in leg 1(r 9): if i was betting to win i'd use the 10 & 3. see how the 7 came out of the met mile and won, but there's too much early pressure in here with the 5,4,12,7 and 8.also i look for improvement from the 6 coming out of the met mile too,but don't have too much info on him to be certain. so...
This could be one for the ages. Although several horses show up above American Pharoah on this BL/BL screen, I don't put too much stock in it. To Win the Travers or any high level G1 race, you should have won (and recently) high Grade 1 races! AP has done that in spades and diamonds while the...
i figure the best way to go is with a win parlay. i made the 10 and 3 at parx. of course my friend in jersey twisted my arm so i looked at the race on thursday, 3 days before the race goes off-let's hope they're not scratched. let's say 2 ten dollar win bets and put it all the green on texas red in...
THE PIZZA MAN, profiled in the August 20, 2014 edition of the blog (http://www.drf.com/blogs/delivers-again), sent his many Chicago-based supporters home happy after capturing last Saturday's Arlington Million, but one horse on the undercard caught the eye and seems ready for the watch list.
The future of investing in horse racing will change the last 40 yrs we are told to look for winners no one made money in the long run but we should look for horses that will not hit the board the opposite is true i already have a plan in place that will change the way we play horse and make a living . no more wins only, tri and super will be the way to go It works well in maiden,soft 2yr old quarter horse,harness its in the works with good results
Undefeated Control The Moment powered home to a most impressive Metro Pace elimination victory at 1-5 and stamped himself as the clear-cut one to beat in the C$685,000 final on September 5. Voracity and Betting Line also won eliminations on Saturday night at Mohawk to earn the right to choose their posts next Saturday.
Trainer Ron Burke captured both $40,000 Yonkers Trot eliminations on Saturday night, with Colonial Trot winner Crazy Wow scoring out of the pocket for driver Tim Tetrick in the first and Yannick Gingras reining Habitat in the second. Murderers Row and Purrfect Bags also won finals on the card.
With a half-mile to run in Saturday’s 146th Travers Stakes at raucous Saratoga, trainer Bob Baffert knew his Triple Crown winner, American Pharoah, was in trouble. The body language emanating from jockey Victor Espinoza and how hard he had to ride the horse to keep him in front was telling.
The defeat hit like a ton of bricks. It was a crushing blow to the thousands who journeyed to Saratoga and those watching on TV. But the bottom line is that American Pharoah should not be blamed for this loss.
Santa Anita will offer a reduced schedule of 21 stakes for its 19-day autumn meeting, which runs from Sept. 26 to Nov. 1, compared to the 28 stakes in 2014 when the 25-day season included the Breeders’ Cup races.
American Pharoah worked at Santa Anita on Sunday, going five furlongs in 59.20 seconds. The workout left trainer Bob Baffert assured the Triple Crown winner is on course for the $1 million Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park on Aug. 2.
Connors, a five-time Open champion who will turn 63 next week, is in Queens to help a friend, the struggling 21-year-old Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard. But he’s leaving town before the tournament begins.