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One of Britain’s leading horse racing experts has penned a self-help guide that promises to help readers ”make a fortune” on the Sport of Kings.
A.J Duncan’s ‘Logical Racing’ lifts the lid on the industry and reveals ”what the bookies don’t want you to know”.
Based on two decades’ of research, the author identifies the secrets that all consistently successful race horse investors rely on.
According to Mr Duncan the ”better’s bible” will enable readers to pick winners and ”cash in big” on a regular basis.
It will also help people avoid common betting mistakes, better understand relevant racing form, how to value jockeys/horses and course form from the outset.
AJ Duncan, a 20-year racing veteran, also debunks the myths of betting – and reveals the scams behind other ‘winning’ systems.
The author cites an extended losing streak back in the 1980s as the spur to action.
Speaking yesterday, he said: “I was a typical punter indiscriminately betting on anything. Gradually the truth dawned on me: it is utter madness to expect to make a profit by behaving in this way.
“With a young family to support, I couldn’t afford to keep making a loss and to be honest gambling had stopped being fun, becoming an expensive, boring habit.
“I stepped back and started studying racing, keeping detailed records of selection processes, staking and returns. Over time I realised where I was being successful and where I was failing.
“As I learned, it’s all about finding and practicing a system. Logical Racing will give punters the correct tools and advice to help keep the bank secure and earn a return from their investing.”
Logical Racing (ISBN: 9780956587701) is out now in paperback priced £25. Visit www.logicalhorseracing.co.uk
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