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Hey guys this is Joe Kaufman with a great way to handicap a horse race very quickly and efficiently. This is a must for any horse racing enthusiast. It takes… Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  • stan stasiu Stanislaw 2 years ago

    WHEN U BET HORSES U ARE BETTING ON THE FUTURE UNLESS U HAVE AN ANGLE THAT
    GIVES U A % TO WIN. ANY GOOD HORSE PLAYER CAN POINT OUT CERTAIN RACES AND
    WIN. I USED TO BET 20 BETS A DAY IF NOT MORE NOW I ONLY BET 2-3 BETS. I
    PICK OUT THE ONES THAT I THINK I CAN WIN. STAY AWAY FROM ANY MAIDEN RACES.
    THOSE ARE WASTE OF TIME. UNLESS U KNOW WHAT U ARE DOING. TON OF MONEY
    SITTING OUTHERE DO U HAVE BRAINS TO EARN IT EVEN EARNING IT ON HORSES. LOT
    OF VARIABLES ON HORSES FROM RACE TO RACE. HARDEST THING IS THAT TRAINERS
    WONT TELL U WHEN THEY ARE RUNNING THE HORSE U HAVE TO FIGURE THAT OUT.
    TRAINERS BET ON THEMSELF THINKING U WONT BET ON THE HORSE. 

  • Cadi Bordelon 2 years ago

    good job joe

  • Black Watch Audio 2 years ago

    Good advice for novices, but nothing here vet handicappers don’t already
    know. And no tips at all to identify legitimate longshots; follow just
    these basics and you’ll usually get only short prices. Layoffs and layoff
    patterns among trainers are a good tactic for finding legit longshots.
    Good to know which trainers bring them back ready to race off workouts as
    opposed to who likes to race their horses back into shape, scoring after
    two or three races.

    Also, don’t toss a horse because it’s going an unfamiliar distance or
    trying first time on a surface. Give it a hard look instead. If it’s
    doing so at the appropriate class level the trainer knows something you
    don’t know. And speaking of class, get to know class equivalents between
    different tracks; 20K claiming at NYRA isn’t the same class of horse as in
    Maryland for example. It’s not just about numbers, and this can help you
    to identify valid horses shipping in, particularly when they’re coming up
    from an inferior track.

  • teinte411 2 years ago

    Really great tips…I’d also add to check the fastest recent workouts, I’ve
    studied it a bit and usually the top 2 or 3 couple 4F workout times end up
    producing the winner of the race.

    You can even add speed figure points to it. Equibase has a neat video on
    here saying how they get their figure, basically for every 2F a quarter
    second difference in time = 10 speed points. So like @ 8F, 1 second
    difference = 10 pts,@6F.75 second = 10 pts. And 4F = .50 second/10 pts.

    So say the fastest 4F workout in the field was a 49.0, the second was a
    49.5, that’s the equivalent of 10 speed points! So if horse A ran the 49.0
    with a speed figure of 85, and horse B ran the 49.5 but has a speed figure
    of 90. If you add the 10 points, horse A actually now has a faster speed
    figure @ 95! 

  • bongo7654 2 years ago

    Take it from a old man who used to bet when it was possible to make a
    profit,you cannot do it anmore,the takout will eat you alive,the glory days
    are over.You are just deluding yourself and chasing waterfalls and
    rainbows,I wish it was,nt so but it over.

  • 28point8 2 years ago

    Add fitness to handicapping and BINGO, winners galore….Jim

  • LVCrocky 2 years ago

    horse racing is one of the highest taxed gambling (take out%) 4 each wager
    w/p/s ex tri supf dd pick 3-4-5-6 the take out alone defeats most people.
    the bottom line is this. only 3% of the people that gamble make a living
    out of it. 97% do not. out of the 3% the bulk of that is sports-cards horse
    racing under 1%. thats the real deal. now u wont hear this fromn the frauds
    at T.V.G. but thats a joke anyway. every race is different like every ball
    game is different. bet with u head not over it. take care and good luck.

  • stan stasiu Stanislaw 2 years ago

    HEY PEOPLE LOOK INTO TRAINERS RUNNING ONE RACE OR 2 AND GOOD JOCKEYS WHO
    RUN IN ONE OR 2 RACES U WILL SEE THAT AT ANY TRACK THAT THEY DO WIN A LOT
    THERE IS A REASON FOR THAT, WHY WOULD A TOP TRAINER FOR EXAMPLE GO RUN IN
    ONE RACE AND HIRE A TOP JOCKEY TO RUN FOR HIM. I MEAN WHY. THAT CAN TELL U
    THAT THEY MIGHT WANNA RUN THE HORSE IF THE ODDS ARE PRETTY GOOD ON HIM. 

  • Finding an Edge 2 years ago

    Handicap races have already been handicapped by the handicapper so what’s
    the point in doing it again, are you better than the handicappers! Fools
    gold…. The only way to win in the long run is to Back above true price or
    Lay below true price.

  • Joshua Devsam 2 years ago

    Excellent

  • Joe Kaufman 2 years ago

    That was nice of you to say.. thanks!

  • LikeALeafOnTheWind 2 years ago

    cause we all know gamblers dont have bedrooms.

  • Slapshot975 2 years ago

    For sprint races, if you take the two top horses in speed ratings and the
    two top horses in early pace ratings and work from there, you really can’t
    go wrong. In some of the cases, there will be a crossover – one or two
    horses will have both one of the top two speed and pace ratings. If that
    occurs, sometimes a great betting opportunity becomes available. Back in
    the late ’40′s & early 50′s, there was only an eight percent takeout. Now,
    it’s real tough to stay ahead of the game.

  • LVCrocky 2 years ago

    KID forget about it your no handicapper go get a job son you’ll never make
    it in horsebetting trust me

  • KSWracing 2 years ago

    Okay… I will be creating videos pretty soon that will bring everyone to
    the next level of handicapping. So, you may want to subscribe and be on the
    look out.

  • WolfPackLeader 2 years ago

    I find it difficult to listen to a man who is sat in his bedroom. You
    obviously don’t cut it as a gambler.

  • Michael T. 2 years ago

    thanks for the tips, im lucky to live 5 min away from Churchill downs

  • trkrbud69 2 years ago

    Yo boss … thx for the insight … I am new and just learning … will
    check out the web sight

  • IMA60SKID 2 years ago

    I look for the fastest horse for the distance. Takes me about 2 mins

  • a few good points, it’s true idiots like me bet without doing our home work
    so we deserve to lose

  • Runescapexvideoz 2 years ago

    how much of a disadvantage does the horse that starts in the gate furthest
    to the right have?

  • NYjoshK1 2 years ago

    LOLLLLL!!!!

  • Johnteers 2 years ago

    Pick a winner from 20 unraced horses then your a true punter like me …

  • CSM1470 2 years ago

    Joe..I agree with what you said in the first 30 seconds of the
    video..Looking over a race to long can be a bad thing..Because you start to
    over think it. I can usually study a race in a couple of minutes..Pace is
    key for me from the get go. Who is going to get the lead and what kind of
    pressure will the leader get..If there are 6 front running styles and one
    closer in the race. It could easily set up for the closer..Value is key
    also. I won’t bet a horse to win if odds are to low.

  • Joe Kaufman 2 years ago

    There are a lot of methods out there and some work better than others. This
    method that I posted in this video has been effective for me but whatever
    works for you go with it. I have had some work well for awhile but over
    time not so well:-)