This book explains how the author, a professional gambler, finds it more profitable to back the occasional long-priced outsider rather than a high percentage of short-priced favourites. He concentrates on the handicap and applies factors like pace and the draw. His unique methods are developed from American commentators and have produced handsome rewards. His belief is to move away from the old ways of analysing form – who has beaten who, weight carried, winning distances, trainers and jockeys – to look at, principally, draw and class. To help get over his ideas, the author has produced over 50 pages of unique draw statistics which are an invaluable tool to picking out a winner.