A dozen years ago (heck,
even a dozen weeks ago), if someone had told me there existed a maiden-races-only method that;
an absolute snap to handicap
- hit high-paying winners with consistency
- and allowed wagers to be placed in advance . . .
I would have answered,
"yeah - right, when pigs fly!"
Well - I took the photo
you see above just this past week
. . . Yes sir, caught that same little
bugger flying around at; Aqueduct, Fairgrounds, Golden Gate, Hollywood
Park, Philadelphia, Hawthorne, Meadowland, Woodbine, and Turf
WP Fly Method is going to ruffle some
feathers, but it will allow even the novice player to bring home the
Our basic philosophy here
at Horse Racing Gold has always been that it just isn't as
difficult to make money betting the races as most of the 'experts'
make it out to be. Of course, some of those 'experts' are selling
$500-600 software programs they'd like you to think are a prerequisite
for success in this game.
Our original Maiden Key
Method was/is a solid Maiden method that many use successfully,
and is just what many others are looking for.
But - after issuing that
method a while back, we continued working on it for months
after it was published. We were trying to simplify and hone it
down into something that was slicker and quicker - and most
importantly - something that could be bet early in the day, so a person
could carry on with the rest of their day (and have a life outside of
Finally - after some
adding, and some eliminating - after some tightening, and some
loosening of the various 'rules' and factors we'd been using -
It all fell into a groove
that was just beautiful. The method has been tested at many tracks;
big and small - artificial, dirt, and turf surfaces - rain and shine.
WP Fly Method works - and it's slicker
than owl grease!
It won't get a ton of
plays each day (for getting more plays - the Maiden Key is a
great combination with WP Fly), but with the price horses it
gets, and the few minutes it takes to handicap a track (that's right -
a few minutes per track, not per race!!), the
WP Fly Method can't be beat.
Here are the plays we made
this past weekend - 12/12/09 and 12/13/09 - and remember - these wagers
were made all at once in the morning - without knowing what final odds
would be, and strictly according to the 'rules' of the Method (i.e. -
anyone would have got the same horses in these races) . . .