Prakash Gosavi is a renowned Indian horse race handicapper, researcher and writer who commands a phenomenal following thanks to his engaging writing style, original handicapping ideas and unique handicapping methods. Writing a special tipping column for the official website of the Royal Western India Turf Club (RWITC.com) between 2011-2014, which was audited under public gaze, he created a record by logging in 108 units profit, betting one unit on each recommended bet. He went on to post profits on recommended bets for 10 straight seasons, incurring a small loss in the 11th season.
As writer, Prakash Gosavi started career with The Indian Thoroughbred (now defunct) in 1991 as Associate Editor. After a brief stint with The Times Of India, he joined mid-day in 1995, and has since been working as Racing Correspondent for the popular Mumbai newspaper.
He attributes his success to an absolutely contrarian system he devised, which he named "Dynamic Handicapping" because it looks only at the dynamics of a live race (or playback of race video), and picks up future bet which, if it qualifies on all pre-decided parameters, is then backed without any regard to who it is racing against.
The system of Dynamic Handicapping is not only simple, but also practical. In all, the syllabus contains 16 tried and tested winning methods which students can put to use immediately as they go on learning each method.
Any handicapping method that assures a steady supply of decent-priced winners (not first favourites) must be termed powerful. These handsome prices popping up on winners make sure the winning edge strongly stays in the positive zone.
Prakash Gosavi's profitable run continues unabated. He yet again posted 123% profits during the most recent Mumbai racing season (2021-22), risking only 6% of his capital, making 58 bets and winning with 26 of them at a respectable strike rate of 45%.
A young team of key professionals, experts in their respective fields, assists Prakash Gosavi in his ideas and research.