Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) May 10, 2011
As the racing season gears up and the landmark races loom, fans begin the age-old game of assessing the talent. For many horse racing enthusiasts that means turning to Thoroughbred Analytics for the most accurate, user-friendly horse racing handicapping reports and racing analytical reports for the most insightful horse racing information on the horses expected to run in this second leg of the Triple Crown. The world-class provider of handicapping reports and software offers great horse race programs and is relied upon by thousands of horse racing enthusiasts around the world.
The art of handicapping is often seen by outsiders as nothing more than a bettor's game, but non-gamblers also want to know the numbers. Just as baseball fans want to know the batting averages, and fantasy football folks want to know their numbers, racing fans look to Thoroughbred Analytics for their horse racing information and their evaluations of horse racing programs. For those who love the Sport of Kings, the horse racing stats are vivid portraits of the horses and their jockeys.
"I wouldn't choose another handicapper, not if you paid me," says Marge Robinson, a happy fan. "Thoroughbred Analytics’ horse racing stats and handicapping reports are amazingly accurate. Even when I’m not betting, winning a race that lasts minutes gives me weeks of joy! Thoroughbred Analytics is tops for horse racing programs and helping me determine the best horse racing picks."
While other services have horse racing programs that simply recycle out-of-date horse racing information, only Thoroughbred Analytics applies proprietary calculations and factors in important racing variables to past performance data and current horse racing information. Thoroughbred Analytics’ exclusive TA Indicator, TA Rank and TA Ratio calculations plus the overall accuracy of their reports has made them the go-to source for thoroughbred horse racing stats and handicapping reports.
"Thoroughbred Analytics' proprietary software and calculations have proven time and time again to offer the industry’s best horse racing stats and reports – period,” said Isabel Valdivia, spokesperson of the company. “They offer an accurate snapshot of the field as you can hope for, short of actually running the race. We've worked hard to earn our reputation, and our results speak for themselves. No one can tell the precise future of any race, but we're the absolute best crystal ball available in a business where everyone wants a peek at what could happen."
For those who love to follow thoroughbred horse racing, now is a great time to sign on with Thoroughbred Analytics. They're offering a free sign-up and one month's free access to Stable Alerts, which offers subscribers quick-alerts on their favorite horses’ racing, training, and workout schedules. Stable Alerts is normally reserved as an add-on for those subscribing to Thoroughbred Analytics’ monthly service.
The Preakness Stakes is due to take place on May 21, 2011, and is the second race of the Triple Crown. For smarter, more accurate handicapping reports that will increase winnings at the Preakness Stakes, visit http://www.ThoroughbredAnalytics.com.
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