The Psychology of Thoroughbred Handicapping: Lessons and Valuable Insights
Locate a Copy
The application of basic human psychology to the activity of thoroughbred handicapping can go a long way to develop expert skill and earn consistent profits at the track. In these pages, Prof. Thomas Wilson shares an entirely original perspective on the art of the game that brings to life the past performance data and reveals new dimensions about the "game inside" the mind of the handicapper.
Two Peas Press
handicapping, thoroughbred horse racing, human psychology, wagering decisions, Horse racing, Sports betting, Cognitive psychology
Wilson, Thomas L., "The Psychology of Thoroughbred Handicapping: Lessons and Valuable Insights" (2007). Faculty Books. 30.