All Handicapping

May 19, 2017
The pick-four sequence that ends with Saturday’s Preakness Stakes at Pimlico – it has a guaranteed pool of $2 million; it handled $2.29 million last year – is one you might have to get creative in early if you feel the way I do about the big event.
Saturday's cards are very strange, as you will see.
Nyquist, who had won the Kentucky Derby two weeks earlier, came blazing out of the gate in the 2016 Preakness. Going head-and-head with longshot Uncle Lino, Nyquist blasted his first quarter-mile in 22.38 seconds. And with that, it already was fairly ...
Peck: Pimlico pick four play for Friday, May 19
May 18, 2017
The carryover in the single-ticket jackpot pool of the $2 pick six has grown to $147,821 for Friday’s program at Santa Anita.
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona provides his Highlight Horse for Thursday's card at Belmont Park.
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona provides his analysis for the 2017 Preakness.
The TimeformUS Pace Projector attempts to predict how a race will unfold early. It displays the horses ranked by the TimeformUS Early Speed Rating – fastest in the front, slowest in the rear.
May 17, 2017
Despite giving his connections and supporters some anxious moments during training hours in the days leading up to the big event, ALWAYS DREAMING showed up cool and calm in the paddock, then validated the notion that he is the best of his division at ...
As Always Dreaming makes his way to Pimlico to take his shot at the second jewel in racing's Triple Crown, it is worth looking back to where he started in order to try to predict what we may get from him Saturday.