Greg Lawlor San Diego handicapping expert and the creator of the Body Language Training Academy which is described as the handicappers “Missing Link”. Traditional handicapping has been a complex manipulating of past performance, current workouts and breeding history of the horse. Records of the trainer and jockey also play a big part of the decision-making process. Greg is a proponent of visual handicapping as well as traditional handicapping and has developed a complete training program which teaches visual handicapping. Greg stresses this is not a stand-alone system for the experienced handicapper but should be added to every handicapper’s tool box. The novice or inexperienced handicapper can use a horse’s body language as a stand-alone way of making their final decision as to the possible win or loss of a race.

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Chet Bruce

Chet Bruce is a Best Selling Author, Publisher of two Authority/Consumer Advocacy web sites; The San Diego Professional Journal and The Chet Bruce Authority Report.He is also contributing iReporter for CNN and Small Business Trendsetters covering the leading experts in the fields of Medical, Legal, Dental, Chiropractic, Finance, Real Estate, Health and Beauty and Small Business.