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February, 2006                                 VOL. 20, NO. 2


>>ALL-Ways Version 12 Handicapping Software
>>Winning Wednesdays at
>>HR Workout Reports for Oaklawn Park
>>Ten "A" Turf Sires for Handicappers to Profit from in 2006
>>Track Stats 2006

>>Menu of Expert Selections
>>February Racing Calendar

ALL-Ways Version 12 Handicapping Software

Allways Version 12 Handicapping Software

If you haven't upgraded to the new version 12.0 of ALL-Ways software, or better yet have never tapped into the potential of this handicapping program, now is the perfect time. Frandsen Publishing and have teamed up to give you 3 free data files in February, a $42 value! To download the new version free of charge, click on the "Free Software" link on the homepage.

Summary of New Features in Version 12

If you have been following the Wagering Series in the ALL-Ways Newsletters, you know how important it is to be able to:

  1. Classify crowd favorites as legitimate, vulnerable or false

  2. Identify the two non-favorite horses most likely to win the race

  3. Identify a good non-favorite Key Horse. And, you know that a good place to start is with the horses designated by ALL-Ways as Contenders or as Dangerous Non-Contenders (DNCs). The task then is to upgrade or downgrade these horses by looking at specific groups of handicapping factors, by looking at the pace scenario in the race and by looking at some specific situational handicapping factors. The new ALL-Ways Version 12 software has been designed with all of this in mind.

Version 12 lets you set your preferences for ALL-Ways to use normal or tight settings for making Contender designations and also for making DNC designations.

The new Spot Play/Final Process Handicapping Report leads you through a process to make your final handicapping and wagering decisions in an efficient and effective manner.

The comprehensive analyses of the Spot Play/Final Process handicapping factors in Version 12 reveal vital information helpful for the final selections of win, place, show and 4th place finishers.

An electronic wager teller is built into ALL-Ways Version 12 for you to quickly and easily cost and create your wagers by simply clicking your computer mouse button. And, the results are automatically captured by ALL-Ways to calculate payoffs, refunds and the profit/loss of every wager.

The extensive wagering analysis reports in Version 12 maintain accounting records of your wagers and evaluate your wagering performance by type of wager (Exactas, Superfectas, Pick 4s, etc.), by wager structure (boxing multiple horses, using Key Horses, etc.) and by race type.

Start using ALL-Ways handicapping software today. Take advantage of 3 complimentary data files during February.

Note: ALL-Ways Newsletters are posted on the BRIS website for you to use and they are always free to download and read. The first four parts of the five-part Wagering Series are included in the newsletters dating back to January 2005. Access the link to the newsletters on the ALL-Ways data files page at

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FREE Handicapping Reports every week at

Every Wednesday in February, members will have free access to a featured handicapping product. Visit us online every Tuesday this month to access an exciting, new surprise for the next day's races. It's our way of saying 'thank you' to all of our valued customers while letting you experience some new handicapping tools.

How do I take advantage?

There will be a link from the homepage at This will take you to a special page announcing the giveaway for the following day's races.

What reports will be given away?

We wouldn't want to ruin the surprise! However, expect to see some of our most popular and premier handicapping reports.

Bookmark racing's #1 website today; or better yet, make it your homepage* for quick and easy access to the daily specials. With the best racing in the country now in progress, you can't afford to miss a single day at

*using Microsoft Internet Explorer, click on 'Tools', then 'Internet Options' to set as your default homepage whenever you log onto the Internet. Instructions vary by browser and versions.

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Introducing Workout Reports from Handicapper's Report for the OAKLAWN PARK Meeting!We are pleased to announce racing's premier workout service, Handicapper's Report is now available for the Oaklawn Park meet. A fixture in Southern California since 1975, the Handicapper's Report now covers the following tracks - Aqueduct, Oaklawn, and Santa Anita. The popular Kentucky clocker is down in Hot Springs, Arkansas covering this important meet.

Used by top Thoroughbred owners and leading handicappers, Handicapper's Report has a loyal following because it gives users access to privileged information that the overwhelming majority of the betting public is not using.

