In The Complete Handicapper, James Quinn draws on his more than four decades of experience to lay out everything you need to know to pick winners at the track. In a clear, instructive style, Quinn demystifies the handicapping process and underlines the most important aspects - ones that even everyday horseplayers sometimes overlook in favor of less important ephemera. The Complete Handicapper is required reading for anyone serious about winning money at the racetrack.
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Like his hero Tom Ainslie, James Quinn has taught generations of racing fans how to get an edge playing the horses. In The Complete Handicapper, he presents all his best ideas in one volume - with many brand new insights as well. From an overview of the fundamentals, to the nuances of handicapping on the big days, to keeping up with all the ever-changing aspects of the modern game, Quinn covers it all and in the process arms the horseplayer with all the tools needed to become a winning player.