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We offer a new level of information that will give you the
ADVANTAGE in recognizing winning trainer patterns and
help you identify those trainers that win at a

For the meets that we are tracking, the Thoroughbred Trainer Profiles
consists of a detailed profile line for every TRAINER WIN.

Our profile reports make it very easy for you to just look down the column
and spot a trainers favorite jockey, preferred distance and running surface,
and, most importantly, his/her winning patterns. At glance you'll be able
to see what changes the trainer made:

  • Success off a claim or trainer switch (1st or 2nd try).
  • Success off a rest (1st or 2nd try).
  • Success with raising or dropping a horse in class (UPCLS or DNCLS).
  • Success with dropping a horse below it's claiming price (DBCP).
  • Success with distance changes (RTOS or STOR).
  • Success with surface changes (DTOT,TTOD, DTOS, or STOD).
  • Success with equipment changes and medication (BLKON or LSX).
  • Success with back to back wins (won last race - WLR).
  • Success with with shippers (SHP AQU).
  • Success coming back after just missing in the last race (JML).
  • How many workouts after a rest and between races (4 WKS).
  • How many days since the last workout & distance (LW4-3H).
  • How many workouts were bullets (2 BLT*).
  • How many days between races (LR15).

No other source shows a detailed breakdown of each trainers wins in
such a way that at a glance you can readily detect winning patterns.

Old Handicapping Myths

Back in the 1980's and 90's, the prevailing handicapping principle
(books, articles, etc.) was to stay away from horses coming off a
rest unless they had X number of workouts and the workouts had
to be within a certain number of days, etc.. Our profiles showed
the exact opposite and our subscribers made money off that
. Now all we hear about is how freshened horses come back
and win. However, many still say to stay away from horses coming
back from long layoffs until they have a race or two. There are
trainers that excel at bringing horses back from a year or
longer and winning first time out.
The profiles will show
you who they are.

Another 1980's and 90's prevailing handicapping principle was
to stay away from horses making a big class drop or dropping
below their claiming price because the trainer was trying to get
rid of the horses, for whatever reason. Again, our profiles
were telling us a different story
. Many trainers were just
trying to steal a race due to the prevailing mentality of the
damaged horse. Even if the horses was damaged goods, when
you drop from 32K Claiming race down to a 8K Claiming race,
damaged or not, many times the horses is still good enough to
beat the horses at the bottom of the barrel. Our subscribers
still make money off the trainers who do this, especially
those that drop their horses below the claiming price

(Click Here) for information explaining the terms and
abbreviations used within the profiles and the profile comments.



Data provided by Thoroughbred Trainer Profiles is manually compiled from news
print, magazine print, the Internet, and from televised media and is generally
accurate and current but occasionally errors and omissions occur as a result of
incorrect data compiled, mistakes in processing or other causes. Thoroughbred
Trainer Profiles disclaims responsibility for the consequences, if any, of such errors,
but would appreciate them being brought to our attention. Additionally, our service
is designed to enhance handicapping methodology and is not intended as a
handicapping service. Any betting choices made using this information is the sole
responsibility of the player.