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Pre-owned Books Trainer Angles Maximizing Profits Using Formulator & Advanced Trainer Stats (Soft cover) by Dean Keppler <p>Trainer Angles Maximizing Profits Using Formulator &amp; Advanced Trainer Stats by Dean Keppler<br />Soft Cover Book (used good condition)</p><p>Trainer Angles: Maximizing Profits using Formulator and Advanced Trainer Stats is an indispensable guide to finding profitable trainer maneuvers. The reader learns how to decipher what trainer patterns produce the most profits by analyzing trainer/jockey combinations, success after claiming a horse, distance and surface changes, first time starters, and movements up and down class.</p> 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Trainer Angles Maximizing Profits Using Formulator & Advanced Trainer Stats (Soft cover) by Dean Keppler

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Trainer Angles Maximizing Profits Using Formulator & Advanced Trainer Stats (Soft cover) by Dean Keppler
Trainer Angles Maximizing Profits Using Formulator & Advanced Trainer Stats (Soft cover) by Dean Keppler

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Trainer Angles Maximizing Profits Using Formulator & Advanced Trainer Stats (Soft cover) by Dean Keppler

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Trainer Angles Maximizing Profits Using Formulator & Advanced Trainer Stats by Dean Keppler
Soft Cover Book (used good condition)

Trainer Angles: Maximizing Profits using Formulator and Advanced Trainer Stats is an indispensable guide to finding profitable trainer maneuvers. The reader learns how to decipher what trainer patterns produce the most profits by analyzing trainer/jockey combinations, success after claiming a horse, distance and surface changes, first time starters, and movements up and down class.