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As you tell from the title this book has a specific focus on flat handicaps and predominantly, but not exclusively, sprint handicaps. NOTE: I should probably dust this one off again after my flat season ! Predominantly National Hunt. About This Author A community committed to making racing fun, enjoyable and profitable in the long term. I will read and re-read this again a few times I think. His books are packed full of useful info and while written primarily for American racing, there is usually something in there to think about applying to our racing. So, if you have read something superb, that you could happily recommend, please do tell us. I should check everything on Amazon…. Paul works hard to ensure that the book is pact full of quotes from connections and he always has a couple of interviews with jockeys and pundits asking for their horses to follow. Hi Josh, Thanks for posting your reading list. Thanks for posting your reading list. I will add some of them to my shopping list! Below I have repeated a very old post which touches on some of the books that I first bought. Share This Post:. Shameless plug for one here Josh. This book is for those who would like to understand the complexities of betting and the language used. Thank you for posting this great reading list! His racing and betting diary is fascinating and you learn so much about race analysis. American orientated and more focused on flat racing and a believer in the X rated heart theory i. What I learnt most from this book was the importance of race reading and learning about what Kevin looks for etc. Horsetrader: Robert Sangster and the Rise and Fall of the Sport of Kings —— brilliant read focusing on the battles between sangster and the sheiks to buy the offspring of northern dancer ,available on amazon. Currently reading Black Box Thinking by Matthew Syed,more to do with mind set but really enjoying it so far. I bought this book for the first time this year and it is packed full of information. Frankel for eg has a Large Heart pedigree and we all know what that horse achieved and why his progeny are sort after.. He also has a follow up book out next week. Hilarious and moving by turn. This last book is a slim volume of pages but is an excellent visual guide in what to look for in a good race horse and will help in paddock watching…They are not cheap but worth the money and can be found on Amazon have not checked recently to see if they are still available but are definatley worth having as reference books and for anyone interested in breeding. Best regards, Gerry. Hello Josh, Thank you for posting this great reading list!{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It covers all three codes and gives you plenty to think about and apply to your own approach. Its focus is more on the types of bets, numbers and statistics and the core theme that runs through the book is a look at profitable trends and how to bet them. A mix of those you can read for entertainment and those that require more in depth thinking would be superb. In addition to trainer based systems and hose profiling my own betting approach on the flat is to focus on sprint handicaps and I found this book very informative. This is just a fun book to read and I enjoyed doing so while on holiday over the summer. Words From The Wise. Also the life and times of Fred Archer. Every chapter has a different author including Paul Kealy, Nick Mordin again! They take you into 19th and early 20th century racing. Great read. In this book he talks about the importance of betting against the crowd, using pedigrees as a basis for systems, exploiting repeat patterns, the effect of weight on performance, using class, a chapter on international racing, the psychology of betting, how to interpret statistics, how hype distorts the betting market and much more. Again the best part for me is the betting diary and talking through all of his bets during the course of the Irish Flat Season. Cheers Josh Tweet. I will add some of them to my own shopping list. But, in any case, it is super valuable for me. You also learn a lot about his personal approach and what he considers when wagering. Try Colin Tinklers autobiography. The wisdom of crowds by James Surowiecki is another interesting book which I read a good few years ago. Title: The Definitive Guide to Betting on the Horses Author: Racing Post expert series Published: If you are new to the Sport of Kings and want a book that provides a general, informative, introduction to racing then you could do much worse than read this. Yes it was published in but the majority of the content is still relevant. If you are enjoy researching your own systems, angles or ideas this book is sure to spark your imagination. Title: One Jump Ahead, Mark Howard I bought this book for the first time this year and it is packed full of information. I have met Paul a couple of times at Aintree and he lives and breathes National Hunt Racing, especially when it comes to unexposed horses that are open to improvement. Vol 3. Certainly a lack of what you and I may call inside information is no barrier to punting success. There are numerous fascinating chapters, in addition to the horses to follow including a Stable Round up section. Title: Various books by Andrew Beyer. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Below is a post I appear to repeat every year — a discussion on a few racing books of interest. Keep them coming. Many of the themes covered by the chapters are familiar Horses style of running, draw and class however there are a few that stand out. My only other book written by Mr Mordin but another must read if you are interested in systematic approaches to betting. Similar in context to what Mark Howard puts up but trainers interviewed do vary with some smaller yards like Kenneth Slack for example. The book is packed full of useful information and the 23 chapters cover everything from the philosophy of gambling, to sex, headgear, trainers, jockeys, fitness, jumping etc. Wonderful book. A superb book that is both very informative and engaging. Published: Every year at the moment, has been on sale for a few months. The collected works of Fenman, from the monthly magazine Racing Ahead. The former is based on US racing and the reader will need to consider how to apply the principles to British fare. In fact even if you are an old hand at the game you may learn something new reading this. Now, the problem with most of those books is that it is a bit pricy to order them to Finland, where I live. A bit left field, granted, but these are some pretty solid texts for those looking to integrate overseas angles into their play. Every year come Christmas I usually like to buy a few racing books to keep me entertained- a mix of the fiction and non-fiction and anything in between. This is the 25th year he has been doing this. Vol 2. If you are new to the Sport of Kings and want a book that provides a general, informative, introduction to racing then you could do much worse than read this. It is simply excellent. I really enjoy when the authors talk through their approach on a race by race basis and these chapters can be the most revealing of them all. There are no doubt many great books I have yet to discover. Would recommend Paul Fergusons jumpers to follow a few winners already this season. I have slightly altered the race values,But is still going strong. Hi Michael here, Two wonderful reads if you can get hold of them. It is very light reading and the kind of book you can just dip in and out of every now and then, chapter to chapter. Plenty to recommend,Josh e. My list is getting rather long. Most of those titles are simply great and worth the money. It got me thinking about how favourites in certain conditions can be very profitable over a relevant sample size and time frame. This is a great little book because you basically get an over the shoulder view of the approach of a Pro-Punter. I have updated it with a few others of interest also. Predominantly National Hunt All in all a must read in my opinion. If you like tracking and following the development of National Hunt horses then this book is a must read at the start of every season. It is packed full of useful information and contrarian thinking which I certainly found enlightening. So, please do share your own favourites in the comments below. Great fun. If you like your flat handicaps, and sprint handicaps in particular, then I think this is a must read and you are sure to learn something new. Some cracking comments here gents, thanks very much! I personally prefer the latter but its another source of useful information. Finally Nick puts his approach into practice and talks through many of his bets. How To Breed Classic Racehorses.. If you are interested in breeding then you cannot better the books by Sarah Montgomery as comprehensive guide into what to look for in a race horse. Two others are on the shelves, Betting for a Living and Winning without Thinking……and I have never read either properly.