NTRA Handicapper of the Year Uses the Ultimate PP's with Summary!
BRISnet.com customer Steve Walker from Lincoln, NE took home t he top prize of $100,000 in cash and the title of NTRA Handicapper of the Year at the 1st DRF National Handicapping Championship. A Track Bias specialist, Walker utilized the value added data found in the Ultimate PP's with Summary to aid him in his incredible accomplishment.
The two-day tournament, held at the MGM Grand January 7 and 8, 2000, came down to the very last race of the contest, a claiming event at Sam Houston. In a heart-pounding finish the top four finalists all nailed the winner, Smilin Forbes, a 9-1 longshot. Although each of them probably thought they had won the championship, the leader Steve Walker won the grand prize. "If I'm real serious, if I'm in some type of tournament, I definitely use BRISnet.com. It's very valuable. When I'm serious about picking horses and being more accurate, then I use BRIS," stated Steve Walker.
"The main use that I had [from the Ultimate PP's with Summary] was the track bias and post position bias info. That was very valuable to me. In fact, that was the basis of a lot of my picks. I tried to pick horses that were going to be compatible with the bias of a track, not only recently but over the course of the meet."
A BRISNET TRIFECTA!
"When I reviewed the list of players for the championship, I recognized several of our BRISnet members," said Richard Nilsen of Bloodstock Research. "Knowing the caliber of the handicappers that visit our site, I felt we had a great shot of one of our members placing in the top five. We were extremely proud to learn that our members finished one-two-three. I think this really proves how powerful our BRISnet products are and where the nation's best handicappers shop for information."
Along with Handicapper of the Year Steve Walker, runner-up Maury Wolff and 3rd finisher Steve Terelak appreciate the value-added data supplied by BRIS.
"BRIS has changed the game! What I used to do by hand, I can now tap into the database at BRISnet.com," claimed Maury Wolff. "I love the trainer stats from BRIS. They're invaluable! I also rely on the American Produce Records on CD-ROM. What I like most is that in a very short period of time, you can look up the entire record of a mare and what her offspring have done..."
"In contests that have multiple racetracks to handicap and there's a lot of material to sift through," explained Steve Terelak, "I find the BRIS information is helpful in allowing me to isolate the contnders."
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