OVERVIEW OF THE SERIES
Many people voiced their opinions on whichÂ influential horse handicapping authors they would like to explore, and I have developed the series to explore these authorsâ€™ theories, ideas, and how they shaped handicapping in general. More importantly, how the concepts can be applied today.
Here are some of the authors we will explore:
- Tom Ainslie Ainslieâ€™s Complete Guide to Thoroughbred Handicapping 1968
- Frederick Davis Percentages and Probabilities 1973
- Andy Beyer Picking Winners
- William Quirin Winning at the Races 1979
- Howard Sartin Yellow Manual 1983
- Tom Brohamer Brohamer Model 1985
- Tom Brohamer Modern Pace Handicapping 1991
- Tom Hambleton and Dick Schmidt Pace Makes the Race 1991
- Dick Mitchell Common Sense Handicapping 1993
- Dave Schwartz Percentages and Probabilities 2012
In the series, we will go over concepts and ideas that may have been missed in the original readings. Please note:Â These are notÂ Book Reviews! These are concepts which have merit todayÂ – perhaps in a different context to what the original author intended.
CHAPTER 1: Howard Sartin’s Yellow Manual
The first podcast of the series will explore Howard Sartinâ€™s Yellow Manual from 1983.Â Even if you were never exposed to the Sartin Materials, you will enjoy this lesson.