Santa Anita: Delayed Fall Meet Opens with 7 “Win and You’re In’’ Races - Posted on: September 23, 2020

By Margaret Ransom Santa Anita’s autumn racing season finally gets underway Friday (Sept. 25), a week later than originally scheduled due to the Bobcat Fire – the largest in Los Angeles County history – which created poor air quality and unsafe breathing conditions for humans and horses. For days since the gates opened following the Del Mar meet, Santa Anita was either closed for training, or training hours were cut short to protect the animals and people stabled at the track. Though the fire still rages, the smoke has pushed away from the Arcadia area and racing will go on.

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It’s Little Brown Jug Week, And We Do Care - Posted on: September 22, 2020

By John Furgele The harness racing season continues to move forward, and this week’s big event is the Little Brown Jug on Thursday that caps off a most prestigious few days of pacing at the Delaware County Fair. What’s usually a week in which 40,000 fans flock to the fair in Delaware, Ohio, but in 2020 it’s been spectator-free due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Little Brown Jug is one of the few true American throwback racing events left (despite no fair-goers this week). Race week provides not only families showing up to feed the chickens, have their kids get

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Tiz the Law Skipping Preakness; Breeders’ Cup Classic Up Next for Belmont, Travers Winner - Posted on: September 22, 2020

By Richard Rosenblatt Without a Triple Crown on the line, Belmont Stakes winner Tiz the Law will skip the Preakness on Oct. 3 and train up to the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at Keeneland on Nov. 7. The decision to pass on the Preakness – the final leg of the refashioned 2020 Triple Crown due to the COVID-19 pandemic – is not a surprise. Right after Tiz the Law finished second to Authentic in the Kentucky Derby (G1) on Sept. 5 – the second Triple Crown race after the Belmont on June 20 – trainer Barclay Tagg hinted as

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Belmont Park: Irad versus Jose Fall Meet Jockey Duel on Hold - Posted on: September 22, 2020

By Noel Michaels Fans of New York racing looking for leading riders Irad Ortiz, Jr. and Jose Ortiz were left flipping through their past performances and scratching their heads last weekend at Belmont Park. If you were wondering what happened to the top Belmont jockeys, here’s the rundown: Brothers Irad and Jose Ortiz were off serving suspensions dating back to the Saratoga and Belmont spring/summer meets. Other top riders, including Javier Castellano, Joel Rosario, and Junior Alvarado also missed days and were limited for the first three days of the Belmont fall meet. Irad Ortiz is serving a total suspension

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Recognize Risks, Reap Rewards at the Track - Posted on: September 21, 2020

By Ray Wallin Risks are everywhere. Any money you invest in the stock market has the potential to return a profit or lose you money when that clinical trial fails. You take a risk every time you get behind the wheel of your car. You take a risk when you buy yesterday’s sushi at half price at a gas station. There are also plenty of risks in playing the races. Folks that make their living playing the races know them all too well. Most importantly they know how to identify, measure, and mitigate them to remain profitable. What types of

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Starship Jubilee: A Lady and a Champ Wins Woodbine Mile - Posted on: September 20, 2020

By Richard Rosenblatt In Europe, top-flight fillies and mares take on the fellas on a regular basis (Enable, Magical of late). Not so in North America, where there are more than enough races to keep the boys and girls separated most of the time. So when it does happen, it’s probably a good idea to pay attention — and invest a few dollars just for fun. After all, Rags to Riches beat the boys in the 2007 Belmont Stakes (G1); Rachel Alexandra won the 2009 Preakness (G1), and Zenyatta soared from last to first in the 2009 Breeders’ Cup Classic

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Preakness Odds: Likely Favorites Authentic, Art Collector Tune Up for Trip to Pimlico - Posted on: September 19, 2020

By Richard Rosenblatt Bob Baffert’s merry pranksters, Authentic and Thousand Words, posted workouts at Churchill Downs on Saturday, and the trainer pronounced both 3-year-olds colts are in fine form two weeks before the $1 million Preakness (G1). Kentucky Derby (G1) winner Authentic put in the fastest of 38 works at 5 furlongs in 59.20 seconds, while Thousand Words went the same distance in a more leisurely 1:02.40. “Authentic is a big, strong horse and is handling things very well after the Derby,” Baffert told the Churchill Downs press office. “I think both horses worked really well this morning. They’ll work

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War of Will Leads Trainer Mark Casse’s Trio in Woodbine Mile - Posted on: September 17, 2020

By Mike Farrell Come gather round children and you will hear The tale of the coupled entry horseplayers once held so dear In the not too distant past, coupled entries were commonplace. If there was a connective thread among horses in the same race, such as common ownership or the same trainer, they ran as an entry. It was a hedge for the bettor. Who didn’t want two, or even three or more horses, for the price of one? Things have certainly changed. Declining foal crops, fewer owners investing in horses, and the growth of exotic wagers like the superfecta

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Preakness: Field Shaping Up for Final Leg of 2020 Triple Crown - Posted on: September 16, 2020

By Richard Rosenblatt This much we know: The Preakness isn’t until next month, and there won’t be a Triple Crown attempt that would carry an asterisk in this year of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a year when the final leg of the Triple Crown was first, the first leg was second and the second leg third. It’s been a year in which Tiz the Law had been the dominant 3-year-old after winning the Belmont Stakes (the first leg) and the Travers, until the Kentucky Derby (the second leg) on Sept. 5. That’s when Authentic dashed Triple Talk with a

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Fuggedaboutit: How Unlearning Makes You a Better Handicapper - Posted on: September 15, 2020

By Ray Wallin I know a lot of handicappers. Some are small winners, some are big winners, and others are not as lucky. My observations are that what holds the small winners back from making their living playing the races or the losing player from turning a profit is not their ability to learn new things. Rather it is their inability to unlearn what they already know. Many of the handicappers I know had been successful to a point, but their selections and bets no longer created any value or returned a profit. While you will hear me tell every

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