horseplayer

horse·play·er

 (hôrs′plā′ər)
n.
A person who regularly bets on horseraces.
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horseplayer

(ˈhɔːsˌpleɪə)
n
(Horse Racing) a person who regularly bets on horse races
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horse•play•er

(ˈhɔrsˌpleɪ ər)

n.
a habitual bettor on horse races.
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He explains how he did it in his book 'Beyer on Speed' and followed that with 'The Winning Horseplayer' They are both good reads, with the author spicing up the subject matter with funny stories and interesting anecdotes.
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Now, you may not know this, but Father Christmas is something of a horseplayer. He reads the Racing Post when he can, takes particular notice of what Graham Cunningham and Richard Austen fancy, and compiles his own speed ratings.
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And make no mistake, this is a serious business, costing $200 to enter for a $20,000 first prize, plus a seat at the $1 million Horseplayer World Series in Las Vegas in January 2007.