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"Many times, I have taken short-priced winners and turned them into 25-to-1 shots (or higher) with my exotic wagering strategies.  


I am a serious player and bet my own money.  I understand that you are wagering your hard-earned money as well.


My basic wagering strategies

are based in reasonable increments: $6, $12, $24.  

If you're a 'larger volume' player, please feel free to hit the "repeat" button as you deem necessary!

Bottom line...I'm just like you:

I love horseracing and want to WIN!"


Thanks for your interest,

Toby Callet

Toby Callet is "America's Handicapper."

Toby Callet is a nationally recognized South Florida based public handicapper who has been a serious player on his own for over 40 years.


Over the past 28 seasons, he’s had an unmatched rate of success in both winners selected and return on investment (R.O.I.).


Aside from conducting countless seminars throughout North America, Callet appeared on four panels at the Horseplayers Expo at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas.  He’s also a longtime observer for Len Ragozin's "The Sheets."  He has earned the respect of many prominent names in horse racing through hard work and dedication to his craft.


He’s been a regular contributor on "The Thoroughbred Los Angeles Radio Show" for the past 26 years, hosted by Southern California handicapping stalwarts Jon Lindo and Bob Ike on KLAA 830AM Los Angeles. The show airs Saturdays at 9am to 10am Pacific Time (12pm to 1pm Eastern Time) and Sundays from 8am to 10am Pacific Time (11am to 1pm Eastern Time), hosted by Santa Anita's Publicity Director Mike Willman.  Live streaming and archives available on the show's website.


This winter season’s highlight was his KLAA radio show offering in the 8th Race @ Gulfstream Park on February 18.  His top selection BABY BILLY scored at a $21 Win mutuel.  His Exacta and Trifecta offerings came in exact order he selected.  The “cold” $2 Exacta paid $189.60 and the “cold” $2 Trifecta paid $1,823.20. 


Callet's followers have enjoyed many memorable scores, the greatest of which was his $48 Pick-Six Game Plan (that was also featured on Meadows Racing Network and the Fox SportsNet Pittsburgh) for the 1998 Breeders' Cup at Churchill Downs.  The return on that wager was $34,607.20 - not a bad return on investment! 


His daily offerings are three “Key Plays” usually centering on maiden and turf races.  A list of “Additional Horses Worth A Closer Look” is included.  This list has proven to be quite helpful to players who are interested in multiple race wagers! 

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