Winning at the Track
Liberty Publishing Company, Inc.
The Traditional Stand-alone Program
LPC is one of the nation's leading trade publishers of horse race handicapping e-books and software. Especially popular is WINNING AT THE TRACK (WATT), an inexpensive speed/pace handicapping program, first introduced in 1985, and improved and updated every year since.
You will be amazed by the accuracy of this program! WATT not only presents a complete picture of the contest, but it also shows how the race is likely to unfold. The original Classic Version is in sync with the new online program.
(Stand-alone Program details here)
Until a few years ago, WINNING AT THE TRACK was strictly a DOS-based program, and due to its popularity, it is still being updated and sold. Today, every stand-alone WATT program works well in Win95, Win98, 2000, XP, and VISTA. 64-bit machines require the free DOSbox program, not supported by LPC. Ask the Publisher for more details. Of course, none of this is a factor with the new online version which works with every machine that can read an internet page.
WINNING AT THE TRACK race files are created quickly and inexpensively by a program called the DATABASE (included). This isn't a data-entry program. It simply transfers information from a BRIS file to a new WATT race file.
A New Era in Handicapping!
After three years of development, the world's first web-based handicapping program has just been introduced - and, best of all, at a modest price every racing fan can afford. Now, serious thoroughbred handicapping can be accomplished with desktops, laptops, tablets, and SmartPhones - anywhere and at any time.
Details on this revolutionary concept can be found on the Home Page of this site and here...
WATT Online Handicapping
Interested in Speed & Pace Handicapping? Here is a good place to start ...
Speed & Pace Basics
You are welcome to bookmark HorseRacingUSA.com and enjoy this website often!
WATT stand-alone programs work with Win95, Win98, 2000, XP,
With Win7 and Win8, Winning at the Track requires DOSBox (free) or XP Mode.
The WATT online site can be used with any device: desktops, laptops, tablets, and SmartPhones.
Why Winning at the Track?
David L. Christopher, Author
As a handicapper for roughly fifty years, I appreciate the quote from Damon Runyon: "It may be that the race is not always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong - but that's the way to bet!"
Winning at the Track has advanced from the basic manual-entry program of 1985 to the truly unique and revolutionary Internet handicapping service just introduced in 2013.
This program gives racing fans a speed/pace handicapping tool that displays
the true capabilities of each thoroughbred. Up to ten past performance lines in
each horse's history are the sources of data for distance, contour, and surface adjustments. WATT provides users with an unprecedented "apples vs. apples"
comparison of speed and talent.
Go to the Home Page of this website for complete details and the link.
"Winning at the Track is, by far, the best contender-selection program available! And, I've used 'em all."
|"I have been handicapping for many years and was one in the
original group that studied with Dr. Sartin, so I know a lot about handicapping and
I have been using the Winning at the Track program for several years because I have found it to be the best that I've ever used ..."
Attention Winning at the Track Users:
To keep your Winning at the Track program operating with its high degree of accuracy, you should Update the software every twelve to fifteen months. An Update is easy to order and install... and it's very inexpensive. Also, if you are a Charter Member on the new interactive site, there is no cost to update your stand-alone software.
Above all - have fun ... !
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