US Racing Weekend Race Recaps - Posted on: July 13, 2018

American Derby (G3) at Arlington Park In the American Derby (G3), a 1 1/8-mile turf affair for three-year-olds, run at Arlington Park on Saturday, 7-REAL STORY sprinted clear early and widened his lead through six furlongs in 1:11.45 and a mile in 1:35.46, before traversing the final furlong in a quick 12.15 seconds to hold off a fast-closing 6-CAPTIVATING MOON by 1 ¾ lengths. 4-DUBBY DUBBIE was another neck back in third. Real Story’s final time was just a fifth of a second off the course record set by Mr. Leader on July 4, 1970, and last tied by World

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How to Bet the All-Stakes Pick-4 at Indiana Grand - Posted on: July 13, 2018

By Scott Dick Derby Day Racing This Saturday, Indiana Grand will host its biggest day of racing which is highlighted by the $500,000 Indiana Derby (G3).  The race card for Saturday is loaded with full fields, over $1 million dollars in purse money, and several excellent betting opportunities, including an early 50-cent pick-5, (races 1 through 5), early pick-4, (races 2 through 5), and a late, all-stakes pick-4 (races 5 through 8). After much deliberation, I’ve decided to take a swing at the all-stakes Pick 4, which begins in race 5 with the $100,000 Michael Schaefer Mile. Seeking the Soul

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How to Bet the All-Stakes Pick-4 at Indiana Downs - Posted on: July 13, 2018

By Scott Dick Derby Day Racing This Saturday, Indiana Grand will host its biggest day of racing which is highlighted by the $500,000 Indiana Derby (G3).  The race card for Saturday is loaded with full fields, over $1 million dollars in purse money, and several excellent betting opportunities, including an early 50-cent pick-5, (races 1 through 5), early pick-4, (races 2 through 5), and a late, all-stakes pick-4 (races 5 through 8). After much deliberation, I’ve decided to take a swing at the all-stakes Pick 4, which begins in race 5 with the $100,000 Michael Schaefer Mile. Seeking the Soul

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Mixed Bag of Runners Set for Hoosier State’s Derby - Posted on: July 13, 2018

A field of nine is expected to line up for Saturday’s for the 24th running of the $500,000 Indiana Derby (GIII) at Indiana Grand in Shelbyville, IN, with Thomas Conway’s King Zachary earning early 6-5 morning line favoritism off his impressive 4 ¾-length victory in the Matt Winn Stakes (GII) at Churchill Downs a month ago. The $550,000 Dale Romans-trained son of Curlin will face a pair of California shippers, as well as the Pat Day Mile (GIII) winner Funny Duck after his lackluster Matt Win performance. The weather in Indiana will be hot and humid on Saturday night, but

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Short, Talent-Stocked Field Entered for Los Alamitos Derby - Posted on: July 13, 2018

The names of just five runners were dropped into the entry box for Saturday’s $150,000 Los Alamitos Derby, which is now in its fourth year Los Al after being run at Hollywood Park as the Swaps Stakes since its inception in the mid-1970s. Included in the field of expected runners are three stakes winners, two of which captured graded events. The recent scorching Southern California weather is expected to back off by Saturday and temperatures are expected to hover in the mid-80s and no rain is expected. Last year champion West Coast won this nine-furlong test on his way to

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US Racing Weekend Race Recaps - Posted on: July 13, 2018

American Derby (G3) at Arlington Park In the American Derby (G3), a 1 1/8-mile turf affair for three-year-olds, run at Arlington Park on Saturday, 7-REAL STORY sprinted clear early and widened his lead through six furlongs in 1:11.45 and a mile in 1:35.46, before traversing the final furlong in a quick 12.15 seconds to hold off a fast-closing 6-CAPTIVATING MOON by 1 ¾ lengths. 4-DUBBY DUBBIE was another neck back in third. Real Story’s final time was just a fifth of a second off the course record set by Mr. Leader on July 4, 1970, and last tied by World

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Race of the Week: Delaware Handicap - Posted on: July 13, 2018

Saturday’s Delaware Park card appears to be loaded with value — and I especially like the two graded stakes races. In the eighth race, the Kent Stakes (G3) for three-year-olds going 1 1/8 miles on the grass, 5-UNTAMED DOMAIN has been made the 5-2 morning line favorite, yet I can’t stand his speed rations (my own pace figures) — even though his numbers as a juvenile were pretty good. Instead, I’m leaning to 1-CARRICK (9/2 on the morning line), who makes his stakes debut after a really solid performance in a $50,000 starter allowance affair (91 Brisnet speed figure, 0

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Cash In on Belmont-to-Saratoga July Dirt Route Races - Posted on: July 11, 2018

Dirt route races are just one of the many facets of racing in New York at this challenging time of the year. Handicappers who understand the differences between horses that excel in two-turn races at Saratoga as opposed to one-turn races at Belmont will enjoy a strong betting advantage in those races throughout the month July. The other horseplayers out there who fail to sufficiently acknowledge this enormously important difference between Belmont Park and Saratoga, on the other hand, will struggle badly. One of Saratoga’s long-standing nicknames is the “Graveyard of Favorites” and the track has that reputation for a

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It’s About Time That Horse Racing Put Bettors First! - Posted on: July 10, 2018

I witnessed a robbery yesterday. Not the kind involving weapons or ski masks or a W-4 form, but a robbery nonetheless. It occurred in the sixth race at Thistledown, where the horse that crossed the wire first — by 1 ¾ widening lengths, mind you — was taken down for interference in the stretch… even though he had nothing to do with the incident. How can that be, you ask? Well, it just so happens that Game Over was coupled in the wagering with Chromium, a horse that had last raced for a $5,000 claiming tag and was now in

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How I Became a Fan of Horse Racing - Posted on: July 9, 2018

I have been following sports for nearly half a century. It all started when my stepfather had a part-time job as a Kansas City Royals and Chiefs usher, at the now-defunct Municipal Stadium in 1969. On occasion, he would bring me to the games and put me in an aisle seat in his section where he could watch me. As a consequence, I got to see the expansion Kansas City Royals their first season and, later, the post-Super Bowl winning Kansas City Chiefs. Admittedly, as a young boy at Chiefs games, I was more impressed with the horse War Paint

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