"Tom Worth" - the site for astute handicappers who know how to win!
  

Greetings!  You have found a 2nd generation company dedicated to helping you make money from handicapping thoroughbred horse racing! We have some of the best spot play methods & systems ever - methods highly acclaimed through the years with proven results for picking winners and horses who finish in-the-money on a steady basis!

Here at "worthhandicapping" you will find:
  An arsenal of money-making spot play methods.
  The TIPS Report, now in its 
21st year. TIPS are dynamic handicapping angles & factors.
  The TIPS Update, with over 80 angles & 15 hot contender screens.
   A top-notch selection service.
  A wide collection of previous issues of the TIPS Report, with each issue like a handicapping seminar.

  Free Handicapping Newsletter.

Our methods are used by both beginners and expert handicappers with great success - through the decades we've been honored with scores of repeat business from astute and exceptional handicappers, many that we call handicapping colleagues and friends. 

We have an array of proven handicapping spot play methods and systems designed to help you find a horse that is fit and prepped to run in-the-money today. Methods, such as the Fitness FactorBig Four Plus OnePlace-to-Win for SprintsPlace-to-Win for RoutesShow-a-ProfitImproving Beyer Figures and more, discuss how to determine trainer intention and handicapping signals that point to a fit horse ready to run his best effort today. Most of them are quite easy to use!

Please visit this link for the list of spot play methods. As experienced handicappers know, you need to have a variety of spot play methods so that you are ready to tackle most any type of race and racing conditions!

And if you just don't have the time to handicap as often as you'd like, we also offer a Selection Service by Jon Worth - publisher of the TIPS Report, author of many spot plays, a handicapper with 30 years experience and son of the late Tom Worth, a greatly respected handicapper, who some called the "Dean of Handicapping!" Thus, you could say that handicapping is in Jon's blood!

We strongly recommend for you to keep your skills sharp by subscribing to the TIPS Report! The TIPS Report is for all levels of handicappers, from those just starting out to ones who are highly experienced. We have many skilled handicappers on board who contribute to the TIPS Report by reporting winning angles they’ve used. Visit this link to learn more!

If you want to put TIPS into action for yourself, we highly recommend the TIPS Update; the most recent is the 2008 version. Many of the handicapping angles in the TIPS Update are ones the betting public has overlooked, which is greatly beneficial for those of us who are in-the-know!

If TIPS handicapping sounds familiar to you, Jon's dad, Tom Worth, was the publisher of the highly acclaimed POPS & TIPS handicapping methodology, which came out as separate parts for a total of 21 parts. Jon helped his dad with many of the latter chapters of the TIPS Methodology.

It's easy to order any of our publications and subscriptions. We offer three ways to order: directly on the website with PayPal, or by phone at 401-921-5158 with your MasterCard or Visa, or by mail with a check or money order.

Align yourself with Tom Worth Publishing for an ongoing education on how to find winning selections, especially those that others have missed!

To learn more about us and how we got started, please visit our About Us page.

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Jon Worth  Tom Worth Publishing Co.  PO Box 7054  Warwick, RI 02887-7054

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