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Old 12-07-2018, 06:24 PM   #1
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Book Review Horse Racing Dynamics: How To Master Maiden Races

Longtime Sartin Methodology client and member of Pace and Cap
N.E Broat AKA "Omar" Has written a very good book about betting maiden races

Horse Racing Dynamics: How To Master Maiden Races - A BluePrint for Success

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I received this book about 2 weeks ago, It was written by an old friend from back in the days when I was first starting out with Richie at the Meadowlands
When I opened the package I thought, Oh well good for Niel, "Omar" but I really never had much desire to read a book about maiden races.

I have known Niel for 21 years. Niel has been a Sartin client since the mid-eighties. Niel is an excellent handicapper and very nice guy. Once I gave the book a chance, I was very impressed
Niel has written a very good book about maiden races, and how to bet them.
The book teaches a method that is so easy to follow and I must say I am very impressed with the few races I have used the methods outlined in the book.

The book consists of 10 maiden races handicapped step by step by Niel
The races are from Gulfstream, Tampa Bay, Santa Anita, and Fairgrounds
Each race starts out with clear unmarked large print past performances.
provided by Post Time Daily 2.0 TM A result chart from Equibase TM follows each race example.
Each race is presented in the style which I love. This style is right out of the Follow-Ups and one I have used here at Pace and Cap for years.

Each race shows the PP's and then Niel goes over horse by horse in a detailed analysis, Each race is clearly taught as for why each horse is a contender or can be tossed.


The 10 example races vary in winning scores for low to amazing

I have never been a maiden race player. Maiden races with many unknowns
like first-time starters or very few pacelines have always been taught to be avoided within the methodology, But in today's racing with so many generous mutuals opportunities from horizontal bets, It is vital today to include maiden races.

I give the book "Horse Racing Dynamics: How To Master Maiden Races - A BluePrint for Success" A 9.5 rating It is a down and dirty workbook
The PP's are in a big clear full page format. So many handicapping books reduce the PP's way too small and blurry. Not the case here.
Niel presents each race and review in a friends-helping friends style
that all readers of Pace and Cap will appreciate

Great work "Omar"

"Horse Racing Dynamics: How To Master Maiden Races - A Blueprint For Success" on Ebay under horse racing systems (fan apparel sports). Any questions you can email him at mrhandicapper@aol.com

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Old 12-07-2018, 10:20 PM   #2
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Is he just showing examples for how he does the race or is there a method for choosing his horses? I am interested!
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Old 12-07-2018, 11:29 PM   #3
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I should let Omar

Hi Conley

I should let Omar take over questions at this point,
My opinion though is, the book teaches concepts in the same format as was presented in all the early Follow Ups "Problem Races" and manual examples

Each race is worked in a conceptual format. As in real life, every race is unique There is a worksheet which can be photocopied included.

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Old 12-08-2018, 06:25 PM   #4
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I was just thinking today what I should get myself for Christmas.
Good timing - thanks for the heads up - I ordered a copy today!
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Old 12-08-2018, 08:32 PM   #5
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I was just thinking today what I should get myself for Christmas.
Good timing - thanks for the heads up - I ordered a copy today!
Thank you Tom

Omar is a very humble guy , He has a winning attitude Very quiet in real life

Merry Christmas

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