Betting on Horse Racing For Dummies Paperback
by Richard Eng
How to enjoy a day at the races-and bet to win! The last two years have seen a record number of Americans tune in for climatic Triple Crown races featuring Smarty Jones and Funny Cide; in 2004, television viewership jumped a whopping 61 percent over the record set in 2003, and the Belmont Stakes race itself drew a record crowd of more than 120,000!
This easy-to-understand guide shows first-time visitors to the track how to enjoy the sport of horse racing-and make smart bets.
It explains what goes on at the track, what to look for in horses and jockeys, how to read a racing form and do simple handicapping, and how to manage betting funds and make wagers that stand a good chance of paying off.
Complete with coverage of off-track and online betting, it's just what anyone needs to play the ponies-and win!
Richard Eng (Las Vegas, NV) is a racing writer and handicapper for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, a columnist for the Daily Racing Form, and the host of a horseracing radio program in Las Vegas.
He was formerly a part of the ABC Sports team that covered the Triple Crown.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 384 pages, Illustrations
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Publication Date: 29/03/2005
- Category: Gambling: theories & methods
- ISBN: 9780764578403
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