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A Little Different Way of Looking at That Trifecta Box

When I'm playing trifectas, I have a method where I classify all races as one of three types, with each type contributing about an equal number of races. There is one of the three sets of races that had been tougher to get to be profitable, so I sat down at the computer one day to get it figured out. It turned out to be an interesting lesson in wagering strategies.

Who Can Beat the Favorite in the #1 Box? The Favorite in the #6 Box!

Some things just don't work out the way you expect. In greyhound racing, many things that you think you know, aren't actually true. Things are counter-intuitive! For example, let's say you have a crowd favorite starting from the #1 box. And in another race, you have an equally-strong favorite starting from the #6 box. Which one has the higher probability of winning?

Who's the Favorite???

Considering only the greyhounds' talent, how often is the best dog in the #1 box? How often is the best dog in the #2 box? How about the #3 box?...

Structuring Trifecta Wagers: Avoiding the Lazy Wager

I bet (if you'll pardon the pun!) that you've never heard of "lazy wagering" before. I see this all the time at the track, and am guilty of it myself from time to time. But I'm trying to get better!

I think it happens because handicapping the greyhounds is more exciting than deciding which wagers to make. And I think people fall into lazy wagering because they get into the habit of handicapping each race and then making the same old wager every time. Boy, does that cost people a lot of money.

I ran into this when I was working on some races at Orange Park. I was confronted with a series of grade A races that I wanted to play.

Racing Greyhounds Tip Sheets On-Track at Wheeling Island Racetrack

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Stat Attack On-Track at Victoryland Greyhound Park

At Victoryland Greyhound Park in Shorter, Alabama, you'll find the Stat Attack sold on-track. Look for it where programs or tip sheets are sold!

Mastering the Trifecta Wager

At the greyhound track, there is a lot of money in the trifecta pool. Trifecta wagering offers huge payoffs and some challenges.

Thousands in Profits Made In Two Days

One of our Racing Greyhounds Tip Sheet customers called in today to thank us and let us know how hot our sheet had been for him the last two days. He played the Orange Park Wednesday evening card, and the Palm Beach Thursday afternoon card, and took home several thousand dollars in profits! Needless to say this got me curious, so I took a closer look at those two Tip Sheets! It all started right away in the 1st race at Orange.

How Does Gordon Handicap?

If you would like to learn how Gordon handicaps the greyhounds, take a look at the articles he wrote for Racing Greyhounds magazine.