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The Sunshine Millions races at Gulfstream Park highlight the betting action this weekend. GP’s stakes-laden card features purses totaling $600,000. Below are free handicapping reports for not only Gulfstream Park, but also Santa Anita Park: 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 (1/19/19) Gulfstream Park Santa Anita Park 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 (1/19/19) Gulfstream Park Santa Anita Park RACE
Triple Crown hopefuls in Louisiana make their first steps down the famous trail toward the Kentucky Derby (GI) on Monday with the $200,000 LeComte Stakes (GIII) at Fair Grounds in New Orleans. The race, which is run at a mile and 70 yards over the main track, offers a scale of 10-4-2-1 points to the top four finishers toward making the gate for the Run for the Roses at Churchill Downs in 3 ½ months. A year ago, OXO Equine’s California shipper Instilled Regard gave Hall of Famers Jerry Hollendorfer and Javier Castellano their first victories in the race. The
I walked toward the stall and saw six nameplates on the door. The top plate said Alydar. I moved on to the next stall… Whirlaway. And the stall across the way… Citation. For lovers of American Thoroughbred horse racing history, there are few places that evoke the emotions one feels standing in the famous stallion barn at Calumet Farm. Drive along both Versailles and Van Meter roads in Lexington, Kentucky and you can’t miss it. The white, four-board fences, barns and outbuildings that are trimmed with rich green and red, and the distinctive red gate at the farm’s entrance. The
Another year of intense competition on the National Horseplayers Championship Tour is in the books, and a new NHC Tour Champion has been crowned. The NHC Tour winner was veteran player David Gutfreund of Chicago, who has been a prominent figure on the tournament scene for decades. Gutfreund won the NHC Tour’s grand prize of $100,000. After a relatively quiet first half of the season on the NHC Tour, Gutfreund caught fire and rode an epic hot streak in November and December to capture the Tour title, shocking Paul Shurman, who had been atop the overall leaderboard for much of
Are you a good handicapper? Are you a great handicapper? Maybe you are, but if you can’t manage your bankroll you’ll never make a dime off your picks, let alone make a living playing the races. It is the downfall of many great handicappers who have winning systems and approaches. Sometimes, you don’t make the smartest decisions. #1 Testing Out a New Angle/System With Live Money When I used to grace the grandstand at Monmouth Park, I was friendly with a local guy we called “The Trader”. Ryan had a variety of licenses and had dabbled in the stock market,
By Derek Simon Note: I wrote the following article several years ago, but received a request to post it again. It pertains to making a fair odds line and includes a link to an Excel program that I created to aid in the process. Recently, I’ve been getting quite a few inquiries about fair odds lines — mainly, how does a horseplayer go about making one and what are they good for? Let’s kick off the discussion with the last question — after all, what’s the use in creating something without first knowing what it does (trust me, I’ve seen
Aqueduct: Toboggan Stakes ,$100,000 ,4&up ,7f Dirt
Fair Grounds: Lecomte Stakes ,$200,000 ,3yo ,8.32f Dirt
Santa Anita: Palos Verdes Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up ,6f Dirt
Santa Anita: Astra Stakes ,$75,000 ,4&up f/m ,12f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Tokai Stakes ,$1,036,000 ,4&up ,9f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: American Jockey Club Cup ,$1,171,000 ,4&up ,11f Turf
Santa Anita: Megahertz Stakes ,$100,000 ,4&up f/m ,8f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Aichi Hai ,$673,000 ,4&up f/m ,10f Turf
Gulfstream Park: W.L. McKnight Handicap ,$200,000 ,4&up ,12f Turf
Gulfstream Park: Pegasus World Cup Turf Invitational ,$7,000,000 ,4&up ,9.5f Turf
Gulfstream Park: Pegasus World Cup Invitational ,$9,000,000 ,4&up ,9f Dirt
Gulfstream Park: La Prevoyante Handicap ,$200,000 ,4&up f/m ,12f Turf
Gulfstream Park: Hurricane Bertie Stakes ,$150,000 ,4&up f/m ,7f Dirt
Gulfstream Park: Fred W. Hooper ,$150,000 ,4&up ,8f Dirt