WIN AT GREYHOUND RACING. By H. Edwards Clarke.
1974 1st edition. Paperback issue. 8vo paperback (124 x 196mm). Pp163. B/w photographs and should 'never bet more than you can cheerfully afford to lose', the author aims to convince and encourage the reader that he can enjoy the process of setting his views and opinions, plus the weight of his concentrated study of a Race Card, against the professionals - the Racing Manager and the Bookmaker - and, moreover, to his profit! Win at Greyhound Racing is a fully descriptive book of the greyhound racing scene, and emphasizes both the conditions and setting of the stage on which greyhounds race as well as the qualities required of the successful performers themselves". Chapters include:- The origin of greyhound racing; The shape of greyhound racing; How to assess a greyhound; How to assess a track; How to read a race; How to analyse a race; How to pick winners: on form; How to pick winners: on fitness; How to pick winners: on family; How to pick winners: on class; How to bet; The hall of fame. There are also two glossaries of race card abbreviations and racing terms from both the UK and the USA as well as appendices on the Do's and don'ts of successful betting; hints for winner spotters and race-courses in the UK, Ireland and the USA.
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|Author||Clarke (Herbert Edwards).|
|ISBN||0091202515 / 0091202515.|
|Book Description||Hinges tender but a good-plus paperback.|