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A Software Program that provides extreme consistency as well as some absolutely incredible longshot payoffs, both on the win/place end and in the exotics

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Conrad Crease’s Best-Selling Longshot Book Now on SOFTWARE!

A True Key to Professional Handicapping Success!

Amazingly Accurate Winner Selector in ALL Price Ranges!


Finding the Hidden Horse:


by Conrad Crease

Includes the author’s personal winning wagering strategies!

Background – Finding the Hidden Horse: Profiles of Long Shots was published by Conrad Crease in 2010, receiving rave reviews from professionals and racing publishers alike.

‘Conrad Crease has locked onto something really special here’, Tom Console, publisher of The Thoroughbred Investor Monthly, wrote in a recent review.

‘He has somehow located the key to unlocking the mystery of longshot winners; not only winners, but obscene paying exotics as well!’


In 1989, Crease had the lone winning ticket in the superfecta, a bet that requires the bettor to pick the first four finishers in order in a race, turning a $30 investment into a $15,000 payoff.

According to the author, his win was not based on luck, but his tested theory of “finding the hidden horse.”

Crease contends that there are “tells” in pre-race workouts and past performances that can predict a current top performance by an otherwise overlooked horse.


Finding the Hidden Horse seeks to prove that anyone can learn to recognize these variables that are too often overlooked by the unsophisticated bettor.



Finding the Hidden Horse clearly shows both readers of his book and users of his software how to not only focus in on a likely, pricey winner, but also how to construct those exotic tickets that often pay in the $1,000s.


**Interestingly, once the software was completed,

programmer Len Cz’s extensive database test showed that

FHH was not only great at selecting longshots,

but often had the winner of most races listed as one of the program’s top contenders!  Hollywood Park’s May 30,

2011 card provides a very typical example:


Race 1.

Win 11.60 ((Winner top contender -2nd and 3rd contenders confiirmed)
Substantial exacta and trifecta boxes on top 3 contenders
Value play is the 4, a mild overlay at 9/2. Bet win and place

Race comes 4,1,3.
$2 exacta pays 23.80
$2 tri pays 38.6

(5 horse field)


Race 2.

Win 28.20, 12. (Winner is contender 4)
The 2nd contender was the 1, confirmed.
Value play was straight bets on 1,7
7 was a nice overlay.
Long shot exacta play was to bet the 7 up and back with the
remaining screen horses – the 1,2,4,6

Race comes 7,2,8,6.
$2 exacta pays $242.40


Race 5.

Win 16.20, 7.60 (Winner came from 2nd contender)
System play, box top 4 contenders in exactas.
5 and 6 were value plays system called for straight
win bets on them.

Race comes 5,6,8,1.
$2 exacta pays 110.80.


Race 7.

Win 5.20 ( Winner was top contender)2 points best of field.
Play was to bet the top contender 5 over the rest of the screen field
2,3,6,7,8,9 in exactas and tris.

Race comes 5,7,9,6.
$2 exacta pays 34.60
$2 tri pays 157.20


Race 8.

Win 18.40, 7.40 (Winner tied for top contender) confirmed.
Good odds value on the 4. The bet was to bet win and place on 4,
then run it up and back in exactas and trifectas.

Race comes 4,3,1,2.

$2 exacta pays 76.
$2 tri pays $251.20


Race 10

Win 8.40 (Winner was 2nd contender) confirmed.
Both the first and second contenders were confirmed.
System play was to box the two top contenders in substantial exacta
Then to put the two topcontenders over the rest of the screen horses (2,4,7,10)
in trifectas.


Race comes 1,3,7,5.
$2 exactas 37.20
$2 tris pay 91.


6 winners, 3 from top contenders, 2 from 2nd contenders, 1 from 4th contender.
6 exactas: 23.80,247.40, 110.80,34.60,76, 37.20.
4 tris: 38.60,157.20, 251.2, 91.


Get a load of Arlington on the same day!



