Monday, August 30, 2010

McBride From The Archives-Wasting Money

By" Bad Bill" McBride

Like the greyhound races? I do! After attending thousands of thoroughbred and harness races,in 1981 I switched to the dog tracks.
The best part? In my opinion there are several attractions. The races tend to move along a lot quicker, with fewer delays. Typically there are no more than 14-15 minutes between races. And there are never any delays due to "objections" or "disqualifications".
But my favorite angle is the fact.......

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

The "Pros" Are Ready Are You?

Early signups are now underway for the 2010 Handicapping Challenge of “The Pros” vs “The Public” and its shaping up to be an exciting and innovative contest. This contest, to be run over a series of Saturday nights in September, is drawing huge interest and the slots are filling up fast. Most of the “Professionals are already in place and we are just waiting for those who are brave enough to take them on.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Handicapping Challenge Now Accepting Entries!

Watch the video and then join the 2010 Handicapping Challenge
and take on "The Pros". See if you have what it takes to become
the 2010 Champion. Sign up at

Friday, August 20, 2010

Fink From The Archives:Dogs Moving Up

The Way a greyhound wins is biggest factor in moving up.

By far the toughest races for greyhounds to win is when they go from grade BB to grade
A, or grade B to grade A,and when it jumps from a secondary grade A race to a top grade A.  Of course, that's no big secret. What is, is the fact that when a greyhounds wins a race, the way it won will determine its chances to win within three starts in the...

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Monday, August 9, 2010

McBride From The Archives - Winning Without Handicapping

by Bad Bill McBride

It is possible to make a modest profit at some greyhound tracks without doing any handicapping. Under some conditions it is possible to come out ahead by wagering on the handicapping of your fellow fans, as deduced by the odds shown on the tote board.

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Monday, August 2, 2010

Fink From The Archives - Changing Distances

Jack Fink's Proven Betting Angles
Sprinters Save Energy Moving to 3/8 (660)

It has been said that success is achieved by doing those things that failures do not like doing. I wish I had said it first. It's really something to think about. 

Learning greyhound handicapping successfully is...
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Who comes to mind in current greyhound racing? Watch the videos: