Joe Takach Productions
32552 Alipaz Street, #3D
San Juan Capistrano CA 92675
Office Phone (949) 248-2246
Best time to reach Joe is between
7:00AM to 10:00AM Pacific Time
Office FAX (949) 248-2355
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A DIFFERENT APPROACH
In your own personal handicapping methodology, instead of thinking
only about speed, pace, class, trip pedigree, connections, jockey, post position etc., do you ever look upon the horse you are handicapping at the moment as a “living and breathing” entity
, or do you only see numbers?
If you are only “crunching numbers”
and/or playing an endless array of pet “angles”
such as first-off-the-claim, stretching out, shortening up, first lasix, dirt to turf or vice versa, returning to most favored surface or racetrack, second or third off a layoff, move to a stronger rider etc., you are missing 50% of our great game.
But most important of all, you are also throwing your money away
by continuing to ignore the reality that a horse is an athlete and not a machine.
Would you like to turn your game around without changing
anything in your own methodology, but rather by adding very positive proprietary information?
Would you like to save countless bad bets
on horses that can’t possibly win today?
Understanding the “how to” of “physicality handicapping”
that can be applied to any racing circuit in the world, is contained in all my writings, my books and my all-time best selling BEAT THE BEAM
But regardless of where you play, if you are serious about improving your game and want easy to understand tutoring on how to properly “look”
at a horse in conjunction with your own personal methodology, you have arrived at the right place
Who is Joe Takach?
Joe Takach has emerged as the nation’sleading authority on the body language of the racehorse. Joe’s “Beat the Beam” video (one of the best selling horse racing videos of all time)
is highly regarded and timely for those of us who, more and more, must observe races through the eye of a TV camera or a simulcast signal. Joe is also the author of seven handicapping books
on the "physical readiness" of the racehorse and has been a guest speaker at the last three Handicapping Expos in Las Vegas. He and his staff have published the
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORSES TO WATCH since 1993.