Race 1.


Win $5.60 (Winner 2nd contender)
$2 ex $36  (Boxed top 3 point getters)


Race 3.

Win $4.60  (Winner tied for top contender) Confirmed


race 4.

Win 6.60 (Winner tied for top contender) Double confirmed


Race 5.

Win 21.20, 7.20 (Winner tied for 2nd contender) confirmed
Since 1,2,5 were top three point getters and also all three confirmed
the system play was to box the 1,2,5 in exactas and tris.
The super play was to bet the 1,2,5 over the 1,2,5, over 1,2,5 over the 4th and 5th
contenders, the 3,6.
The value play was to straight bet  the 1 and 2.

Race comes 2,5,1,3


$2 ex paid 47.80
$2 tri paid 131.80
$2 super paid $1,322.

Race 6.

Win $8.00 (Winner 2nd contender)

Race 7.

Win 10.20, 6.40 (Winner top contender by a margin of 4 points)Winner double confirmed.
System play was to make substantial bet to win and twice as much to place as to win on the 5.
As only 8 were going, made sense to key the 5 over the field in exactas.
And to run the 5 up and back in a trifecta.

Race comes 5,10,8,2.

$2 exacta pays 158.20
$2 tri pays $1,359.60

Race 8.

Win $20.80, 7.20 (Winner 4th contender)
Top contender was the 8 (2 points the best and double confirmed).
Of the 4 contenders, the 1 and 2 are value and straight win bets should be made.
System play was to run the 8 up and back in exactas.

Race comes 1,8,4,7.
$2 exacta pays 62.60


Race 9.

Win 5.40 (Winner tied for top contender)confirmed.
Bet was exacta box the 2 horses tied for top contender.
Race comes 1,8,2,3.
$2 exacta pays $19.60


System has 8 wins in 9 races.
5 exactas: 36, 47.80, 158.20, 62.60, 19.60
3 tris: 59.60, 131.80, 1,359.60.
4 winners on top, 3 from 2nd contender, 1 from 4th contender


And look what happened at Belmont, same day:


Subject: Re: HH system hits three bagger at Belmont in 8th.
Date: Mon, 30 May 2011 15:59:37 -0500



Screen presented:



Best in Category

Best work=6
Best start=5
Best mid=1A
Best late=1


System play was to bet the confirmed 6 to win and twice as much to place as to win
Then put the 6 over the 1,3,8 in exacta keysThen to box the 1,3,6,8 in trifecta.


Race comes 6, 3, 1.
Winner pays 17.80, 9.10
$2 x pays $198.50
$2 tri pays $880.


Oh, and a few days before that, in the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico:

Finding The Hidden Horse Software Nails the Preakness!!  $27 Winner Shackleford!!


Oh, and take a look at the Belmont FHH Software Screen – Know anyone else who had this $51.50 bombshell winner!!



And, a year ago, in the 2010 Triple Crown races, his Hidden Horse system predicted the first four finishers in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, as well as the winner of the Belmont Stakes at odds of 13-1.


Here’s a brief rundown from the author of what the various screen symbols mean:


Author’s Guide to Successful Use of FHH Software

With the Hidden Horse System no 15 minute per race handicapping is required. The system does it for you.

Once you have downloaded the chosen race card and loaded it, the interface screen appears. You choose the race and note the scratches in the boxes in the upper left corner of the screen.

