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I’m all in today on Vyjack in the Del Mar Mile (race 8). Surely, he needed his last start after being away eight months, and with a strong pace likely to develop, he’ll be in prime position under Flavien Prat once they turn for home. He’ll be my single ...Full Story >>
TODAY August 19, 2017
Saturday’s card at Del Mar is fantastic, featuring three graded stakes races, highlighted by the Grade 1 Pacific Classic. The Pacific Classic is headlined by the highest-rated horse in the world, Arrogate; Arrogate’s most recent start in the San Diego ...
YESTERDAY August 18, 2017
There is a carryover of $258,780 in the pick six at Del Mar on Saturday, a day with a mandatory payout. The pool of new money could surpass $1.3 million on a program with built-in interest. Arrogate, the world’s leading racehorse, will be favored in ...
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Saturday's card at Saratoga.
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Friday’s card at Saratoga.
There are tons of 2-year-old first-timers on the card, with one of them sticking out.
August 17, 2017
A challenging pick six sequence Thursday at Del Mar busted all players after five legs and resulted in a mere three having 5 of 6, and produced carryovers into Friday's card of $252,572 in the general pool and an additional $136,518 in the ...
A few classy runners in the opening legs of Saturday’s pick five at Saratoga give you the chance to find a linchpin or two there, allowing you to spread in the seemingly more contentious later legs.
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona provides his Highlight Horse for Thursday's card at Saratoga.
Arrogate, the world's best horse despite his mysterious non-effort in last month's San Diego Handicap, looks to rebound in Saturday's biggest race of the day, the Grade 1, $1 million Pacific Classic. The Pacific Classic, the high point of the Del Mar ...
August 16, 2017
The pick six proved inscrutable on Wednesday at Del Mar, with all tickets busted after five legs, leading to carryovers into Thursday's card of $60,539 in the regular pool and another $95,368 in the single-ticket jackpot.