(PRWEB) May 13, 2016
Patrick D. Tanzillo, an educated Thoroughbred Racing and Handicapping expert, devoted writer and author, has completed his new book “The Art of the Wager Winning at the Race Track”: a provocative work about racing handicaps and making a profit on wagers.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Patrick D. Tanzillo’s lively work is the perfect read for any horse racing fan!
Tanzillo explains further by saying, “Let me introduce myself. I am one of the less than 5 percent of all thoroughbred racing handicappers that make a profit, year in and year out. I take pride in my handicapping.
Over the years analyzing wagers, the light went off for me. Only play a horse to win, place, and show for fun. Wager on the pick 4, pick 5, and pick 6 to make money. Sure it’s tough… it’s no gimmie… it’s hard work… or everyone would be doing it.”
In this handicapping book, the author gives readers ideas that may be they haven’t thought of to sharpen their handicapping skills… some things the reader may have insight on and others they may not, but it’s all here to help make a better handicapper.
The “key” in all handicapping, is structure and to breakdown a race and the horses involved. Understanding a system on breaking down each race individually and seeing what may happen in that individual race.
“I didn’t write this book for my ego. I wrote it to give other horse players other insight. Revisiting my handicapping idea has helped me become a better handicapper than I was before I wrote this book,” concludes Patrick.
Readers who wish to experience this profound work can purchase “The Art of the Wager Winning at the Race Track” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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