Editor’s Note: If there is a proper phrase to describe Jon Worth, it would probably be ‘The King of Consistency’. Jon, and his late father, Tom, stressed consistency in their work. They abhorred long runouts and designed systems of play that would >>make profits even when betting just to show.
possesses all of the earmarks of a true Worth Company consistency tool: Consistent, profits playing to win, place and show, no long runouts. But an added running line factor also gives Profit-Line Gold great ‘PRICE’ power, as you will see from some of the examples below.
You will definitely want to add Profit-Line Gold to your arsenal — it will provide you with the kind of steady consistency all horseplayers strive for.
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(P.S. – still available in paper/pencil version and ebook too!)
☛Profit-Line, Gold has an in-the-money hit rate of close to 81%. Wins occur close to 38% of the time and double-digit prices hit often!
——-Profit-Line, Gold Highlights!:——-
☛Average of @4 Solid Plays per Racecard: Even certain Maiden races are playable.
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Call us at 1-800-696-0067 or order from our website & call us with any questions whatsoever. Thanks, Jon Worth