Picking Winners At The Harness Races


Shows you how to eliminate unplayable races in order to score with longshots. Not for chalk players! For ALL playing levels.

SKU: BKHR-11 Category: Product ID: 5913



Quality information on harness racing has become very scarce. Most of them out there are mere dictionaries of the game, defining terminologies and discussing racing rules. But author Paul Goodwin has taken a different approach with his PICKING WINNERS AT THE HARNESS RACES!

Uniquely, Paul, a handicapping pro with national prominence, treats the potential harness player as an investor. He considers placing a bet as an investment in the horse’ performance. And his sole aim is to make the investment profitable! And to accomplish this, he will teach you to analyze past performances correctly.

This book provides the handicapping foundation required to succeed on a daily basis! It will provide you the critical skill of winning at the harness races…how to professionally read the program! The information includes sidelights you have never heard of before.

You will be shown betting angles and handicapping techniques that will maximize your powers of prediction. The author’s expert tactics will allow you to concentrate on sure-fire factors such as class, fitness, post position, and the driver. And trust me, you will not be looking for short-priced winners!

Paul feels: “It’s not how many winners you have, it’s the payoff of the winners that counts”

Many harness players have four or five winners in an evening and still end up losing! Paul’s theory is to bag one or two longshots and wind up way ahead! Paul believes once you select a horse to win, that horses becomes your favorite, no matter what the odds are. And big payoffs are the goal. The fact that your horse was not the morning line or post time favorite should never have any effect on your betting decision.

In conclusion, PICKING WINNERS AT THE HARNESS RACES only deals with the bottom line: THE WINNING TICKET!

The price is $12.   (plus shipping)

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Weight 1 lbs