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As an Owner of the book, I think it is very well written and is very empirical.
Brohamer clearly and succintly outlines his tenents of pace handicapping and makes it easy to convert running times into meaningful handicapping information.
I have been seeking and reading as much as I can find on handicapping and rate this #1.
I liked this book because it gave me some good insight that I was not aware of regarding the complex subject of handicapping horse races.Published 8 months ago by Jim Short
Best book on speed and f-p-s and pace. Still works pretty well considering the racing surfaces today.
I use it mainly in sprints.
Some books are not meant to be digital and this is one of them. The material that I can read is fine, but there are a number of charts that even when magnified are not readable.Published 15 months ago by Theresa D.
The book appears to be a bound photocopy of the material. All graphics are fuzzy and hard to read in the smaller print and these, mostly Daily Racing Form race information, are... Read morePublished 17 months ago by not so happy about a price change
Perhaps there is a newer printing (bought it used), but the typos, fuzzy charts, and sometimes vague reasoning (so far) is disappointing. Read morePublished 17 months ago by 99 I Love You
Read the book and then worked on 4 races by calculating feet per seconds modified by track variance for each horse. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Statistician
If you can do some math and apply it to the track then tihs is the book for you. I liked the book because it amplified other books I handicap from.Published 22 months ago by Gary Wiley
I never write reviews of books i've read. However, this book is excellent if you're a serious handicapper. Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by B.G.