Since I haven’t posted here in a while, I thought it would be good to recap my 2014 horse wagering season. They are just past the halfway mark at Canterbury Park here in Minnesota and I’ve been to the track about a dozen times. I can only recall about three times where I left with more money than I came with. Serious punters would keep track of every wager. My budget is about $20 per race, which gets allocated between exacta and trifecta and superfecta wagers. Most of the time my winnings are between $120 to $140 per session, but if the total amount wagered was $200, you are still leaving with less than you came with. Recently, I began purchasing past performance stats from the Equibase website. That has been a handicapping time saver and has improved my results in several races. The only problem is that the PP stats are not a guarantee for success. Experience and intuition are often the best bet.