Timeless Handicapping Knowledge that Literally Allowed One Man, Colonel ER Bradley, to Reap a Fortune from Wagering on Thoroughbreds. His Secrets Were Many, But All Were Revealed in His Book, You CAN Win at the Races!,
and NOW all of the Legendary Handicapper’s Know-How has been Translated into A Super Accurate Software Program!
Col. E. R. Bradley leads Helen Black to the winner’s circle. (Photo courtesy of Keeneland-Cook)
At the end of the 19th Century, Col. Edward Riley Bradley — a self-proclaimed gambler, bookmaker, and owner/manager of several casinos — was informed by his doctor that a more outdoor lifestyle might be beneficial to his health.
👉👉But to horseplayers, Bradley was also known as one of the cleverest handicappers in the game and he established many winning handicapping angles and ‘truisms’ that stand until this day.
While to most he is known as the gambler who cashed tons of wagers on horses who ran final fractions of :24/5ths of a second or faster, he established many other winning precedents, many included in his very rare publication (1944) titled ‘You CAN Beat The Races!’
The only reason we have a copy is because a great granddaughter of the Colonel contacted us to see if we could use any of the material she found stored in her attic, and the book was among that trove. Most of the other items were simple keepsakes, racing programs and trinkets,
BUT we latched onto the book!
While much of the book covered getting a psychological edge over the crowd, he also presented several workable system-like theories he had employed over the years. Eye-Opening Concepts/Chapters like (👉the exact formulations for all of these are included in the User’s Manual):
The Colonel admitted that his :24 final fraction angle stopped becoming as viable once racetracks started hiring professional clockers and that info became public. Previously he had employed a private clocker who observed and timed the races and then reported on the runners who met that criteria to him.
But the other material was absolutely fascinating, and Len was able to take a ton of this information and break it down into four critical categories, weighting each and then combining them into a software program.
Len tells us: “While there were several critical factors in the methodology, I was able to ‘group’ several into each of four categories. I did a lot of experimenting to determine which combos worked best, and I am very satisfied with the results, and am confident the software user will be too.”
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👉👉The methodology has a very high win, place and show hit rate, and it gets some great prices as well. It also does very well with Exacta Boxes.
So basically, with this software, you are using a winning handicapping part of history, as these strategies work as well today as they did back then. In fact, they may work even better, as a very small % of players possess any of this knowledge today.
Results are very steady, with a high on the board hit rate, in addition to some big odds horses winning and finishing in the exotics. Single qualifier win rate @35% at $8.60 average mutuel.
The Colonel Bradley PowerLine Class/Speed Equation!! will shed a New Light onto your handicapping adventures.
It’s funny, many folks in this game think for a system or methodology to be valid, it has to be ‘new’. Turns out that many of these ‘seat of the pants’ experts from days of old, Taulbot, Holloway, Dowst, EW Donaldson, etc., were using what many would consider modern day theories way back then. In fact, Donaldson introduced the ‘Sheets’ in 1936! Colonel Bradley’s Speed Theories, in fact, look very much like Andy Beyer’s work, only it was done many years before.
And while we initially put a $128 price on the software, we are offering it for just $97.50 for a limited time. So we’d highly suggest that you lock onto a copy at this price while you can.
Call us at 1-800-696-0067, or order from our website.
And, of course, call us with any questions. And being that we are just a week into 2024, we wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year and thank you so much for your patronage. Dave & Len.