Here is a tongue in cheek article about some innovative uses of the Apple Watch for horseplayers.:) The Apple Watch is being released this month, and for horse racing, the innovations are as exciting maybe even moreso - as a Todd Pletcher interview where he tells he liked the work we just...
This freeware *Calcualator for Exotic* *wagers *has been around for some time, but I put a copy on our site for those having trouble finding it. This capability is built into the next RDSS 2.1 release. *-->* *HERE (http://sartinmethodology.com/pubs/ewc2.exe)
The Derby this year had record attendance. That means there were more people to see American Pharoah win than there were to see Secretariat win. Does anyone else not find that kind of remarkable in this day and age of seemingly continual bad news about the state of horse racing? I for one find...
If you’re familiar with me, you know I throw plaudits around like sewer covers. I think the term “great” is grossly overused in our game. But sometimes the spirit moves you, and I said what I said in that Twitter post because I meant it.
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
Az Ridge looks to stamp himself the horse of the meet as he leads a field of six in the $35,000 Hasta La Vista Handicap at Turf Paradise on Tuesday. The 1 7/8-mile grass event is the traditional closing-day fixture as the Phoenix track brings down the curtain on its 144-day meet.
With five victories from nine starters since April 25, Jamie Ness entered Tampa Bay Downs' May 3 card on one of those mini-hot streaks that have propelled him to the top of the track's trainer standings eight years in a row.
Kentucky-based horseman Roderick Wachman secured a Medaglia d'Oro colt for $230,000 (US$180,276), the highest price at the platinum session for weanlings at the Inglis Australian broodmare and weanling sale May 3.
Ten years after the Pennsylvania Derby was going to host for the first time the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner in the form of local runner Smarty Jones, Parx Racing will finally get that honor on Saturday when California Chrome starts the 1 1/8-mile race.
Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner California Chrome galloped over the Parx Racing track Thursday morning as he prepares to face seven other 3-year-olds in the $1 million, 1 1/8-mile Pennsylvania Derby on Saturday