Peter Thomas Fornatale

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Format: 2015-05-30
Fri May 29
2015
Peter Thomas Fornatale
Categories: Handicapping Columns, DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship
There's only one contest in the DRF universe on Sunday that you can buy into and it takes place on DRFQualify.com. Up to three seats will be awarded for the Sept. 19 Gulfstream Park contest. Entries to the Gulfstream contest cost $3,000, with $1,000 going to the prize pool and $2,000 acting as a live bankroll for Gulfstream's races that day, as well as on a selection of the best racing from around the country.
Thu May 28
2015
Peter Thomas Fornatale
Categories: Handicapping
There are two great opportunities for contest players on Saturday – a chance to qualify for the National Handicapping Championship on NHCQualify.com and a shot to win a $5,000 buy-in for the Santa Anita Gold Cup Betting Challenge on DRFQualify.com. Both contests Saturday will utilize the typical $2 win-place mythical-money format and will use the same sequence of 12 races.
Tue May 26
2015
Peter Thomas Fornatale
Categories: Handicapping Columns, DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship
Eric Moomey is known for his math skills and the tireless hours of database reserach he does. But the 2014 Tour champ doesn’t believe that success can be achieved with numbers alone. For Moomey, it all comes down to what goes on in the space between his ears.
Mon May 25
2015
Peter Thomas Fornatale
Categories: Opinion Columns, DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship
He's back, and he's not giving up his National Handicapping Championship Tour crown without a fight. Eric Moomey won the NHCQualify.com contest on Saturday, vaulting himself toward the top of the leaderboard. A full accounting of who is where on the leaderboard will be available later this week.
Fri May 22
2015
Peter Thomas Fornatale
Categories: Handicapping Columns, DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship
The two online Sunday contests in the Daily Racing Form universe have a lean, mean feel, with the whole 12-race sequence taking just over two hours. Both contests use the typical format in which picks can be put in until post time for each race and players must choose one horse on which to make a mythical $2 win-place bet. Entries are limited to two per player, and naturally, the highest scores win.