What About Jeff?
SIEGEL TARGETS ADW PLAYERS IN NEW NATIONAL TURF DAILY SEMINAR
Long time National Turf handicapper Jeff Siegel will gear his thoroughbred analysis toward ADW and simulcast players when he offers best play selections and wagering strategies on a daily basis from various tracks around the country beginning Saturday, April 22.
Siegel, who had mostly confined his analysis to racing in Southern California since National Turf's inception in 1989, now will provide customers with what he calls "the cream of the crop" while concentrating on those venues that offer full fields and the best opportunities for profitable play. Among the circuits that Siegel will pay special attention to include New York (Belmont Park, Saratoga), Kentucky (Churchill Downs, Keeneland), Illinois (Arlington Park) and Woodbine, in Canada. Selections and wagering strategies from other tracks will be incorporated as well when deemed worthy.
"Since the great majority of money wagered on thoroughbred racing now occurs off-track or through an ADW provider, I've learned that most horseplayers have no preference as to which track they're playing," said Siegel, who has served as a host and lead analyst for HRTV since 2003. Confining my National Turf commentary to the Southern California tracks – where the racing has steadily deteriorated and field sizes continue to shrink – no longer makes any sense. Now, I'll be examining race cards from every major venue in North America and the daily seminar will reflect a much greater range of plays and offer a much better chance to locate real value."
"You will never again hear me use the term 'bad card'," continued Siegel, "because once we condense our plays from various tracks into one single seminar, the 'card' will be nothing less that great."
In addition to isolating several "best play" opportunities from around the nation every racing day, Siegel's analysis also will include various "full card" seminars on a selected basis. An added bonus for customers will be the availability of the seminar on the National Turf website the evening before, and customers will then be invited to check back in the morning or early afternoon for any late updates.
"If a late scratch or a change in track surface prior to first post has any impact on my analysis, the customer will have a chance to download or view a revised edition," said Siegel. "The updated seminar – if one is necessary – will be available at no further cost."
Siegel's Simulcast Seminar on a daily basis is priced at $19.95, but substantial discounts – up to 50 percent off - are offered for packages of 10, 20 or 50 downloads, which may be used on any racing day of the customer's choice. Each day's seminar will be available free for inspection on that same evening, so potential customers can become familiar with the content and style of the product.
"Racing has changed dramatically and the winning horse player must change with it," explained Siegel. The concept of just playing only your home track has become obsolete. There are hundreds of money making opportunities offered on a daily basis. They're the cream of the crop and that's what we'll be looking for."
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