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23-04-05, 03:17 PM
Does anyone have a view on the value of the above book ?


23-04-05, 03:53 PM
Hi Deano,

Peter Bent "The Thoroughbred & Exotics Betting" is a combine of "What the trainer saw" and "Form Analysis and Exotics Betting" into one book.

"What the trainer saw" explain how to read the form guide and what the form guide is really telling you.

Whereas in "Form Analysis and Exotics Betting" it teachs you how to apply it to Price Predictor.
If you wanted a book that explain in details how to use Price Predictor, "The Thoroughbred & Exotic Betting" is probably the only book out there that does it.

The book is not a step by step manual, but explain in theory on how to read the form guide and apply it to Price Predictor.


24-04-05, 01:43 AM
Thanks Tomo

25-04-05, 09:43 AM
Hi, Deano,

While I found Peters books helpfull I must add
that they are (I have all 4 he wrote) writen more in an
"here is an idea" type of format a far cry from any
concise manual at all. His ideas, while sound in principal
are presented poorly and ambiguously. He will deal with a topic
and then move onto next one where you'll find a crucial part of
a topic that was just covered. He used to post his results and took
questions from people who purchased his books and a lot of them
were "how the ... did you get that" His answers were sometimes
miraculous to say the least, based on rules that were not in the book
(see ambiguously)or some obscure rule. To his defence lot of it was
writen its just hard to understand.

So if you are looking for a set of rules Peter is not your man, most of
his system, the one that was tangible, is writen into bet selector.
Peter and Neale used to be colleagues of sorts but I have a feeling they fell appart.

That is my view