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Recently I read an article about a guy nicknamed “Duffel Bag Boy” who was cleaning up in Vegas on fading my beloved Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team. I readily admit that the Scarlet Knights are currently the doormat of the Big Ten and that even our local Pop Warner team could probably beat them. Covering against Indiana and then against Northwestern on Homecoming weekend, put them at 2-5 against the spread through October 20th. It wasn’t that long ago that Rutgers was crushing the spread. Well, maybe it was a while ago — or I am showing my age and
For many horseplayers and handicappers, the approaching winter racing season means Florida and Southern California racing is soon to come, as the best racing of the season migrates away from cold-weather places. However, there’s at least one cold-weather place where racing continues all through the fall and winter. And it’s a place that handicappers should not overlook — Aqueduct. Even if you are the type of horseplayer who prefers to play the big winter meets at this time of year, Aqueduct offers excellent betting opportunities for winter-racing horseplayers, particularly on weekends, with big pools and big purses and good racing
How many times have you been on the fence about a horse? You sort of like that four-horse in the fifth race, but not enough to go too heavy on the race. Then you look up at the monitor and Track Handicapper Johnny makes him his top selection and you hear Rail Guy shouting from somewhere, “I love dat four horse. Did ya hear me, bro? Hey, ya got wax in your ears or somethin’?” You probably wish you did have wax in your ears, and a clothespin for your nose when Rail Guy gets too close. Let’s step back
In a year with a rare Triple Crown winner, Hronis Racing’s Accelerate made his own case for Horse of the Year with a one-length victory in the 35th running of the $5,358,000 million Breeders’ Cup Classic (GI) at Churchill Downs. In doing so, the handsome son of Lookin’ at Lucky gave trainer John Sadler his very first win on Racing’s Championship Day from 44 previous starters and also an initial win for his owners, Kosta and Pete Hronis. As the lukewarm favorite at more than 5-2 under jockey Joel Rosario, Accelerate paid $7.40, $6 and $4.40. Gunnevera, a 30-1 outsider
When Triple Crown winner Justify retired to stallion duty this past summer, his absence left a significant void in the daily operations of Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert’s barn. The empty stall on the corner of barn five at Santa Anita, which also housed American Pharoah three years earlier, a constant reminder of a journey to the summit in thoroughbred racing unfortunately cut short by injury or the lure of a lucrative stud deal. So, when Baffert instructed his staff to put a plain bay 2-year-old son of Candy Ride in that stall, just about everybody should have noticed.
In a revealing interview, US Racing’s Tara Cochran sits down with Ron Moquett, trainer of Whitmore, about that one’s chances in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (GI). Whitmore is 9-of-13 at the distance and was last seen finishing a close second to Promises Fulfilled (who is also in the Sprint) in the Phoenix Stakes (G2) at nearby Keeneland. Moquett talks about Whitmore’s training coming up to the big race, his recent gate schooling and where he expects his horse to be in the early stages of the Sprint. He also shares some personal stories, including a health scare that changed his
Aqueduct: Red Smith ,$200,000 ,3&up ,11f Turf
Churchill Downs: River City Handicap ,$100,000 ,3&up ,9f Turf
Del Mar: Bob Hope Stakes ,$100,000 ,2yo ,7f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Tokyo Sports Hai Nisai Stakes ,$588,000 ,2yo ,9f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Mile Championship ,$1,971,000 ,3&up ,8f Turf
Del Mar: Red Carpet Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up f/m ,11f Turf
Churchill Downs: Falls City Handicap ,$200,000 ,3&up f/m ,9f Dirt
Churchill Downs: Cardinal Handicap ,$100,000 ,3&up f/m ,9f Turf
Aqueduct: Fall Highweight Handicap ,$200,000 ,3&up ,6f Dirt
Del Mar: Hollywood Turf Cup ,$200,000 ,3&up ,12f Turf
Churchill Downs: Mrs. Revere Stakes ,$200,000 ,3yo f ,8.5f Turf
Churchill Downs: Clark Handicap ,$500,000 ,3&up ,9f Dirt
Aqueduct: Comely Stakes ,$200,000 ,3yo f ,9f Dirt