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By Ray Wallin Recently a reader emailed me a question. Scatterbrained Scott wanted to know how to get more time to handicap and how to use that time efficiently. This is a problem that I know I lot of part-time horseplayers suffer from. We are trying to juggle our day jobs, handicapping the races and sports, and making sure we devote enough time to our families and loved ones. It can be hard to devote our full attention to handicapping the races with so many other responsibilities in our busy lives, but there are ways you can make the most
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 rescue story. By Margaret Ransom Hello, Blanche. I’d like to introduce you to Purgatory Cat. She is an 18-year-old daughter of Tale of the Cat and the Damascus mare Damearco. But here at The Bridge she is Blanche. We pulled Blanche from a last-chance-before-shipping auction in September because, well, she didn’t deserve to be dumped there. Blanche
By Mike Farrell Jim McKay, the legendary host of ABC’s Wide World of Sports and a lover of thoroughbred racing, returned from the inaugural Breeders’ Cup in 1984 with a thought that would not let him rest. Why couldn’t his beloved Maryland racing industry stage its own equivalent of the Breeders’ Cup for horses bred in the state? From McKay’s vision and dedication sprang a new series in 1986—Maryland Million Day. That great tradition continues Saturday at Laurel Park with a 12-race card topped by the $150,000 Classic. The concept that started in Maryland has now spread across the country
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
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
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
Keeneland: Sycamore Stakes ,$150,000 ,3&up ,12f Turf
Belmont Park: Hill Prince Stakes ,$400,000 ,3yo ,9f Turf
Belmont Park: Noble Damsel ,$200,000 ,3&up f/m ,8f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Fuji Stakes ,$1,221,000 ,3&up ,8f Turf
Keeneland: Lexus Raven Run Stakes ,$250,000 ,3yo f ,7f Dirt
Woodbine: Hendrie Stakes ,$150,000 ,3&up f/m ,6.5f AW
Japan Racing Association: Kikuka Sho ,$2,469,000 ,3yo ,15f Turf
Keeneland: Rood & Riddle Dowager Stakes ,$150,000 ,3&up f/m ,12f Turf
Keeneland: Valley View Stakes ,$150,000 ,3yo f ,8.5f Turf