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"Mr. Taulbot was one of the pioneers in explaining the basics of thoroughbred handicapping. His book; 'Thoroughbred Racing, Playing for Profit; " and the Pace Calculator were well conceived and expressed the idea--alien to almost all at the time--that it involved much more than the quaint notion that class was the determining factor in picking winners. His writing was eloquent on the subject. Andrew Beyer gets too much of the credit--with his 'variant' contrived speed figures. Taulbot would have buried him."