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Friday, July 25, 2008
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DRF Handicapping Resources

hand-i-cap (han-dee-kap) noun, verb, -capped, -capping: a) to attempt to predict the winner of a contest (esp. a horse race), as by comparing past performances of the contestants. b) to assign odds for or against (any particular contestant) to win a contest or series of contests: "He handicapped the Yankees at 2-to-1 to take the series from the Cardinals." -

Handicapping Tools and Resources

  • Flash tutorial: How to read past performances
  • Get a handicapping edge: Learn to use Beyer Speed Figures and Moss Pace Figures
  • Handicapping blogs: The Inside Post
  • Video: Weekend Warrior
  • Racing history: Memorable Moments
  • Workouts: Daily track and work time information
  • Track Information: Monmouth
  • Track Information: Saratoga
  • Track Information: Del Mar