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Links

Below we have lots of links for learning to improve your skill at playing the horses. Many people ask why we would provide these links. We feel that the more informed a horseplayer you are the more you can appreciate the quality of our picks. Good luck in your quest for thoroughbred handicapping knowledge.

 

For those of you looking to improve your handicapping skills, we recommend Betting Thoroughbreds: A Professional's Guide for the Horseplayer: Second Revised Edition Highly recommended.

For lots of handicapping information go to: Handicapping.com or Cindy Pierson Dulay's horse-races.net. Highly recommended

Of course, we all use the Daily Racing Form for comprehensive past performances. They also have a excellent glossary of racing terms. In addition the site has some great articles about learning how to play the horses. Highly recommeded for pros and amateurs.

Another place to learn about betting the horses: Horse Betting Guides

FlyingFilly.com provides lots of horse racing information that you won't see on any other sites. It also has links to a multitude of horse racing sites.

And for those of you ready to buy a horse you might try....... "Foolish Dream Farm offers select speed bred prospects. Specializing in the Running Quarter Horse, Barrel and Pole Bending Horses. World Class pedigrees, proven bloodlines. Registered AQHA Appendix and American Appendix Horse. Site includes a Dedication Page for Champion and Kentucky Derby Winner, Foolish Pleasure."

Simonsayracing.com - Great site for novice and seasoned players alike! Free audio show, free and premium selections, and much, much more!

If you want to read a great article on the historic Seabiscuit vs. War Admiral race written by Grantland Rice, go to Second Running for lots of great horse racing history.

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