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Exacta Expose Paperback – November 1, 1992
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About the Author
Douglas Railey is both a researcher and a race fraud investigator. A native of New Orleans, Lousisiana, Railey was born in 1930. He graduated from Lousiana State University with a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering. Whil in the Air Force, Railey studied statistical analysis at Stanford University and computer science at Missouri University, and retired from the Air Force after 20 years of service as a Lt. Colonel. While in the service, Reiley's travels provided him with the opportunity to visit most racetracks, not only in the United States but also in Europe and the Far East. Railey presently works as a part-time consultant to the oil industry and as needed with the Lousiana State Police Racing Investigative Unit.
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Most of the chapters end with a summation of the most notable findings and profitable areas found in that chapter. There's page after page of useful information in this very substantial book.
Also, this book is not just dry statistics. There's a narrative involving some of the larceny that goes on at the racetrack, like jockey Sylvester Carmouche who hid in the fog at the quarter pole at Delta Downs until the other horses came around, and then finished lengths ahead, never having gone around the course. Railey writes well and actually has something to say, unlike many handicapping authors.