The principal idea of this system is to find horses which are in form, and who have a Beyer (or any other speed rating) edge, a ‘reverse’ edge.

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From The Late/Great Jeff Goldstein:



Jeff, many of you may remember, was a mathematical guru whose precise and sometimes bizarre analysis of winning jockey/trainer teams led his subscribers (to the ‘Goldstein Report’) to multiple scores weekly, usually at double-digit mutuels.


And though the Goldstein Report ceased publication upon his passing, you can still benefit immensely from the man’s genius. 


You know, of course, that if you just bet the highest Beyer # in every race, you will end up with @ an 11% loss on the dollar.


But how would you like, instead, to turn that loss into a consistently steady and profitable +17% ROI, again, only by betting on the highest Beyer figure?



Well, that’s exactly what Jeff has done — turned a certain losing proposition into a windfall for the handicapper!



He accomplishes this by applying elimination rules that separate the wheat from the chaff, and then focusing on a single horse that ‘stands out’ according to Jeff’s formula. 


Here is part of Jeff’s Introduction:

The principal idea of this system is to find horses which are in form, and who have a Beyer (or any other speed rating) edge, a ‘reverse’ edge, as I call it. 


“When I first tested it the results were very encouraging, with a win rate of 37% and an ROI of +17%.

My next test was even more encouraging, showing a win rate of 39% and an ROI of over 20%.


I have randomly observed plays at many tracks across the country and the results have been very similar, and a friend of mine did a rather extensive test with almost identical results.


The prices overall are modest, but with the high win % (and very brief runouts), profits are a ‘given’. 


The system is ‘simplicity’ itself, and once you are familiar with it, you will be able to determine whether or not a horse is a system play or not very quickly.


There are no plays in either Maiden races or 2-year-old races, and we play horses in the 3-year-old to 8-year-old age group. 

The basis of this method is the ‘elimination’ of non-contenders, which you will be able to do almost instantly once you know the rules.”  Jeff






You will average 3 to 4 solid plays per day, win close to 39% of your wagers and realize a very steady, consistent ROI with no losing streaks! 

Also works with other speed numbers as well, such as bris and equibase (found in your program), or the drf speed rating.



Rest Easy – Let someone else do the work for you – the speed numbers contain the ‘logic’all you do is follow Jeff’s formula to line up consistently at the cashier’s window!


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