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This download is an article detailing the late Milton Weinblatt's handicapping and wagering strategies for Super Racing Days such as the Breeders Cup, Kentucky Derby, Belmont, Preakness, and other big-name stakes races. Milton was a Florida handicapper who contributed popular and highly thought of, and highly effective and profitable handicapping approaches.
Milton evolved over the years from a conservative show bettor concentrating on maiden races to becoming an exotic bettor, still conservative in terms of always having an eye toward profits and not necessarily on action. There is a difference!
One of the approaches he developed after refining his exotic wagering strategy was one he termed as a "Plan for Super Racing Days.” It is ideal for days such the Breeders’ Cup, Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont, as well as all other big stakes races. Milton used his “Super Plan” for the 2011 Preakness, 2012 Kentucky Derby, and 2012 Preakness. In fact, here is the bottom line report for those three days as detailed in the May/June 2012 TIPS Report.
For these three special days of racing, Milton wagered a total of $396.00; had a return of $604.56; netting a profit of $208.56; thus realizing a ROI of 52%. Not bad for a 90-something year old handicapper!
This is a terrific ROI especially considering that his approach requires little handicapping, and he also used this approach for a couple of years to handicap the Breeders’ Cup. This is a straightforward approach, and one that Milton used for nearly 5 years. We believe you will find great value in this article.
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