Questions & Answers

About: The WOFS Speed Method


What do the letters and the name WOFS stand for?

Who's Out First & Second to reach the 1/8th call


Sounds like a dog barking? Sure it does! It's funny and even sounds cute. But, WOFS takes a big bite out of trifecta & superfecta pools!


Exactly what do I need to handicap using WOFS?

My WOFS Speed Method is very easy to learn!


  • All you need are 3 different color ( red, green yellow ) pens and today's program.
  • You can easily handicap 4 programs in less than an hour.
  • Find your WOFSDOGS, qualify your Stardogs and set up the bet.
  • Very easy to learn fast to handicap (1 to 3 minutes per race)


Does WOFS use stats in the handicapping process?

Absolutely not!


Stats have nothing to do with which dog wins a given race. While it's obvious using stats (or poking the same spot on a program) works "sometimes" it should be obvious that using stats or the "poke & hope" method doesn't work consistently! I don't mean to upset all the stat handicappers but stats are STUPID! You can't make sense out of nonsense!


Some players who know nothing about WOFS think that WOFS is some sort of stat "system" but this could not be further from the truth! WOFS is based on the 1st & 2nd dogs to reach the 1/8 call winning 75% or more of the time which is a result NOT a stat used in the handicapping process. WOFS does not use any calculations, math, formulas or STATS! You simply locate your WOFSDOGS, qualify your Stardogs and set up your bet using our patented Bet Generator which only our players have password access to at a private area of our website. Simple as that!




Why is your WOFS Speed Method not like a system?

WOFS is a "spot play method" which requires discipline!


Unlike handicapping systems & programs WOFS is not a system! WOFS does not attempt to play every or most races. WOFS is a spot play method of playing an average 1 out of 10 races. WOFS only allows you to play a race when a greyhound is located and meets my 11, 10 or 5 Stardog criteria depending on the type of Stardog you have located in the race. WOFS is NOT formula based. It has nothing to do with awarding points. Points systems are useless since the 1st & 2nd dogs to the 1/8th call win 75% or more of all the greyhound races regardless of who has the most points. So, what's the point of systems that award points? There is no point.


Do I have to handicap for many hours using WOFS?

RELAX! WOFS is so fast you will not believe it! 1 to 3 minutes a race average!


If you handicap for hours this should be a VERY BIG CLUE you're doing it wrong even before you get your typical losing result! Unless of course you're winning a lot of money which we both know is not the case or you wouldn't be looking for a solution to your handicapping problems would you? I takes me 30 to 45 minutes to handicap 4 programs (60 races) and less than 30 seconds to decide to pass a race because most don't meet my Stardog criteria. My players take 60 minutes or so to handicap 4 programs. However, WOFS does not sacrifice results for handicapping fast. My WOFS Speed Method results have been published for years. To this day WOFS are the ONLY proven results posted and published over an extended period of time and these results very much speak for themselves.




Do I need a computer to handicap WOFS properly?

WOFS is not a software program.


You don't need a database of useless data that gets old as you enter it. WOFS uses today's program, 3 different color pens and nothing more is needed except knowledge.


Does WOFS involve races beyond today's program?

Not at all. Handicapping past the program 6 line past performances is a waste of time and not needed when using The WOFS Speed Method.


WOFS handicapping takes an average of 1 to 2 minutes per race until a Stardog is located. Then a few minutes more to code the race and set up your bet using our patented Bet Generator. Past races beyond today's program is just old news and a complete waste of time! A dog could have been in great shape months ago but may be out of shape today. Or, they could have been in poor shape months ago and be in great shape today. So what's the point of downloading this information when it's not the least bit relevant today?




With so many players buying your training programs doesn't this reduce the payout on trifectas and superfectas?

I wish I had a nickel for every time I heard this question.


My training programs range from $2,700 to $25,000 and I only sell or train 1 or 2 per month. I make 99% of my money playing greyhounds not training players. I always have to laugh because if that question was asked about all the players who bought tip sheets you would be talking about hundreds of thousands of players in the USA and overseas. Yet, it's unlikely that more than just a few of my Pro players are playing the same live or simulcast location (of which there are 20 plus tracks and hundreds of simulcast locations) on the same day or night. However, if this were to occur as rare as it is the payoff would not be significantly less.


In fact, if grandma or grandpa placed a $2 straight bet on the winning superfecta combination the payoff would be reduced as much or more. For some reason people think I've trained thousands of players through the years despite that my training programs prior to 2006 were $20K and $10K and I did not not offer a Home Study Course. The fact is that I have only trained 100 plus players over the past 30 years.


With thousands and thousands of greyhound players playing daily and nightly across the country and around the world, I hardly think my hundred players or future 100 Home Study Course owners will make any difference in the trifecta and superfecta payoffs. Also, if I sold 50 HSC's a year (and I don't) I would be introducing 50 "Pro players" into Greyhound Racing each year. Yet, with "Online Wagering" Greyhound Racing wagering sites are registering "thousands of new players" each year while I'm sending in "1 to 2 pro players" a month to take their money.


Furthermore, I have NeTTwork partners at many tracks around the country and most handicap 4 to 6 tracks a day or night. At most live or simulcast track locations around the country you can play 10 to 17 tracks. However, the reality is that you simply don't have the time to handicap them all. So, you don't have to ever worry about payoffs going down. If anything, since online wagering some live tracks have closed but more players than ever have access to more tracks than ever before and most of them can play without ever leaving the comfort of their own home.


My average players make $50,000 to $75,000 a year and my top players $75,000 to $100,000. We have several players in my $100,0000 club each year. So, certainly my Pro players have not experienced diminished pools. In fact, the trifecta and superfecta pools have been steadily increasing through the years because of online wagering and will continue to do so for many years to come.


Does WOFS work overseas (outside the USA)?

Yes and no. I'll explain.


NO You cannot use WOFS overseas because overseas racing forms lack the critical 1/8th call data required to use WOFS properly and for serious profit.


YES!! We have MANY players from Australia, New Zealand, the UK and other countires who have purchased my WOFS Home Study Course. These players are doing GREAT! This is because they play online and wager on USA races using WOFS.