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Power of Early Speed

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ISBN-10: 1932910980

ISBN-13: 9781932910988

Edition: 2005

Authors: Steve Klein

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Analyzes and documents the impact of early frontrunning ability, and how it can transform into huge paydays for todays modern handicapper.
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Book details

List price: $14.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Daily Racing Form
Publication date: 12/9/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 144
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.210
Language: English

Steve Klein was born in Nancy, France, in 1958 to Clayton and Kathleen Klein. Steve has been occupied as an evangelist and writer since 1978. He and his wife Sandi have three children, Eric, Sommer, and Katrina, and two grandchildren, Clayton and Eden. Steve attended Florida College, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, and the University of Alabama where he received a M.A. degree in Educational Leadership. His preaching work has included travels to Africa and Australia, as well as numerous places across the United States. He currently resides in Athens, Alabama, working as an evangelist with the Eastside Church of Christ and serving as an instructor and head of the Bible…    

Acknowledgmentsp. vii
The Dream Samplep. 1
What the Big Picture Looks Like, and Why Winning Is So Difficult Regardless of How Knowledgeable a Racing Fan You Arep. 5
The Chart-Busting Power of Early Speedp. 11
How to Calculate Klein Speed Pointsp. 17
The Impact of the Size of a Horse's Early Lead, and How to Use Klein Speed Points in the Context of the Expected Pace Scenariop. 27
What Is the Effect of Field Size on Horses with Early Speed?p. 53
Is Early Speed More Effective at Some Class Levels Than Others?p. 57
Which Jockeys Are Best at Getting Their Horse to the Lead at the First Call?p. 65
Which Trainers Are Most Likely To Train Their Horses To Show Early Speed?p. 109
Early Speed by Age and Genderp. 179
Which Tracks, Distances, and Track Conditions Produce the Highest and Lowest Returns on Investment for Front-Runners?p. 183
Turfp. 219
Calculating Klein Track-Bias Numbers: An Objective Measurement of Which Running Styles Are Most Effective at Any Track on a Daily Basisp. 243
Types of Speed Horses to Avoidp. 289
Putting It All Togetherp. 297
About the Authorp. 301
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