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March 20, 2015
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Sunday 3/22 card at Balmoral Park.
Available now, the Wizard sets his sights on this weekend’s best racing, with an eye toward the best betting opportunities. With his full-card selections and analysis, you’ll find a detailed look at the field and top picks for each race. With the ...
Download DRF Plus handicapping reports for Saturday's races, including DRF Daily GamePlan, the Positive ROI Report, and Key Race Report.
A good horse can come from anywhere, and have any kind of pedigree. But good horses occur far more rarely from unfashionable pedigrees than from those replete with the heavy black type of graded stakes winners. That is why the California Chromes of our ...
Diabolical’s career at stud thus far has been all about starting fast. Diabolical, a 12-year-old son of Artax, was New Mexico’s leading active sire by progeny earnings in 2014, propelled by a fleet of stakes-level 2-year-olds that made him the only ...
Songandaprayer arrived in Louisiana as the state’s leading general sire, and not much has changed since. The 17-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song ranks as the Bayou State’s top stallion for the third year in a row.
There are two stakes races at Santa Anita on Saturday, and if you think the two morning-line favorites are vulnerable, you may be able to make a score. I’ll look to play both of those races.
The Delaware Horse Racing Commission has reached a five-year deal with Truesdail Laboratory in California to perform the state’s drug testing, according to the executive director of the commission.
An unfortunate byproduct of so many tracks turning major stakes days into big event days loaded with stakes is that now, not every Saturday card can be a knockout. Even at top tracks. And that is the case Saturday at Gulfstream Park.
Los Alamitos and Santa Anita are trying to settle a conflict over which track will host racing on the last weekend of September.