TODAY February 23, 2018
Saturday's card is light on first-timers and quality, but we may have found a sneaky bet anyway.
Daily Racing Form writer Marty McGee analyzes Saturday's card at Gulfstream Park.
Grade 1 winner Dublin has been sold to Mohns Hill Farm in Reinholds, Pa., and will stand the 2018 breeding season for a private fee.
Jen Roytz has been named the new executive director of the Retired Racehorse Project.
He has called nearly 176,200 races in his career, but only 12 in the last month. And four of those were qualifiers broadcast on Facebook Live. For Roger Huston, aka ‘The Voice’, the shutdown of racing at the Meadows due to an equine herpes outbreak has ...
YESTERDAY February 22, 2018
Ertijaal has been all but unbeatable running straight-course 1000-meter turf races at Meydan Racecourse in Dubai, and he won another such start Thursday, beating Blue Point by a head in the Group 2, $175,000 Meydan Sp
A bunch of topics related to handicapping have been bouncing around in my head over the last few weeks. Hopefully at least one of them will help sharpen your prognosticating skills.
Blueridge Traveler will return to the stakes ranks Saturday night for the $100,000 Maxxam Gold Cup at Sam Houston. The horse was second in last year's Grade 3 Spiral in his lone stakes appearance and figures to go favored over a field of six that ...
The 2,000-meter rematch between Werther and Time Warp on Sunday at Sha Tin Racecourse in the Hong Kong Gold Cup holds interest in its own right. Adding intrigue is the appearance of Season's Bloom.
In today's era of tracks stacking their stakes to create big Saturdays, horseplayers have almost come to expect all-stakes pick fours on at least a biweekly basis. What they haven't come to expect is a 12 percent takeout on such a wager, well below the ...