At last … here is a comprehensive guide to “Impact Value Handicapping” for the serious horse player in the 21st century.
The original Percentages & Probabilities was written by Dr. Frederick Davis way back in 1974 and created an entirely new approach to handicapping thoroughbred horse races. It was Davis who invented “Impact Value Tables” which resulted in a new type of handicapping discipline … something that was new and radical … and successful.
Dr. William Quirin wrote Winning at the Races in 1979, an important and expanded version of the concept developed by Frederick Davis five years earlier.
And now … there is Percentages & Probabilities 2012, a quantum leap forward on the original handicapping discipline created so many years ago.
Percentages & Probabilities 2012 is essentially a combination of the two earlier works … and much, much more – a dramatically expanded version filled with new information.
It includes 24 ready-to-use systems and more than 100 individual impact value tables for each system that have been designed to allow you to customize each system for your own personal use.
In fact, there are: more than 2,000 complete impact value tables and countless “global” IV tables that are not part of a single, individual system, but can be used to apply to the many systems in the book.
Percentages & Probabilities 2012 will really help you – the serious horse player – to look at the different elements in a race, such as race type … distance … surface … track condition … and others – more effectively than you have in the past.
Over 400 pages plus another 1,300 pages of IV Tables! Comes in E-Book (PDF) format, with IV tables in both PDF and CSV format (easily opened in a spreadsheet).
Order it today.
Posted by Emilio on 2nd Jan 2016
Very educational, this is a must source of information if you are going to seriously get into handicapping!
Posted by Horseplayer on 28th Dec 2015
Are layoffs over 30 days bad bets? Do inside posts win more than their fair share of races? Find answers to these questions and more in this data-packed book.
Posted by Dave Litfin on 15th Jun 2015
Many myths debunked here by the cold, hard facts. Possibilities limitless for odds-line makers and angle players.
Posted by Ray Scalise on 23rd Aug 2012
I have never understood the correlation of percentages and probabilities. This book does a good explanation.
Posted by Stan on 22nd Aug 2012
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. For anybody serious about winning at the race track i found that this book has some interesting statistics that any one can use.
Posted by Jack on 10th Aug 2012
Seems to be a very good product. I do have some questions. Putting it to work at my local track stand by for a honest review.