I have never bought a tip sheet because I don't need help losing my own money you should do the same,
I don't do tune-ups on my car.....can't be all that hard.
I don't repair my computer.....can't be all that hard.
I don't fix plumbing problems in my house.....can't be all that hard.
I'm willing to pay for expertise.
Why shouldn't I rely on somebody else's expertise when it comes to handicapping horse races?
There are guys out there, Jerry Brown at Thorograph, Jonathan Hardoon at Ragozin Sheets or Bruno deJulio doing the workouts reports, all of these guys live horse racing 7x24, they should be better than me doing it part time.
$25 seems like a cheap bargain for daily info imho. Even a guy like Andy Serling at NYRA who doesn't charge for his picks but is dedicated 60 hours a week to one circuit knows more about New York racing than I'll ever know. I will draw the line at TVG experts, not sure they are too good?
And now I've found a guy who measures feet per second in an excel spreadsheet, what's not to like?
I've found it easier to tear up tickets at 8/1 instead of 8/5.