The MHR is our newest report!
For years the WCHR and ECHR have been known for the debut winners we've provided members, and now, a our newest report, focusing on maiden races which aren't covered in the ECHR or WCHR, a great addition to the WCHR and ECHR, or, by itself, we're discussing sires, hot and cold, the broodmares, as well as addressing patterns of trainers and how those particular barns bring their horses up to a strong debut, and/or a trainer giving the race.
In the end, we're seeking out vulnerable favorites, all adding up to valuable risk-rewards for our members, at least that's the goal, educate, teach, discuss, while looking for solid risk-reward situations!
How many pays do we release?
One week we might have 2,3,4 releases, and the following week just one. We're not looking to fill spaces, only applicable when runners fit our risk-reward criteria.
Also, follow us on Twitter
Rob Henie @ TopRaceReports
'West Coast Handicapping Report (WCHR), put together with exceptional dedication by Rob Henie. His handicapping expertise is first-rate, but of equal import are the stats he provides that give insights into the daily Southern California racing scene. Probably the best daily report in California, since Ron Cox and Don Montillon's Northern California Track Record.'
Excerpt from the classic Steve Davidowitz book, BETTING THOROUGHBREDS IN THE 21st CENTURY
"Successful handicappers combine intelligence, patience, discipline and roll-up-your-sleeves hard work to thrive in the difficult world of thoroughbred racing. There is no quick
20-plus years as TV analyst for
"In my view, it certainly behooves anyone who wagers on the races at Gulfstream Park in the wintertime or the New York tracks during the rest of the year to read the ECHR. Those who follow the WCHR, the sister publication that covers racing in Southern California, have long known that Rob Henie not only does a terrific
Santa Anita Morning Line maker / Racing Historian