Harness Racing Report: Building to the Breeders Crown - Posted on: October 16, 2021

By John Furgele The Little Brown Jug. A thrilling duel to the finish with Lou’s Pearlman nosing out Perfect Sting in the final leg of the pacing Triple Crown on Sept. 23 at the Delaware (Ohio) County Fair. The Kentucky Futurity Trot. Jujubee rolled to victory in the final leg of the trotting Triple Crown on Oct. 10 at the Red Mile in Lexington, Kentucky. And in a few weeks, the Breeders Crown at the Meadowlands on Oct. 29-30 that goes a long way in determining divisional champions for pacers and trotters. It’s quite a monthlong stretch in the harness

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The Lineup: Champions Saturday at Ascot - Posted on: October 15, 2021

By Richard Rosenblatt And now, a slight TV upgrade for your horse racing viewing pleasure: FOX Sports will have live coverage of British Champions Day from Ascot Racecourse in England on Saturday. The New York Racing Association has partnered with FOX, and England’s richest day of racing will air on FS2 from 8-11:30 a.m. (ET). America’s Day at the Races will feature live racing from Belmont Park, from 12:30-3:30 p.m., on FS2. TVG will have its usual live coverage of races from tracks around the country. Four Group 1 turf races are set for Ascot topped by the $1.5 million

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Belmont Fall Meet Trends to Help Build Your Bankroll - Posted on: October 14, 2021

By Noel Michaels The Belmont fall meet extends into early November with racing going on through the Breeders’ Cup weekend at Del Mar before closing Nov. 7, after which the New York racing scene shifts to Aqueduct. With four weeks left at Belmont, let’s check on a few trends that could help you boost your win percentages. Just like at the Keeneland and Santa Anita meets, most of the major stakes at Belmont are over. What’s left is good old day-in, day-out high quality racing and wagering, including top-rung turf racing and lots of 2-year-old races. Here are some observations

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Sizing Up the Breeders’ Cup Classic: Edge to Essential Quality - Posted on: October 14, 2021

By Ed McNamara Starting in 1984, the Breeders’ Cup has saved its best for last: 3-year-olds and older horses going 1 1/4 miles in the megabucks Classic, the season’s grand finale. With the racing world watching, the Classic has created an endless highlight reel. Longshot Wild Again taking down Gate Dancer and Slew O’ Gold in the first one. Ferdinand nosing out Alysheba. Sunday Silence holding off archrival Easy Goer. Arcangues scoring at an insane 133-1. Cigar capping a perfect season. Tiznow taking back-to-back photo finishes over European superstars. Zenyatta beating the boys, then losing a heartbreaker to Blame the

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NFL Odds, Picks for Week 6: Gruden’s Gone; Look for Bridgewater, Broncos to Repel Raiders - Posted on: October 13, 2021

By Ira Kaufman The NFL’s home-field advantage has been shrinking for a while and Week 6 offers a graphic example. Of the 13 games on the schedule being played in U.S. stadiums, eight road teams are favored, many by extravagant margins. The Bucs kick off the trend Thursday evening in Philly, where the defending NFL champs are 7-point favorites – even though Tom Brady is nursing an injured right thumb. This is an intriguing matchup. Tampa Bay is a road team on a short week and the Eagles may have salvaged their season with a comeback victory in Charlotte. Running

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Betting on Frontrunners: Know Before You Go - Posted on: October 13, 2021

By Ray Wallin Ask almost any handicapper about what pace style they think has an edge at the track and you will get the same answer: Early speed As handicappers we frame our reference of track bias on whether it is favoring early speed horses, not closers or off the pace runners. There are countless books and articles written on the subject but very few on stalkers and closers. Why? Early speed either wins or dictates the outcome of a race. Deciphering the pace of the race is a little bit of art and science. You can look at the

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The Farrell Report: 1 More Breeders’ Cup Qualifier at Keeneland; Belmont, Gulfstream Updates - Posted on: October 12, 2021

By Mike Farrell And then, there was only one. The “One” is the final remaining Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” qualifier before the season-ending championships next month at Del Mar. That contest is the $200,000 Jessamine (G2) on Wednesday at Keeneland. The winner of the 1 1/16 miles contest for 2-year-old fillies on the grass gets an automatic fees-paid invitation to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf (G1). It’s a last chance to grab for the gusto, and the response overwhelmed the entry box. The Jessamine attracted a full field of 14 with two more, Blissful and Haughty, sitting

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The Bridge Sanctuary: Saving Vivian (Formerly Known as Go For Glamour) - Posted on: October 12, 2021

Margaret Ransom, an award-winning writer who has worked in the horse racing industry for decades, recently moved to Texas from California and started The Bridge Sanctuary. Its mission is to bridge the gap from forgotten horses to forever safe horses. Here’s her latest story. By Margaret Ransom A year ago, the well-respected thoroughbred trainer Beau Greely passed away. A month ago, The Bridge Sanctuary rescued the only Kentucky Oaks starter of Greely’s successful but all-too-brief career. I can’t help but think how disappointed Greely would be to know a horse he took such pride in caring for was discarded like

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Keeneland: Rattle N Roll Shakes Off Rivals to Win Breeders’ Futurity - Posted on: October 9, 2021

By Ed McNamara Rattle N Roll struggled in his first two starts, getting off slowly when third in his debut and bolting on the second turn before being pulled up in his second race. He put it all together in his next start, surging late to break his maiden by three lengths last month at Churchill Downs. The best was yet to come Saturday. The previously erratic colt dominated the Grade 1 Breeders’ Futurity at Keeneland Racecourse, sweeping four wide into the stretch and bursting clear for a five-length win over another closer, Todd Pletcher’s Double Thunder. Ken McPeek trains

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Keeneland Sunday Stakes: Letruska Tops a Strong Spinster Field - Posted on: October 9, 2021

By Noel Michaels Three more “Win and You’re In” challenge races at Keeneland on Sunday close out meet’s opening Falls Stars Weekend, which featured a total of nine WAYI races at the historic track in Lexington, Kentucky. The 38th Breeders’ Cup is at Del Mar on Nov. 5-6. Sunday’s stakes lineup at Keeneland looks like this: the Spinster (G1) as a prep for the BC Distaff (G1), the Bourbon (G2) as a prep for the BC Juvenile Turf (G1), and the Indian Summer Stakes as a prep for the BC Juvenile Turf Sprint (G1). Let’s hit some winning tickets: 2021

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