Andrew Beyer is the author of the all-time best-selling handicapping book, Picking Winners, and the popular My $50,000 Year at the Races, The Winning Horseplayer, and Beyer on Speed. A columnist for the Washington Post, Beyer is the creator of the Beyer Speed Figures, the industry standard for measuring racehorse performance, which appear exclusively in Daily Racing Form. He lives in Washington, D.C. Tom Brohamer is the author of the classic Modern Pace Handicapping and is widely recognized as the leading pace analyst in this country. In addition to playing the races professionally, Brohamer lectures about racing throughout Southern California. He lives in Palm Desert, California. Steven Crist is the CEO, editor, and publisher of Daily Racing Form. Crist was formerly the turf writer for The New York Times, editor-in-chief of The Racing Times, and a vice president of the New York Racing Association. He is known in racetrack circles as the King of the Pick Six. Crist is also the author of Offtrack and The Horse Traders. He lives in Hempstead, New York. Steve Davidowitz is the author of the handicapping classic Betting Thoroughbreds. Davidowitz writes a regular column for The HorsePlayer Magazine and an Internet feature for Track Master. Davidowitz is also the editor of The American Racing Manual, the annual racing yearbook and almanac published by Daily Racing Form. He lives in Stamford, Connecticut. Dave Litfin is the New York handicapper for Daily Racing Form and the author of Dave Litfin's Expert Handicapping as well as Real-Life Handicapping. Besides his daily analysis, Litfin writes a weekly column on handicapping. Before joining Daily Racing Form, Litfin was a handicapper for New York's Daily News. He lives in Centereach, New York. James Quinn is the author of many successful handicapping titles, including the recently revised edition of The Handicapper's Condition Book. Quinn is recognized as the leading authority on identifying the class of horses, and conducts handicapping seminars throughout Southern California. Quinn has also written the lead articles on the Kentucky Derby and the Breeders' Cup Classic for The HorsePlayer Magazine. He lives in Arcadia, California. Alan Shuback is the European racing writer for Daily Racing Form and is one of this country's foremost experts on European racing. At The Racing Times, Shuback developed the two-line format for past performances of imports that has become the industry standard and a great benefit to handicappers. Shuback has reported on major races throughout the world. He lives in New York City. Lauren Stich writes about pedigree analysis and breeding for Daily Racing Form. Stich has worked for The Morning Telegraph, The Racing Times, and has freelanced on television and for American Turf Monthly. Stich also is a Thoroughbred breeder, bloodstock agent, and consultant at Thoroughbred auctions. She lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mike Watchmaker is the national handicapper for Daily Racing Form. He helps shape handicapping policy for the paper and improve the data in the past performances. Watchmaker, a former handicapper at The Racing Times and New York Racing Association linemaker, also ranks the leaders in each racing division throughout the year and writes regular columns on major events of Thoroughbred racing. He lives in Hicksville, New York.Daily Racing Form Staff is the author of 'Bet With the Best All New Strategies from America's Leading Handicappers' with ISBN 9780970014702 and ISBN 0970014708.