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His son, Jon, now follows in his footsteps. Jon worked alongside his Dad beginning in the 1980s and did a lot of the research that went into the latter stages of the TIPS methodology. He has researched and expanded the tipoffs over the years, and other handicappers have also contributed new ones, all with extremely positive results. Jon has also researched, authored and co-authored many spot play methods for a variety of racing conditions, most of which are listed on our website.
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An Exciting issue of The TIPS Report is available in print or download format.
The March/April 2019 issue features four case studies based on races handicapped live by three handicappers. Each cashed in big with The Fitness Factor Spot Play, including one who isolated a $138.60 winner and another who spotted a $44.80 winner and had the $190.40 exacta!
Learn how each of these handicappers used The Fitness Factor to spot these terrific Fitness Factor horses. Each case study analyzes the race along with the handicapping factors which pointed to a strong contender.
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