Winning at the Track is a speed/pace program that is now available as stand-alone software and as a unique, interactive handicapping program. In both cases, the WATT program measures the capability of each horse based on its most recent past performances (up to ten). These capabilities are displayed in a variety of ways including Ability; Pure Speed; Early Speed; and Late Speed. Most importantly, your "Key Horse" appears within the top three PM Ratings virtually every time.
The Winning at the Track "Classic" package ($199) includes the original program introduced in 1985 - The original WATTdos program and the Database program. Liberty Publishing will continue to sell and support these WATT programs. Also, online members can purchase the "Classic" version for $69 and then receive stand-alone updates at no cost.
The WATT stand-alone programs perform beautifully regardless of the PC operating system: Win95, Win98, 2000, XP, VISTA, Win7, or Win10. However, machines with 64-bit processors will require an internet download of the free DOSbox program (a computer within a computer), not supported by LPC.
Here is a short tutorial that explains the overall WATT concept used in both the Classic stand-alone and the online versions, although the online program is far more advanced. Any questions? Take a minute to watch this tutorial:
A continuous tutorial featuring the original Classic Version
(TO BEGIN, HIT YOUR "REFRESH" KEY)
For more details on the key elements of this extraordinary software:
The Pace Analyst Section
The Graphics Section
The Database Transfer
And the new Interactive site, described here...
The WATT Online Service Explained
"Winning at the Track is, by far, the best contender-selection program available! And, I've used 'em all."
"I have been handicapping for many years and was one in the original group that studied with Dr. Sartin, so I know a lot about handicapping and computer use.
I have been using your Winning at the Track program for several years now because I have found it to be the best that I have ever used ..."
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