My thoroughbred
handicapping book, Pace Handicapping Longshots, is out in paperback. If you check out my Boxcar Longshots page, and if you've
followed my website over the past few years, you know that I ran tests of a few
methods and called the picks either Bombs Away Longshots or Boxcar Longshots
marked as Method A, B, or C. Now these methods are available. The methodology in
this book is unique and something that I developed mainly by using Brisnet past
performances. Daily Racing Form's Formulator or Moss Pace Figures are also
perfect for this. If you use other past performances you'll still find that the
information will improve your ability to pick winners and longshot winners. This
is ideal for exotic players who need that longshot in the exacta, trifecta, or
have to include live longshots in Pick 3's and Pick 4's. This will dramatically
improve your bottom line. The book is well illustrated with many samples of past
performances showing step by step how I used the pp lines to pick these longshot
winners. This is a breakthrough in pace
handicapping. As a free bonus, I'm also including a booklet I wrote called
"Exotic Longshots" that has two more longshot angles.

## Recent
Pace Shape Method Longshot Winners: Oxbow $32.80 (Preakness Stakes)...Palice
Malice $29.60 (Belmont Stakes)

**Note: I got this email from a customer on November 22, 2013**

Bob, it has been a while now since I purchased your "Pace
Handicapping Longshots" book. I have run more than 800 races at this point
and this is without a doubt the best work I've seen in my 25 years of
handicapping. My best hit was this month a $1,000+ tri. My best win payoff has
been $61.40. I almost feel that I should have paid you more for the book (notice
I said almost):).

Thanks for a great piece of work. I am looking forward to your
upcoming works.

Bob S

#### Note: I got this email from a customer on July 11, 2013.

Pandy,

Thanks for the info in the book I just purchased, #7 in race 9 was a
classic longshot pick based on your Pace Shape Method in the book,
went off at 7-1, went to the front and never looked back.

Have a great Thursday!!!!

New customer

Vince

#### Note:
I got this email from a customer on Wednesday, May 22:

Hi Bob

Just wanted to thank
you for the Pace Handicapping Longshot book. I was at Churchill Downs last week
and had 2 good days using the Pace Shape method and also caught a Pro Simulcast
play on a drop to N2L. I just wanted to ask if there was a particular track or
circuit that offered the N2L condition more than others. It's a good angle.

Mark
Hughes

#### Note:
I got this email from a customer on Sunday, May 19:

Hi Bob,

Your top choice in yesterday's Preakness
was a great selection. Oxbow S($32.80) ran the race exactly the way your system
predicted and Orb had his problems, exactly as your study predicted.

Again,
thanks for the winner.

Bill Goralski

#### Note: I
got this email from a customer
on Monday, January 21, 2013:

Pandy, I wanted to drop you line and say
I have been using the Pace Handicapping Longshots book for since January. I
have hit winners here and there nothing huge, mostly in the $11.00 to $ 20.00
range with a lot of place horses. Well this last weekend on Saturday 1/19, I hit
three; GP 3rd - Elmutahid $25.40, AQ - 6th - Maggiesfreuddnslip $66.00 and FG
10th - 4 Oxbow $11.20. While the first two were maidens the last one ran in a
Grade 1 previously with huge numbers using your method, this race was a stakes
for 3 yr olds. He wired the field by 11 lengths.

Just want to say thanks for publishing
this book. It has given me a new perspective in handicapping. I used
to rely on trainer angles and jockey/trainer combinations. Never gave a
real thought about speed, but as I read the book it made me realize that being
fast does matter. Along with your longshot indicators I can't wait till
the end of the work week to begin handicapping the next card.

By the way, those three winners netted me
$1346.00.

Thanks

George C.

### I got this email from a customer on
Monday, April 15, 2013. He gets my Sharphorses Selection Service and also has
purchased the Pro Simulcast System and the Wire To Window Spot Play System (with
ESR).

Bob,

I wanted to take the time in writing and thank you for the winners
today.

Two great selections at Aqueduct, Litigate $14.00 and Carity Ball in the

7th at $12.00. I don't play the gimmicks, but they got me fat.

I also used your 'Pro Simulcast' at Keeneland
today. In the second race,

the Pro Simucast came up with the 1-2-6-7-9-10. Then I used to

'Wire to Window' system to zero in on the speed. The #1 and #6 stood

out and they finished 6-1. Did not have the exacta, but dutched two horses

to a nice profit.

I then used the Pro Simulcast in the 4th at Keeneland and came up with

the 3 and the 8. I left the 5 out because she had been racing
against

state-breds. Then, I ran the WTW system and came up with the 2-4-3-7.

Needless to say, the only common horse was the 3 and paid $18.00.

My day was complete. I hope you had the 7th race pic3 at Aqueduct
many

times!

Thank You for giving me a new perspective in handicapping, a profitable

one, too!

Michael Lampkin

Seattle, Washington

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Below is the Personal Pick 3 Boxcar Payoff Method that gets sent along with
the book:

**Pandy’s Personal Pick 3 Boxcar Payoff Method
**

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Step 1). Using the Pace Shape Spot Play method, find your
key horses. For Pick 3’s, if you find two horses in a race that are closely
ranked and both are longshots, use both of them in the Pick 3. Remember to focus
on the types of races that I mentioned. If the Pick 3 only has one of these
races, that’s okay. As long as you have the key horses for at least one race.