"I've been a satisfied user of Handicapper's Report for 15 years. The trip notes serve as a backup for my own notes, and the workout reports are excellent. I highly recommend Handicapper's Report." ~Barry Meadow, author

The reports can be purchased individually each day or via a subscription plan (monthly installments). For a full overview of the pricing visit us online at

Log on today and subscribe to a discounted meet package for Oaklawn Park!

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Ten 'A' Turf Sires for Handicappers to Profit from in 2006

One of the most valuable assets a horseplayer can own is the ability to spot potential overlays, and one method that can be successful comes through following stallions and finding ones whose progeny continually overachieve when raced on the turf. Even many novice players are aware of the merits of many of the top stallions, limiting their usefulness in regard to finding value. However, with the help of the recently published 2006 edition of the SIRE STATS book and some additional research, astute handicappers are able to isolate less well-known sires who may be profitable to follow.

Last year's leading Californian turf sire, UNUSUAL HEAT (Nureyev), is a good example. Even though he was rated "A+" at the start of the year, eight of his 34 turf winners in 2005 were largely ignored at the betting windows, returning more than $20 for each $2 win wager, including a $72 payout for Sweet Gazelle at Del Mar; $44 for Master Heat's Santa Anita victory; and a $52 return on Hot Grip at Hollywood Park. 

Being by Nureyev, who is also the sire of top turf stallion Theatrical (Ire), and out of a Scandinavian champion who also won the Flower Bowl H (G1), Unusual Heat has every right, pedigree-wise, to make a top stallion. His racing career began in Ireland, where, hindered by unsuitably soft ground, his best finish was a second in a Group 2 event. After missing his five-year-old season, Unusual Heat was sent to California at six where he showed ability for Richard Mandella before being claimed for $80,000 by trainer Barry Abrams. Unfortunately, he bowed a tendon two starts later while putting up his best stateside performance, a wire-to-wire victory at Hollywood Park.

After some efforts to sell him did not materialize, Abrams and partner Madelaine Auerbach decided to stand Unusual Heat themselves. They bred him to their own mares and raced his offspring. As a result of his success, Unusual Heat's stud fee has risen from $3,500 to $12,500 in 2006, and he's being bred to better mares. His best runners to date have been Clement Hirsch H (G2) winner Tucked Away, California Cup Mile victor Lennyfromalibu and the Grade 2-placed Juliesugardaddy, and one has to assume that more success is to come in the future. Next comes...

Visit the Handicapper's Edge at for the rest of Tim's story and his nine other turf sires to follow. Click on the link for Pedigree Handicapping and choose the January 13th article.

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Menu of Expert Selections

Menu of Expert Selections

The best racing in the country is now in full swing, with Aqueduct, Gulfstream Park, Oaklawn and Santa Anita all running. The WIZARD should be on your side every day with expert handicapping analysis. Find the Wizard product that's best suits your style of wagering:

Daily Selections ($6) - full card analysis with top picks for all major tracks. In Feb. the Wizard is covering Aqueduct, Gulfstream Park, Oaklawn Park, Santa Anita, Tampa Bay and Turfway Park.

Pick of the Day ($6) - the Wizard scours the nation to find his one best value play. This popular report includes a pace analysis, detailed commentary, and wagering strategies. At this same time of the year in 2005, the Pick of the Day was absolutely on fire. It ended the entire 2005 campaign with a very strong rate of 37% winners.

Simulcast Best Bets ($10) - all the Wizard's Crystal Ball plays from his daily sheets along with wagering strategies for each race. The Pick of the Day is included at no extra charge.

Pick-3/Pick-6/Trifecta Plays ($10) - the Wizard extracts the best opportunities from all the major tracks to come up with detailed wagers just for this sheet. Let the Wizard help you nail a big score.

Dime Superfecta Play ($5) - the latest addition to the Wizard menu, this sheet looks to take advantage of this tax-friendly wager. Most of the opportunities will come from Oaklawn Park and Santa Anita.

Major Race Selections ($10 to $15) - on major weekends during the road to the Triple Crown, the Wizard provides special combo packages with analysis and wagering strategies of several major races in one sheet. Look for the announcements for "major race" picks on

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February 2006 Racing Calendar

[Click Here] - Updated on the 1st of every month

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