Robert Saviola and I've been at the race track even while I
was in my mother's womb! (My father's been going to the race
track before I was even born and my mother was always with
I know what it's like to lose money at the
track. We've all been there. Losing is not fun. No one likes
to lose and now... you don’t have
to lose anymore.
We All Like Winning, Don't We?
And, we all know what it's like to win every
so often... but I know what it's like to win a LOT — more often
than the "average Joe" at the tracks!
grew up on the "bettor side" of the racetrack.
My dad wasn't involved much with the horses or the back
stretch... he was involved with wagering on them.
my father is very competitive. Like
you, he hated to lose
in anything... he needed to win. So, he would study
that racing form and worship it as if it was, well... the
answer to all life!
used to tell him that if he ever paid that much attention
in school, he may have found the cure for cancer or something
equally as great.)
he devoted his life to the
racing form and he became a master at it. He
became one of the best
handicappers I've ever known.
Later, I took his knowledge that he had
and went to the racetrack and made LOTS of money.
Even As a Kid, I Made Money At the Track!
Even as a kid — and I'm talking like
14 or 15 years old —
and I'm introducing other kids to betting on horses... they
would be AMAZED while at the race track how I'd
actually sweep cards!!
On numerous occasions I
would pick the winner in every race.
And, I have had that happen at two race tracks
on the same day!
Sweeping a race card is very rare and most
handicappers never experience it... but, I'd remember the days
when I swept the race card regularly.
(It's just that the average race horse of today
has more talent than the average race horse of yesterday.)
So Much Information Now
But, as fierce as the competition is, the
resource of information has grown immensely. There's
never been as much information available to help you pick winners
at the race track than there is now.
The KEY is that
you need to be able to DECIPHER that information...
and actually put it into workable terms where YOU can
predict the outcome of a race from the numbers you
see on the printed page.
This Is Where It Gets
When I got out of the
military, I actually started working on the horses on the
back stretch. There I was... 21 years old... and I'm at the
race track grooming horses, training horses — eventually
driving horses — and
I eventually got to know the game from both sides
of the race track .
front side and the back side.
Then I took all that knowledge, after working
and learning all those years on the back side, which horse
brought me to the ranks of the leading driver UDRS rating over
Raceway in the winter meet of 1990.
A Lucky Break...!
However, it was never
printed in the forms... because you had to have so many starts
to be the leading driver
— although I did have the starts, it was an omission
on their part.
But, once you start to
learn how to look for
"lameness" in an animal... once you learn to see if an animal
is really physically fit... ready, mentally alert, etc., you
can tell — just by looking at a horse if that horse has
a shot to win!
But, many times, after
I decided on a horse to bet as I watched that horse warm
up, I thought to myself,
"That horse is lame or off, but certainly not hundred
I would then look for
the horse who I thought was "second best" to win the race... and
while most persons at the track were betting on the "lame" horse
at the short price... I was betting on the horse that didn't
look the best on paper, but ended up winning
happened a lot.
(This , of course is one of the
advanced techniques that I teach my clients at the track.)
The Missing Key
Class Structure is the missing key. Do
you know how to break the class structure code? Class
structures vary from race track to race track, and although
you may think that you have it figured
out at a particular race track, while wagering at another
race track — you may have your hat handed to you.
I will teach you how
to BREAK the class structure at most any race track!
I Doing This?
Many people wonder: Why
am I creating a product to give away this valuable
Well, several weeks ago,
my partner and co-author, Bryan Toder, called me on the
phone to ask me that same question. He recorded some
of that conversation and here's a small part of it. It's
just a bit over 3 minutes, but fascinating as hell:
An Old Saying...
I got to know all aspects of this business.
Being a very competitive person, being that I enjoyed it and
I wanted to win... because if you don't win, you can
go broke fast and lose fortunes.
You know, there's an
old saying, "I knew a man who became a millionaire betting
on horse races. He started out a billionaire!"
A race horse is the only
animal that can take multiple people "for a ride" at the same time, if you know
what I mean.
So Much At Stake
Either way, at a young age, I
didn't have much money and I needed to be sure that every
dollar I bet — counted.
So, when I made those wagers, it was if my
life depended on those horses winning. It meant whether
or not I was going to eat that day.
And, when there's that much at stake, you find
a way to know which horse has the best chance at winning. And,
I myself, became one of those people that I felt: If
I only spent this much attention in school, I could've been
A Paradise, However...
horses became a way of life for me. It was very enjoyable
and, in a way, a paradise. I could be under a palm tree at
a race track, just enjoying the afternoon at a beautiful
park with horses racing — and
to think... you can actually make money at it!
But, remember: Money
management is everything! And, with
the proper training in handicapping and money management,
you can use the least amount of money to reap
the greatest profits.
wasn't even trying and I was winning!
that's how I got started in handicapping horses and becoming
an expert in this amazing field.
So, Who Is Robert Saviola...?
have been a race track handicapper
simulcast host for multiple racetracks." Look
Buffalo Raceway —
a Standard Bred racetrack.
Fort Erie Race Track & Presque Isle Downs —
two very prestigious Thoroughbred Racetracks.
Presque Isle Downs has
a tapeta racing surface — the only one with that surface.
It never gets muddy or slow... it's always a fast
Fort Erie Race Track is one of the most beautiful
racetracks in horse racing history and is over 100
Now, when I do the simulcast for the above
two race tracks, it airs at most OTB locations
in the United States and over the Internet throughout the world!
So when people around
the world are watching the live video feed and choosing
their horses, I'm the guy on TV preparing them for the upcoming
race by actually analyzing the
race — stating who is most likely to win and why.
also hosted a radio show in Buffalo, New York called The
World of Thoroughbred Racing which was a big hit
amongst Western New York and Southern Ontario (Canada) horse
Will This Really Work?
Because I give selections before each and every
race, people won't make a bet until they've heard what I had
to say about the race. They'll then use the numbers that I
select combined with their own selections to determine their
And daily — I mean DAILY — somebody
will come up to me and say, "I used the numbers you
selected and made a big winner today! Thank you!!!"
2 or 3 Right At The Wire!
I select what I believe to be the order of
the first 4 horses to finish each race. And, the horses I give out are in the order I
think they will finish. Now, of course I am usually wrong.
(Wow... did I actually write that?)
But, the horse
I selected to win is the winner 40 to 50 percent of the
time and finishes first or second 70 to 80 percent on the
time. Remember those top 4 horses that I select before
each race? Usually 3 of the 4 will finish in the top 4
And, that is what I show you
my amazing report!
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Starting with Thoroughbred
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