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Ed Bain

Ed Bain has been producing stats for a long time.  He concentrates on layoffs, claims, firsters, and a bunch of other categories.  I find his material useful and he has been giving it away for a while.  He does not study surface or distance switchers.  Similarly, he does not study private purchases or ship ins.

He is starting a new service today which is incredibly priced at 18 bucks for 6 months and less than 3o for a year.  I bought in and perhaps you might want to check it out yourself.

I receive no kickback from Ed.  I don’t recall every meeting him or speaking to him.  I have corresponded with him via email on a few occasions with questions about his material.

You can access his payment page here.

About The Author

Mark Geiger
I was born and raised in Chicago. I first went to old Sportsman's Park in Chicago in 1968 and have been hooked ever since. In the 90's I published Sherlock's Trainer Report which reported on trainer patterns on the California circuits. In the interim, my involvement with this game has been as a fan and wagerer. I study human intention and proficiency. At the track, this often takes the form of changes in a horse's condition or its rider. I look for price horses. I do this by examining factors that the public minimizes. Find a horse that you like that the public should not and you might have a value play. I also employ a methodology that focuses on horses that have a good chance of landing in the exacta. While many of these are chalk horses, an occasional price horse pops up. These exacta horses, which are listed here everyday, run first or second at least 40% of the time. In a game where 20% is a high batting average, the possibilities are endless.


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