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Kentucky Derby Road Stops at Oaklawn on President’s Day Holiday - Posted on: February 17, 2019

Monday marks the 54th running of the Southwest Stakes (GIII) at Oaklawn Park, the traditional prep for the Rebel Stakes (GII) in a month and also the Arkansas Derby (GI), which will be contested on April 13 this year. Though, so far through 53 previous years, only Smarty Jones in 2004 made it to the coveted Churchill Downs Kentucky Derby winner’s circle, a lot of other good horses have won the Southwest, some making the gate in Louisville on the first Saturday in May and some just going on to exceptional racing careers. The well-traveled and speedy New Mexico-based Bold


Road to the Kentucky Oaks: Rachel Alexandra Draws Field of 10 - Posted on: February 16, 2019

The Rachel Alexandra Stakes (GII) for 3-year-old fillies was first contested in 1982 and originally named the Davona Dale Stakes after the champion filly and Hall of Famer Davona Dale, who raced in New Orleans in the late 1970s and won the Kentucky Oaks (GI), Black-Eyed Susan Stakes (GI) and Acorn Stakes (GI) for owner/breeder Calumet Farm and trainer John Veitch. In 2001, Fair Grounds renamed the race for another champion, the Mike Pegram-owned and Bob Baffert-trained Silverbulletday, who won the Davona Dale in 1999 en route to capturing the Kentucky Oaks and Black-Eyed Susan Stakes as well, and was


Handicapping Reports for Aqueduct - Posted on: February 16, 2019

Free handicapping reports for Aqueduct on Feb. 16, 2019. WIN FACTOR REPORT Uses criteria such as speed, form, class and fitness to assess the fair odds of the top four win contenders in each race. Saturday (2/16/19) Aqueduct PACE PROFILE REPORT My personal favorite, this report features par speed figures along with my unique speed rations and a bunch of other interesting stuff. Saturday (2/16/19) Aqueduct *** FREE Handicapping Reports for Pegasus World Cup Day Pegasus World Cup Day is Saturday at Gulfstream Park and the 12-race program is packed with exciting races, including, of course, the $9 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational


Recalibrating Your Handicapping Can Lead to Success - Posted on: February 15, 2019

A recent study found that 80 percent of high school students thought that they are smarter than the average student. In another study, 90 percent of drivers thought they were better than the average driver. In a 1977 study, Patricia C. Cross found that 94 percent of professors thought that they were above average when compared to others in academia. People overestimate their abilities in most walks of life. Handicapping is no different. There are things you can find out that you are inadequate in very quickly. For me, tennis is one such thing. When I was in high school,


Fifty Points Up for Grabs in Overflow Risen Star - Posted on: February 13, 2019

Saturday’s $400,000 Risen Star Stakes (GII) at Fair Grounds drew a full field of sophomores, which isn’t much of a surprise since it’s the first North American Kentucky Derby (GI) prep race this year offering 50 points to the winner. Named for the much beloved Louisiana-based champion who went on to win the 1988 Preakness Stakes (GI) and Belmont Stakes (GI), the Risen Star is the required local prep to make Fair Grounds’ Louisiana Derby (GII) in five weeks. This year the race is sponsored by Lamarque Ford, which is interesting in that Lamarque Ford owner Ronnie Lamarque was also


A Tale of Two Horses on the Road to the Kentucky Derby - Posted on: February 12, 2019

It’s an enviable position to be in. Kenny McPeek has two graded stakes-winning colts that are moving along the Derby trail with just the right momentum. Signalman and Harvey Wallbanger have both made a strong impression, earning points toward being part of the field for the 145th Kentucky Derby, with the son of General Quarters having accumulated 12 points and the son of Congrats earning 10 for his victory in the Grade 2 Fasig-Tipton Holy Bull Stakes, Feb. 2. Both horses have demonstrated professionalism. “They’re different types,” said McPeek. “Harvey Wallbanger is a smaller type horse. He probably favors Distorted


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Graded Stakes Races

Feb 18

Oaklawn Park: Bayakoa Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up f/m ,8.5f Dirt

Oaklawn Park: Razorback Handicap ,$500,000 ,4&up ,8.5f Dirt

Oaklawn Park: Southwest Stakes ,$500,000 ,3yo ,8.5f Dirt

Feb 23

Santa Anita: Buena Vista Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up f/m ,8f Turf

Feb 24

Japan Racing Association: Nakayama Kinen ,$1,171,000 ,4&up ,9f Turf

Japan Racing Association: Hankyu Hai ,$765,000 ,4&up ,7f Turf

Mar 2

Japan Racing Association: Tulip Sho ,$979,000 ,3yo f ,8f Turf

Japan Racing Association: Ocean Stakes ,$765,000 ,4&up ,6f Turf

Gulfstream Park: Very One Stakes ,$150,000 ,4&up f/m ,9.5f Turf

Gulfstream Park: Palm Beach Stakes ,$150,000 ,3yo ,8.5f Turf

Gulfstream Park: Mac Diarmida Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up ,11f Turf

Gulfstream Park: Honey Fox Stakes ,$150,000 ,4&up f/m ,8f Turf

Gulfstream Park: Herecomesthebride Stakes ,$150,000 ,3yo f ,8.5f Turf

Gulfstream Park: Gulfstream Park Sprint ,$100,000 ,4&up ,6f Dirt

Gulfstream Park: Fountain of Youth Stakes ,$400,000 ,3yo ,8.5f Dirt

Gulfstream Park: Davona Dale Stakes ,$200,000 ,3yo f ,8f Dirt

Gulfstream Park: Canadian Turf Stakes ,$150,000 ,4&up ,8f Turf

Kentucky Derby Odds To Win !

145th Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 4, 2019
Game Winner
Improbable
Mucho Gusto
Signalman
War Of Will
6/1
18/1
18/1
20/1
20/1
Maximus Mischief
Tax
Gunmetal Gray
Vekoma
Mind Control
20/1
20/1
22/1
25/1
30/1
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Top Horse Racing Leaders

Jockeys
1. Javier Castellano

Starts
108
1sts
27
2nds
12
3rds
10
Starts
$5,707,394
Horses
1. City of Light

Starts
1
1sts
1
2nds
0
3rds
0
Starts
$4,000,000
Trainers
1.Michael W. McCarthy

Starts
18
1sts
6
2nds
1
3rds
2
Starts
$4,194,240