Guide to Wagering on American Quarter Horse Racing

Horse racing handicapping tips for the advanced Thoroughbred player as well as handicapping beginners.

A Guide to Wagering on American Quarter Horse Racing

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Welcome to American Quarter Horse racing. It’s a brand of excitement. that only America’s Fastest Athlete can deliver. Ours is an adrenaline-pumping sport, a classic confrontation of speed that you’re sure to love. The free e-book, Guide to Wagering on American Quarter Horse Racing, is here to get you started.

These muscular, American-bred speedsters are the sprinters of the racing world. Almost every race features a thrilling stretch run and a heart-stopping photo finish. Handicapping America’s Fastest Athlete is equally as thrilling and usually provides racing fans with a good return on their investment.

This free e-book covers:

  • An introduction to Quarter Horse racing.
  • Elements of handicapping and class.
  • Preparing before race day.
  • Past performances.
  • Paddock and post parade.
  • How to wager.
  • Types of races.
  • Handicapping sprinters.
  • Strategies for Thoroughbred players.
  • Handicapping 870-yard races.
  • Trip handicapping.
  • Class and speed figures.
  • Glossary.

If you’re a fan of Thoroughbred racing, you won’t be disappointed with our American Quarter Horse events. The excitement is real. And if you’re experienced with handicapping the Thoroughbreds, you’ll find yourself on familiar ground here because the similarities between the two breeds greatly outnumber the differences. Class, a prime factor with Thoroughbreds, also is important in handicapping American Quarter Horses. The major difference between the two is pace.

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