A first-hand investigation of some of the country's most successful and lucrative thoroughbred-racing training facilities offers a wealth of information for handicappers and racing enthusiasts. These top-notch outfits have clearly separated themselves from the thousands of others struggling in this competitive business. What's their secret? What do they all have in common? Each chapter follows the trainer and his staff through a typical day of barn preparation and management, which is sure to uncover some sound wagering advice during live afternoon racing. Hardcover. 198 pages.