Your best bet for American Quarter Horse handicapping.
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- An Off-Season Handicapping Primer - by Michael Cusortelli
- The four Ts of Quarter Horse handicapping - by Ed Burgart
- First-Time Starters: Tips for Handicapping Early-Season 2-Year-old Races - by Ed Burgart
- The Morning Line: There is a Method to Predicting the Odds of a Race - by Ed Burgart
- Tapping into American Quarter Horse Racing Pools: Tips for Thoroughbred Players - by Denis Blake
- Comparing Speed: Consider the Track at which a Speed Index was Achieved - by Ed Burgart
- Speed Indexes VS. Beyer Figures - by Denis Blake
- Texas Speed Trap: Making Your Own Speed Figures - by Randy Moss
Wagering and Handicapping Guides
AQHA's Introductory Guide to Wagering is an excellent resource for beginners; it walks the reader through all major aspects of wagering on American Quarter Horses in an easy-to-read format.
Our Handicapping Guide takes a more advanced and in-depth look at handicapping American Quarter Horses. It's still a great resource for beginners and intermediates, and also includes plenty of information for the existing Thoroughbred handicapper.
Ready to try some casual handicapping? Read the Q-Racing Aces' 5-Easy Steps to get you started!
Speed and Class
Be sure to learn all about the new Equibase Speed Figure.
TrackMaster is AQHA's official handicapping services provider. TrackMaster offers a variety of handicapping products including their newQuarter Horse Speed and Class Ratings.
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