The headings of the first three columns, left to right, indicate the program number, post position, and name of each horse. The columns are headed by the following identifications:

1. Morning Line.

2. Total (These are the total “tell” points awarded to each horse by the system’s analysis.)

3. WO-F (This is the distance of the current best workout for each horse.)

4. WO-T (The time of the workout.)

5. Trouble (This identifies that the horse had a “troubled” last race.)

6. CUT (Identifies horses that are cutting back in distance from their last race.)

7. Start (Identifies Brisnet E-1 or start and gives best start of the horse’s last 3 races.)

8. S-PTS (Number of points awarded for best starts.)

9. MID (Brisnet E-2 gives best mid pace number of the horse’s last 3 races.)

10. M-PTS (Number of points awarded for best E-2s.)

11. LATE (Brisnet E-3 gives best late pace of horse in last 3 races.)

12. L-PTS (Number of points awarded for best late paces.)

13. WGT (Gives number of lbs off from last race.)

14 W-PTS (Gives number of points awarded for lbs off.)

Clicking on the white box at the head of each column will sort the column, from best to worst in each category. This feature is for those users who wish to fine tune the selections that appear in the bottom half of the screen.



“Conrad has hit on something that has escaped most professional horseplayers and his findings WILL lead you to some absolutely extraordinary mutual payoffs! ” David Powers

“Besides being a great ‘read’, Finding The Hidden Horse reveals information that only a handful of pros have been privy too — I was surprised at how easy Mr. Crease’s strategies were to apply, and very surprised and happy with the many double-digit winners I cashed in on!’ Systems & Methods Review

Look at another great example below!  FHH gets these kinds of prices, and frequently!!



$100 Horse at Oaklawn!!!

On the Oaklawn card of 11 races there were 10 chalk winners.

The 4th race, however, produced a $100 winner on which there were clear “tells” that he was ready to put
in a good effort.

The race was a pitiful field of 12 three, four, and five year old maidens going a mile and sixteenth on the dirt
in a maiden 10k claimer with a purse of $16.5k.

Naturally, the racing secretary leads the crowd to the obvious and makes the three horse the 3/1 morning line
favorite. The horse had run one race, a 32k mdn claimer at Houston at 6 furlongs and finished a straggling fourth,
some 16 lengths out.  The second m/l favorite was a Lukas trained horse that looked like it could barely walk,
much less run.

There was one horse with a decent current work – the 6 – Deep Dive with a 4 furlong work of :48 3/5 on March 20,
just six days before this race. There were only 4 other horses in the 12 horse field that had a “current” pre-race work.
Now, 4 furlongs at :48 3/5 is not exaclty a blazing work on the West Coast but at Oaklawn Park it is an exceptional
work, the best for Deep Dive in three months and 6 works.

The 6 had the best (of his last three races) Brisnet E-2 or middle pace and a decent late pace figure of 83.
So there were 2 eye-catching “tells” on the 6; the best pre-race work by far, the best middle pace figure by far.

You had to look past his last 2 pitiful races and go back to the three races before that. In his second race at Asinnobia
Downs in Canada he had closed some 7 lengths from the first call to the finish and was fourth in the 6 furlong try.
In his next race at the same track he closed some 5 lengths from the first call to the finish and again was 4th at 6 furlongs.

In his 2nd race back at Oaklawn he didn’t get out well and was distanced (pulled up) at the first call.
In his last race he didn’t get out well again and in my opinion was pulled up, saving him for the current race.

The Hidden Horse System called for a substantial win and place bet on the 6, with twice as much to place as to win.
The clear tells were there that this horse had a shot at a big effort in this race, the methodology of the system
pointed to him as the logical candidate for a triple digit payoff.

A hundred to win and two hundred to place would have returned $14,440. I know, if only, woulda, shoulda, coulda…
But the clear “tells” were there, deep in the forest of variants that point to a long shot candidate.

The winner ran back to his Asinnobia Downs form and came from 9th at the head of the stretch to win going away.

Believe the tells!  Believe the works!


And you can see from this screen shot that an incredible array of other important handicapping ‘helpers’ are included with the Software, such as state-of-the-art charts, up-to-the-minute precise

trainer statistics, FREE daily program, FREE Past Performances to view and/or print out.


So if you are looking for a Software Program that provides extreme consistency as well as some absolutely incredible longshot payoffs, both on the win/place end and in the exotics, look no further than Finding the Hidden Horse Software!


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