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By Ray Wallin As handicappers there is no worse feeling than walking into the track prepared with some great betting opportunities only to second guess yourself when you get to the betting windows. You did your homework the night before. You know your contenders have a solid chance of winning today. Once it is time to spend some of your hard-earned bankroll on those plays you don’t feel so strong about them. Like most handicappers, you struggle with your confidence. You are not the first handicapper to feel this way and nor will you be the last. Even
By Mike Farrell The 2021 Triple Crown prep series concluded Saturday with a pair of upsets. Now comes the nerve-wracking three-week wait for the owners and trainers as we await the Kentucky Derby (G1). The preliminaries are over. Now it is a matter of each camp keeping the runners healthy and happy until race day. Any hiccup at this point — injury or poor workout — would be disastrous. It’s Derby time, and each 3-year-old gets only one crack at the sport’s grandest prize. It’s also an exciting time for racing fans as we move deeper into spring and anticipate
Arkansas Derby 2021 By Ed McNamara As expected, the Arkansas Derby was a duel into the stretch between front-runner Caddo River, the 3-1 second choice, and Concert Tour, the 3-10 favorite. Then the match race fell apart when along came 12-1 shot Super Stock. Ricardo Santana, Jr., saved ground along the rail down the backstretch, and his colt made a wide move into the stretch. Inside the eighth pole, Super Stock, on the outside, surged past Caddo River, who held second, and Concert Tour as he cruised to a 2 1/2-length victory in the $1 million, Grade 1 stakes at
Seems hard to believe, but the 147th Kentucky Derby (G1) is three weeks away. Since the 146th Derby was run in September instead of its traditional date on the first Saturday in May due to COVID-19, this year’s Derby is just around the corner. Yes, there’s one more major Derby points qualifier remaining, the $1 million Arkansas Derby (G1) on Saturday (April 10), plus the lesser-points prep Lexington Stakes (G3). But let’s take an early peek at the May 1 Derby lineup in what is likely to be a 20-horse maximum field. The Derby leaderboard has unbeaten Essential Quality (5-for-5)
By Richard Rosenblatt Calling all Kentucky Derby contenders! This is it. The Arkansas Derby (G1). A last big chance to collect enough qualifying points to get into a 20-horse maximum field and Run for the Roses. Win the race and you’re in with 100 points; run second and you’re likely in with 40 points; run third or fourth, and pick up 20 or 10 points, and it may be enough to boost your previous point total. But wait. There’s been no rush to Oaklawn Park for the $1 million race, and that’s unusual. A field of six – equaling the
The $1 million Arkansas Derby (G1) on Saturday at Oaklawn Park is the final major points-qualifier for the $3 million Kentucky Derby (G1) on May 1. A field of six has been entered for the 1 1/8-mile race that offers qualifying points of 100-40-20-10 the first four finishers. usracing.com is publishing profiles on the contenders in the days leading up to the race. Arkansas Derby 2021 Entries By Ed McNamara This colt emerged as a serious 3-year-old by leading throughout a 4 1/4-length runaway in Oaklawn Park’s Rebel Stakes, which Bob Baffert won for the eighth time. Heading into Saturday’s
Keeneland: Baird Doubledogdare Stakes ,$100,000 ,4&up f/m ,8.5f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Arlington Cup ,$780,000 ,3yo ,8f Turf
Keeneland: Elkhorn Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up ,12f Turf
Oaklawn Park: Apple Blossom Handicap ,$1,000,000 ,4&up f/m ,8.5f Dirt
Oaklawn Park: Oaklawn Handicap ,$1,000,000 ,4&up ,9f Dirt
Santa Anita: Californian Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up ,9f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Antares Stakes ,$737,000 ,4&up ,9f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Satsuki Sho ,$2,273,000 ,3yo ,10f Turf
Santa Anita: Kona Gold Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up ,6.5f Dirt
Santa Anita: Tokyo City Cup ,$100,000 ,4&up ,12f Dirt
Keeneland: Bewitch Stakes ,$150,000 ,4&up f/m ,12f Turf