NewPace: Early vs. Late Video Seminar (Download)


NewPace – New Twist on an Established Horse Handicapping Approach

The NewPace seminar is a new take on pace handicapping. I know many of you have been using pace in your handicapping for years. I’m not telling you that you had it wrong all these years. I’m telling you this is a better way. And it is very different.

In the conventional approach to pace handicapping, what I like to call “Sartinian Pace,” (named after the father of pace handicapping, Howard Sartin) – you have the first call, the second call, and the stretch run. The emphasis in conventional pace is, “Where is the winner at a given point in the race?”

The second call, commonly referred to as “EP” or “Early Pace,” is usually considered the most important call in racing. In the NewPace seminar I will show you that not only is EP not the most important call in the race, it is actually the least important call!

I know that at this point some of you are prepared to stop reading but don’t give up on me yet because I’m going to prove it to you. When all is said and done in this seminar what you were going to see is that every race ultimately comes down to a battle of early versus late. Every single race.

Let me give you a big reason to give my approach a fair shot: prices.

If you’ve been a pace handicapper for a decade or more, you used to see a significant number of winners among your top two horses that paid $15, $20 or more. What you see now is $5-$8 payoffs. That’s because the public is on to you. They’ve been on to you for 10 or 15 years.

Well, they won’t be on to you with NewPace. Get ready to take pace handicapping to a whole new level!

Perhaps you need more convincing. In this seminar what we’re going to do is divide the horses into a battle between early and late. You’ll see that about 40% of the races will be won at the first call. The other 60% will be won later in the race.

Only in 14% of races does the winner challenge for the lead at the second call. That’s not very many winners.

Picture in your mind horses running down the back stretch. The horses that make their move and take the lead on the turn are usually much the best – and paid 4/5. Many other horses do make their move on the turn but they don’t actually take the lead until after the second call.

In this seminar we are going to shift your emphasis away from betting early, early, early, like everyone else does. Instead, we will consider early versus late, with a different definition of each.

Let me tell you that betting late horses does not produce prices like $5 and $7. Late horses produce prices like $20 and $78 and $212. Late is where most of the monster prices come from.

In fact, some of you may decide to ignore early horses completely and concentrate just on the late horses that the system selects. Those who choose to do this will probably become some of our most profitable members. You will certainly not have as high a rate but you will begin cashing tickets at a much higher price point.

Take the time, spend a little money, learn something new. Take your game to a whole new level.