Posts Tagged ‘Three Rules for Winning at the Track’

Three Winning Moves Before You Start Handicapping

If there was a copy of the secret sauce for your favorite burger, wouldn’t you go home and give it a try ? – There’s no reason we shouldn’t be constantly looking to improve our handicapping tool box. The idea hit me when I watched two long time race trackers holding a track betting guide […]

Three Ways to Increase Your Bankroll

  Nothing like a little jolt to get you thinking about making a score. – It’s not impossible and it is all up to you. – “What do you want your day to look likeĀ ? ” Box seats at the finish line or a seat by the band ?” – Let’s get started with a […]

Three Steps to Becoming a Lucky Handicapper

by Ed Meyer

posted on January 29, 2016 in General Discussion, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

You don’t need the rabbit’s foot, as it sure didn’t do the rabbit any good. – Luck is a frame of mind. – Just like Mom use to say; “see it and you will be it.” Before you can ever achieve anything in your life you first have to see it. – Take Race #3 […]

Three Rules For Winning at the Track

by Ed Meyer

posted on December 10, 2015 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Handicapping, Horse Racing, | 4 Comments >>

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were only three ? – Well, you are hearing it loud and clear right here. There are only three you need to think about. If we quit trying to attach everything but the kitchen sink to winning, we just might have a chance at doing better in the upcoming […]