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I'll post and share this now while I have a moment. Sometimes if you can overlook something that everybody else is cautious of, you can make a good score. Today in Gulfstream's 2nd I ended up with 3 contenders (1,6,3) as seen below. They were all kind of close at the 1st call time. However only...
Since we're all warmed up from Pete's race down the hill at Santa Anita a couple of weeks ago, I thought we might try another. I like turf races loaded with early speed and this state bred stakes race qualifies. ...
CALCULATOR grabbed 10 additional Kentucky Derby points, and a long-overdue maiden win, with a visually-impressive victory over seven overmatched rivals in last Saturday's Grade 3 Sham Stakes at Santa Anita.
Given the finalists, I don’t think anyone could say there was even one mildly surprising winner in the 17 equine and human Eclipse Awards announced Saturday night. In a 2014 racing season that had some controversy – the running of the Breeders’ Cup Classic and PETA’s unfounded allegations against Steve Asmussen, to name two matters that immediately come to m […]
Two things have happened since the $125,000 Rego Park Stakes was originally drawn that have trainer Rick Violette feeling even better about his chances with Deficit Hawk going into Friday’s rescheduled stakes at Aqueduct.
After Good Luck Gus won the Damon Runyon Stakes for New York-breds on Dec. 14, part-owner Michael Dubb said he would like to give the colt a chance in an open-company stakes for 3-year-olds early in 2015.
Bayern, Toast of New York, California Chrome, and Shared Belief - the first four finishers of the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita on Nov. 1 - are among 296 horses from 15 countries nominated for the $10 million Dubai World Cup at Meydan Racecourse in the United Arab Emirates.
Online wagering provider Xpressbet, in conjunction with Santa Anita Park, Gulfstream Park, and The Stronach Group, unveils a new Pick 4 wager Feb. 7 featuring four important stakes races at the two tracks.
In her first start, which came last November at Del Mar, Bad Ju Ju broke slowly, rushed up, then faded to fifth. Four weeks later at Los Alamitos, in her second start, she broke sharply and kept on motoring, crushing maidens by more than nine lengths.
New and Exciting Wager will include a $500,000 Guarantee January 28, 2015 (Washington, PA) – Leading online wagering provider, Xpressbet, in conjunction with Santa Anita Park, Gulfstream Park and the Stronach Group, is excited to announce its plans to offer horseplayers the opportunity to play a special Pick 4 on Saturday, February 7. […] The post XPRESS […]
ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 25, 2015)–Texas-bred Pure Tactics rallied from off the pace to take Sunday’s $75,000 Clockers’ Corner Stakes by a half length under Mike Smith, negotiating 6 ½ furlongs down Santa Anita’s hillside turf course in 1:12.28. Trained by Doug O’Neill, Pure Tactics shortened up out of a sixth place run in the […] The post PURE TACTICS UP TO […]
The Seattle Seahawks’ secret weapon just might be their willingness to give a sports psychologist the freedom to roam the training facility, locker room and even the sidelines every game, to make sure their heads are as sound as their bodies.
The New England Patriots and coach Bill Belichick are the value investors of the NFL. Unlike most football teams, who follow strategic trends, the Patriots change their schemes once they become too popular.
Martin Brodeur, the winningest goaltender in NHL history, has decided to retire as a player but will remain with the St. Louis Blues as an adviser in the team’s front office. Plus, Tiger Woods explains how his tooth got knocked out.
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