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DeanT
09-09-2013, 09:33 AM
The Horseplayer Monthly is an e-magazine that's totally free to both HANA and non-HANA members that is almost 100% focused on handicapping. We embarked on this project for three main reasons:


1. Handicapping horses is the greatest gambling game ever invented, and we want that shouted from the rooftops. We feel that horseplayers, new and old, crave handicapping information. By publishing a monthly magazine focused on it, if some of that information helps even one person become a better player, or reaches one person who does not know about horse racing handicapping but wants to, (and he or she becomes a new fan and bettor), we think we've done our job.


2. We feel by publishing the e-magazine, HANA can reach more people who may want to become HANA members, help out, be engaged to promote racing, offer ideas to make it better, lobby their political leaders (if need be) on horseplayer taxation, or uniform rules, or anything else that can help the sport. There is strength in numbers.


3. HANA is a volunteer organization and does not collect dues. Over the past several years, HANA has relied solely on the goodwill of fellow horseplayers through donations or a voluntary contribution through the purchase of a HANA Member Pin. We feel a publication such as Horseplayer Monthly can bring in a nominal amount of advertising dollars. This revenue will be used to help grow the organization in an exciting new direction. Members may visit Horseplayersassociation,org for a copy of our yearly financials.


We hope you enjoy the first issue of HANA's Handicapping Monthly. We thank everyone who worked on getting it done, our advertisers, and the fine people in the sport who responded to our interview
requests.


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This Month's Feature:
Are horses getting slower or faster? What's up with run up times? How are the TimeformUS figures constructed? Learn the answers in our Q and A with TimeformUS's Craig Milkowski.

Money Management, September's Super Trainer Spotlight: Learn When You Can Bet Against Jamie Ness , Handicapping Psychology,Battle of the Aggregators: 10 Questions with Ray Paulick and Seth Merrow

And more here. http://horseplayersassociation.org/hanamonthly.html



Let us know what you think.

Thanks!

DeanT
09-09-2013, 04:40 PM
Thanks to the Bloodhorse for the mention

http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/80576/hana-launches-monthly-e-magazine

And Ray at the Paulick Report.

And of course, Mike for letting us link it here, like he's done since 2008.

Dean

cj
09-09-2013, 05:21 PM
I'll be happy to answer any questions stemming from the Q & A here as well.

DeanT
09-09-2013, 05:32 PM
I put that up on twitter. Newbies have such a time learning about speed and pace figs, and Paceadvantage - with all the seasoned players in the general area - can be intimidating. I hope someone or two takes you up on it in this thread. Learning a bit about TF can up their ROI where they can have more fun betting the game.

DeanT
09-11-2013, 02:13 PM
Thanks to everyone who downloaded the emagazine the past few days. It's been pretty amazing.

Just a note: Mike Maloney is conformed for a story in next month's issue. If you'd like to ask any specific questions about how he goes about his betting day or prepares for it, let me know.

Cheers and thanks again.

Dean

DeanT
09-27-2013, 10:00 AM
The next magazine will be out this coming Wednesday or Thursday, so please chck your inbox.

Details on the mag this month are here.

http://blog.horseplayersassociation.org/2013/09/the-next-horseplayer-monthly-is-shaping.html

So far there is some neat handicapping stuff, and if you play Keeneland there are some excellent stats compiled by Jeff Platt on track bias, riders, trainers and what distances are won by what type of horses.