Step 2). Use the Pace Shape Spot play method to find other
key horses in the other legs of the Pick 3, even if the races are allowance,
stakes races, etc. Although the method works best in maiden races and certain
types of claiming races, it can still be used for Pick 3 handicapping. Naturally
at some tracks you’ll be able to find Pick 3 sequences where all of the races
are maiden or claiming races, which is even better.

Step 3). Look over the horses in the Pick 3 to see if any
other longshot angles in this book apply.

Step 4). Now you should have indentified your Pace Shape
spot play longshots in one or more legs. We need to find the other horses to
use. Using the speed figures (Bris, Beyer, etc.), look over each horses last
three starts at an appropriate distance and surface. In other words, if
today’s race is a 6 furlong dirt race, look at the horses best recent dirt
sprint figures at 6 furlongs to 7 furlongs. Remember, I don’t trust figures
lower than 6 furlongs. Circle the two horses that have the best recent speed
figures based on their last three starts. For instance, say a horse ran 6
furlongs in 83 last time, but ran 6 ½ furlongs in 92 two starts back. That
horse is a 92. We are looking for its best recent sprint speed figure based on
its last 3 dirt sprint figures. Find the two best horses based on this criteria
and circle their names.

Step 5). By now you should have one or two horses in each
race that qualify on Pace Shape. If you are confused about a race, say all of
the horses have high pace figures and one stands out, don’t worry, that
happens. You should also have two horses circled in each race that have the top
recent speed figures based on today’s distance and surface. At this point, you
want to make sure that you have at least 3 horses in each race. If the Pace
Shape horses are the same as the Speed Figure horses, you may not.

For instance, say in the first leg of the Pick 3 the 6
horse is the Pace Shape Longshot. And, in that same race, the 5 and 6 have the
best recent Speed Figures. That means that you only have two horses in the race
to use in the Pick 3. In this situation, find the next-best horse based on Speed
Figures. Or, if two horses are closely ranked in E1 and E2 and are clearly
superior to the others, use both of them. The bottom line is, for this method,
you want to use at least 3 horses in each race.

Step 6). At this point you should have 3 horses circled or
written down as your horses in each of the three legs of the Pick 3. Now, look
over each race and see if there’s a horse that you are worried about that is
not one of the top 3 you’re using, because
either you like the horse based on other handicapping principles, or the horse
is obviously a legitimate favorite that you are worried about. If you find more
than 2 horses, the sequence is probably a pass, unless you feel comfortable
making a bet of that size. But, if you find one or two more horses, include
them. You can also use longshots that qualify on the Longshot Angle and
indicators that I’ve included in this book. The more potential longshots you
include, the better chance you have of hitting a Pick 3 that pays big.

This means that you ticket will either be 3 x 3 x 3 (9
horses) or something like 3 x 4 x 4 or 3 x 3 x 5 (11 horses). 3 horses in each
race is $27.00 for a $1.00 pick 3. If you add a horse, that cost is $36.00, if
you add two horses, the cost is $48.00.

I personally will go up to $64.00 and add 3 horses going 4
x 4 x 4, or 3 x 5 x 4 (12 horses) if I feel that the Pick 3 has a good chance to
pay good. I concentrate on Pick 3’s that I feel are not likely to be won by
all favorites. This is up to you, everyone has to bet within their comfort zone
and bankroll.

I haven’t included any “singles” here because I
recommend that you look for Pick 3 sequences where there are no obvious odds on
horses that look like locks. The idea is to go for a big payoff. I’m not a big
fan of using singles. I’d prefer to go something like 3 x 4 x 5 or 3 x 4 x 6
using the techniques I’ve mentioned in this book.

If you have deeper pockets and want to seriously attack the
Pick 3, it’s a good idea to add a few “hedge bets” on the potential
shorter-priced combinations. Plus I sometimes put extra money on combinations
that I prefer.

One last point about the Pick 3 method. If you’re a good
handicapper and you’re confident in your ability to find the other contenders
using your regular handicapping method, that’s great. Then you can just use
the Pace Shape Method and other angles and indicators in this book to spot the
longshots and your regular method to pick the other contenders. In this case,
you can bypass the Speed Figure way of finding the other contenders.

If you’re not into Pick 3’s, that’s fine. You can use
the methods in this book to spot live longshots for exactas, doubles, trifectas,
superfectas, win bets or win bet parlays. In my next book I’ll show how to use
class and late speed to handicap route races and turf races.

*Exotic Longshots *booklet included as Free Bonus with
every order of my book, Pace Handicapping Longshots.

## Note: In the 9th race at Aqueduct on Wednesday, April 17, 2013,
the top rated Middle T Longshot, Fantastic Eyes, won and paid $87.50. A friend
of mine who has the system called me to tell me that this horse, which was 30-1
on the morning line, was the top ranked horse in the race and we both bet it. If
you have the system, you could have had this $87.50 winner.