Opinion: Even A Veteran Horseplayer Can Learn Things From A ‘Rookie’

by | 09.20.2017 | 10:58am

Contestants at handicapping tournaments often represent a wide array of backgrounds and horse racing experience, from veteran horseplayers to those that are relatively 'new to the scene'.

While a longtime handicapper may feel he would learn very little from someone with less experience, sometimes it may be best to keep an open mind – you just might learn something.

In his latest blog post for HorseTourneys.com, Eric Wing writes –

It may be hard to relate to other types of tournament players, but they do make the contest world go 'round. And they can be very helpful to us.

The more I play tournaments—and the more time I spend around tournament players—the more I realize that other players know more than I do. A lot more.

But at the same time, that realization and that exposure to them has also helped make me a better player.”

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