read this book a long time ago, in the public library. It was great then and it's even better now !Published 3 months ago by mike carta
If you want to understand horse racing this is the book to start with...Published 3 months ago by Ronald E Martinek
I have not read this book. It was a perfect gift and quite confident it will be well read. If only it was also published in large print or Kindle versions. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Carolyn
Very interesting book to read with many poiters in handicapiing horse races.
Handicapping horses is something that is not easy and sometimes there may not be asolution to... Read more
pretty interesting, but a bit outdated; I need something that takes into account all the new info that is computerized.Published 19 months ago by Harry Horan
The product is a little outdated but still contains some nice useful info for the beginner and everyday horse bettor.Published on July 5, 2012 by Alex Dyer