LAS VEGAS, July 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Bet-Won.com is a racing-focused website which features handicapping articles, e-books, news feeds and free content. Their latest e-book, "The Saratoga Blackbook", is 105 pages of aggregated data and statistics for the Saratoga racing meet dating back to 2012. The book covers 17 trainers, 14 top jockeys, 27 owners and 29 sires.
Inside the Saratoga Blackbook the reader will find who, what and when as well as the win percentages, historic profit and loss amounts. Then, the reader can simply wager on the situational plays with the highest win percentages that are historically proven to win money. In-depth handicapping and racing knowledge is not needed. A track racing program is required, however. In many cases they are handed out free upon entrance.
The difficulty of reading the racing forms is often a turn off for new players. The Saratoga Blackbook is written in an easy-to-understand manner. Anyone can benefit from its information. That includes an everyday player, a weekend warrior, or even a complete novice. The idea behind the book is to allow players to have fun and perhaps win some money with the absolute minimal learning curve.
For hard-core players, the information will keep them grounded and help avoid making wagers on plays that have historically shown to be losers. This unique e-book has been self-published and distributed on the Bet-Won website. The book will soon be available more widely on Amazon and other online retailers. The Saratoga Blackbook is a summertime must read for anyone planning on being at the track.
About the Authors: Bet-Won.com has been publishing handicapping books, articles and selections onlinefor over 12 years. Their passion is getting easy-to-follow information into the hands of everyone, especially the $2 bettor. The objective is to make it easier to play, win, and hopefully engage a whole new generation of horse racing fans.
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